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Elegant and spacious, this homey 2-bedroom apartment offers up to 4 guests a restful and memorable stay in Amsterdam’s bohemian Jordaan district.
You will find 70 square metres of glorious space in the apartment. The unique living room, underscored by wide-beam hardwood floors and vaulted ceilings, gives off more than its share of old-world European character. The accommodating seating area is well lit and spacious, and minimal walls open the floor plan to maximize living space. Farther back is a formal dining area with four stylish chairs, and along one wall is an efficient but fully supplied kitchen. You’ll find a stove, oven, refrigerator and much more to make cooking and cleaning a breeze. Both bedrooms are bright by day and quietly secluded by night, and each holds two single beds that can easily be combined if desired. The bathroom is not to be outdone, with a large bathtub as well as a glass-door shower. Everyone will find plenty of space to spread out and relax, and you won’t find any creature comforts lacking in this wonderfully accommodating Jordaan apartment.
Please note that the bathroom is located at the second floor of the apartment and is to be reached by the stairs inside the apartment.
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Amsterdam’s Jordaan district, just west of the city center, is characterized by a laid-back, bohemian vibe that visitors and locals almost always find appealing. Without the hustle and bustle of the city center, you’ll still find plenty of unique cafes, bars, restaurants and boutiques lining the shady canal streets of Jordaan.
Located adjacent to Noordermarkt, this apartment offers you easy access to Amsterdam’s legendary canal belt system, as well as sightseeing and transporation. Start with the Noordermarkt itself, which hosts various themed flea and farmers’ markets where you can find bargains on everything from watches to onions. Guarding the bustling square is the Noorderkerk, a 17th-century protestant temple that hosted illicit public meetings during World War II.
In front of Noordermarkt, you’ll find the picturesque Prinsengracht Canal, the city’s outermost and longest member of the UNESCO-listed canal belt system. Take a stroll along its tree-lined banks to experience the city in a way that is only possible in Amsterdam.
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