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We are an American/Brazilian couple living in Amsterdam for the last 15 years and we love this city so much!
Private entrance independent room with bathroom next to it on the second floor.
We live on the top two floors of the building and the room we are renting is on the top floor. It has an independent entrance (you don’t have to go through the part of the apartment where we live to get there).
We would love to welcome you to our place. We like to exchange cultural and personal experiences as we like to travel and meet people too. We will be delighted share what we know about Amsterdam with you - good places to eat, microbreweries, great café terraces and brown cafes, clubs, and neighborhoods, etc.
Our apartment is in a building designated as an architectural monument in Amsterdam. The room is a large bedroom with a small balcony with flowers and a modern bathroom (recently renovated) with shower. Bedding and towels are provided and a fast wifi connection is available free of charge. You are welcome to store things in our refrigerator (a bottle of proseco perhaps, some nice dutch cheese you find in a local market) and there is an Albert Hein grocery store close by.
We serve a nice continental breakfast with a selection of cheeses, meats, dutch pancakes, bread, juices, coffee and/or tea free of charge.
We are well located for seeing the sights in Amsterdam. We are located in Amsterdam Zuid (South), in a neighborhood built in the style of the Amsterdam School of Architecture, on a quiet street just off the well-known shopping street - the Beethovenstraat.
On Beethovenstraat there are several restaurants (including Fidelios - our favorite with an excellent dinner menu and a nice outdoor seating area!), three good coffee cafes (including a Starbucks), bakeries, nice shops and boutiques stores.
Our apartment is about a 10-15 minute walk from the Van Gogh Museum, the Rijksmuseum, the Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam’s museum of Modern Art), the Concertgebouw, Vondel Park, Beatrix Park and the Albert Cuyp street market in the Pijp neighborhood.
For those of you coming to Amsterdam for business, we are also only a 10 minute walk from Amsterdam South train station, the Amsterdam World Trade Center, the Amsterdam Rai convention center, and the Hilton Hotel.
Getting around by public transportation
We are well located for access to anywhere in Amsterdam and to Schiphol airport by public transportation.
There are 2 trams on Beethovenstraat - the number 5 and the number 24 - that take you to the city center. Its only a 10-15 minute ride to the famous Dam square. Leidseplein, Rembrandtplein, Amsterdam central train station, and the many other places and neighborhoods to see and explore in and around Amsterdam city center.
Getting to our place from Schiphol airport
To get to our place from Schiphol airport is easy and quick. Take any train going to Amsterdam South (Zuid) train station - they run every 10-15 minutes from platforms 1 or 2 at Schiphol. The first stop will be Amsterdam South - a 7 minute ride by train. From there take the number 5 tram headed in the direction of Amsterdam city center (take the north exit out of the train station and walk across the plaza - the tram stop is up the stairs on the left on the bridge). Get off after two stops - the Stadionweg stop (OK if you miss it - just get off at the next stop - the Beethovenstraat stop). Our apartment is about 50 meters down a side street from either the Stadionweg or Beethovenstraat tram stops. Alternatively you can walk to our place from Amsterdam South train station in about 12 minutes. Either way, generally it will take you no more 25-30 minutes to get to our place direct from Schiphol airport. But be sure you take the train to Amsterdam South station, not Amsterdam Central Station! If you catch the train to Amsterdam Central Station by mistake, no problem - you can take the tram 5 or tram 24 from Central Station to the Stadionweg tram stop and voila - you're there.
For those of you coming by car, we are close to both the Amsterdam South (Oud Zuid - S108) and Amsterdam Rai (S109) exits off the A10 - the ring highway around Amsterdam. There is paid parking in our neighborhood. The best deal is the parking site at the old Olympic Stadium which costs 8 euros/day (see map and information at (website hidden)) and includes a free ticket for use for public transportation for the day. The Olympic Stadium is just off the A10 Amsterdam South exit and is about 800 meters or 3 tram stops from our apartment along the Tram 24 line (you would need to get off at the Minervaplein stop). Alternatively,you can park on our street or nearby streets but the cost is higher – € 3 euros per hour between 09.00 and 21.00 hours on Monday through Saturday. Parking at night and on Sundays is free.
We will be very happy to welcome you and do everything to make your visit to Amsterdam a comfortable and enjoyable one. And if you want to drop your luggage off early or leave it with us for a later pick-up after you've checked out, no problem - we'll make arrangements.
-Not using the Kitchen at all
-No friends over
-Continental breakfast served from 9:00 to 10:00 in the morning
-We ask you to be reasonably quiet after 10:pm
Rosie is a very friendly host. We've had nice conversations right from the start. Staying at Rosie's apartment feels like you are at home. Also because you have breakfast in the living room where you meet the other members of the family. The neighborhood is lovely with a lot of buildings from the 1920s and 1930s. All the shops and restaurant you need are nearby. It takes fifteen minutes to walk to the Museum Area and the railway station Zuid/WTC is ten minutes by foot.
This was our first Airbnb experience, and it was great! The apartment is in a great location, near to the tram line and all the sights and amenities. Rosie was a fantastic host, who gave good advice on things to do and see - while making our stay a pleasure.
The room was spacious, and comfortable, with a great bed, and the breakfast Rosie offers was more than adequate. We will definitely be back.
Very welcoming and helpful with information our stay for two nights with Rosie was very enjoyable, excellent if you want to be in a quieter area with shops and good restaurants but not too far from the city center, and very close to the train station. Thank you Rosie!
I had a great stay in Gianni's place. The location was perfect for me and the stay was convinient and comfortable. It's really easy to get around in Amsterdam from here. I recommend!
The bedroom was nice, as described. The "smaller than on picture" is just an effect from Airbnb photos, but I get how it can be confusing. One get used to it when browsing real estate pictures, this weird depth effect.
The neighbourhood is very quiet, perfect to have a good night sleep after a long day walking/cycling along Amsterdam Canals. The bathroom was clean and tidy, and right by our room. The toilet is indeed noisy (it's normal for this type of toilet actually) but it's not like we were using it all night long...
We didn't meet Rosie, but she was very helpful beforhand, through emails and phone. We didn't get to try the breakfast, Rosie not being there. At first we thought it was a downside. But in the end we were glad to discover the perfect place for a healthy and organic breakfast/brunch, Le Pain Quotidien, about 300m away, right in front of the tram stop towards city center. I can't recommend enough this place, everything was fresh and tasty, their croissant is reaaaallly good.
This was our first Air BnB experience and it did not let us down! Rosie was a warm & welcoming host. It was great to sit & have breakfast with her and here her local insights about the city & her advice on what to do/what not to do
Very nice hosts. The place is very close to the city centre and the Olympic stadium (for parking). The environment is calm and safe. All in all we had a very nice stay in a cosy and clean room.
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I`m a very easygoing person. I love to travel the world and meet people and exchange ideas. I am very attracted to different cultures. I am also a very sporty person, I go to the gym regularly and I`m on my bike everyday and love nature, hiking etc.