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Great Stashpoints in Amsterdam

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Amsterdam Centraal

Open 10:00 - 19:00

€5.00 on first 24h - €5.00 on extra 24h

Tulips Souvenirs

Open Late

Open 09:00 - 22:00

€5.00 on first 24h - €5.00 on extra 24h

Souvenirs 33

Open 10:00 - 18:00

€5.00 on first 24h - €5.00 on extra 24h

A-Bike Rental & Tours

Open Late

Open 09:00 - 21:00

€5.00 on first 24h - €5.00 on extra 24h

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Amsterdam Luggage Storage Guide

Every year, hundreds of thousands of tourists flock to Amsterdam, one of the main European cultural hubs. If you happen to be one of them, at some point you certainly asked yourself: where can I drop my bag off around here? Fear not, Stasher has got you covered with StashPoints left, right and centre. These locations are trusted local businesses and hotels with extra space, personally vetted by the Stasher Team, where you can safely store your bags. Priced at £6 a day, you won’t find a better deal out there.

Stasher Luggage Storage

Need luggage storage in Amsterdam?

Stasher's insured left luggage service connects you with hotels and local businesses that can store your bags affordably. We work with large partners like Accor hotels, Premier Inn and Holiday Inn to connect you with hosts in 100's of cities across the US, Europe, Asia and Australia.

Stasher offers a convenient alternative to luggage storage lockers and station left luggage facilities. Our StashPoints are located next to all main tourist attractions and transport hubs, making it extremely easy to find a luggage storage location exactly where you need it.

Our service has no size restrictions and award winning customer support - pick the most convenient host to store your bags, book easily online and get instant confirmation.

How does it work?

Use the map to find the luggage storage location that best suits your needs - most StashPoints close late even during the week making it extra convenient if you don’t want to have time restrictions. After making your booking online, you will immediately receive a booking confirmation email to show to your Host as well as your id. Drop off and pick up take less than 5 minutes.

Keeping your belongings safe

We insure that the same high standards exist across all our luggage storage locations - every ‘StashPoint’ has been vetted by a member of the Stasher team. Each bag is insured up to £750 and once you drop off your bag you will also receive a uniquely numbered luggage tag.

How much does it cost?

Our service has no size restrictions and an easy pricing structure - no matter how big your suitcase is, pricing starts at just  £5, €5 or $5 per item for up to 24 hours, and £5 for every additional day. Our aim is to provide convenient storage at up to 50% less than station luggage facilities.

Making a group booking? Give us a call at +44 20 3355 3544 or send us an email at [email protected] to receive a discounted rate.

Here are our top 5 StashPoints in Amsterdam, selected according to their convenient location and excellent reviews.

Central Station Luggage Storage

There are luggage lockers at Central Station, simply look for signs that say “Bagagekluizen”. They are in the East wing of the station – the right side of the building looking from the city centre. The self-operated lockers come in two sizes, small and big. The maximum storage period is 9 days.

Opening hours: 5am – 1am

Cost: small lockers - €7 for 24h, big lockers - €10 for 24h. There is also an extra charge for leaving your bags in there for longer.

Bear in mind: these luggage lockers are conveniently located but definitely not cheap. Moreover, during busy time these storage lockers do fill up and you might be turned away.

Schiphol Amsterdam Airport Luggage Storage

There are luggage storage facilities at Schiphol Airport in 6 different locations. They have baggage lockers for smaller items such as briefcases and bags, as well as a baggage deposit for awkwardly shaped items or large boxes. Lockers are located after security, while the Baggage Depot is in the basement between Arrivals 1 and Arrivals 2

Opening hours: 24/7

Cost:  €7 for up to 24h

Other Left Luggage Services

There are other left luggage services in Amsterdam that allow you to safely store your bags while you enjoy everything the city has to offer. Independent companies such as Drop and Go, Lockerpoint and Lock all allow you to drop your bags, but bear in mind that they charge per bag size and they are mainly located around the train station.

If you are travelling with rather large bags, or simply want to store your bag in a different area, these options are neither convenient nor cheap.

Amsterdam City Guide

Pretty bridges and quite canals, world-class museums and laid-back bars, a village-like charm with the buzz of a metropolis. Amsterdam is much more than a destination for stag weekends and hen parties. Whether you’re looking for cycling tours, a cultural immersion or a weekend of partying, Amsterdam has something for everyone.

Better than, there’s something going on all year round, so don’t let yourself be put off by the weather forecast. Spring is for tulip plucking and pavement cafes, summer is outdoor terraces and chilled Dutch beer, Winter has countless museums to keep you entertained indoors, while Autumn colours will provide the perfect filter to your walks down the many canals.

