The apartment is situated in Amsterdam North, perfect for visitors seeking an escape from the crowds of the city centre. Located north of the IJ River, the neighbourhood is mainly residential, although there are several attractions certainly worth a visit. One such setting is the vast NDSM Wharf, the former home of the hugely successful Netherlands' Dock and Shipbuilding Company. Left abandoned for decades, the area became a hotbed for cultural activity and currently houses several monuments and artworks.
This charming apartment is situated in a picturesque residential area with buildings dating from early in the 20th century and is perfect for a family or two couples travelling together. The space features floor to ceiling windows that allow in plenty of natural light. The living room is stylishly decorated and features a sofa, an armchair, a coffee table and a flatscreen television. There is a separate dining area complete with a dining table with seating for all guests. The kitchen is small but fully equipped with everything needed to prepare meals in the apartment, including an oven, hob, a microwave, a grill, a fridge, a freezer, a dishwasher, a toaster and a coffee machine.
Both bedrooms are styled in a similar fashion as the rest of the apartment. One bedroom is furnished with a double bed and the other bedroom with a pull-out bed that also a creates a double bed.The neighbourhood is a mixture of residential and industrial, home to old warehouses hosting a variety of business, shops and cafes. The IJ River separates North Amsterdam from the rest of the city and while the Metro or trams do not service the area, it is possible to get into the centre of the city using either bus or ferry. The ferry is free and provides a great view out over the city. Central station is on the other side of the water from the apartment and once here it is possible to get to anywhere in the city with ease. This apartment is located just a short distance from Dam Square in the heart of Old Amsterdam. The square is the centre of Amsterdam and where the city takes its name, it was here the Amstel was dammed several hundred years ago. Today Dam Square is a popular meeting place for tourists and locals and is lively the year through with street performers, festivals, carnivals and other events. Dam square is also home to the stunning Royal Palace, one of the most majestic buildings in the city and well worth visiting. Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, The New Church and De Bijenkorf Department store can also be found in the square. Just a short stroll away is the Central Canal Belt, a UNESCO World Heritage protected site. It is easy to see why this part of Amsterdam is a World Heritage Site, with stunning canals and canal houses constructed during the Dutch Golden Age. It is possible to see how wealthy Dutch merchants of the time lived via the Museum Van Loon. China town is home to a vast array of restaurants with food from across the globe and the nearby Red Light District needs no introduction.
|Check-in:||From 14:00 Check-out: Until 11:00|
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|Internet:||Wi-Fi Internet free of charge in all rooms and general areas (lobby/reception etc.)|
Free parking is available at the hotel.
|Pet policy:||Pets are not allowed.|
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