Serviced Apartments Red Light District

Amsterdam’s Red Light District is a great place to find serviced apartments. You will find many serviced apartments Red Light District. They are the best choices for spending your vacation in a home away from home. Serviced apartments give you the flexibility, freedom, and privacy that you desire. 


Some of our best serviced apartments Red Light District include the following: 

Each one of our serviced apartments in the Red Light District comes with the best amenities. Guests will stay comfortable all throughout. You can enjoy well-equipped kitchens with all appliances. You can also expect free Wi-Fi and flat-screen televisions at our apartments. We offer round-the-clock service to keep you worry-free. 

Where to Stay in the Red Light District Amsterdam 
If you are seeking serviced Amsterdam apartments for short stay in Red Light District, there are options aplenty. You can choose from the Ruysdaelkade and Singelgebied areas. The Amsterdam Central Station is only 5-10 minutes away on foot. Dam Square is nearby and a convenient place to stay. The Warmoesstraat and Zeedijk are places enclosing the district. De Wallen is another area forming the district. This is another place worth considering. 

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Facts about the Red Light District Amsterdam

The Red Light District is a unique area in Amsterdam, one that draws visitors in large numbers. Here are some interesting facts worth knowing: 


  • De Wallen is the largest prostitution zone in the Netherlands. It has 225 windows spread across 17 thoroughfares. 
  • Smoking alcohol in public is not allowed. 
  • Yet, smoking weed is not subject to restrictions. 
  • The entire district has 14 coffee shops for coffee shops. Famous names include the Jolly Joker and The Bulldog. 
  • Most streets in the district are free of cars. 
  • The red light district stays open throughout the day and night. 
  • Blue windows are for transgender sex workers in Amsterdam. 

Weather in the Red Light District Amsterdam 

The Red Light District in Amsterdam witnesses comfortable summers. They are also semi-cloudy at times. The winters are long and windy. The season is chilly and cloudy. Temperatures usually vary between 34 and 71 degrees Fahrenheit. The lowest temperature is 22 degrees Fahrenheit. The highest temperature is 81 degrees Fahrenheit. The best time to visit is between late June and early September. This period is the best option for enjoying activities outdoors. The warm and pleasant weather is a big draw for tourists.