This apartment was excellent for location and the ability to cook meals at home. There is a tram stop nearby, but for those interested in walking, it is about a mile to the Anne Frank House, a bit longer walk down to Van Gogh, but I would suggest taking the tram to/from Central Station - especially with luggage. There are two grocery stores nearby and the kitchen has the essential cooking tools for simple meals. There is a view of the street and canal from the front, and a wonderful back balcony with a table and four chairs where we ate dinner every evening.
Before committing to this property, be aware that the management team is unreliable. There was some confusion about what the service in “serviced apartments” included, as we waited 5 or 6 days for new towels, garbage bag liners, etc. and even when those replacements arrived, there was only one towel per person and one garbage bag for a nine night stay. When we ran out of toilet tissue and sent a WhatsApp, we did not receive any reply for a day, and when we did, it concerned other questions we had. The apartment furniture was worn and spotted with stains, but otherwise the interior was acceptable. I would consider a rental here if I were to return because I enjoyed the ability to eat at home, to live in a space with multiple rooms for children to sleep, adults to stay up, kitchen, etc. but I would go in with my eyes open to the lack of service/communication with he management.