Top hostels in Amsterdam
Netherlands,  Western Europe

Top hostels in Amsterdam/Netherlands

A lot of things come to my mind when I think about Amsterdam – some of them could be familiar to you as well – Red Light District, coffee shops, canals or a lot of famous museums like Ann Frank Huis or Rembrant House Musem. What‘s more – based on the youth hostels Amsterdam offers is obvious that staying in a hostel in this city has a long history. And not only for young people – you can really pick from a large count of budget hostels, family hostels or party hostels – whatever you are looking for, you can find it in Amsterdam for sure!

When I have visited Amsterdam a few years ago I was very impressed by its beauty. What I really liked was how many young people were there, partying on the boats along the whole city center and the pleasant atmosphere all over! I am absolutely sure I will return to Amsterdam once again to visit properly most of the museums the city offers and probably pick some special type of hostel as some eco-hostel or even a boat hostel!

There is a lot of things to do in Amsterdam, we can agree on that for sure. Let‘s now look at some basic information about this popular tourist destination: Amsterdam is the capital city of the Netherlands, not one of the oldest cities, but definitely the most popular in the Netherlands. It is also one of the top financial centers in Europe as many large Dutch institutions have their headquarters there, including Philips, TomTom, and ING. Also, a lot of the world’s largest companies are based in Amsterdam or have established their European headquarters in the city, such as leading technology companies Uber, Netflix and Tesla.

The top hostels in Amsterdam/Netherlands

The Port of Amsterdam is the fifth largest in Europe, if you travel by plane you would be maybe interested that Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is the busiest airport in the Netherlands, and the third busiest in Europe.  Did you know the Canals of Amsterdam were listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites? Cool, isn‘t it? No wonder Amsterdam is also called “Venice of the North”.

If you have ever been to Amsterdam, you can probably confirm that streets interlaced by the canals offer a very pleasant walking experience – almost pity to use some kind of public transport. But be aware of the cyclist as they are everywhere! You can either envy them the freedom and ecological way of transport or simply hire a bike and enjoy the ride as well – this is one of the things I would do next time when coming to Amsterdam for sure!

Let‘s now look at the top 10 hostels in Amsterdam. No matter if you have your flight ticket already or just planning a visit to this vibrant city, just relax and follow us on the journey of discovering the top hostels in Amsterdam!

#1 ClinkNoord Hostel

 

ClinkNoord Hostel

ClinkNOORD is located in Amsterdam Noord – a creative neighborhood just a short hop from the city center. You can get to Centraal Station in 10 minutes for free on the ferry, which runs 24 hours a day. Around the hostel, it’s a culture seeker’s dream; you’ll find art studios, cafés with waterfront terraces and some classic Dutch architecture.

There are variable rooms available, whether you’re flying solo and fancy bunking in a shared dorm, or you’re coupled up and looking for a private space. Most of the rooms have en-suite bathrooms. Each bunk has its own light and USB socket to keep your phone fully charged, and hand luggage-sized lockers so you can safely stow your stuff. Just remember to bring a padlock. Linen is also included in the price, but take your towel or hire one at the front desk.

ClinkNoord Hostel_room

Reception is open 24/7, you can book discounted tour tickets, and join the free walking tour that leaves from here every day. When hunger strikes, cook in the modern kitchen or grab a bite in the ZincBAR or CatalystCAFE. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the building and a peaceful library. There is breakfast served each morning (not for free, but very well evaluated by former visitors).  This property is wheelchair friendly, which is always a big plus!

Pros and cons of ClinkNoord Hostel

Pros

  • Various dorms and rooms offered
  • Wheelchair friendly property
  • Evening events
  • Meals available
  • Free walking tours

Cons

  • Breakfast for a fee
  • Small shared kitchen
  • Smaller rooms than shown on pictures
  • No chairs and tables in the rooms

#2 Flying Pig Downtown

 

Flying pig downtown

 

Start your Amsterdam adventure at the Flying Pig Downtown, right in the heart of the city! Located right on Amsterdam’s busiest shopping street, Nieuwendijk, where you can shop all day – and party all night. It’s easy to get here: Centraal Station is just a five-minute walk away and runs trains to and from Schiphol Airport every 10 minutes.

