Amsterdam hostels are one of the best ways to travel if you are on a budget. Even if you aren’t, a few nights spent in Amsterdam hostels can be a lot of fun. A shared kitchen for cooking your own food, shared sleeping space and shared bathrooms can actually be a great way to meet other travelers. Amsterdam hostels are also among some of the nicest and cleanest in the world, and a stay in an Amsterdam hostel will often be a delight. Though you won’t find Amsterdam hostels differentiated by luxury and budget, since they are all geared toward budget traveling, you can find information below about some of the most popular hostels Amsterdam has to offer.
This is one of the closest hostels Amsterdam has to offer to the Van Gogh Museum. Hotel AnneMarie is a combination of a hotel and a budget hotel in the center of Amsterdam. This Amsterdam hostel is located next to the best places in Amsterdam like Van Gogh museum and the city park Vondelpark.
This Amsterdam youth hostel is located right in the heart of downtown Amsterdam. The hostel entrance is in Amsterdam"s busiest shopping street is a perfect place to kick-start your night of club, pub and coffee shop hopping. The Flying Pig is close to the Red Light District and plenty of other fun activities, and is one of the most popular Amsterdam youth hostels.
Amsterdam Youth Hostel Meeting Point
One of the most popular hostels in Amsterdam, the Meetingpoint is also located downtown. The hostel is situated in the heart of the centre of Amsterdam, just 2 minutes walk from Central Station. It is close to all main public transportation, and also to the Red Light District. This is one of the hostels Amsterdam offers with mixed dorm rooms with 12 to 18 beds. They have no curfew and the hostel bar is also open 24 hours only for the hostel guests.
Formerly a monastery built at the turn of the century, Euphemia Hotel is a hostel with basic facilities and a various room types: 4 person dorms, triples, doubles and singles. It is in close proximity to all the main tourist attractions within the city center, including includes the Heineken Brewery, Leidseplein, the museums and nightlife area.
Although these are just a few of the hundreds of hostels in Amsterdam, you will hopefully have a sense of what is offered at Amsterdam hostels, and how to find them.