There are times in your life when you just need to get away from it all. For times like those, Amsterdam is the place to be. However, like many people, you may be a little strapped for cash. You should not let that stop you from visiting and enjoying Amsterdam, especially when you can both save money and sleep comfortably in Amsterdam hostels.
Prices have never been better at european hostels, including amsterdam hostels, and amenities never more luxurious, than right now. Many hostels in Amsterdam allow you to pay for your stay by using credit cards. This is very handy when you are traveling, because it keeps you from having to have cash in a certain denomination on hand, especially if you are traveling in several different countries that use different currencies.
Amsterdam hostels offer accommodations for private or shared rooms, with a greater savings typically coming from using comfortable shared rooms, which can start around seventeen US dollars a night. Private rooms at hostels in Amsterdam are also reasonably priced as well, starting around thirty-five euros, or forty-five US dollars per night. Lest you think that these hostels in Amsterdam are bare bones for these types of prices, you might be pleasantly surprised. Many offer their own in-house restaurants and bars for your convenience. Twenty-four hour reception service as well as luggage storage and private lockers are all routinely available at these hostels. Amsterdam hostelries also often are wheelchair accessible and have elevator access as well. Many Amsterdam hostels offer laundry facilities as well as kitchens and refrigerators, so if you wish you can cook some of your own meals to save even more. You can look online to find out if there is a specific group of people to which hostels in Amsterdam might cater. Sometimes children are invited to be guests at hostels.
Amsterdam visitors might also be looking for group accommodations, and this type of service is usually outlined on the European hostel’s website. There are many fun ways to travel while staying at one of these wonderful hostels. amsterdam is full of canals and waterways, so it can be fun to travel by boat. Many hostels offer bicycles that you can rent, so it is very easy to take off anytime you desire and see the city slowly, savoring it. By staying at hostels in Amsterdam, you can save money on your accommodations without sacrificing comfort in order to be able to spend it on seeing the magnificent sights of this glorious city.
When Wayne Hemrick travels he stays in hostels in amsterdam.
Question by Ken: Best place to stay in Cleveland to see the Indians and party?
Going to Cleveland in June and we are just wondering where the best place to stay is . We are seeing a ball game and then want some good place to hang and drink .
Answer by ponderingonline If you want a cheap option, check out the Cleveland Hostel in the Market District. You would be a short walk to Cleveland’s top breweries — Great Lakes and Market Garden, the West Side Market, several bars and very good restaurants. You could walk a couple blocks to the West 25th Red Line rail station and take it to Tower City, which is connected to Progressive Field by a pedestrian walkway. RTA day passes are $ 5.
The hotels that are closest to Progressive Field, and to the East 4th St. entertainment/dining district and Warehouse District clubs/restaurants include the Raddison, Residence Inn, Hyatt, and Holiday Inn Express. The more expensive Ritz and Renaissance are in Tower City, which also houses the Horseshoe Casino. Tower City also is a short walk from the other hotels mentioned, as Cleveland has a very compact downtown and free downtown bus trolleys.
The Hilton Garden Inn is close to Progressive Field, but 5-10 minutes further away from East 4th St. than the first hotels mentioned. The Marriott is another more expensive option that is very close to the Warehouse District and a short walk to East 4th St. and Tower City.
Check out parking fees and Rock Hall package deals if you’re planning to visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.
Sports bars downtown include the Winking Lizard and Harry Buffalo, both near Progressive Field. For music, check out Wilbert’s, downtown’s best dive bar, and the House of Blues.
Question by ChÃ³ Ã?: am looking for a place to stay in Singapore with a fairly cheap price (aprx. 40-60 SDG/day)?
the place should be for backpacker, with private restroom and wifi internet. It’d be best to have an air-con as well. Thanks guys!
Answer by Aidin M it think it’ll be around 10-15 usd per day, Singapore doesn’t seem to be a backpacker place, compared to the neighbors Malaysia. I am in Kuala Lumpur.
