Artist House Apartments Amsterdam
AddressKoningsstraat 5 AmsterdamSee nearby area
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Artist House Apartments features a studio and apartments named after famous Dutch artists with free Wi-Fi and access to a communal roof terrace. They are only 180 metres from Nieuwmarkt Metro Station and the Rembrandt House Museum is 350 metres away.
The Chinatown area is less than 300 metres away. Dam Square can be reached within a 10-minute walk. Artist House Apartments Amsterdam is also only 700 metres from Amsterdam Central Station which offers links all over the city by tram, metro and bus.
All of the accommodation at the 18th-century Artist House comes with extra-long beds, wooden floors and a seating area with flat-screen cable TV. Each has a kitchen which includes a microwave, refrigerator and a sink. The bathrooms have a bath or shower, a hairdryer and free toiletries.
Please note that Artist House Apartments Amsterdam does not have elevators or escalators. The only way to get to the apartments is through a steep narrow staircase.
Artist House Apartments Amsterdam is a self-catering accommodation located in Amsterdam. Free WiFi access is available. The property is 500 metres from Beurs van Berlage and 500 metres from Dam Square.
The apartment will provide you with a TV and a seating area. Complete with a microwave, the dining area also has a refrigerator and kitchenware. Featuring a shower, private bathroom also comes with a hairdryer and free toiletries. Extras include a sofa, a safety deposit box and ironing facilities.
Other facilities like luggage storage are offered.
If you feel like visiting the surroundings, check out Amsterdam Central Station (600 metres) and Royal Palace Amsterdam (600 metres). Schiphol Airport is located 12 km from the property.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
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