An excellent place to rest your head and sleep. Don't expect too much in the way of socializing, but the location is great for the price.Genuine Expedia guest review
"Friendly and cosy hostel!"
When I first walked in, tired from travelling, I was greeted by two very friendly, warm, and welcoming guys (Cosi and Yassine). They put me at ease straight away and eagerly showed me some tour ideas and places to visit on a map, happily answering my many questions. There was an empty room they gave me which was available although I was originally booked […] for a shared mixed, and so I felt at home and safe. In the morning coffee and tea were free-flowing in the small and humble reception area, and it was a really pleasant atmosphere where we could chat and chill out. Recommended!!! Read moreGenuine Expedia guest review
Godt nok hotel som er et hostel. Fint hvis du vil spare penge, og kan acceptere at sove sammen med andre i lokalet. Det fungerede fint for mig.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
Hôtel crade a mort, déco des années 80 lit de camp de l'armé, une douche par étage crade a mort, des affaires disparu durant notre absence..des oreiller gonflable...Genuine Hotels.com guest review
＊＊＊先ず、エクスペディアに苦情を言いたいのだが、クレジットカード使用可能と書いてあるが使用不可でした。きちんと確認した上で表示するように改善してください。 ホテルのロケーションはゴッホ美術館や国立ミュージアムに比較的近くて良かったです。 設備は普通のホステル。 室内はベッドの間隔が狭すぎる。 チェックイン時にいたスタッフの一人は非常に日本人にフレンドリーで色々と教えてくれた。Genuine Expedia guest review
以前の口コミにも投稿されているように、とりわけ広いとか快適というわけではありませんが、寝るだけの目的で数泊するのには充分に満足できる場所です。周辺は国立美術館などがありアップタウン近くのためか治安がよさそうです。シャワーが狭いという投稿が以前にありますが、２階のシャワーは確かに狭く、着替えるスペースがありません。空いている時間を狙って３階または４階のシャワーにいけば充分な広さが確保できます。またスタッフによってサービスにムラがあるようで、初日にフロントにいたスペインなまり？のおじさんは丁寧に周辺の観光地を説明してくれましたが、最終日にフロントにいた若いスタッフは「ここから空港へはどう行けば近いか」と聞いたら「中央駅(空港とは間逆に数キロ行ったところ)へトラムで行ってから空港まで電車に乗れ」と […] いったトンチンカンな回答が返ってきました。 Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Alright hostel for youth and backpackers"
Nothing was really good, but nothing really bad neither. I booked 6 days in advance so this was the only place that had vacancies for all my 3 nights. There's another Janson hostel on the same street) this one was 69A, which has a better lobby and rooms. This had steep stairs which makes it harder coming in and out, but ok i had light luggade. There […] are only 2 showers for maybe 40-50 people, so it's hard to shower or go to the toilet when you want too. One shower is really small, and the other is ok, but the hose and handset are fixed, and no place to hang clothes. No table or anything in the rooms neither, just 4 beds and 1 power outlet for all people, Location is also 30-35 minuts from the center, but as a tourist it's passable. And it's only 7-8 minutes away from bigger crocery stores. I give it 5.5 out of 10. Staff was definetely nice and cosy, that was the best. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"What a sh..t!!!!"
We stay here for two days in private room..very small room,cold and Dirty!the people work here are no confidential and the hostel rules are very strong..here don t like happy and smile guest!in the and too much expansive for bad service!!you pay 3 eu for baggage if u want leave it after the time,just for 2 hours!forget it!!!
"The worst service, facilities and service"
12/13/14 Filipa N Lisbon, Portugal
We booked a 12-bed mixed dorm for 3nights. We checked-in at 9pm, and could not believe our eyes. A 5square meter dorm wth 6 bunk beds on top of each other with no windows and no space to walk because of guests luggage. The hallways in construction, feet smell all over. Jut the worse. We couldn't stand it and decided to move right away to another hotel. We went to reception to ask for a refund of the remaining 2 nights (paying for the first night of course), and they didn't give us any money back. We argued that their no-show policy only charges the first night, and that's exactly what we wanted to pay- one night without staying even one.
"Hotel Cosmos Muerte"
My initial intention was not to write a review of this place but rather just get over it and live on. But post reading all the sarcastic and childish response's from the cosmos management on this site, I thought I'd clear some things up. The location is the ONLY saving grace for this dire wallow establishment, yes it's in a sweet spot, hurray for geography! but seriously. I've stayed in a lot of hostels around this glorious city, I kind of expect to throw my head in a cess pit after a standard night on the town but hotel cosmos Is where cess pits go to take a dump. As you walk through the door you are greeted by pink wallpaper imported straight from the shelves of B&M bargins. You walk into the reception to be greeted by a hostile member of staff who persistently trys to leech all your cash like a freemium iPhone game without even the decency of giving you a blink of eye contact. #frosty The rooms are of decent size and reasonably cleanly, considering they pack 12 bunk beds into a closet, the beds have no ladders and are about 6 foot in the air. I may feel like Michael Jordan after 12 Amstel, but the reality is you have to stand all over someone else's bed to jump up #disgraceful. Fun is instantly irradicated by the hench list of rules on the back of the door. To put it simply, have ANY ounce fun here and you will be evicted fined and deported. The room cleaning was a joke, no knock on the door, just burst in at 9 in the morning kick all your personal belongings out of sight and mop around your head with no regard for your comfort. #disrespectful All of the above I could probably allow if this place was about 10-15 euro a night but its expensive as hell just get a quote and find out. But my standalone gripe with this place was the incessant smell of DEATH in the room. This is not an overnight smell, its burnt into the foundations. The room smelled like a butchers and could not be masked with cleaning products. I respect the cleaning that they do but that smell is unquestionably Death, maybe the cat dragged in something and its festering in a crevice I don't know but its stomach turning like a #morgue. So to sum it up hotel cosmos is a #frosty #disgracful #disrespectful #morge. I'm not being horrible but guys if your reading this RAISE your standards and customer service. You can't market your business off simply just having cat. Intead of sarcastically reacting to your bad reviews on here LISTEN to your customers and Stand Proud. IMPROVE your hostel to make it worthy of this glorious city.
