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Haarlem – 3 hostels found
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Hello I'm Local - Boutique Hostel

Haarlem

Hello I'm Local offers private rooms as well as dormitories in the city centre of Haarlem, 1,200 metres from the central station.

Each room is designed by the students of the interior design school in Haarlem. Guests can enjoy drinks at the bar and local snacks in the café. Free WiFi is offered in the common living room. The place is amazing. Ste stuff ua wert friendly and felpfull. Great quiet location near the city center. The brakefast was decent.

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8.8
Excellent
901 reviews

Stayokay Hostel Haarlem

Haarlem

The dormitories are well-kept and have bunk beds. Each dormitory has its own bathroom. If you would like more privacy, you may like to book a room with just 2 beds.

The hostel serves a good breakfast each morning and gives you the opportunity to make a lunch package as well at a surcharge. There is a large terrace on the waterfront where you can sit and enjoy the sun. Guests can have a drink and a chat in the accommodation's cafe The Shuffle. Close to the main road, really convenient for traveller.

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7.7
Good
808 reviews

Tiny Private City Rooms Haarlem

Haarlem

Located in Haarlem, within 17 km of Keukenhof and 19 km of Anne Frank House, Tiny Private City Rooms Haarlem provides free WiFi throughout the property. The property is situated 19 km from Royal Palace Amsterdam, 22 km from Dam Square and 23 km from Vondelpark. The hostel features family rooms. perfect city location, very small sleeping area and lots of hair in b

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6.6
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60 reviews

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