In the heart of the eastern museumdistrict (Maritime Museum, Hermitage, Resistance Museum, Hollandse Schouwburg, Museum of Ancient Colonies end yhe Hortus Botanicus), opposite Artis the Zoo, you'll find the groundfloor appartment The Elephantroom. Located in a restored typical Amsterdam canalhouse, facing the elephants as from coming October. !5 minutes walk from Central station and 5 minutes from major tram- and metrolines.
The Elephant-room contains 57m2 on the ground-floor of a restored canal-warehouse. It is divided in two; a dining-room with kitchenette, including a refrigerator and and two induction plates and a relaxed combined spacious living- bedroom.
Guests have their private access to their turn-key appartment.
Общение с гостями
Living on the floor above I will be fully available and willing to render services on all tourist information topics or questions about Amsterdam. On Thursdays I sell authentic Indonesian meals for €9,- per meal. Guests are welcome to subscribe.
Другие важные подробности
If one (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN)s Entrepotdok, one sees that you'll find yourself in the eastern part of the center opposite the Zoo, Artis, the Ancient Colonies Museum, the Hermitage, The Resistance Museum, the Maritime Museum, the Hortus Botanicus, the Hollandse Schouwburg, Nemo, the Jewish Museum and Synagogues and the Waterlooplein are all within a 10 minutes walk distance
There are not too many rules. The Elephant is non-smoking and no open fire -as candles e.g.- is allowed. Furthermore a proper social conduct as sound- and noiselevels is requiered especcially during night hours.
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Single living man and living in Amsterdam since 1984. I enjoy the city due to its various venues where one can appreciate a nice glass of wine or a cool beer (of all kinds). I owned a Michelinstar- rated restaurant for 16 years and I love to entertain and host people. As an educational psychologist social conduct and behavior has always been in center of my interests. My motto is: Never break the glass out-of which you might have champaign in de future!