11/19/14 Alex P
I'm bitterly resentful of all the positive reviewers hereabouts and think you all owe me a weekend in Amsterdam somewhere smart. The ho(s)tel cosmos is bobbins, has no vibe at all and the lad running the show when we stayed was about as helpful as a fart in a spacesuit. It was above all a depressing place to be. The 'common room' felt like a portacabin on a disused building site in the middle of nowhere and the list of rules was probably longer and more stringent. Why so many punitive conditions? Why the hostility to your guests? (transgressions included drinking a beer in your own room (while on holiday), the penalty for which was immediate eviction). I realise you need rules and I wasn't there for a mad one but relaxation was effectively banned. The rooms were clean enough but packed with bunks and incredibly dingy. Jails in the third world have more space. There were too few bathrooms and those that were free were battered and grubby. Somebody (the cleaner? A desperate fellow guest?) was knocking on the door every time I went for a wash. I don't really want to think about why and I didn't welcome them in to ask. Finally it wasn't even that cheap. About €180 for 2 snide bunks for 3 nights and you can't spend ANY time there at all. This means you are forced out and if the weather's poor you're obliged into cafes and bars. There is no respite from the startling expense, nowhere to retire. Something like AirBNB looked about a ton dearer but you can chill out, cook, watch a film, drink a beer without fear of deportation. I don't see the point in the place. For a tenner a night maybe but not when there are other options for not that much more. Take heed and give the Cosmos a galactically-wide berth.
10/16/14 dougster2014 London, United Kingdom
Liked it actually, because of the staff and the help I got. Met some friends from back home and we had a great time. Great location, between culture and fun areas......hahaha. Also handy to rent a bike, makes it so easy and Dutch!
"Enjoyed our stay"
10/13/14 Anon A Paris, France
Enjoyed our stay! The rooms are relatively small, but the beds were clean, the staff was friendly, and the location was perfect. Would just suggest getting ladders for the beds because if I wouldn't have been traveling with friends I would've felt awkward climbing into bed. Thanks!
"Please read how bad this place is..."
10/12/14 markamiddleton Tampa, Florida
There is nothing good I can say about this hostel except for location. If you want to be far from the Central Rail Station and away from the Red Light and entertainment district of the town and close to the Van Gogh Museum, then its location is excellent. EVERYTHING else is terrible. First of all, I have traveled to 72 countries and this ranks among the top 5 worst places I've ever stayed. No ladder or step leading to top bunk so you have to stand on the bed below you to get up top. No lockers in room, you have to rent downstairs. They told me locker rental was for 24 hours (expensive) and then when I checked out at 10am and didn't have a train until 4 they made me remove my things from the locker. So I had the locker for 11 hours at full price, which was not explained to me up front. The bathrooms are dirty. They charge an extra 3 Euros just to hold your luggage in the public lobby on the floor after checkout for a few hours. Besides being on the expensive side for a hostel (Amsterdam is expensive) there were no amenities that are needed to run a good hostel like fast wifi (slow), plugs to charge my devices, or enough space to keep my backpack without being trampled by the roommates. Just an awful experience. Hope you find it better if you decide to stay here...
09/18/14 drag0n66 Taiwan
Thank you for showing us where to go in Amsterdam! I was with friends and loved it. We had everything we needed, clean bed and shower and toilet, bikes we could rent and lockers for our valuables. Lots of drinks and snacks hmmmmmm and thank you for the special Dutch cookies.
"Just Horrible Everything was awful"
09/13/14 Dharnish Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Where to start ? Firstly, it always stunk wherever you were mainly of piss. My room mates were horrible simply their to smoke weed they began to get high in the rooms. I tried to be nice but they left their dirty underwear all over the room and were rude and didn't wait properly to use the bathroom meaning I was always last. The service was crap too you'd be asleep at 8 o'clock and some sweaty guy comes barging into your room bieng loud saying he wants to clean the room. The lockers didn't work also I has about 70 euros stolen and upon telling staff they didn't care.
"Expensive with a midnight rat"
09/07/14 kpily Toronto, Canada
A few friends and I stayed here on a spontaneous trip to Amsterdam. We arrived at 3 am when we had to walk the streets looking for an atm to pay for the visit before we could check in, no exceptions. The room was small but tidy enough... Or so we thought. Our second night we woke up in the middle of the night to a rat rummaging through our room! Disgusting. Way over priced for the facility, I guess you're paying for location. Relatively close (walking distance) to most tourist attractions and lots of public transport close by.
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