This beautifully decorated studio apartment is located on a sweet little square in the center of Amsterdam, which breathes the atmosphere of a small village. Although you are in the center of the city, the keywords are quiet, cozy and locals. It is a 15-minute walk from Dam Square and Rembrandtplein, the Hermitage, the Rembrandt House, the Jewish Quarter, the Artis Zoo, the Central Station and of course the Red Light District.
The authentic and charming square is a local affair with different restaurants (from authentic Italian pizza to Indonesian to African) and one of the oldest brown cafés in Amsterdam, it was built in 1631! In this authentic brown café De Druif you can meet the local Amsterdammers.
The cozy, simple, modern apartment overlooking the canals is 40m2 and is located on the first floor.
You have a beautiful view over the canal and the ‘Scharrebiersluis’, a historic castle and a piece of cultural heritage. In the 15th century, the most famous admiral in Dutch history Michiel de Ruyter entered his victories via the lock for the apartment.