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Stayokay Amsterdam Zeeburg has opened its doors July 2007. The new IYHF hostel is situated east of the centre in a typical Amsterdam neighbourhood. The city?s must-see attractions are but a fifteen-minute cycle or tram trip away. Take a tour of the canals by boat, visit world famous museums or head off shopping along the colourful Kalverstraat. And there?s always plenty to do at the hostel in the evening!
Stayokay Amsterdam Zeeburg is housed in an amazing building: a former school dating from around 1900. This enables visitors to enjoy the ultra-modern facilities in classical settings. The hostel is ideally suited to accommodate (large) groups, providing access to various multifunctional areas within the building. The bedrooms are all spacious, featuring private sanitary facilities. All rooms are designed by the famous Dutch designer Edward van Vliet. Stayokay will have its own café/restaurant and will be sharing the building with a cinema and theatre ? a truly fantastic entertainment combination!
Rooms are available from 2 PM onwards. However, you are more than welcome to check in early (24/7), store your luggage in one of the lockers and start your day in Amsterdam!
Hostelling International members will receive ? 2,50 discount per person per night.
Breakfast & City-tax (5%) included.
From Central Station: Bus 22 direction Indische buurt, stop Muiderpoort station and then a 6 min walk: follow Insulindeweg till Sumatrastraat and turn left, follow Sumatrastraat till you see the hostel in front of you.
From Dam-square take Tram 14 direction Flevopark, stop Zeeburgerdijk and then a 150 metres walk
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