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In case you were looking for a convenient and well-located Amsterdam holiday apartment for 4, this charming place is what you’re most likely after.
The new residential development where this place is located in faces the waterside of the local docks, and this apartment is found on the ‘dock level’, which means that you can open the large glass door and step outside right onto the dock passageway. A modern take on the Dutch way of living on the water.
The apartment is just exciting inside as it is on the outside. The roomy, elegantly finished, and well-lit interiors come with a range of convenient solutions and elements of furnishing, offering you a big double sleeping sofa, a flatscreen TV, and a stylish coffee table, as well as a dining section featuring a large table and a set of chairs, and a modern open-plan kitchen right next to it. All these amenities make up the ‘daily’ part of the apartment, but that’s, of course, just a part of the whole.
Inside this chic place you’ll also find two separate bedrooms. The larger one comes with a big double bed, and the smaller one offers two single beds. Yet, both share a similar tranquil finish, which is bound to grant you a good-night sleep. The apartment is, naturally, complete with a fresh bathroom fitted with a double sink, toilet, bathtub, and a shower cabin to provide you with the highest level of comfort.
Not many locations in Amsterdam offer such a wide range of sightseeing opportunities as the western dockland area. This is because this neighborhood is located very close to the strict city centre, to the western post-industrial part of the city, to the picturesque bohemian district of the Jordaan, and to the scenic canal belt at the same time!
If you take a short walk to the south-east, you’ll get to the area of Amsterdam Centraal in no time! This is a very convenient starting point for further explorations, as whichever direction you go, there will always be something to attract your attention. This is also where you can admire many of the most important local landmarks, including Oude Kerk, Dam Square, Nieuwmarkt, Damrak, Begijnhof, and many other interesting historical spots mixed with a number of great cafés, bars, restaurants, variously-themed museums, and shops with most diverse items on offer.
It’s also a good idea to get across the IJ to visit the splendid EYE Film Institute focusing on all film-related. But if don’t feel like ferry-sailing, you can always wander through the colorful maze of streets and alleys of the canal belt, where you can come across places like the Houseboat Museum, the Tulip Museum, and Anne Frank House.