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This elegant, modern 2-bedroom apartment is a great bargain for up to 6 guests. Located in the vibrant de Pijp neighborhood, you’ll be surrounded by exotic food and entertainment, and you’ll be just minutes from the center of Amsterdam by public transportation.
With all the amenities of central Amsterdam, minus the noise and commotion, this diverse neighborhood is the perfect setting for your next apartment rental. You’ll feel at home from the minute you walk through the door, into the atmospheric living room with vaulted ceilings and plenty of comfortable seating furniture. The nearby kitchen is equipped with a hob, dishwasher and refrigerator to make cooking and cleaning a breeze, and an attached six-person dining table is perfect for a family dinner or a late-night conversation. Two separate bedrooms provide cozy and quiet accommodation for four guests: the first contains two single beds, and the second contains a large double bed. The living room sofa converts into a double bed for two additional guests, so no one will need to compete for a comfortable place to sleep. The modern bathroom is well equipped and lacks nothing in hygienic amenities, and you’ll be impressed by thoughtful details like hardwood floors, a flatscreen TV and dramatic skylights.
Please note: this apartment is on the fourth floor and there is no elevator on the premises.
The eclectic neighborhood of De Pijp has historically been home to a diverse mix of immigrants, students and working-class citizens. Today, its exotic cultural mishmash, exciting cuisine and friendly nightlife spots have spawned an influx of young professionals as well as established Amsterdamers to join the ranks. Though rent is rising, the neighborhood has not lost its soul or spark, and continues to thrive as of the city’s unique gems.
Located in the more recently (and thoughtfully) constructed section of de Pijp, this apartment is the perfect starting point for exploration. Just a few streets to the east, you’ll find the picturesque Amstel Canal, as popular for sightseeing as it is for freight transportation in and out of the city. To the northwest, you’ll find the deceptively compact Sarphatipark, a contemplative mix of fountains, meadows and ponds. Above Sarphatipark is the older section of de Pijp, which is home to two of Amsterdam’s major attractions: Albert Cuypmarkt and the Heineken Experience Museum. Albert Cuypmarkt is the city’s largest open-air market, with hundreds of stalls hawking a diverse array of goods lining the street every day, and a daily visitorship of 20,000. The Heineken Experience Museum is housed in a non-descript brick building that was once the company’s principal brewery. Today the hops ferment elsewhere, but you can still learn about the history of Heineken and the science of brewing from those who know it best.
If you feel like visiting the city center, simply hop on a tram on Van Woustraat, just minutes from your door, and you’ll arrive in the old town in minutes.
I found the larger accommodations of an apartment for a family much more enjoyable and convenient than a hotel.Ginger - Date: 07-07-2016
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