There are mixed and female-only dorms, where bunks have handy reading lights, and cozy private rooms come complete with TVs and mini-fridges. All beds come with free linen, so you can give your sleeping bag a break. Carrying valuables? Rooms have individual lockers for your cameras or phones – bring a padlock or pick one up from reception. The free Wi-Fi is perfect for planning your day.

Flying pig downtown

Want to explore the city but don’t know where to start? Join a free walking tour that runs from the hostel every day. You’ll get a handy city map plus discounts on things to do! Get into deep conversations with like-minded travelers over drinks in our bar. They host regular DJ nights so you can dance until dawn right here under our roof. If you want a night off, make dinner in the guest kitchen – take it out onto our outdoor terrace for sunset views.

Pros and cons of Flying Pig Downtown

Pros

  • Various dorms and rooms offered
  • Outdoor terrace available
  • Equipped kitchen available
  • Free walking tours
  • Party hostel

Cons

  • Breakfast for a fee
  • Towels not included in the price
  • Party hostel – possible noise in the night

#3 Stayokay Amsterdam Vondelpark

 

Stayokay Amsterdam Vondelpark

Stayokay Hostel Amsterdam is located in the heart of the Vondelpark and offers a view on the green surroundings. They’re just a 10-minute stroll from two of Europe’s best art museums: the Van Gogh Museum and the Rijksmuseum. The accommodation includes free WiFi access throughout the whole building.

Whether you book one of their private rooms or choose a mixed or single-sex dorm, you’ll find airy spaces with high ceilings, unique décor, and original wall art. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, plus individual lockers for keeping your belongings under padlock and key. Don’t worry if you forget your lock: you can buy one from reception. Fresh bed linen’s included too, just take your own towel.

Stayokay Amsterdam Vondelpark

Breakfast is available in the morning for a fee. Guests can also relax and have a drink or snack in Brasserie Bite & Drink. The lively Leidse Square has situated a 5-minute walk away and offers plenty of bars and restaurants. Trams 1, 2 and 5 at Leidse Square offer direct access to Amsterdam Central Station. Guests can explore the surroundings by bicycle as Stayokay Vondelpark provides a rental service.

Pros and cons of Stayokay Amsterdam Vondelpark

Pros

  • Various dorms and rooms offered
  • Free tours available
  • Meals available
  • Facilities for disabled guests

Cons

  • Breakfast for a fee
  • Towels not included in the price

#4 Hostelle – Female Only Hostel

 

Hostelle - female only hostel

 

Hostelle is the first and only all-female hostel in Amsterdam. Hostelle was started with the idea to provide a safe and fun place for women who are traveling to Amsterdam to stay so that you only need to focus on sightseeing and enjoying yourself while you are here.

Hostelle offers shared dormitories with 4-, 8-, and 10- beds. The dorms all have bunkbeds. Every bed has its own shelf and free locker to keep your valuables and a table with chairs. You will find comfy beds and soft, fluffy pillows. Linen is included (but take your towel with you or hire one on the reception), the reading light is supplied upon request.

Hostelle - female only hostel

Every dorm has its own theme. Some rooms have been decorated by local artists from Amsterdam. There are a vending machine and tea and coffee facilities available in this property, breakfast nor any other meal is being served in this property, be aware of that before you go! But, you can find a lot of interesting restaurants nearby the property, or you can cook something in their shared kitchen.

Pros and cons of Hostelle - Female only hostel

Pros

  • Female hostel only
  • Original decoration
  • Bicycle Hire
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Great value for money

Cons

  • Meals not included
  • Reading lights only upon request
  • 20 minutes train ride to the city center

#5 CityHub Amsterdam

 

City Hub Amsterdam

CityHub is a brand new type of hotel – partially hostel due to communal feel and hotel because of offered privacy. At CityHub is this clever combined: more than enough ways to mingle and your very own, private cabin – locally called Hubs. Each Hub has a giant, double bed, wifi, app-controlled lighting, and a personal audio streaming system. Comfy, indeed.

This hostel is located right next to Amsterdam’s De Hallen, one of the hottest and happening places in Amsterdam. Their CityHost is here 24/7 to help you discover the beauty of the city as much as you can. Not just the touristy spots, but genuine Amsterdam as it is happening right here, right now. A free mobile WiFI Hotspot is available.

