Hostel Van Gogh
Van de Veldestraat 5, Amsterdam, Netherlands


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This modern youth accomodation is one of the best in Amsterdam Centre!!

Hostel Van Gogh is situated in the best spot in Amsterdam centre, the most vibrant centre for art, fashion and culture, with three major world famous museum just at your doorstep: Van Gogh Museum, the Rijksmuseum and the Stedelijk Art Museum.

Hostel Van Gogh provides quality facilities and designed rooms, aimed at facilitating young travellers with little demand over the comfort and quality. Free Wi-Fi in all the house. The entire house is fully centrally air-conditioned and all rooms have LCD television and a modern bathroom equipped with hairdryer. hostel provides free bed linen and towel, free shampoo and shower gel, free luggage storage, lift available , and all-you-can-eat luxury continental breakfast buffet for only 5 euros ( 100% recommended by Visitors!!!)

From the hostel, you can reach the numerous bars, shops, clubs and other sights of the city very easily. If you like exciting nightlife, the entertainment zone Leidseplein is just five minutes' walking distance, where the famous clubs 'Paradiso', 'Melkweg', 'Jimmy Woo', 'Little Buddha' or the recently renovated theatre 'DeLaMar' can be found.

Reception is open 24hrs, with no curfew. We also have bike rental and tickets for excursion, musicals and more.

To ensure everyone's comfort, Please note that there is an age restriction ( 18 - 40 yo only ) for the mixed dorms . please book private room if you are not in this age range!

Please see our Things to Note below before booking.

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Directions

From Airport:
Bus number 197 bring you directly from airport to hostel (Get off at Van Gogh Museum; return ticket costs 10euros. every 15 minutes. night bus 97 run each hour).

From Amsterdam Centraal station:
You can take tram number 2 or 5 to the Van Gogh Museum. We are on a side street - Van de veldestraat - opposite the Van Gogh Museum.
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