The Hostelle was very close to the arena which was the reason for our visit and was easy to get to once you'd found it the first time. It was ok for what you paid, I stayed with 4 friends and we were allocated room 15 which was next to the common area. The room was tiny, there were 2 bunks side by side length ways and then approximately slightly less than a meter between the bed and the wall. The room had one window which did not open and only 2 plug sockets which was a problem when we wanted to charge our phones. The room was very dark. The bathrooms were spacious and the showers were great,however I must add that somebody had shaved (god knows what) in one of the sinks and the large amount of lengthy stubble remained in that sink the whole weekend. I didn't have breakfast as I didn't feel it was value for money, but that's my choice. The free wifi was great. The staff were very helpful. On our checkout day we felt rushed to get out of the room as the cleaners kept trying to come in from 10am. I saw a couple of other rooms which looked spacious and had windows that opened. Overall I would stay again, but definitely not in room 15. I feel that this review is fair and honest.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hostelle, the first all-female hostel in Amsterdam, is a unique, beautifully decorated and affordable hostel in Amsterdam. The hostel is only accessible for women and has everything a girl or woman needs. Hostelle is easily accessible by public transportation and close to musical venues like the Heineken Music Hall and the Ziggo Dome. ... more less
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