Stayokay Cube Houses

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“The cube houses in Rotterdam are wonderful to watch… but waking up there is even better! The whole 80ies vibe is everywhere around you: the selection of furniture, the tiles on the floor and the pastels. I love it!”

Rotterdam has a lot of pretty buildings for sightseeing. The cube houses near the train station of Rotterdam Blaak and close to the port of the city are definitely worth a visit when you’re going on a special-buildings-hunt through Rotterdam. These houses are wonderful to watch but waking up there is even better! One of the possibilities for a sleepover is at the colorful Hostel Stayokay Rotterdam.

You can choose between a couple of different rooms at Hostel Stayokay Rotterdam. Every room has it’s own charm with diverse furniture and formats. Try the private cube, just next to the official hostel where you have a whole cube for yourself! It’s exactly what you expect of a cube house and even more. The walls are sloping, the windows are located on the slanting walls and the furniture has logical but distinct places. Every window gives you a different view on the surrounding cubes and you can even spot the brand new Markthal from here. The room has an own bathroom, a couch, a table with three chairs and a little kitchen. You can rent a bike at the hostel to discover the city: make sure to check the Erasmusbrug, the lovely Witte de Withstraat, the city center, the Kralingseplas and more.

When you book a room at Hostel Stayokay Rotterdam you can enjoy the included miscellaneous breakfast each morning, which is very welcome when you have a busy day in the city ahead of you. The lounge downstairs is cosy and spacious with a lot of tables, chairs and some couches. The staff behind the reception deck is really open and will do anything to feel you at home. The whole 80ies vibe is everywhere around you: the selection of furniture, the tiles on the floor and the pastels. Let’s call it a modern flashback!

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