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Berenstraat Suite is a beautiful one bedroom suite with a roof terrace, for up to two guests, in Amsterdam's charming Nine Streets quarter.
This boutique hotel in a historical building boasts a fantastic location in one of the capitalﾒs prettiest districts. The lodging blends its historic past with a fresh and modern vibe, combining authentic ceiling beams with exposed stone walls and contemporary furniture, wonderfully representing the themes of the Nine Streets. The living area of the suite is furnished with a striking, full length image of the Berenstraat and is fitted out with a large sofa, a flatscreen TV, a dining table, a rug and wooden floors. A coffee machine and a stocked, complimentary mini bar are also provided. The bedroom guarantees a peaceful nightﾒs rest in the double bed and grants access to a wonderful roof terrace, perfect for enjoying the afternoon sun. The residence includes a high speed internet connection and a private bathroom, which houses a shower, toilet and washbasin, plus shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, and body and hand lotion. Benefitting from a rewarding position and an attractive interior, this Amsterdam accommodation is certain to leave a lasting impression.
Please note: this suite features a double sofa-bed for one or two more guests (an extra charge).
Developed in the 17th century and associated with trade and craft throughout the subsequent years, the Nine Streets connect Amsterdam's four major canals with a series of charming avenues. Brimming with speciality stores, gorgeous boutiques, cosy restaurants and inspiring galleries, this endearing area makes the perfect base for exploring the capital.
Despite its authentic atmosphere and lack of tourist crowds, the neighbourhood enjoys a central location within easy reach of the treasured Jordaan district and the historic core, which houses such popular attractions as the Red Light District and Dam Square. The latter is considered the cityﾒs primary focal point, which features several important buildings, including the Royal Palace and the New Church, and hosts a variety of fairs, celebrations and events throughout the year. Amsterdam's bustling Central Station is conveniently close by, enabling swift admission to Schiphol Airport and the rest of the Netherlands.
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