Charming Family apartment Amsterdam

Oosterpark, Amsterdam, 3-bedrooms




Size130 m2

Guestsmax 4

Apartment specifications


Bedrooms: 3
Single beds: 4
Double beds (1 duvet): 1
Single sofa beds: -
Double sofa beds: -


Floor: 1
Elevator: No
Stairs in apartment: Yes
Smoking allowed: No
Pets friendly: No
Bed linen/Towels provided: Yes
Parking public


Internet wifi
TV flatscreen
Sound dvd


Shower 2
Iron Yes
Hairdryer Yes


Dishwasher Yes
Oven Yes
Microwave Yes
Grill Yes
Hob Yes
Fridge Yes
Freezer Yes
Washing Yes
Dryer Yes
Toaster Yes
Kettle Yes
Coffee Yes

Charming Family apartment Amsterdam

Ideally located just a short walk away from the city’s scenic Oosterpark, this apartment provides the perfect starting point from which your journey can begin. Effortlessly blending authentic features with modern day furnishings, the apartment ensures that your stay will be both comfortable and memorable.The living room, which consists of a traditional sofa, matching armchairs, two coffee tables and a flatscreen television with DVD player, also boasts a decorative fireplace, which adds to the apartment’s character and charm. The elegantly designed kitchen is fully equipped with all the necessary appliances needed in order to prepare a home cooked meal, which can be enjoyed together with your companions at the traditional dining table.An eye-catching staircase leads you to the apartment’s upper level, which is where you will find the warm and welcoming bedrooms. It is here that you can rest and appreciate a good night’s sleep following a busy day. Completing this delightful accommodation are the two fresh and modern bathrooms, which are both fitted with a toilet, washbasin and shower enclosure.


Conveniently situated within the calm and peaceful east of Amsterdam, within an area which offers a relaxing alternative to the hustle and bustle of the energetic city centre, this apartment is positioned just a short walk away from the stunning Oosterpark. Providing the perfect setting for a peaceful picnic, the Oosterpark was designed by Dutch landscape architect Leonard Anthony Springer and opened to the public in 1891. Within the park are the eye-catching structures - the National Slavery Monument and a memorial to the film maker Theo van Gogh.Alongside the Oosterpark is the fascinating Tropenmuseum, which is one of Europe’s leading ethnographic museums and is an attraction certainly not to be missed. Housed within a striking, historical building, the Tropenmuseum boasts a unique exhibition of art, film and music from non-western cultures. Also close by, are Amsterdam’s remarkable Botanical Gardens (Hortus Botanicus) which are definitely worthy of a visit. Originally created in 1638 and used to supply herbal remedies to local pharmacists, the gardens are amongst the oldest in the world and showcase a superb collection of over 6000 species of plants.

Terms & Conditions

Cancellation Policy Terms and conditions
Damage deposit € 200
Check-in after 14:00
Check-out before 11:00

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