CityHub Amsterdam_room

You can enjoy free linen in the room/hub as well as towel.  Breakfast is available, but for an additional fee. You can also hire a bike in this property. Former visitors mainly appreciate the location, helpful and kind staff, cleanness and comfortable beds.

Pros and cons of CityHub Amsterdam

Pros

  • Privacy in your own hub
  • Towel included in the price
  • Bar & Cafe available
  • Suitable for solo travelers

Cons

  • Breakfast for a fee
  • The city center is 2 km away

#6 St. Christopher‘s at The Winston

 

Travelers keen to get in on Amsterdam’s action will find St Christopher’s at The Winston to be a perfect base. Located right in the heart of this cultural city, and if you’re here to party you’ll find plenty of bars and clubs on the doorstep. You can join a walking tour to discover the city on foot or head to the beer garden and downstairs bar to make some new friends.

Budget-friendly dorms are bright and modern, giving you a laid-back space to rest and recuperate. There is also a lift to take you upstairs. Mixed and female-only dorms are available, as well as private rooms, all with private bathrooms. Wi-Fi is free, so you can keep up with your social feeds and post photos of your adventures. Towels and bed linen are included, so you can pack light.

St. Christophers at the winston

Get involved in their hearty continental breakfast which is available to buy every day. Hostel guests get a 25% discount on food, as well as 2-for-1 deals on drinks at Belushi’s bar and restaurant.  Try your hand at a few games of pool, take a seat in the smoking room or use one of the available computers to update your blog or send a couple of emails back home. Leave your stuff in the storage room after check-out for a hands-free last day.

Pros and cons of St. Christopher‘s at The Winston

Pros

  • Party hostel
  • Various dorms and rooms offered
  • Towels included in the price
  • Meals available

Cons

  • Breakfast for a fee
  • Could be a noise due to parties in the night
  • Not suitable for families
  • Adults only hostel

#7 Meininger Amsterdam City West

 

Meininger Amsterdam City West

Meininger Amsterdam City West has all the town’s best bits on our doorstep. The hostel is just moments from the party center of Amsterdam, with plenty of pubs and clubs to choose from. Try a few cocktails from the on-site bar or pick up some Dutch waffles and head to some of the common room to put your feet up.

Getting to this hostel is easy as they’re located right opposite Sloterdijk Station. A 15-minute train ride from Airport Schiphol lands you directly at the station. Want to discover the popular sites in the old town? The tram will take you to Centraal Station in 15 minutes or less (only 6km from us).


Meininger Amsterdam City West

The key card-accessible en-suite rooms will make you feel right at home, with single, double and multi-bed dorms to choose from. Bed linen is included, but take your towel or you can hire one at the reception! TVs are also provided in each room, so you can chill, grab some popcorn and settle into a classic movie.

If you fancy a quiet night in, cook some snacks for your friends in the guest kitchen or play a few rounds of foosball or pool in the games area. Been traveling elsewhere? Washing machine and dryer make laundry easy. Thanks to free Wi-Fi, you can catch up with friends and family any time of the day without draining your data. On a road trip? They‘ll save you a parking spot right outside!

Pros and cons of Meininger Amsterdam City West

Pros

  • Various dorms and rooms offered
  • Suitable for families
  • TV in each room
  • Guest kitchen available
  • Parking without a problem
  • Facilities for disabled guests

Cons

  • Breakfast for a fee
  • Towels not included in price

#8 Flying Pig Uptown

 

Flying Pig Uptown

This backpackers hostel is located directly next to the famous Vondelpark, just an 8-minute walk from Leidseplein. The Flying Pig Uptown features a 24-hour front desk and a bar. Most of the dormitory rooms come with bunk beds and a shared shower and toilet facilities. Some rooms have an en suite bathroom. Almost every bed in dorms has a reading light, (including both our single and queen-size bunk beds) and free individual lockers in the rooms (bring your own padlock or buy one at reception for €3.50).

The Pig has been world-famous for its laid back atmosphere, with a hostel bar that everyone keeps talking about and friendly, helpful staff. There is a guest kitchen and an indoor smoking area where you’ll meet plenty of fellow travelers. Lively bar has regular event nights, the cheapest beer in town and daily drinks specials!

