Rozengracht Apartment I
The two bedroom Rozengracht Apartment 1 is stylish and modern apartment, located in the Jordaan district in the heart of Amsterdam and is suited for 6 persons.Rozengracht Apartment I
One step inside this apartment and you will be impressed. The living room is extremely bright due to the natural light streaming through large windows on both sides of this room.
You can sit on the comfortable sleeping sofa for two or on the armchair and watch some television on the flat screen or watch a thriller on the DVD player. Wireless internet is available so you can take along your laptop and go on internet to look up the opening times of the museums.
The fully equipped and open kitchen allows you to practice some home cooking to surprise the rest of the guests. Or have a smoke with a strong cup of coffee after the meal at the large dining table with 6 chairs.
The two bedrooms both have a double bed and the impressive bathroom has a sink, a toilet, a shower and a bathtub. Clean towels and bed linen are available.
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Rozengracht Apartment I Location
The apartment is located on the edge of the Jordaan neighborhood, a popular area containing many small streets, boutiques, galleries, restaurants and cafés. Within walking distance are the 9 streets, Dam square and the Anne Frank House. The 9 streets are fantastic for shopping, eating and drinking while the Anne Frank House will tell you the story about a young Jewish girl who hid from the Germans during the Second World War but who was eventually deported with her family. A tram stop is located just a few meters from the apartment, taking you to central station in a matter of minutes.
So take a walk to the Dam Square. This square in the heart of the historical city of Amsterdam offers you great entertainment in the form of historical buildings like the Royal Palace and the prestigious Krasnapolsky Hotel. The Royal Palace now belongs to the Dutch Royal family but was once the city hall of Amsterdam built in the 17th century. When the weather is nice many locals and tourists come here to taste the typical atmosphere of Amsterdam. You can watch the street performers, feed the pigeons or even walk to the memorial. Every year on the 4th of May the Dutch commemorate the people who lost their lives during the Second World War at this memorial.
Amsterdam has many museums from cultural museums like the Van Gogh museum to the Rijksmuseum with the Night Watch as Rembrandt’s masterpiece or popular museums like the Tattoo or the Sex or Erotic museum. This last museum is located on the Wallen in the Red Light district.
City area: City Centre