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The location is excellent as it is within walking distance to most sites as well as the Centraal Station. The other positive is that breakfast comes with the price of the room. Staff volunteers too are pleasant.
Sadly however there is GREAT room for improvement--...More
Stayed here for 2 nights, and was pleasantly surprised having never stayed in a hostel abroad before.
Through the next day I started getting a really itchy hand, and assuming it was an allergic reaction to hand soap or something, I didn't think nothing more...More
Perfect location and clean rooms. Although try to get an ensuite as I had stayed in a four bedroom in the attic and the bathrooms were not as nice and were across the hall and not as convenient. Breakfast was delicious on both days I...More
Very clean place, exactly in the center of Amsterdam and it's close to everything! People who work here are kind hospitable and really nice! Amazing customer service, super friendly staff, really clean and cozy place to be in!!
Friendly and very helpful staff, clean rooms and facilities. The garden was great to enjoy the mild sun of october! One of my friends had an issue getting to his dorm on time for the checkout, and we got all needed assistance from the...More
US$21 - US$68 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from gloria_jessica | Reviewed this property |
No, the lockers are narrow. But there'll be room under the beds and just keep your valuables in the locker. You needed your own lock at this hostel, take a smaller to medium sized lock, not a big one! This place is great for... More
No, the lockers are narrow. But there'll be room under the beds and just keep your valuables in the locker. You needed your own lock at this hostel, take a smaller to medium sized lock, not a big one! This place is great for location and the communal bathrooms means no wait for a shower, I highly recommend it :)
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"Do NOT get a room on the street side of the hostel."