The Student Hotel

Wibautstraat 129, 1091 GL Amsterdam

15% discount on the refundable daily rate using the promo code EVENT on their website.

· Upon availability
· Payment: credit card
· Free use of the gym
· Bikes 9,00 euros per day
· Including Linen and towels
· Cleaning every other day

At The Student Hotel, we’ve created a one-of-a-kind space that combines the energy and spontaneity of a university campus with the style and full-service amenities of a boutique hotel. In our super sleek communal spaces, everyone is welcome to kick back, relax, play a game of ping pong and soak up some of that groovy atmosphere.

Everyone who works at The Student Hotel is committed to keeping to their student spirit alive. We thrive on the thrill of discovery, sparking connections and inspiring others to embark on great adventures. We embrace an Ask Me Anything attitude and want our guests to feel as though they can come to us for advice, recommendations or even a hug if they need it.

The Student Hotel Amsterdam City is located in a former newspaper printing press on the Wibautstraat in the dynamic neighborhood of Amsterdam East. The vibrant Pijp neighborhood is an 8-minute stroll from our front door. 

Exhibition The Topography of Modern Life

During Unseen the Student Hotel will host The Topography of Modern Life, an exhibition drawing together the work of five emerging photographers (James Berrington, Gage Solaguren, Jasper Jones, Leticia Batty and Joy Maxwell-Davis), all recent graduates of the University of Westminster.

The Topography of Modern Life is formed by the construction of the buildings that surround us, shape our lives and give us a sense of place and belonging. All artists explore the temporality and meanings of place and home and the factors that shape the topography that surround us. A post-industrial town in the north of England; the financial crisis in Spain where housing developments have stalled and been abandoned; a personal examination of a childhood home; unfinished tourist industry hotels and infrastructure in Egypt; and an examination of the housing crisis through the form of the ubiquitous house brick. For more information visit the webpage: