Vintage Wine Apartment
The Vintage Wine Apartment is an elegant one bedroom Amsterdam apartment located close to Central Station with space to accommodate four people.Vintage Wine Apartment
This apartment is located inside an historic Amsterdam building that has been elegantly refurbished to create unique, memorable accommodation. The living space features floor to ceiling windows that span the width of the room allowing in plenty of natural light and is furnished with a huge L-shaped sofa bed, a coffee table and a flat screen television. The living space also features a French balcony from where you can enjoy the view of city life below. The kitchen is modern with a breakfast bar and stools and is fully equipped with everything needed to prepare meals in the apartment. The charming bedroom is bright and furnished with a double bed and mirrored wardrobe. The bathroom is modern and comes with a shower and sink while the toilet is separate.
Located close to Central Station, this stylish apartment is ideal for business and leisure travellers after modern Amsterdam accommodation in the city centre.
Please note that this apartment attracts an additional cleaning fee of 25.00 euros, a late check in-fee after 20:00 25.00 euros and a damage deposit of 150.00 euros.
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Vintage Wine Apartment Location
The apartment is located close to Central Station right in the centre of Amsterdam. The apartment is within walking distance of Dam Square, where the Amstel River was dammed during the 13th Century and where the city gets its name. Today the Dam is a popular meeting spot and home to such attractions as the Madame Tussauds wax museum, the New Church, the National Monument and the impressive Royal Palace. Dam Square and the surrounding area is also home to department stores such as De Bijenkorf, restaurants, cafes, bars and specialist shops. Not far from Dam Square is China Town filled with international restaurants, New Market with its flea market and the stunning 15th century building De Waag, and the infamous Red Light District. The World Heritage Central Canal Belt is on the opposite side of the square and is an absolute must visit when in the city. The canal belt of Amsterdam is truly unique and after just a few minutes you will understand why it is World Heritage Listed with the stunning canal houses, narrow bridges and unique shops and restaurants. The majority of the city’s sights are on your doorstep but for those places a little further away, the apartment is wells serviced by public transport.
City area: City Centre