Du Jardin Dreams
Cosy yet spacious, a charming and elegant apartment sleeping up to eight guests for a short stay in the De Pijp area of Amsterdam.Du Jardin Dreams
The spacious feel of this apartment has a lot to do with the fact that it's laid out over two floors. On the ground floor, there's a modern kitchen, which has been fully kitted out with everything you need for preparing meals, whether it's a quick snack or a more formal evening meal. There's a large wooden dining table with seating for eight, where you can enjoy meals together. The table overlooks a small balcony, perfect for letting fresh air and light in. Glass doors lead to the living room, which is tastefully decorated with two comfy sofas that convert into beds. It's also a great place to relax with a book or in front of a movie after a long day exploring the city. There are two bedrooms in the apartment, both downstairs. The first bedroom has two single beds, while the second features a double, giving you maximum flexibility. Both bedrooms are comfortable and elegantly decorated with bedside tables and lamps for added cosiness. The contemporary bathroom is also on this level and features a toilet, sink and shower, as well as a bathtub for a relaxing soak.
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The location of this apartment is ideal for business travellers, or those who want to experience all that Amsterdam has to offer, from the comfort of a quieter retreat. If your trip to Amsterdam involves an event at the famous RAI Congress Centre, it's just a ten minute walk from here. The apartment is situated on a quiet street, meaning you'll enjoy peaceful sleeps and relaxing evenings. Just a short stroll away, however, you'll find a variety of cafes, bars and restaurants. This popular area is teeming with great and unusual shops and boutiques, and no trip De Pijp would be complete without a visit to the Albert Cuypmarket, home to over 100 stores. In addition to this street, Ferdinand Bolstraat is lined with eclectic restaurants from Syrian to Surinamese. The attractions of the city centre, such as the Van Gogh and Rijksmuseums, and the Heineken Brewery, are just a short tram ride away.
City area: De Pijp