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8 x the best hostels in Amsterdam for a budget proof stay

20 September 2018

These are the best and most unique hostels in Amsterdam

Are you going to Amsterdam but are you on a budget? Hostels are great if you’re going on a city trip alone because you can easily meet people, but they’re also perfect if you’re going on a trip with your friends so you can all stay in the same room for an affordable price. Whether you’re going alone or with a group, these best hostels in Amsterdam will guarantee that you have a great trip!

8 X these are the best hostels in Amsterdam

ClinkNOORD: ClinkNOORD is located in the hip and vibrant Amsterdam North and is just a short trip from Central Station. Features from the original building from 1920 can still be seen, but has been modified into a comfortable and fun place for travellers to stay. The hostel has 213 rooms and many social areas including ZincBAR which regularly has live music, DJs, and performances.
Badhuiskade 3, 1031 KV Amsterdam –

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Generator Amsterdam: this design hostel is located in Amsterdam East and overlooks Oosterpark. Generator Amsterdam is located in the former zoological university building, where the lecture hall has been transformed into a lounge and bar. Perfect to relax after a long day of sightseeing! Each room has a private bathroom and shower, and they also offer premium, private rooms.
Mauritskade 57, Amsterdam –

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Stayokay Vondelpark: Stayokay Amsterdam is located in the heart of the Vondelpark, close to the museum district and Leidseplein. It’s truly the perfect location! For those of you who want to relax in the hostel a bit, there are plenty of social areas where you can hang out like the bar BITE & DRINK, where they serve healthy food and have daily Happy Hour ;-)
Zandpad 5, Amsterdam –

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Stayokay Vondelpark

Train Lodge: have you always wanted to experience what it’s like to sleep in a night train? Well now you can! Train Lodge, located in Amsterdam West, has four retro sleeping cars to give you the ultimate night train experience without the train actually running. The hostel also has a bar-bistro car and a terrace where you can relax and meet other travellers.
Changiweg 121, 1043 Amsterdam –

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WOW: WOW Amsterdam is located in West and has 62 rooms with beds ranging from 2 – 12 per room. Along with it being a hostel, WOW also offers an art residency program to recent art institution graduates, so the hostel is very colourful and artsy.
Wiltzanghlaan 60, Amsterdam –

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CityHub: this hostel, located in Amsterdam West, is the ideal combination of a hostel and a hotel. This means that you have the communal feel in social areas, but also your own privacy in your cabin. The cabins have a kingsize bed, and via their app you can chat with other travellers and control your room, how cool?! If you want to stretch your legs you can make yourself a drink at the bar or go next door to De Hallen!
Bellamystraat 3, Amsterdam –

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Hostelle: the first and only female hostel in Amsterdam, located in Amsterdam South. The rooms are uniquely decorated with wall art and vintage furniture. Hostelle is located 15 minutes outside the center of Amsterdam, and offers a great atmosphere that will make you feel right at home.
Bijlmerplein 395, 1102 DK Amsterdam –

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Cocomama: a boutique hostel perfect for International trotters and first-time backpackers as it combines the comfort and luxury of a hotel with the budget and atmosphere of a hostel. Cocomama, located in The Pijp, has rooms that are all decorated with Dutch touches. There is a living room and garden where you can share your travel stories with the others, or a private cinema if you want to relax and watch a movie. Have fun!
Westeinde 18, 1017 ZP Amsterdam –

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These are our favourite best hostels in Amsterdam. Enjoy your stay!

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