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Featured Hostels in Amsterdam
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What are the top Amsterdam youth hostels?
- Amsterdam Hostel Centre: Free toiletries and free WiFi are two perks at this centrally located hostel in the CBD. It’s a 15-minute walk from the Museumkwartier, where you can visit the famous Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Moco and more.
- Flying Pig Downtown Youth Hostel: The lounge at the Flying Pig is hopping until 3 a.m., so it’s a great place to make friends with fellow travellers. Free WiFi and daily housekeeping are added perks, and historical spots like the New Church and the Royal Palace are a few blocks away.
What are the best Amsterdam backpacker hostels?
- Amigo Budget Hostel: If your bank account is your biggest concern, cheap hostels in Amsterdam like the Amigo are your go-to. There’s free WiFi in all rooms, computer stations, and a fridge in the shared kitchen. Rent a bike next door at Black Bikes Oostpoort and explore the city—you’ll be a 10-minute ride from spots like the Rembrandt House Museum and Veretzmuseum Amsterdam.
- Intersail Hostel: Float through your holiday at this memorable Amsterdam hostel—it’s on a boat! Stay shipshape and take advantage of the complimentary breakfast on the open-air deck, relax in the library, or use the free WiFi to upload pics of your unique living space.
What are hostels like in Amsterdam?
Hostels in Amsterdam are lively, social, and a great way to experience the city. Many hostels have on-site restaurants, bars, or communal kitchens where you can socialise and meet like-minded new friends. Plus, there are hostels all over the city, so whether you’re in Amsterdam to party or to take in the history and culture, you’ll find plenty of options near top attractions.