 

Flying Pig Uptown

 

There is a breakfast buffet available each morning at The Flying Pig. You can enjoy a drink in the hostel’s bar, which also has a smoking room. There is a wide variety of cafes and restaurants in the direct surroundings. Museumplein is a 5-minute walk from The Flying Pig. From the tram stop there you have direct links to the Canal Belt, Rembrandtplein, Dam Square, and Amsterdam Central Station.

Pros and cons of Flying Pig Uptown

Pros

  • Various dorms and rooms offered
  • Cheap beer at the bar
  • Fully equipped guest kitchen
  • Bar and Café available in the property
  • Smoking rooms and areas available

Cons

  • Breakfast for a fee (€ 4)
  • Towels not included in the price
  • Smoking rooms and areas available

#9 Cocomama

 

Cocomama

Cocomama offers the best of both worlds in a super central location in Amsterdam. The luxury and comfort of a hotel and the atmosphere (and budget) of a hostel. The rooms are all Holland themed and range from private doubles to 6-bed dorms (and everything in between). You might share a bathroom in some of the dorms, but those luxurious mattresses and feather duvets are everywhere.

Set in Amsterdam and with Heineken Experience reachable within 600 meters, Cocomama offers express check-in and check-out, non-smoking rooms, a shared lounge, free WiFi throughout the property and a garden. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. The accommodation features a shared kitchen, a concierge service and organizing tours for guests.

Cocomama

Even more importantly, at MAMA, you’re not on your own. Travel stories are shared, as is the dinner table. It’s a place where you’ll make friends and hang out with other international trotters alike in the private garden or common room, or perhaps cook dinner in the fully-equipped kitchen (perfect to keep costs down).

Pros and cons of Cocomama

Pros

  • Fantastic coffee
  • Holland themed rooms
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Terrace and Garden offered
  • Suitable for families and couples

Cons

  • Breakfast for a fee
  • Towels are not included in the price
  • Front desk limited hours

#10 Ecomama

 

Ecomama

Ecomama is a chilled, sociable spot to stay during your Amsterdam city break, tucked down a quiet street just a 10-minute walk to the eclectic city center. Whether you’re traveling with friends or flying solo, this eco-conscious hostel has a cozy community vibe, with the hallmarks of a hip boutique hotel.

If you want a base to mingle with other guests, go for a shared dorm. If you’re a solo female traveler they’ve got female-only dorms too. Beds come with a power socket and reading light to save you rummaging in your backpack in the dark. After your own private space? Treat yourself to double deluxe or superior rooms, complete with linen and towels plus en-suite bathrooms.

Borrow one of the hostel bikes to explore the city like a local. Or hang out with other travelers in the living room and kitchen, complete with swinging-chairs and a communal table for trying the local beer. Love a cozy night in? Put your feet up and watch a movie in Teepee tents with a salmon bagel from THE FIX – the on-site café. If you’re traveling for longer, you’ll be pleased to know all dorms have a large luggage locker to stow your suitcase – bring a padlock, or buy one at reception.

Pros and cons of Ecomama

Pros

  • Unique and cool equipment
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Meals available (for a fee)
  • Outdoor terrace
  • Suitable for couples

Cons

  • Breakfast for a fee
  • Towels are not included in the price
  • Front desk limited hours

 

23 Comments

  • Benny

    it is such a great and nice feeling to know that someone will create a great website like this and also create a write up on an article like this. It is no news that Amsterdam has some of the greatest hotels in Netherland but the explicit description that you have given is awesome and it will help with deciding to choose one the hotels

    • Renata

      Hello Benny!

      Thank you for your kind comment and for stopping by! I am always happy to show something useful to other people e.g. how to travel cheaply and have great accommodation for a reasonable price. This is the purpose of our website.

      We wish you all the best and looking forward to hearing from you soon!

      Bye Renata

  • Shanta Rahman

    Thank you so much for giving us such a wonderful article and I went to Netherland a while ago .I got up at the ClinkNOORD Hotel on your article for my vacation and my vacation was very nice. My family is very happy. This hotel is located in Amsterdam Noord .Surrounding the hostel is the dream of a culture finder .I’ve got art studios, cafes with waterfront terraces and some classic Dutch architecture .This hotel has free Wi-Fi and a peaceful library .And through your article everyone will know more details, as well as they will benefit greatly and your article will be very helpful for them to travel to the Netherlands. 

