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Enjoy the modern décor of this Amsterdam holiday apartment which is suitable for six people and located across the road from the Tropen Museum and near Artis Zoo.
Proving a great self-catering option for those who wish to have a private short holiday in Amsterdam this apartment has a number of fab features that make it suitable for a family or groups of friends. Once inside you will be welcomed by a homely space with modern furnishings and a light décor. The big windows give it a great airy and fresh feel while the familiar modern amenities enable you to feel relaxed and at home. One of its best assets is the modern kitchen which is well equipped with a number of functions that enable you to prepare meals at any time of the day or night. Gather at the dining table and enjoy dining together. On hand is also your very own contemporary bathroom which includes a bathtub and shower. There are two bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other two singles. The added sofa bed enables a maximum of six people to holiday here during their short stay in Amsterdam. In addition, the third floor setting will provide great views of the street outside.
Extra Information: Because the apartment is situated on the 3rd floor and only reachable by fairly steep stairs, it is less suitable for elderly or handicapped people.
As soon as you step out of the apartment building you have one of Amsterdam’s biggest museums right across the road. Tropenmuseum is a popular anthropological museum so makes an interesting and educational outing for groups of all ages. This area is within East Amsterdam which is also home to a number of other great attractions which are only walking distance away from the apartment. For a stroll amongst the locals try the outdoor market Dappermarkt or the large greenery and ponds at Oosterpark. Locals and tourists alike also enjoy wandering through the grounds of Artis Zoo which is just over ten minutes away. For the big touristy areas you only need to hop on a tram and with two stations very close by you are never too far away; the famous Leidseplein and Dam Square are just over ten minutes away. You could opt for the local’s favourite mode of transport in the city and that’s by renting a two-wheeler and cycling your way through Amsterdam. The city is cycle friendly with designated cycle lanes.