Stayokay Rotterdam is a hostel with 49 rooms in Rotterdam’s world-famous Cube Houses. Designed by Dutch architect Piet Blom, these unique houses, a series of cubes elevated on central pillars, were built in 1984. Some of them were renovated and converted into a hostel in 2009.
Stayokay Rotterdam’s sleek and stylish interiors were designed by a design agency. Every room is different, but all have their own bathroom and free Wi-Fi. Guests can relax and enjoy a bite to eat in the bar-brasserie Bite&Drink or the lounge. The hostel is located between the Laurenskwartier and the Scheepsvaartkwartier districts, right next to the Oude Haven, a historic inner harbour with numerous restaurants and bars. It is close to Blaak metro and train station, and several trams stop just outside the door. Parking is available in the Markthal car park close by. You can also rent a bike.