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My boyfriend and I spent three nights at this hostel in a private room. We'd deliberately booked a hostel instead of a hotel because we didn't have that much money to spend, but looking back we probably should have just spent the extra cash and...More
Stayed here for 5 nights and it was a great place. My room looked newly refurbished so everything was all good and really clean. Location is good too. Staff was nice and always very helpful. Guess the only downside was the rooms had no AC/ventilation...More
Stayed here for 3 nights; the hostel is all painted dark which makes it really depressing. There's a rubbish communal area making it hard to meet people and its mainly full of stoners. The location was however very good right in the heart of amsterdam.
Not great. The darkness of the rooms might cynically be suspected of being an attempt to hide the less than perfect surroundings. very loud at night too. I could not recommend this place though the staff did their best to try and help.
US$ 31 - US$ 334 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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