Apartment Tulp. Haarlem was the center of the Tulip trade in the 17th century when Tulips mania was rising in 1634, and it abruptly ended in February 1637. The phenomenon is also known as tulip anger, tulips mania, bulbs craziness, foolish tulips and bulb trade frenzy. In the Dutch Golden Age, prices of the newly introduced tulips reached extreme heights. In January 1637 tulip bulbs were sold for more than ten times a craftsman’s annual salary, and they were worth more than the Amsterdam canals. This apartment is suitable for four persons.
Comfortable, and modern two-room apartment (80 m2) with private shower, toilet, double sink, full kitchen and airconditioning. You sleep in a double box spring with two single mattresses and separate duvets. The living room has a comfortable sofa bed, two armchairs, a dining area for six people and a full kitchen. A flat screen tv and free fast and stable internet.
The attractive apartment, located next to the main building, is surprisingly complete and equipped with the following comforts:
- 2 Relax armchairs
- Dining area for six people
- Flat-screen tv with a large number of (inter) national radio & TV channels
- Tea/coffee making facilities
- Fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher
- Air conditioning in the bedroom
- Hair dryer
- Washing machine and dryer
- Bed and bath linen
- Plates, cups, cutlery, etc.
- Fast and free wifi connection