How many times did you dream of staying in one of Amsterdam’s canal houses and to be accommodated in some stylish boutique rooms in downtown historic Amsterdam? This 3 stars facility is everything you dreamed of and then some, as the rooms are comfortable and very beautifully designed, fitting all tastes in matters of style and comfort. You can choose between the small doubles or the medium / twin doubles and enjoy all the present facilities: the opportunity of making tea or coffee just the way you want them, free Wi-Fi in all types of rooms, a private bathroom with all necessary toiletries, a flat screen LCD TV, iPod docking stations and a well provided mini – bar.
But one of the most important features of these stylish boutique rooms in downtown historic Amsterdam is that they are located at a ten minutes’ walk from the capital’s main touristic and cultural objectives, not to mention that the staying itself in this facility will represent a once in a life time experience, as the décor is pretty nonconformist, in a true Dutch style, while the staff is more than friendly and welcoming.
The local area
A short walk on foot will take you the Dam Square, one of Amsterdam’s main attractions, as it contains almost all outstanding monuments of the city and the most visited objectives in the whole country: the Royal Palace, Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum, the National Monument are just a few attractions you can find in plain sight in Dam Square.
Not far from your boutique room, you will also find Anne Frank’s House, a monument no visitor of the Netherland’s capital skips in their travels. The museum attracts millions of people every year, as besides honoring the memory of diarist Anne Frank, the museum also holds permanent exhibitions highlighting all types and shapes of discrimination and persecution.
Jordaan District is also in the nearby area of your boutique room and if you didn’t know, this is one of the most beautiful, upscale and interesting places in Amsterdam, as it contains modern art galleries, some expensive shops, a plenitude of stores, cafes and restaurants but also some exhibits of traditional Dutch architecture that amaze the eyesight of every visitor. You can shop for souvenirs, taste some specialties you will hardly find anywhere in the world and enjoy the view of the canals while taking a stroll in this exclusive, yet exciting area in Amsterdam.
If you feel compelled to take a mini – trip around the country, the Amsterdam Central Station is located within a few hundred meters away from your location, thus giving you the opportunity to travel freely to the capital’s nearby areas.