Vacation Rental Description
The Dam Square two bedroom apartment has a fantastic location. Right on the centre of it all, this cosy hotspot offers a relaxed ambiance with all the comforts and conveniences of your own home.
1 offers a relaxed ambiance with all the comforts and conveniences of your own home with great views over the Dam Square. This two bedroom apartment has been decorated in a contemporary unfussy style. The living room is surrounded by tall windows and fitted out with a comfortable sofa, two armchairs and a birch coloured working station, plus a flat screen television and Wi-Fi Service. The delightful dining room, furnished with a long table for six, is ideal for entertaining. The open plan kitchen is fully equipped with everything you'll need to prepare social or intimate dinners: fridge, stove, oven, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, kettle and cabinets filled with utensils; plus a dishwasher and a washing machine. Downstairs are the bedrooms. One features a double bed and a large wardrobe. The other is fitted with a single bed. In addition the living room sofa transforms into a double sofa bed. The bathroom is white tiled fresh and spacious, comprising a shower and a most relaxing bathtub. For everyone's convenience there is another toilet on the second floor. This cosy hotspot can house five person and is on the second floor.
Services and Facilities
Bedlinen and towels provided.Wireless InternetFair-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 Dam Square Apartments are next to the very famous Dam Square. Its
name derives from its original function: a dam on the Amstel River,
hence also the name of the city. Built in approximately 1270, the dam
was the first connection between the settlements on both sides of the
river. The Damrak, or the former mouth of the Amstel River, was
partially filled and since then the Dam Square has been surrounded by
land on all sides.
Besides the Gothic beauty that stands next to the Koninklijk Paleis, the
15th-century Nieuwe Kerk, which now functions as an exhibition space,
you will find food stalls, restaurants and shops, including the trendy
Bijenkorf, the Magna Plaza, the Bonneterie and the Amsterdam Diamond
centre. But without a doubt the Koninklijk Paleis (Royal Palace) is the
jewel of the crown.
The little streets that cross these canals are fantastic for shopping,
having great lunches and enjoying the typically Amsterdam cafés and what
else is there to say about the many bars and clubs in the city
centre..! The Anne Frank house is only a fifteen minutes walk and the
lovely Jordaan area is reachable within a five minutes walk. So is the
famous Red Light District and it is just a ten minutes walk to the
It's very easy to find means of public transport, specially trams. 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.