Chic Amsterdam Apartment
Situated in a former bank building in the historic urban ensemble of the canal district, this Chic Apartment provides guests with a wonderful location in the heart of the magnificent UNESCO World heritage area of Amsterdam. Enjoy privacy, light and tranquility in one of the smartest cities in the world!
Designed by Christiaan Bernard Posthumus Meyjes in the 19th-century and renovated in the mid 90’s by the famous Dutch architect Dik Smeding, the apartment complex gives an immediate opulent feeling when entering the building, with a monumental entrance and impressive hallway that features a steal open lift, marble stair case and large skylights from the roof. Up the elevator or the staircase, guests will be welcome to this modern 870 sq. ft. (81 sq. m) property.
Incorporating the contemporary island kitchen that offers all imaginable built-in appliances, the living - dining room is a unique space, with oversized windows in this modern interior that fill the interior with natural light throughout the day. Here is where guests will enjoy to relax on the large sofa while being able to admire the canal and other beautiful Amsterdam buildings!
The Apartment can comfortably accommodate up to 4 guests, as it has 2 bedrooms featuring a king-sized bed and a full-sized bed. The one-storey Chic Apartment also features a spacious bathroom and can accommodate up to 4 guests. For more comfort, there is also a separate room with washing machine and dryer.
The building also houses many prime facilities, including a concierge service, an indoor covered and heated swimming pool, multiple terraces, sauna and solarium, as well as private storages. Besides, the building is professionally secured and a caretaker is available for day-to-day maintenance.
Conveniently located in the Jordaan neighborhood, your Chic Apartment is a stone throw away from the Dam Square, the Royal Palace and the 15th-century Nieuwe Kerk. Once the central marketplace of Amsterdam, Dam Square is nowadays the beating heart of the city, with both the Royal Palace and the Nieuwe Kerk surrounding the National Monument, which commemorates the victims of the Second World War.
Described by The New York Times as ‘a charming mixture of designer boutiques, art galleries, vintage clothing stores, gift shops and places to eat and drink’, the very picturesque Nine Streets offer guests idyllic views of the city’s Golden Age architecture and Canal Belt. Guests wishing to discover the ‘Amsterdam-cut’ will make their way to the Gassan Diamonds factory ; situated in a beautifully restored building dating back to the 19th century, you will be able to view the diamond polishers at their craft and will be explained how to turn rough diamonds into dazzling brilliants!
While strolling around the city centre by walk or by bike, guests will have the unique opportunity to step into the house where Anne Frank spent two years and where her diary was found. Guests will be humbled as they pass through a door concealed by a bookcase and the decor has been preserved just as it was in 1944, including the photos that Anne had pinned to the wall of her room. The tickets entrance and time slot must be booked in advance.
Located in the oldest area of the city, the Amsterdam Red Light District is a lively area filled with many interesting attractions ; guests will be able to take part in an interactive tour and will be transported to the past of the city at the Amsterdam dungeon, and to enjoy the wax figurines at The Madam Tussauds. In a direct proximity of the Waterlooplein market square, which is named after the Battle of Waterloo, guests will head to the Rembrandt House Museum, where the famous Dutch painter lived in the 17th century.
Condo with 1 level
2 bedrooms, 1 bath, 870 square feet, 81 square meters
King and Full
4 guests maximum
25 min by car
The canal and other beautiful Amsterdam buildings
No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
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100 euros for meet-and-greet upon check-in
Activities of Interest
- Cycling plays a vital role in the lives of the Dutch. Bicycles are a fun way to get around the city. There are plenty of places to hire them such as MacBike and Rent-A-Bike
- Canal cruises - See Amsterdam as its most picturesque.
Places of Interest
- Amsterdam Canal district- UNESCO world heritage
- World-class art museums – among them the Rijksmuseum, the Stedelijk museum of modern art and the Van Gogh Museum
- The famous Flower Market - the place to buy tulips is the Bloemenmarkt, along the Singel. Just outside the city, there's the Zaanse Schans museum, if you want to learn the history and symbolism of the clog and other traditional crafts.
- Contemplate the tragic history of the Jewish community with a visit to the home of the diarist, Anne Frank