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The Hague – 3 hostels found
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Stayokay Den Haag

The Hague City Center, The Hague

Individual guests, families, schools, sports teams and businesses: everyone is welcome in the hostel Stayokay Den Haag. It offers free WiFi access throughout the entire hotel and complimentary breakfast. The staff are nice and the breakfast was amazing.

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8
Very Good
1,758 reviews

Pink Flamingo Boutique Hostel

The Hague City Center, The Hague

Located in The Hague and with New Babylon reachable within 3.2 km, Pink Flamingo Boutique Hostel provides concierge services, non-smoking rooms, a shared lounge, free WiFi and a garden. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. The accommodation offers a shared kitchen and luggage storage space for guests. The people who work at the hostel are very loved and make us feel at home❤️❤️❤️ Very helpful staff😘😘😘

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8.6
Excellent
325 reviews

Hostel The Golden Stork

The Hague City Center, The Hague

Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Hostel The Golden Stork offers accommodation in The Hague. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar.

New Babylon is 900 metres from Hostel The Golden Stork, while Paleis Huis Ten Bosch is 2.6 km away. Rotterdam The Hague Airport is 16 km from the property. Everything . The staff were so nice and friendly and the hostel location is great and they wait me for late time to do check-in

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7.2
Good
660 reviews

Hostels – what are they?

Hostels offer so much more than a cheap place to stay – they're also a fun way to travel and meet like-minded people. Common areas like shared kitchens and game rooms give you the chance to swap tips, tricks, and travel stories with backpackers from all over the world. <br><br> Hostels have come a long way since the first youth hostel opened back in 1912. Nowadays there's something for everyone, from budget "crash pads" to 5-star "poshtels." Whether you'd prefer a bed in a shared dorm or your own private room, you'll see that most hostels are cheaper than local hotels – and a lot more fun, too!

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