    My friend will be visiting the Netherlands soon and I will get your article to her. Hope she will benefit and share her new experiences with you.

    • Renata

      Hello Shanta!

      Thank you for your kind comment and for visiting our website!

      Hopefully, you will have chance to try some of the listed hostels and let us know your kind opinion about it. We try to do our best to show the best hostels in the city so the backpackers are enough information to choose wisely their future place to stay.

      Have a great day and we are looking forward to hearing from you soon!

      Bye Renata

  • Jan

    Hey!
    Since I was a child I never liked to travel, but my preferences have changed and now I am crazy about visiting other countries and go to places I have never been to before. I think your website will help a lot of people choosing the right hotel for their stay. I love the charts of pros and cons, states clearly what is important for us. You are doing a great job for Europe, but why stop there?

    Much love,
    Jan

    • Renata

      Hello Jan!

      This question about to stopping in Europe gave me more people already and I cannot honestly say I will stop or why I should not, but Europe is my home continent I love to travel across, each year visiting several cities and destinations and so far my heart is in Europe:).

      But, no one never knows so let´s see later on where it goes:).

      Anyway, thank you for visiting my website and for your kind comment and I wish you a lot of great experience during traveling and hopefully, my website helps you somehow as well.

      Bye Renata

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    • Renata

      Hello and thank you for visiting our website hostelsmania.com!

      We really appreciate your kind comment! We are here to show the best hostels in European cities and will be happy when it helps people to discover great properties for a reasonable price – so the money could be spending for some museums or other places visits or discovering the gastronomy, etc. This is our goal and hopefully, we will fulfill the purpose as we wish to!

      Have a great time and we are looking forward to hearing from you soon.

      Bye Renata

  • akon

    Always love to visit a busy and lovely city like Amsterdam, I adore the crazy airport that fascinates me and one as busy as that of Amsterdam, I can’t wait to land there. And also thanks for the Canals you just mentioned. I hope to meet you here when I am ready to visit this amazing City. I also love the structure of your awesome site.

    • Renata

      Dear Akon,

      Your comment make us really proud on the website we have created, we are here to show the best hostels and hope we will give some good advice to travelers on how to travel within budget.

      Thank you again and wish you all the best!

      Bye Renata

  • Md Millat

    Thank you for sharing such a great article with us. Last week, my wife and I moved out to the Netherlands. My wife likes to roam around so she goes out whenever I have a vacation. I grew up in Flying Pig Downtown and the atmosphere is so beautiful. There are many state-of-the-art shopping malls, including free WiFi party centers. We were there for two days and two days was a joyous moment. My wife is very happy with it and I want to visit this place again. My social media must be shared so my friends can go there.

    • Renata

      Hello!

      You are so kind to share our article to your friends as well and providing your experience about the Flying PIg Hostel. We simply cannot have experience with all the properties:) so we are always happy when someone share his experience about some of the listed hostel!

      Thank you for your kind comment and for stopping by!

      Bye Renata

  • Yalqun

    Totally amazed by the content. As a shy and socially inactive person, I always want to try my best to reach out to people and get socialized. But I always feel it hard to find a way to out. And Amsterdam was one of my options when I was deciding to have my master’s degree and also for travel or course. It is a great place. Now, I find that I can get socialized and enjoy Amsterdam at the same time. I have never tried a hostel. It seems that is a great solution for me. Really thank you for the information.

    • Renata

      Hello!

      Yes, hostels are great places to stay in, have a great time, socialize and save money same time. I have only great experience with staying in hostels, therefore I wanted to share it with others as well – so they don’t need to by shy to travel solo and stay in hostel to meet other people – when you try it once, I believe you won’t to do it over and over again:).

      Anyway, thank you for your kind comment and for stopping by and I wish you all the best!

