The accommodation is in a late 19th century building, one block away from the lively Jordaan district (and the edge of the historical centre), but in a very quiet area.
In the two bedrooms (free of any personal stuff and clothes) we have 4 single beds, which can be combined in accordance to your needs: 2 doubles, 4 singles or 1 double and 2 singles.
Both bedrooms have LED smart tv with UK, German, French, Spanish, Italian and many more satellite platforms. Also, you can login with your Netflix account.
On the same floor there is a bathroom -with floor heating- with bathtub and large sink and a separate wc with small sink. Both have marble flooring.
Equipped with stair gates, high chair, baby cot and diaper changing pad.
We also have a nice and sunny balcony overlooking a marvelous and quiet court.
The best thing about our neighborhood is enjoying great tranquillity while living literally two steps away from some of the best restaurants, shops and markets in town, and having the most popular spots (Dam Square, Canal Belt, Westerkerk, Central Station, Anne Frank's House, Red Light District, Leidseplein...) within walking distance.
If you don't fancy a walk or renting a bike there's trams and buses leading you everywhere in town.
Our area itself is a strongly up and coming one, thanks to fantastic redeveloping projects like the Westergasfabriek and, more recently, De Hallen.
Everything in the center, the up and coming West neighborhood and the Museum Quarter are literally within walking distance.
Plenty of bike rentals in the area.
Tram 3 leads you to the Museumplein and De Pijp.
Tram 10 to the Leidseplein.
Tram 14 to Dam Square, Kalverstraat, Rembrandtplein, Waterlooplein and the zoo.
Buses 18 or 21 to Central Station. Bus 21 in the opposite direction to P+R Bos en Lommer (the closest Park & Ride, 10 minutes away).
Parking in Amsterdam is very expensive (between 4 and 5 euro per hour!), but there's the cheap alternative of the P+R (Park + Ride) arrangements.
It costs 8 euro for the first 24 hours and then 1 euro per day if you arrive before 10:00 or just 1 euro per day if you arrive after 10:00, and you can get discounted public transport tickets to get to the final destination and back to the parking.
The address of the closest one (P+R Bos en Lommer) is Leeuwendalersweg 23B.
If that is full you can turn to the P+R Sloterdijk (Piarcoplein 1).
For during your stay you might find interesting (if the weather is good) to hire a boat to go on the canals by yourself. You can use my subscription to a nice boat sharing company just round the corner.
No particular driving licenses required. I can also book it in advance for you. Just tell me which day and time you wanna go and I will arrange it for you.
Check-in and baggage drop can from 12:00 or at any time if the previous guests have left already (otherwise luggage drop only). But the accommodation can only be accessed once the cleanup is finished, and the time may vary (usually it's around 15:00).
Check-out is at 12:00, but if no one's coming on that day or comes pretty late it's possible to arrange a later check-out time.
It's still possible to leave the luggage until your desired time.
Smoking in any form is only allowed on the balcony.
In Amsterdam is forbidden to guests houses without hotel license to rent to more than 4 people contemporarily, therefore our accommodation is only equipped to sleep 4.
We can still host one baby small enough to sleep in the baby cot, but under no circumstance we can allow an extra fifth person or more, at any time during your stay.
Being a legally registered accommodation, I'm able to provide for a regular invoice, if you're traveling for business.