About This Listing
I'm renting a bedroom (quite room overlooking the garden) in my apartment in Amsterdam,
The room is located to the east of the city center in a quiet, typical Amsterdam neighborhood the "Indische Buurt". Amsterdam’s historic center is less than 15 minutes away by bike or tram.
The features of the room are:
- Twin beds (80 x 200 cm, down quilts and pillows)
- 2 pure cotton towels for each guest
- reading lamps
- bedside table
- table with chairs
- tea and coffee making facilities
- mini bar
- alarm clock
- Hi-Fi system with radio, cd player, connection for mp3 player
- map of Amsterdam and public transport
- Wi-Fi Internet connection
- Continental breakfast
- Bike rental
- Tickets for concerts, theaters and other events
- Guided city tour
Indische Buurt ("Indies Neighborhood") is a neighborhood in the eastern portion of the city of Amsterdam, in the Dutch province of Noord-Holland. The name dates from the early 20th century, and is derived from the fact that the neighborhood's streets are named after islands and other geographical concepts in the former Dutch colony of the Dutch East Indies. The first street was named in 1902. In 2003, there were around 23,357 inhabitants. The neighborhood is bounded on the west by the railroad Amsterdam - Hilversum (with the Muiderpoort Station), on the east side by Flevopark, on the north side by Zeeburgerdijk and on the south side by the Ringvaart Watergraafsmeer. Indische Buurt is the oldest part of the Zeeburg district and is very ethnically diverse, and a high percentage of the population is of immigrant origin (for Zeeburg this is already high at 55%, but higher in the Indische Buurt) and there are an estimated 100 languages spoken.
The neighborhood is well served by 24 hours public transport (2 trams and 2 buses).
Amsterdam is made for cycling. With special traffic lights and bicycle lanes it is the fastest and cheapest way to travel in and around the city. Bicycle riding is also convenient, safe and lots of fun. Whatever your age, you will see more by bike!
- Leave your shoes in the entrance
- Do not smoke in the apartment or in the common parts of the building
- Feel free to leave your valuables in the room but at your own risk (in case of lost I
will not be responsible)
- Keep a low volume between 22:00 and 8:00
- Do not open the door to strangers
- Before living make sure that the window of the room and the entrance door are well
Daniel was incredibly welcoming and ensured that all and any concerns I had were met immediately with rectification. I would say generally, he went above and beyond the call of duty.
The apartment was well situated in terms of public transport links and is walking distance (with good shoes) from the city.
Would definitely recommend staying at Daniel's
Daniel was a great host! I felt most welcome upon arrival. He was kind, and helpful in every way possible. The room was clean, spacious, and well lit and maintained. I would recommend this to anyone!
It was a very pleasant stay, Daniel is very nice and helpful, he provides all info a visitor may need. The location is very convenient too, close to bus, train station and very easy to get around. I loved my visit in Amsterdam, will definitely come back again!!
Staying at Daniel's was great. He welcomed us with a beer, gave us all the info we needed, his apartment was spotless clean and most important, he has two bikes that you can rent. And when in Amsterdam having a bike is a must have. We had a great time in Amsterdam and at Daniel's.
Daniel was an excellent host! He gave us every information that we need thoughout our stay in Amsterdam and he was very willing to help us. Also, the room is exactly the same as the photos which is very tidy and well equipped. We love our stay in Daniel's place and it was a pleasure for us to meet such a nice host. Thanks a lot Daniel!
Daniel was extremely friendly and accommodating. Place was clean and tidy, everything worked. His directions on finding the place and looking around were also most appreciated.
About the Host, Daniel
Upon arriving in Amsterdam, one can imagine asking oneself: Where is the fun nightlife? What are the local hot spots?
How can I experience the real life in this city? I offer you the opportunity to act, eat and sleep like-a-local!
I provide the traveler with the opportunity to connect with the local life in Amsterdam.