This bright and colorful apartment is located on the ground floor and is named after the abstract Dutch painter Piet Mondriaan. The typical bright ‘Mondriaan’ colors and clean lines are therefore clearly present in the interior of the apartment.
The Piet Mondriaan apartment is a cozy one bedroom apartment for one or two guests. The apartment is very centrally located, in the Dutch Masters Amsterdam building, on the beautiful Keizersgracht, close to the Art District in the heart of the historic center of Amsterdam.
The living room is furnished with a sitting area with an armchair and lounge sofa and a flat-screen television with cable TV and Netflix and there is also a Bluetooth speaker.
The efficiently furnished kitchen is fully equipped with a hob, combo-microwave-oven, dishwasher, refrigerator and a Nespresso coffee machine. There is also a kitchen-island with bar stools where guests can sit.
Next to the living room is the bedroom with a queen-size bed and delightful allergen-free bed linen and pillows of excellent quality. The en-suite bathroom has a bath with a shower, a hairdryer and travel size bath items are available.
The whole apartment has heating for the winter and air conditioning for the warm months. A washing machine and dryer are also available in the apartment. Free WiFi is also available throughout the apartment.
Our staff ensures that a typical Dutch welcome package is ready for you when you arrive, and our team is always on hand to help you with questions or advice on fun activities and sights.
Surface: 50 m2 / 538 ft2
- Coffee machine
- Fridge / Freezer
- TV flatscreen
- Washing machine / Dryer
- Free Wifi
- Free fresh towel
- Free fresh linen
- Weekly cleaning of the apartment after 7 nights is free.
- Public parking
- Ground Floor
- Canal View
- An additional cleaning of the apartment on request is € 50, –
Jan 5 – April 15
September 16 – December 22
April 16 – 30 April
May 16 – September 15
May 1 – May 15
December 23 – January 4
More information on Master Piet Mondriaan
(1872 – 1944)
In 1938, with the threat of the Second World War, Mondriaan left The Netherlands for good, finally settling in New York, where he remained until his death in 1944.
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