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Anyone who values modern style, contemporary design, convenience, and good location is bound to be charmed by this amazing 2-bedroom Amsterdam holiday apartment for six.
Step inside and enjoy the vast amount of space, the ample dose of daylight shining through the large glass windows, and the stylish and soothing finish of the interiors to provide you with all the comfort you might need during your short stay in Amsterdam.
The daily area of this modern-day apartment is composed of three sections: the ‘lounge’ section furnished with a double sofa bed, a flatscreen TV, and a chic coffee table; the ‘dining’ section with a big dining table and a set of chairs; and the ‘kitchen’ section supplied with lots of useful cooking amenities. All three of them, in fact, merge smoothly on a common plane of beautiful wooden floors – a both practical and aesthetic solution, as you can see.
When the night comes, two separate bedrooms, enjoying a truly soothing finish, are there to provide you with a good-night sleep. One comes with a large double bed, and the other – with two single beds. There is also a fresh bathroom fitted with a double sink, a toilet, a shower cabin, and a bathtub – everything of top quality, of course.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a keen shopper, an avid sightseer, a fitness-geek, a history-nerd, or an ardent explorer of new places and cultures – Amsterdam has got it all, and the best thing is that you’ll be staying in a location which makes it very easy to take full advantage of the local commercial/cultural/[place the subject of your interest here] offer!
Indeed, the western dockland area is a great place to start and finish your explorations of Venice of the North. It’s a fantastic starting point because it is situated in close vicinity to the very heart of the city with all its major landmarks (Damrak, De Wallen, Oude Kerk, Dam Square, and many more), to the bohemian district of Jordaan studded with amazing coffee shops, bars, eateries, art galleries, variety markets, and most bizarre museums, to the glam shopping district of 9 Streets, and to the beautiful canal belt with many local highlights (Anne Frank House, Houseboat Museum, Tulip Museum). On the other hand, it is a splendid finishing point, as it is very peaceful and quiet by nature, so if you’re in search of a safe haven after a long day of sightseeing, you can’t ask for a better location.