Hostels in Amsterdam from £57

Choose from over 1,000,000 unique hotels, apartments & villas around the world

Get the best price available with ebookers Price Guarantee

Free cancellation on most hotels when you book with ebookers!*

Check Hostel availability in Amsterdam

Featured Hostels in Amsterdam and around

Don't see what you're looking for?
See all available properties in Amsterdam
View all properties
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Amsterdam Hostels

What is the top Amsterdam youth hostel?

The Flying Pig Downtown Youth Hostel: Make yourself comfortable at one of the best hostels in Amsterdam. This popular youth hostel features a restaurant, billiards and free Wi-Fi, and you can get to know other travellers at the on-site bar and lounge area. Take a 6-minute stroll to Dam Square, where you can check many iconic items off your bucket list—like snapping a picture of the National Monument and popping in for a tour of the Royal Palace. 

What are my options when it comes to booking a backpackers’ hostel in Amsterdam?

  • Amigo Budget Hostel: Offering front desk service 24/7, a computer station and on-site shop for buying last-minute snacks, this Amsterdam hostel is ideal for the backpacker on the go. During your stay, you’ll have access to free Wi-Fi and the common area with a microwave and refrigerator. For some sightseeing, ride the tram 20 minutes to the Van Gogh Museum.
  • Durty Nelly’s: With a restaurant, pub and lounge area, backpackers will find everything they need at Durty Nelly’s. Enjoy en-suite bathrooms, free Wi-Fi and free adapters for charging all your devices. When it’s time to explore the city, you’ll only be a 4-minute walk from the intriguing wax figures at Madame Tussauds. 

Is it easy to find a party hostel in Amsterdam?

ClinkNOORD Hostel: Check out one of the best hostels near Amsterdam city centre for enjoying nightlife. This 18-and-up hostel—located across the canal from central Amsterdam—hosts daily breakfast and has a café and bar on-site. The party is always going here: ZincBAR has weekly entertainment, such as live music, DJ sets, karaoke and more. If you’re feeling adventurous, take advantage of the bikes-for-hire or join the daily, free walking tours.

What is a hostel?

A hostel is a short-term, usually shared space accommodation alternative to a hotel. Hostels may include a kitchen, storage lockers, common area, and sometimes private rooms.

How cheap are hostels in Amsterdam?

Hostels in Amsterdam start as low as £57

How much is a hostel per night in Amsterdam?

Hostels in Amsterdam range from £57 to £170.