|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
|Single sofa beds:||-|
|Double sofa beds:||-|
|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
Accommodating up to 6 guests, the charming one bedroom Congress Centre Apartment A5 offers an ideal base in the south of Amsterdam.
Oozing a sense of style and sophistication, this delightful apartment provides the perfect place in which to relax and unwind following a day filled with visiting the city’s iconic sights and attractions. The living area, comprising of a modern sofa, coffee table and flatscreen television, is bright and airy and also features an office/desk area. Beautiful wooden flooring leads you into the kitchen area where you will find everything you need to create a home cooked meal for you and your companion. An attractive dining table is also at your disposal, providing the model setting for your evening meals.
Enhanced by the large window which allows plenty of natural light to filter in, the bedroom is spacious and calming. Furnished with an inviting double bed and bedside cabinets, together with a large wardrobe in which to store your personal belongings, the bedroom allows you to appreciate a good night’s rest in peace and comfort. Completing this charming accommodation is the apartment’s contemporary bathroom, which consists of a toilet, sink and shower cubicle.
Conveniently situated just a short walk from the magnificent River Amstel, this apartment is ideally located within easy reach of an array of cafes, shops and restaurants. The famous sights of the city centre are all easily accessible by taking either a tram or a bus from the nearby Amseldijck stop. From here you can also make the 10 minute tram journey to Amsterdam’s renowned RAI Exhibition and Congress Centre. Boasting 22 conference rooms, 11 halls and a musical theatre, the centre attracts almost 2 million visitors every year from all over the world. The RAI also hosts fascinating trade shows and was home to the 1970 Eurovision Song Contest.
The apartment lies on the southern edge of the fashionable De Pijp district, an area brimming with culture and variety. Almost 150 different nationalities inhibit this cosmopolitan neighbourhood making it the ideal place to sample a mouth-watering collection of world-wide delicacies on offer at the variety of restaurants and bars. Amsterdam’s busiest and most popular market, the Albert Cuyp Market can also be found to the north of the district. Here you will find everything from food produce to clothing and cosmetics amongst the bustling 300 stalls, which date back to the early 1900s.