The Dapper Market apartment 16 is one of several high-end apartments we have available very close to the Dapper Market itself – one of Amsterdam’s most vibrant attractions for locals and tourists alike.
Affordable Comfort And Class
Dapper Market Apartment 16 is a compact yet spacious flat with all the mod-cons you would expect, including a fully equipped open-plan kitchen and a flat screen TV and DVD player. The sofa converts to a double bed, so this single-bedroom apartment can potentially sleep four people. The bathroom has a bath/shower and also contains a washer and dryer. Bed linen and certified Free Trade cotton towels are provided.
An Ideal Base For Exploration
The apartment is very close to a wide variety of interesting attractions. The Dapper Market itself is a multi-cultural bazaar held every day; where hundreds of stall-holders offer fresh food, plus clothing, jewelry and a huge range of other goods. It can get very busy, so it pays to get there as early as you can.
Also easily reached on foot, bike or Metro are many of Amsterdam’s other famous landmarks and must-sees. These include the Tropenmuseum, one of Amsterdam’s largest museums.
Rembrandt Square in the Central City is just 7 minutes away by tram.
A tram stop is located just around the corner from Dapper market apartment 16, where a few minute journey will take you into the heart of the city centre.
Services and facilities
Bed linen and 1 small & 1 large towel per person are provided.
Not allowed to smoke
Sofa / Couch
Iron & ironing board
Bed linen and towels included
The apartment building is located in the eastern district which is just outside the central district of the city. The street is in between the Oosterpark, Amsterdam’s first laid out green space in the 1880s, and the Dappermarket, one of Amsterdam’s most popular fresh market offering a worldwide assortment of food and non-food. The location may seem far from the city centre, but it takes a short ride with the tram (no. 9) to reach the Rembrandt Square.
A variety of restaurants and cafés can be found alongside the Oosterpark as well as the Tropenmuseum, this museaum gives insights into Dutch colonial activities in the East Indies.
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