Singapore is very small.it’s just a city.don’t expect to find such places in there. but i’m not saying stop looking…..keep asking people.maybe you find.
Question by Kaizenify: is robertson quay hotel singapore a good hotel to stay at?
I was looking around at reviews and i’m trying to see what are the best but affordable hotels in Singapore. I looked at Robertson quay hotel website http://www.robertsonquayhotelsingapore.com/ and it seems like a good website/hotel but im not sure. Has anyone stayed there before and was it a good hotel?
Answer by Moonie It’s along the Singapore River, nice but a bit far from the shopping areas and nightlife of Orchard Road. You can try to stay at the YWCA, which is near Orchard Road and is inexpensive.
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Question by Lonelywolf90: Hotel stay and shopping in Singapore?
I’m going to Singapore on the 15th Dec, so I will need a lot of ideas about Singapore.
I plan to stay near Orchard road since there are many shopping malls there, am I right?
Tell me the malls there that are not too expensive to shop, I’m just a 19 year old guy going with his girlfriend on a trip.
By the way, is there a cheap hotel ranging from 70SGD – 130SGD?
It must be near Orchard road since I want it to be convenient!
Geylang is appropriate but I hope I stay in a hotel where there aren’t many prostitution activities by that area.
Please advice me and recommend me hotels.
Answer by superduper friendly guy 70SGD – 130SGD wow.. thats a lot of money! i think orchard will be toooo cheap for u
Question by madhu: the best hotel to stay with family: the broadway and Santa Grand in Little india or park royal?
where to stay in singapore with family: The broadway, the Santa Grand or Park royal Kitchener?
Answer by Alessandro I suggest Santa Grand. Give a look here to book the hotel: http://luxury.booking.com/index.en-gb.html?aid=334365;label=luxuryleibsite;sid=2df5b2c3fac52bda5cf2cb491584f1f8
Question by 4theFam: Is Hotel Royal in Macau a good place to stay in?
I want to reserve a good hotel in Macau on the New Year 2009. Can you please suggest to me a good one. I’m thinking of Hotel Royal is ok.
Answer by Nusantara
When in Macau, i stayed at Metropole Hotel. Not a good hotel, but the site was convinient.
Its close to night attraction arround the Rua da Senodado. Plenty of buses to hitch to go around but mainly to Ferry terminal.
And from the other two bridges connected to Taipa island, I thought that the central bridges was the most beautiful site.
So, because of that reason above I sugest the hotel near my choice of hotel. That include Sintra and Lisboa hotel. From the map, I see that Royal hotel was nearer to the ferry station but not to the Rua da Senodado, where I think the new years eve main attraction would be.
Question by smiley_honey825: Is it good to stay in Fragrance Hotel – Emerald?
My family and I are planning to have a vacation in Singapore for 4D/3N. We’re planning to stay in Fragrance Hotel – Emerald. Any comments/advice in this hotel?
Thanks a lot!
Answer by eTour Singapore Fragrance Hotel Emerald is smack in the middle of the red light district, my dear. Hotels with EVEN street number in Geylang Singapore are in the red light district.
It’s true that the ladies are harmless, but it does mean that they will be hovering around your hotel hoping to get business.
The area however has an incredible range of eateries and fruit stalls. And many Singaporeans come here for the food.
For something in the same budget, you may also consider the friendly New 7th Storey Hotel – http://www.nsshotel.com
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Question by Miah: Which of the foll hotels is best to stay at: Grand Copthorne Waterfront,Hotel Phoenix or RoyalPlaza on Scotts?
My husband and I are spending 4 days in Singapore in August, and it will be his first time to see Singapore.
My choices must be based on getting the worth from the room price, proximity to the shops and MTR, and clean/nice rooms ,and amenities. A fun restaurant and bar would be a plus! Would appreciate your help please! Thank you. 🙂
Answer by imdashti Royal Plaza on Scotts, according to reviews on www.tripadvisor.com.