The Ivory Apartment
Apartment | Bilderdijkstraat, Amsterdam, Netherlands 1053
- Credit cards accepted
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- Safety deposit
- Washing machines
Your confirmation mail will include the telephone number to contact the greeter/owner upon arrival. You can arrange a time to meet the contact person at the property, to make payment and get the keys
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.
Tax Policy (payable to property)
Earliest check-in: 15:00
Latest Check-out: 12:00
Group of 15 or more traveling to Amsterdam?Contact us directly
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About The Ivory Apartment
This holiday apartment has four bedrooms and all bed linens and sheets are provided during your stay. In the apartment you will find 8 single beds and one double bed. The beds provide quality comfort. The living room is equipped with a TV for your entertainment purposes and a coffee table where you can set your drinks. The kitchen is equipped with a coffee maker for your morning coffee. All cooking utensils are available for you to use. There is a fridge where you can conserve your fruits and meats. There is a microwave and a dishwasher to help you enjoy your stay. A dining table with seating is also in the apartment. This marvelous holiday apartment has a capacity for up to 10 guests and there is a dryer and washing machine to help save you money and dry cleaning.
The Dam, as the Dutch call it, is a town square in the Capital of Amsterdam. It is hard to miss some of the famous important buildings as well as it's customary celebrations. All of these occurrences make Amsterdam a renowned and substantial City to visit.
The apartment is located in a shopping area where you will be able to buy everything from souvenirs to fashion designer clothes. Public transport is right next to the door! Also, this holiday apartment is very close to the Anna Frank House located on Prinsengracht Canal. This museum is dedicated to the Jewish wartime diarist, who concealed herself from Nazis with her family and other inhabitants in secret rooms at the back of the building and wrote her world-famous diary while in hiding in occupied Holland. The hiding place has been preserved and is on exhibition. The museum conducts exhibitions to place emphasis on all classes of oppression and prejudice. The museum is open every day.