De Pijp Apartment Suites
AddressSint Willibrordusstraat AmsterdamSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
De Pijp Apartment Suites is located in the popular De Pijp neighbourhood, around the corner from the famous Albert Cuyp market. The bright apartments and studios have modern kitchens and box-spring beds.
The open-plan kitchens are fitted with a gas stove, a dishwasher and a microwave/oven. Guests can enjoy their home-cooked dinner at the large dining table, all the kitchenware is provided as well.
Each apartment and studio has a seating corner set up with chairs around the flat-screen TV with DVD player. They have luxury bedding and a compact bathroom with shower.
The Ceintuurbaan is 100 metres away, offering easy access to Schiphol Airport in 30 minutes. Leidse Square and Dam Square are both 15 minutes away tram.
Please note that the accommodation has no reception. You can check-in and collect your keys at the Short Stay Group check-in desk at Schiphol Airport or at their office in Amsterdam centre at Herengracht 451.
For this reason, guests should state their expected arrival time during their booking using the Guest comments box. Please note that additional costs may apply when you check-in/out outside of the given times.
The hotelier will contact the guests after booking with detailed check-in information and contact details.
Guests need a valid credit card upon check-in for an authorization of 300 EUR as a security deposit to cover potential damage and disturbance. The deposit will be refunded within a maximum of 14 days after departure on the condition that no damage and disturbance has occurred.
Please note that guests are kindly asked not to cause any disturbances for the neighbourhood. It must be silent after 23:00.
Noise disturbance / drug abuse on the premises can not be tolerated and may result in penalty charges or immediate eviction from the apartment without reimbursement of paid accommodation fees.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free WiFi
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