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|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
Contemporary elegance in this stylish one-bedroom apartment, for two people, in the Jordaan area of Amsterdam.
If you are looking for a stylish, modern accommodation then this may be the apartment for you. The neutral colour scheme and simple, modern furniture throughout gives the whole apartment a contemporary yet comfortable feeling. The living room is furnished with two sofas, a coffee table, a soft rug and has a flat screen television with cable and DVD player. The open plan, white gloss kitchen and dining area is modern and finished to a high standard, with an oven, hob, microwave, fridge and a dishwasher. There is a white dining table with four chairs. The bedroom, with a double bed, is simple yet elegant, decorated in neutral tones. The bathroom features a shower and washbasin. If you are looking for the style and elegance of a hotel, but with the convenience of your own apartment, then this is the ideal solution.
The apartment is not suitable for children below the age of 3.
Located in the heart of the trendy Jordaan district, with its eclectic collection of boutiques, cafés and restaurants, this apartment is a perfect base from which to explore the city (and its nightlife).
The “Negen straatjes” (9 streets), home to many of Amsterdam’s exciting smaller boutiques, are just a short walk away. The Palace on Dam Square, the hectic Kalverstraat shopping street and the calm of the Vondel park are also within easy reach, either on foot, by bike or tram. Visit the tempting Lindengracht food market on a Saturday morning, or the farmers' market on the Noordermarkt. A fifteen minute stroll away (or 5 minute tram ride) is the Museumplein, home to the Van Gogh Museum, the newly reopened Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art and the Rijksmuseum with its collection of world renowned masterworks. Something for every taste!
For those of you who want to venture a little further afield, hop on one of the many trams to take you across Amsterdam. The main train station, Central Station, is also just a stone’s throw away.