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It is close to the world-famous Concertgebouw concert hall, but any relationship between both places would be far-fetched. Ditto for the main museums: the styles do not match.
The house is decorated with what I would call non-taste: inconsistent wall colours, wrong choices everywhere, etc....More
Do not stay here on any terms! It terrible.
For a room of 12, we have to share only 1 toilet and 1 shower in the same bathroom.
Also there’s loads of building work being done! So it shouldn’t really be open.
In the morning...More
The best part of the hostel is that it's located in a great area, with lots of restaurants and bars around. The museum and a supermarket is also right across the street. The rooms are a little cramped and stuffy, since the 6 bunk bed...More
We saw a rat and the kitchen was so dirty and small that we almost couldn't cook. They asked us to pay if we wanted to leave the luggage after check out and the toilets were a disaster. In addition, there was a reform going...More
The hostel isn't very pleasant, but it only costed 14 euro's for a night so at that rate you shouldn't complain. The only thing that I do find annoying where the other guests I had to share the room with. They where very inconsiderate. Coming...More
Top sites to see in this attractive and affluent part of town include the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum, to name but two of the highly acclaimed museums of the aptly named Museum Quarter. And if you need a break from all the fantastic art, there’s the Neoclassical Concertgebouw music hall and Vondelpark, the city’s largest park. Shopaholics and luxury brand connoisseurs will love exploring the high-end shopping
destinations of PC Hooftstraat, Van Baerlestraat, Cornelis Schuytstraat, and Jacob Obrechtstraat, where even the shop window displays are of museum quality. In the evenings, when the museums close and the daytrippers head home, the area becomes a quiet oasis of calm with a sophisticated and urbane tone.