Vacation Rental Description
Well-designed two level apartment in an authentic Amsterdam house in a lively street in the city centre.
Cheery and modern, the Flower Market Suite two bedroom apartment is set at the top floor of a historic building. Authentic gabled ceilings, wooden floors and big windows are reminiscent of the past, yet the modern unfussy interior design fuses wonderfully creating a charming and practical urban space.This spacious duplex boasts a stylish living room fitted out with a comfortable sofa bed, armchair, coffee table, a lot of natural light coming in through the large windows and for your leisure time there is a flat screen television, DVD and Wi-Fi Internet service. The dining table is next to the fully equipped milky white kitchen: refrigerator, stove, oven, microwave, toaster coffee machine, kettle and cupboards filled with utensils; plus a most convenient dishwasher.On the second floor you will find the bedrooms, serene white and very cosy. One of them has a double bed while the other has two single ones. The bathroom, minty fresh is all about relax and recharge – wonderful bathtub!The Flower Market Suite is a lovely home in a privileged location and it can house up to six guests.Important information:There are steep stairs to the apartment, therefore it is less suitable for small children, the elderly, or disabled people.During the weekend days slight disturbance may occur due to restaurants, bars and nightlife located in this vibrant street.
Services and Facilities
WIFI internet.Fair-trade Max Havelaar CottonThe bath linen we use is made of Fair-trade cotton. Fair-trade cotton is cotton that is produced durable without any insecticides in developing countries. By paying an honest price to local farmers the environment of those who are directly involved is improved step by step.We always keep looking for new ways to contribute to a better environment.
The apartment is located in the centre of Amsterdam, right at the Canal Belt, a UNESCO World Heritage. Probably the image most associated with the city of Amsterdam is that of elegant gabled mansions richly decorated and beautifully laid out, facing water canals lined with trees. The crescent-shaped rings of man made waterways, Singel, Herengracht, Keizersgracht, and Prinsengracht, called the Grachtengordel in Dutch, were built around the old heart of town during the 17th century's Dutch Golden Age.
The Flower Market Suite at Reguliersdwarsstraat has excellent restaurants and lively bars nearby which attracts a mixed bunch of both hip straights and gays. It is close to the the only floating flower market in the world so it's one of the sweetest smelling places of Amsterdam. The flower stalls stand on houseboats and whatever your favourite flower, you are bound to find it here.
Rembrandtplein is also around the corner as well as the famous Art Deco Tuschinski theatre. It is easy to find many means of public transport, specially trams, there are also buses and taxis, but then again, you are in a privilege position to access the endless display of hot spots around town. Art museums, theatre and architecture are all part of the Amsterdam scene and simply walking through the colourful neighbourhoods offers an exceptional cultural experience.