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The White Room Apartment is a stylish and elegant studio apartment for two, located in the very centre of Amsterdam.
What better way to stay somewhere than to feel there like at home? The White Room apartment provides you with exactly that – it offers a homelike atmosphere, retaining a cosy yet modern feel overall. The interior is toned-down, creating a sense of tranquility. The living space is furnished with a sofa, a coffee table and a TV-DVD home entertainment set and it blends smoothly with the bedroom section – separated by curtains – which features a comfortable double bed and a storage closet. On the opposite side of the apartment is a fresh and bright kitchenette area which is furnished with all the amenities you might need for cooking in your own style and taste. There is also a modern bathroom that comes with a bathtub, shower, sink and toilet. The whole place is flexible in that it can be ‘partitioned’ using curtains, providing privacy whenever and however you want it.
The White Room Apartment is a perfect solution for couples or business travelers looking for stylish and functional accommodation in the heart of Amsterdam.
The area literally brims with excitement. Although it is of historical significance, it also provides a great choice of modern kinds of entertainment. If you’re into nightlife and enjoy socializing in pubs, cafés, coffee shops or restaurants, then this is the place for you. The plenty of eating places, like the Song Kwae or the Blauw aan de Wal offer some exotic as well as traditional treats and the further you go, the more interesting places like these you may find!
You’ll surely notice that the well-known Red Light District is just around the corner and although it is famous for one thing, the nightlife going on out there is something truly unique. On the other hand, if you’re into more leisurely-styled stay, then you’re in the right place as well – the vicinity of the Nieuwmarkt area should be especially appealing. The place is full of diverse market stalls, not to mention the many amazing historical buildings, like de Waag – now a great restaurant and a home of multidisciplinary institute.
Should you want to go even further, the well-planned communication network is there for you; the plenty of bus and tram stops, as well as metro line just beneath your feet should help you get anywhere in no time.