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|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
The Congress Centre Apartment B5 is a modern and comfortable one-bedroom Amsterdam apartment for up to two persons looking for convenient accommodation a bit further from the usual centre of the city.
Although quite compact in its size, the apartment can boast a high level of functionality and offered convenience, providing its guests with a sense of space and freedom. The stylish wooden floors, the delicate finish and smooth décor grant a truly pleasant living experience.
The bright living section is furnished with a comfortable sofa, a TV for additional entertainment during those chill-out stay-ins, a coffee table and a storage unit. There is also a capacious wall unit separating this section from the functional dining-kitchen area where you’ll find a huge range of amenities useful for some homelike cooking action and a dining table with a set of chairs.
The place comes with a separate atmospheric bedroom furnished with a double bed, a bedside table and a storage unit. Apart from that, there is also a separate modern bathroom complete with a toilet, sink and shower to make you feel well-served and enjoy your stay to the max.
With its exciting location in the area of Rivierenbuurt neighbouring the Transvaalbuurt in the east and De Pijp in the north-west, the apartment offers access to many fantastic local attractions. In addition to this, its location is well-served by the public transport which will help you get to the usual centre of Amsterdam in no time.
Surrounded by the picturesque riverbanks of the river of Amstel on the one side and some fine architecture right outside the door of your apartment, this charming area is truly one-of-a-kind; move westwards and discover lines of fantastic cafés, restaurants, shops and boutiques and continue along Rooseveltlaan to get to the amazing RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre providing you with an exceptional opportunity to see some unusual exhibits.
If you’re after some more laidback activity, then the nearby Beatrixpark is just for you. Rows of beautiful flowers, loads of fresh greenery and a tranquil mood make for a truly soothing atmosphere.
Still, if you desire to discover the more ‘busy’ side of Amsterdam you might as well go north and, passing by the fantastic De Pijp district, reach the lively Albert Cuyp Market with its rich selection of antiques, artistic items and fine local fresh products; it is the essence of shopping the Dutch way, just like many years ago.