      Bye Renata

  • Nimrodngy

    Amsterdam is one of the cities I dream of going to. Going with my friends here, we always try to take advantage of the things we cannot do in our country (I think you know what I’m talking about). We do not do this excessively, but it is very fun especially because the city of Amsterdam is full of tourists and we are all like a family here. My favorite is Stayokay Amsterdam Vondelpark. A big advantage are those rooms in which we can stay 6 people. Given that we are still students, we are accustomed to living from student dormitories and we certainly felt at home. I heard that the food here is very good and the Dutch very friendly. Thank you very much!

  • Changingworldnews

    A totally complete article with very great content. I live in Germany, Bremen, which is not very far from Amsterdam, so I frequent there for holidays. it is a great place to visit. The people are very sociable and the city is so beauty to have a luxurious vacation. The review on these top hostels will benefit me a lot, as the city is quite expensive and getting to know about such nice hostels which one can stay comfortably, almost just like staying in a hotel will benefit me a lot. The content of article is very nice, and navigating through the various content is so simple because of the table of content added to the article. The ClinkNOORD hostel has caught my interest very much and will like to stay there in my next visit.

    Thanks for sharing this article. Great work!

  • Matiss

    Such a great article. And an amazing intro. I mean, you summed it up pretty nicely, to say the least. Also, I had no idea Uber, Netflix, and Tesla have their European headquarters there. I didn’t also know about the Canals of Amsterdam. In a sense, even more, reasons to visit it once all of the Coronavirus stuff settles.

    Yeah, with the number one, I think you hit the nail right on the head. And the cons really don’t bother me. I mean, I would be out and about almost all of the waking time anyway. Can’t wait for the Vondelpark and the Royal Palace.

    Again, I really appreciate the article! Thank you.

  • Ivan

    I have plans to visit Netherland in the near future and Amsterdam is, of course, the top destination. I’m just collecting information for now, and this article was extremely useful. But I think I’m going to hit London, England, first. I live in Ireland, and I’m planning a trip across the EU to my country, Croatia. So it’s logical to start from England. Do you have a list of top hostels in London too? If not, could you create one? Thanks in advance.

  • Md. Asraful Islam

    Thank you for discussing Top Hostel in the Netherlands.When a person travels from his home country to a foreign country, the first one will be a good hotel. This article will help any to find a good hotel in the Netherland. The Netherlands is a wonderful place for traveling thieves.Tourists from far away flock to see the beautiful natural surroundings of different historical places of the Netherlands.For these tourists, the top hotels in the Netherlands that the author mentions here are truly remarkable.I would like to share about these different hotels with my friends on Facebook account if you allow.

  • Abushyed

    Hello 

    You write about Top hostels in Amsterdam/Netherlands. I am going to the Netherlands next week. I am very happy to read your article and i know many things about hostels in Amsterdam/Netherlands. Your article is very important and informative. I am happy to read this article. I am sharing this article with my friends. Best of luck for you and your website. Keep posting this type of article. 

    Thank you

  • Patricia

    This was a very informative article. I had no idea that some of the door beds were so inexpensive in the hostels. It sounds like a great way to adorably travel in Amsterdam and see the incredible city. I booked marked this article so I can check prices and compare all these incredible hotels when I am ready to go there. I would love to see Amsterdam, especially after your article. It would be incredible and the hostels are more modern than I had thought. I love the female only hostel so that women can travel with less worry. Thank you!

  • Evagreene

    Happy to see this article here,  I and  my friends  went to  Netherlands for  vacation and visit and we  choose to use the Amsterdam hostel, but though we  refuse to stay in  the same hostel because we  wont be able to get  views  of the whole  hostels. I went for  the Clink nord hostel, one of my friend went for  the Ecomama hostel and the other went for Flying pig uptown. We enjoyed  our stay, their services and lots more and guess what, they are planning on visiting  again to try other hostels,  and trust me I wouldn’t  want  to miss out  on any of the fun. 

    Thanks for the article. 

  • sabrinamou

    Thanks a lot for such an amazing article about Top hostels in Amsterdam/Netherlands.I’m glad I found this article.A very good article with useful information, one of the best I have read. I think this article will be very useful for their family, who will be traveling to Amsterdam/Netherlands. I will definitely share this article with my friends. By reading your article I have known a lot about hostels in Amsterdam/Netherlands. Thanks again for this post. 

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