Small apartment in the Jordan, the trendy district of Amsterdam, 5-minute walk to Anne Frank House, easy access to public transportation, supermarkets, and the 9-allies shopping area. Apartment sleeps maximum 3.
This quiet, cozy apartment in the center of Amsterdam offers travelers the comfort of a home while at the same time having only a 5-min walk to the Anne Frank House and shopping district '9 Straatjes' (9 Streets), a 10-min walk to the center of Amsterdam's nightlife, the Leidseplein, and a 15- min walk to the Netherlands' world renown Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum. The apartment is in the heart of the trendy Jordaan District, known for its Gingerbread-like houses and quaint restaurants, cafes and boutiques.
Located on the second floor of a 19h century building, the apartment has a living room, a bedroom with 160 x 200cm sized-bed, a kitchen, and bathroom. It can sleep 3 people in total (living room has sleeper couch with a 140 x 200cm sized-bed). There is also wifi, cable TV, flat screen, DVD player, a microwave oven, and the kitchen is fully equipped.
Q-Park car park is only a 5-minute walk away.
Please respect the neighbors
No smoking allowed
No pets allowed
If there is any special requirement, please advise in advance and I will try to accommodate as possible.
I am an American historian and journalist. I first visited Amsterdam when I was 16-years old, and from that moment I knew I wanted to live here. With its canals, bridges, and unique canal houses, I think it is one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
I just published a book 'Sex and Drugs before Rock 'n' Roll'. Youth Culture and Masculinity during Holland's Golden Age', and I work now as a journalist and write about art, history, nightlife, and sports for many tourist magazines about Amsterdam including Time Out Amsterdam, You in Amsterdam, and The Holland Times. I am always happy to advise guests at my place about the events going on in the city.
I will be happy to welcome you to my place and help you have a fantastic time in the city I call home.