Flower Market Apartment
AddressKerkstraat 248 AmsterdamSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
These modern apartments benefit from bright décor, free Wi-Fi and are only 550 metres from the Kalverstraat and Flower Market. The apartments offer a living room with a flat-screen TV.
The two-bedroom apartment includes wooden floors and original features such as large windows. The kitchen features a gas hob plus a refrigerator and the private bathroom boasts a massage shower and separate bathtub.
The one-bedroom apartment features a dining table, a well-equipped kitchen. The private bathroom features a shower.
The Keizersgracht tram stop, which offers direct links to Dam Square and Amsterdam Central Railway Station, is less than 200 metres from Apartment Flower Market. Rembrandtplein and Leidseplein are both less than a 10-minute walk away.
Please note that check-in is directly at the apartment between 14:00 and 20:00.
Please note that late arrivals/arrivals outside the normal reception opening times are subject to a surcharge.
Please note that the apartments can only be reached by stairs.
Guests arriving outside reception opening hours are kindly requested to inform the hotel in advance, as it is not always possible. Contact details can be found on the booking confirmation.
Please note that parties are strictly prohibited.
Please note that the apartments are located in a lively area.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Free WiFi
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