Stunning one bedroom apartment for three, in the Canal Belt area in Amsterdam.
This amazing and luxurious apartment is on one of the main canals in the heart of the trendy nine street area, just around the corner from the Royal Palace, flower market and the Jordaan. The apartment is situated in an UNESCO World Hermitage monument from Anno 1735. The apartment is multi-level and is stylishly decorated, creating an oasis in the city. The living area, with
its high ceilings, parquet flooring and modern artwork, is beautifully decorated and furnished. There is a comfortable sofa, two designer chairs, coffee tables and thick rugs. Upstairs, on the open mezzanine level, is an area with desks, should you need to work. There is also a single sofa bed for the third guest. The huge kitchen, with
dining area, has a definite wow factor too. Stripped brick walls and modern
cabinets give an industrial glamour to the room. It is well equipped, with an
oven, hob, fridge, freezer and a dishwasher. The bedroom has
a large double bed as centre point, with accessories that add a touch of
eastern style to the room. The bathroom is a
treat in itself. Contemporary and stylish, and finished to a high standard, it
has a bath, double basins and separate shower. All in all, it will be
hard to find a more glamorous, luxurious apartment.
Just a quick word of
warning –this apartment has quite a few stairs, and is unsuitable for people
with mobility problems or young children (under 12).
This apartment is located on floor 0.
Located in the heart
of the trendy 9 street area, walking distance to the 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, the Red Light District 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
15-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.
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Jul 29 2014 - Aug 29 2016
0 night minimum stay
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (Euro) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.