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Hostel 45

Purmerend

Hostel 45 is offering accommodation in Purmerend. Among the facilities at this property are a shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the property.

Amsterdam is 19 km from the hostel, while Zandvoort is 46 km away. The nearest airport is Schiphol Airport, 36 km from Hostel 45. I loved how the bunks were separated. The owner was incredibly kind, and I only have good things to say about the people who worked here. Best of all, the cost was amazing, especially for a hostel just under an hour away from Amsterdam.

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8
Very Good
367 reviews

City Trip Hostels Amsterdam-Purmerend

Purmerend

Situated in Purmerend, City Trip Hostels Amsterdam-Purmerend has a garden, terrace and free WiFi throughout the property. The accommodation features a tour desk, and luggage storage for guests.

Amsterdam is 16 km from the hostel, while Noordwijk aan Zee is 45 km from the property. The nearest airport is Schiphol Airport, 26 km from City Trip Hostels Amsterdam-Purmerend. The capsule bed was clean and really comfortable. Staff was very friendly and professional. The hostel is in the center of Purmerend and has excellent bus connections with Amsterdam and other cities in North-Holland. They also had a good breakfast deal (6 euro) with a restaurant just around the corner.

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8.7
Excellent
61 reviews

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