|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
|Single sofa beds:||-|
|Double sofa beds:||-|
|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
Accommodating up to 2 guests, the stylish one bedroom Congress Centre Apartment B2 provides an ideal base in the south of Amsterdam.
Occupying the first floor of an impressive building, this apartment is the perfect starting point from which your exploration of the city can begin. Beaming with an abundance of natural light, the apartment exudes a calming atmosphere, one in which you can relax together in comfort. The living area, furnished with a comfy sofa, coffee table, flatscreen television and office area, effortlessly blends with the open plan kitchen. Here you will find everything you will need to prepare a home cooked meal for you and your companion, which can be enjoyed at the attractive dining table.
Framed by a large window, the welcoming bedroom oozes a peaceful ambiance, allowing you to appreciate a good night’s rest following a busy day. Consisting of a cosy double bed and beside cabinets, the bedroom also offers a spacious wardrobe where you can store away your personal belongings. The modern, refreshing bathroom, fitted with a toilet, a sink and a shower cubicle, completes this stylish accommodation.
Ideally situated in the south of Amsterdam, this apartment is conveniently located within easy reach of a number of shops, cafes and restaurants. A short walk will lead you to the remarkable Amstel River, which majestically flows directly into the heart of the vibrant city centre. Throughout the year, the river hosts an array of events and parades, including the famous rowing races - Head of the River Amstel and Heineken Roeivierkamp, which attract thousands of spectators. Across the River Amstel, you will find the huge skyscraper known as the Rembrandt Tower. Standing at almost 150 metres tall, the tower which was built in the early 1990s is home to 35 floors of office space.
To the north of the apartment is the cosmopolitan De Pijp district, which boasts a wide selection of international cuisine amongst its many bars and restaurants. De Pijp is also where you can locate one of Amsterdam’s busiest markets, the Albert Cuyp Market. Dating back to the early 1900s, and renowned for its 300 bustling stalls, the market sells everything from food to clothing and is often the place to find a bargain. The well-known sights of the city centre, such as Dam Square and the Red Light District, are easily accessible by taking either a tram or a bus from the nearby Amsteldijk station.