Red Light Studio
Address: Lange Niezel 13, Amsterdam, Netherlands
This studio lies right in the middle of the Red Light District, 300 metres from the Central Station. This historic building was the home of Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, a famous Renaissance composer and organist. It features a fully equipped kitchen, a flat-screen TV and private bathroom facilities.The studio apartment looks out over the lively Red Light area with its large windows. Guests can enjoy their meal at the window-side dinner corner. The kitchen comes with a microwave, gas stove and all the necessary kitchenware.Dam Square and the Royal Palace are 400 metres away on foot. From here, guests can get to the Museum Quarter in 10 minutes by tram.
|• Parking (fee required)||• Pets Allowed|
|• Non-Smoking Rooms||• Express Check-In/Check-Out|
|• Heating||• All Public and Private Spaces Non-Smoking|
|• Internet Services||• Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN|
|• Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included|
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Comfortable Studio for up to 3 people within a few minutes walk from Central Station in the most interesting part of Amsterdam, the Red Light District.This charming studio apartment of 30 square meters can accommodate up to 3 people and is located in the heart of the old city center of Amsterdam within a couple of minutes walk from Amsterdam Central Station and Dam Square. The apartment is not just a place to sleep, it is an authentic Amsterdam experience with anything you have ever heard about Amsterdam coming true right at your footsteps - canals, coffeeshops, smart shops, red light windows, sex shops, bars, clubs, restaurants and visitors from all over the world. Also this building has a unique past, as it was the home of Jan Pieterszoon Sweelnck (1562-1621) whom was thought to have been one of the most influential Renaissance composers organist of his time. He was considered to have taught J.S Bach indirectly via his pupils. The charm of the old city architecture is all around the property. Big windows overlooking the street give you a flavor of the vibrant Red Light District street life... there is nothing quite like it and you can either watch it from the windows of the comfortable studio or go out and be a part of the Amsterdam Red Light District life yourself.