Hostels In Utrecht

7 Hostels in Utrecht, Netherlands
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BUNK Hostel Utrecht
9.3Superb
(228)
Hostel- 1.88km from city centre
BUNK bridges the gap between hotels and hostels by combining affordable luxury rooms and smartly designed
Privates From
€10.50
Dorms From
€50.40
Hostel Strowis
9.0Fabulous
(1738)
Hostel- 1.47km from city centre
Hostel Strowis is located in a listed 17th century building. First and best hostel Utrecht (est. 1998) ou
Privates From
€35.94
Dorms From
€32.20
Stayokay Utrecht Centrum
8.9Fabulous
(1096)
Hostel- 1.48km from city centre
This hostel is located on the edge of the Neude, the nicest and most well-known square in Utrecht. Apart from all the terraces, the Dom Tower, the Oudegracht and the shopping streets are near.
Privates From
€27.21
Dorms From
€24.85
Stayokay Utrecht - Bunnik
8.4Fabulous
(447)
Hostel- 3.38km from city centre
Stayokay Utrecht - Bunnik is located in the forest on the banks of the Kromme Rijn only 5 km from the city Utrecht
Privates From
€24.63
Dorms From
€22.25
The Studenthostel B&B Utrecht City Center
6.2Good
(1121)
Hostel- 1.19km from city centre
EVERY FRIDAY FREE PIZZA 2022 FREE hamburgers .b.b.q. special prices long stay The Studenthoste
No Privates Available
Dorms From
€32.50
Hotel Oorsprongpark
7.7Very Good
(128)
Hotel- 1.48km from city centre
Hotel Oorsprongpark is a two star budget bed & breakfast hotel in Utrecht and is within walking distance
Privates From
€42.50
No Dorms Available
CoronaZeist Utrecht
0.0
(2)
Hotel- 7.87km from city centre
CoronaZeist-Utrecht.nl offers a terrace and rooms with free WiFi access.
Privates From
€24.08
No Dorms Available

About Utrecht

In the heart of the Netherlands, Utrecht has been one of the country's major cultural hubs for centuries. The imposing 14th-century Domtoren church tower marks the centre, and you'll find charming medieval buildings and a ring of canals as you move outwards. The city has lots of university students and a reputation for being friendly and fun. There's also a vibrant nightlife scene and a lively café culture to discover in this lesser-known Netherlands gem.

There are plenty of Utrecht hostels right in the medieval centre. You'll find one in a listed 17th-century building, as well as one with free barbecues in the summer. There are hostels a little further out too, such as in the Kromme Rijn forest area: perfect for hiking. Look out for hostels in Utrecht with a garden, a common room and shared kitchen – or even an on-site bar. Every Utrecht hostel has free Wi-Fi, and most places also provide free linen.

There are plenty of neighbourhoods to visit in Utrecht. The historic, lively city centre is home to a mixture of architectural styles, from Roman times through the Middle Ages. For a modern attraction, there's the cuboid Tivoli Vredenburg music venue. The suburb of IJsselstein is a 25-minute train journey away, and makes for a peaceful day out in the countryside. Multicultural, up-and-coming Lombok is bustling with fresh food markets and lively coffee stands. You can also visit the original workers' houses in this fast-changing neighbourhood.

See the city from up high by climbing the Domtoren, the highest clock tower in the country. For an extra dose of culture, the Centraal Museum has modern and classical artworks and historic artefacts. Visit St Martin's Cathedral, or Domkerk, for its 13th-century architecture. The quirky Museum Speelklok has a range of self-playing instruments piping out cheerful tunes. Check out the wharf cellars that line the Oudegracht canal for boutique shopping, delicious coffee and snacks, and a buzzing atmosphere.

The closest airport to Utrecht is Amsterdam Schiphol – it's just 30 minutes from the centre by train, with regular connections. If you're arriving by rail, Utrecht Centraal station is your destination, right in the heart of the city. The city centre is car-free, so rent a bike and ride around to explore like a local. If you're making a longer journey, the buses, trams and trains are easy to use.

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