This loft apartment with a large, private roof terrace is located right next to the charming district of Jordaan. Quiet and centrally located at the same time, it is a perfect base for sightseeing and exploring Amsterdam’s many attractions by public transport, on foot or by bike. The 4th floor has a surface of 57 m2, and has been recently fully renovated with modern amenities. The guest bedroom is best suited for a single traveller or a couple and the living room can easily fit two more people.
Located just a few stops from Amsterdam Central Station and a mere 75 m walk from the bus stop, with several tram and bus lines in close proximity, this apartment is very convenient to reach with public transport. You can also explore the city by bike as it is just 1 km away from the famous sights such as Anne Frank House and Noordermarkt. Westerstraat, one of the main streets in Jordaan district is just around the corner offering plenty of food options including restaurants, supermarkets and a farmer’s market.
The building, a typical Amsterdam brick house from the last century with a hoisting crane on top, has recently been fully renovated inside-out. The interior has a loft, airy and serene feeling. The location on the top floor provides a lot of light and silence. The apartment has a high-end design and has been decorated with stylish, modern lighting and furniture.
The part of the apartment available for guests is a separate unit and takes up the entire 4th floor with a surface of 57 m2. It consists of an open-plan living room connected with a high-end, fully equipped kitchen of 42 m2 (dishwasher, refrigerator-freezer, hob, oven, microwave, semi-professional espresso machine), a bedroom (8 m2) with an adjacent closet (3 m2) and a private bathroom including a walk-in rain shower (4 m2). The unit has private access to a large roof terrace (21 m2), a perfect spot with a great panorama of the city to enjoy a lazy brunch or wind down after an active day of sightseeing.
There is a shared entrance door with the apartment on the 3rd floor where I live and there is a door with a lock dividing the two units. I do not access the 4th floor nor the terrace between the check-in and check-out appointments, so the entire unit will be at your own disposal. The guest bedroom can be locked with a key from inside and outside.
If you need any help or advice, I live on the 3rd floor in the same building.
I am flexible with check-in and check-out hours and do my best to help you get the most of your stay in Amsterdam.
- The apartment is equipped in smoke detectors and smoking is not allowed inside. No drugs are allowed on the property.
- The private roof terrace is accessible only for the guests to enjoy quietly, it is not allowed to invite more visitors nor organise parties there.
- Please do not throw any litter from the windows or the terrace. It is very obvious who does it.
- Please be nice and don't disturb the neighbours with too much noise. They are not on holidays and need to get up early in the morning.
- Make sure you close the roof terrace entrance any time you leave the apartment. It must stay closed whenever it's raining.
- You are welcome to use the kitchen to prepare your own meals but please note that food is not included in the price.
- Coffee and tea are complimentary. Feel free to use the kettle and coffee maker. It is safe to drink tap water in Amsterdam.
- It is a shoeless house, please take your shoes off and wear slippers or socks only inside.
- I'd be forever grateful if you could water my plants every two days :-)
"Travel is never a matter of money but of courage."
I moved to Amsterdam almost 9 years ago and finally decided to make it my home. I am still in love with the city and I'm happy to share this passion with my guests and fellow travellers. Sometimes, when cycling back through the canals in the evening, I still stop in awe at a canal bridge taking in the view.
As for me, I have a curious mind and like to explore and learn new things, be it by exploring, talking to people, or simply watching or reading. I travel as far as I can and as often as I can. So far 44 countries and counting... Amsterdam feels like home now and I miss my bike whenever I stay away too long.
I speak Polish, English, German, Dutch and Spanish. I understand basic Russian and French.