Stayokay Haarlem

Address: Jan Gijzenpad 3, Haarlem, Noord-Holland, 2024 CL, Netherlands | 2 star hostel
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This 2 star hostel, located in the Ter Kleef en Te Zaanen area of Haarlem, is near Atlantis Adventures, Butterfly Farm, Archaeological Museum of Aruba, and Sauna van Egmond.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsStayokay Haarlem

          Reviewed by tkobrien17

          Stayokay away

          Reviewed Sep 16, 2011
          by (1 review) Seattle , United States Flag of United States

          This was my first visit to a Stayokay in Holland. The service was friendly, the place was clean, cheap and accommodating. I would reccommend this to anyone. Plus the fact that they have free wifi and a bar was an awesome bonus. Oh, and bike storage!!

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Reviewed by walterc

          Cheapest option in Haarlem

          Reviewed Mar 12, 2010
          by (29 reviews) Philadelphia, PA , United States Flag of United States

          Difficult to find in the city of Haarlem (about an hour away from Amsterdam by train), the Stayokay Haarlem Hostel is a bit out-of-the way from the attractions and the train station. One has to take a bus to get there, as it is quite a distance to get there from the train station to get there by walking. Just take bus #2, and get off at the stop right in front of the hostel, which is located along in a park. The stop name is also the hostel's name. Just have to be attentive to make sure you don't miss your stop.

          Being in the only hostel in town, this is the cheapest option. Going inside the place, and walking down the hallway, it feels more like a chain hotel than a hostel. Each room has a set of bunk beds, and their own bathroom. And those rooms can be only accessed by a key card.

          Internet access and laundry are available but neither are free. Also, when doing laundry there, make sure you ask a staff to help you out, since the dials are in Dutch only.

          Also, the breakfast is very nice, an all-you-can-eat, which is more than just toast, in the dining area. The staff are nice and helpful, and the hostel is in a quiet area.

          Despite being out of the way, this place is definitely a nice place to stay at, especially at the cheap rates. And for those on a tight budget, the only option.

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          Travel Blogs from Haarlem

          Amsterdam city tour

          A travel blog entry by lynnyl on Sep 14, 2015

          7 photos

          ... goal for a society, and they claim to be the most content people in Europe! I suppose it's not much different from us saying we are a melting pot yet having had segregation and not being welcoming to new waves of immigrants.

          We walked through the Nine Streets shopping area and the flower market but our guide told us "no stopping, no shopping!" which Tim loved to repeat to me.

          The houses here are all supported ...

          The Most Interesting City in the World

          A travel blog entry by jordanhunter on Mar 24, 2015

          25 photos

          ... visit Amsterdam and come into this coffee shop.
          Back to the Red Light District. As I said, prostitution is legal in Amsterdam, and the Red Light District is where it thrives. It is called the Red Light District because the red fluorescent lights indicate a room in which one could purchase a prostitute. The only thing I will say about the Red Light District is that prostitution is very much out in the open. For me, it was a weird and uncomfortable experience, as we are ...


          A travel blog entry by on Nov 03, 2014

          6 photos

          ... Fun fact about driving through borders in Western Europe: if you are not paying close attention to the road signs, you will not even realize you are in a different country. The boarder is literally a small sign on the side of the road. They are really not worried about who or what is going in and out of all of these tiny countries. After driving in approximately twenty circles around our hostel, trying to find our hostel, we ...

          Amsterdam - Canal City

          A travel blog entry by jimtrap on Sep 02, 2014

          6 comments, 43 photos

          ... well located, is clean and has friendly and helpful staff. The rooms are of a reasonable size but in need of refurbishment - which is going to occur next year. However, the rooms are clean and we requested rooms at the back to obviate the noise of trams and traffic - for which we were accommodated. The big bonus is that is a totally non smoking hotel, fine start to the day

          Wednesday 3 Sep 14 - A clear, cool, fine start to the day. Had a great ...

          Back In The Netherlands

          A travel blog entry by karmic on Jun 06, 2014

          6 photos

          Amsterdam was basically the last day of this 27 day European tour. Had a great day, firstly doing a tour of a Diamond "factory", where we were shown a $500,000 diamond, then a canal cruise and then finished the day having a BBQ dinner with family on Peters boat in ...

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