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The novelty of being on a boat in Amsterdam is not to be missed! This is a great option for those on a budget. You won't get much cheaper than this and you don't have share a dorm room!
There are a few pros and...More
Stayed at the hostel first week of September and could not have found it any better. We were greeted warmly the first night there and offered a different room for the rest of our stay (with better views) without us even having to ask! Rooms...More
Went on a 12 day euro trip visiting four countries with 2 other friends....
The bad - can only use the showers at certain times of the day, REALLY SMALL rooms (I felt pretty clusterphobic with 3 people in total in our room), the soap...More
It was new and interesting to sleep on a boat, but overall I found the hostel to be below average compared to others I have stayed in.
Receptionist: friendly and helpful.
Room: tiny best describes them. The room periodically smelt of sewage, when a toilet...More
This hotel boat was great. The view of Amsterdam is amazing. It is also about a 10 minute walk from the city center, which makes sightseeing easy and convenient. The breakfast is good and the staff is wonderful. One of the gentlemen even got us...More
$80 - $98 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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A visit to Amsterdam’s Eastern Docklands presents the opportunity to marvel at its many modern architectural masterpieces like the Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam and the beguiling Python Bridge while taking in its scenic waterfront with its trendy assortment of cafés, restaurants, bars, and clubs. Here in this post-industrial (though in some parts still very much presently industrial) neighborhood, you’ll find a
smart selection of cool galleries and shops as well as the kid-friendly Science Center NEMO and the National Maritime Museum.