Amstel Delight Studio – Great Central Location close to the markets
This contemporary and modern studio offers a clean and serene styling. The serenity and flooding of light create an easy and open atmosphere which makes this studio apartment a haven at De Pijp district.
With bamboo wooden floors, windows stretching from floor to ceiling and high end finishing these no nonsense studios are all about minimalist living without missing comfort, all thoughtfully decorated for your convenience and pleasure.
The modern and cosy studio is fitted with a double bed, dining table for two and for your entertainment there is a Flat Screen TV. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you might need to prepare your own meals. The modern bathroom features a shower, toilet and sink.
The comfortable and modern Amstel Delight Studio can house two guests. The studio is located on the first floor.
Services and facilities:
- Free Wi-Fi
- Bed linen and towels provided
- Fair trade Max Havelaar towels
- Bed linen is anti-allergic
- No pets allowed, so suitable for guests with allergies
Lively and colourful, De Pijp District is without a doubt one of the most vibrant areas of Amsterdam. Here you’ll find the Albert Cuyp Market, one of the largest open air markets in Europe, where you can find everything from exotic products to home ware, textiles and fresh fruit/vegetables; for sure the stall keepers will make you smile with their characteristic Amsterdam sense of humor.
You’ll come across a variety of restaurants with cuisine from all over the world, but most important: here you can find the best herring in town. The Sarphatipark, one of Amsterdams green parks, is located at just 500 meters. Here you can take a stroll or just relax when you are relax and enjoy the park life of Amsterdam. The Marie Heinekenplein is located where formerly a large part of the Heineken Brewery was located. Nowadays this former brewery hosts the Heineken Experience. The surroundings of the Heinekenplein Marie, the Frans Halsstraat and Gerard Douplein houses many cafes. It is primarily a recreation area for students and is often compared to the Latin Quarter of Paris.