|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Apartment which sleeps up to 6 people, and 'light and spacious and is located in Rembrandt Square, nearby bars, shops, restaurants and clubs, 200 meters from the flower market and a 10-minute walk from Dam Square.
The oak wood floorboards makes it even more welcoming and make you feel at home.
In the room the bed is large (200 cmx160 cm) and the mattress is in memory with aloe vera, c is a closet in a cassettire and 2 bedside tables and a television 37 "hd full with Ambilight mode.
The bathroom is spacious, anything at all uncommon to Amterdam, with large shower.
The kitchen is equipped with oven, microwave, kettle and toaster., Cookware services, padell, plates, cups, glasses and everything you need to cook
The living room is bright with 3 large windows, 2 double sofa beds (200cm x 150 cm).
The sofas are positioned in two areas divided from the entrance of the living room, not adjacent.
There is a wooden table for 6 people with 6 chairs and a TV 42 "Full HD TV with an HDMI cable with which you can connetter your pc.
Free internet and wifi and is superfast, 50 megabits
Rembrandt is the best spot if you want to be close to restaurants bars, shops, clubs.
A 10-minute walk you can find
- Dam Square and the Royal Palace
- The Heineken Brewery
- The mall the Bijenkorf
- Museum area (Van Gogh museum, Stedelijk museum and Rijksmuseum)
- The red light district
- The Anne Frank House
Rembrandt is very well served by public transport.
Tram 4:09 stop at the station, go to Dam Square and lead to Rembrandt, and vice versa.
16 and 24 stop near the flower market and lead to the Museum Square (Van Gogh museum, Stedelijk museum and Rijksmuseum)
Also the metro is nearby.
We stayed for three nights in Sara's apartment. The apartment is clean, spacious and very well kept. Stairs to the apt are a bit steep but that is the same in all of Amsterdam.
But what really sells this apt is its location. Smack in the middle of nightlife center of Amsterdam. In 100m radius there are more cafes, restaurants, clubs, pubs and coffeshops then can be counted. We walked everywhere from and to the apt. But word of caution, it can get loud during the night so I wouldn't recomend this apt to families with small children are very light sleepers. It wasn't an issue for us but some people could find it distracting.
Also when we stayed there were construction works in the building so check with Sara since they do work on workdays from early morning.
L'appartamento è situato in zona molto centrale, c'è tutto a portata di mano, dai musei agli intrattenimenti. Spazioso, ben arredato e con un ampio bagno ( cosa rara in questa città ) .Senza dubbio il miglior appartamento in cui sia stato ad Amsterdam. La padrona di casa è stata molto disponibile e ci ha fatto fare un check out tardivo senza maggiorazioni di prezzo. Consigliatissimo!
we spent three days in the house of Sarah ... The house is in the center of Amsterdam in the fantastic district of Rembrandt, I think that the area where the house is located is one of the best we have seen in my holiday, it is located on the second floor of a really nice building and as we were told the owner 'it is a historic building and Monumental .. it was very nice to have a home in a monument of Amsterdam;)
The house is for very spacious and well distributed Dutch standards, we have had experiences with other 3 apartments in the center of Amsterdam with very small and really uncomfortable living spaces, but here we had a great time. Even the kitchen is excellent and we used a lot.
In short, a fantastic experience in the center of Amsterdam, Sara was really friendly and arranged everything perfectly.
Recommended for everyone and will be back soon.
Rembrandt ("Rembrandt Square") is one of the most famous squares in Amsterdam, as well as one of the hubs of the day and night life of the Dutch capital with its restaurants, cafes and nightclubs. There are also, in addition to the cast iron statue of Rembrandt, some historic buildings, such as the one that houses the bank ABN AMRO, as well as those of famous cafes of the late nineteenth century], as the Café Schiller (1892) or the De Kroon (1898).
There is also the largest LCD screen in Europe.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Dec 30 2016 - Jan 2 2017
3 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add $53 per night, per additional guest|
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add $32 per night, per additional guest|
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Stay tax||5.0% per night. This amount will be due to the owner upon arrival.|