Where to go and what to see

Stats show that there are more bikes than people in Amsterdam, so it’s safe to say the city is as cycle-friendly as it gets. Hop on a bike, join the locals, and explore the city’s streets, canals and attractions. If you don’t feel steady enough on two wheels, you can still enjoy everything the city has to offer on your own two feet. Start with a walk along the canals, either the grand canals of the Grachtengordel, the so-called Canal Ring, or the girdle of smaller ones guarding the old centre. A quintessentially Amsterdam feature, they are particularly fascinating at sunset, when the houses look like strings of lanterns.

If you’d rather enjoy them floating along, there are plenty of boat tours departing at every hour of the day, allowing you to explore every single one of them. If you happen to be in Amsterdam in April, join the locals in the celebration of King’s Day, a massive event that sees canals packed with floating party-goers.

For the art vultures, head to Museumplein. The cultural beating heart of the city, the museum quarter is a mix of culture and couture with its world class museums and sometimes quirky exhibitions.  Here you’ll find the Van Gogh Museum, the greatest repository of Van Gogh’s works in the world, where you can delve into the psyche of this incredible painter, the Rijksmuseum, host to 800 years of Dutch art and history and works of the likes of Rembrandt and Vermeer, the bath-shaped Stedelijk Museum, the place to go for modern and contemporary art, and, a little bit further ahead, don’t miss the chance to visit Foam, a photography museum located in a renovated canal house.

Legend has it, you haven’t really been to Amsterdam until you’ve posted a selfie taken under the Instagram-famous I Amsterdam slogan, the city icon. Luckily for you, one of the three signs is located right at the back of the Rijksmuseum on Museumplein. Time to snap!

If you haven’t already been there, the Old Centre is a must visit: home to the famed Red Light District, known locally as De Wallen, it impersonates the country’s open mindedness and liberal attitude. It may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but it certainly is an experience to walk down the street at night while prostitutes tap on the red lit windows to get your attention.

Dutch are capable of turning anything into a learning opportunity, so it comes as no surprise that the Red Light District also has its own Erotic Museum, showcasing anything from a few of John Lennon’s erotic drawings to themed vending machines.

Leave behind coffeehouses and garish colours and lose yourself in the labyrinth of narrow lanes that make up Jordaan, Amsterdam’s most charming neighbourhood. Dotted with independent art galleries, antique shops, and courtyard gardens, strolling here feels like stepping back in time. Sip a cup of tea while people-watching, find hidden treasures at the Westerstraat market, or simply enjoy a cocktail or two at Bar Oldenhof. Last but not least, this is also the neighbourhood where Jewish girl Anne Frank lived in hiding during World War II. Buy tickets in advance to enter Anne Frank Huis and take a look at the sobering exhibition on Jewish persecution and discrimination.

Finally, don’t miss your chance to buy some tulips, the symbol of Dutch culture, at Bloemenmarkt, the world only floating flower market located on the southern side of Singel. With 15 florists and garden shops, the market truly is a fascinating collage of colours and smells.


Want to buy a pair of clogs, the traditional Dutch wooden shoes, or maybe you simply need to freshen up your wardrobe? Head to chain store mecca of Kalverstraat, a completely pedestrian area where shops are open 7 days a week.

De Negen Straatjes, ‘The Nine Streets’, is the local shopping area where you’ll find an incredible selection of independent boutiques, vintage shops and specialty shops, such as one selling only toothbrushes. Flip back and forth between shops and you’ll soon find yourself with more bags than you expected.

Eating & Drinking Out

Whether you’re looking for traditional Dutch delicacies or something more international, Amsterdam food scene is a culinary melting pot that has something for every palate. From Mediterranean to Indonesian, from tapas to Stroopwafel, you won’t be disappointed.

Check out De Pijp, named The Pipe for its narrow streets, a bohemian neighbourhood and eating-out hotspot, explore all the alleys around Albert Cuyp Market, renowned for its specialist food shops and eateries, or simply wander around the city eating whatever strikes your fancy.

Not to miss are the bitterballen, deep fried crispy meatball perfect as post night out snacks, the stamppot, the quintessential Dutch comfort food, as well as the broodje raw. Don’t let yourself be put off by its look, it’s a delicacy worth trying.

Head to Manneken Pis to get your fix of patatje oorlog, or dutch fries. You’ve probably had chips before, but trust us, these are better. If you have a sweet tooth, tuck in poffertjes, baby pancakes covered in butter and sugar, or have a stroopwafel, two thin waffles stuck together with a layer of sweet syrup best enjoyed hot and gooey on top of a cup of tea.

Water it all down with a beer at Skek, drinks at Hoppe, a traditional brown cafè, or a craft beer at Bierfabriek, a multi-roomed microbrewery with a party atmosphere. If it’s coffee and a more relaxed atmosphere you’re after, make your way towards Café Belgique, a small but authentic hangout for street artists and DJs.

Knows as a party city, you’ll be spoilt for choices of places where you can dance the night away. The two main nightlife hubs in Amsterdam are Rembrandtplein and Leidseplein. Both offer a variety of venues, including dance clubs, bars and casual clubs popular both with locals and travellers.

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How it works?
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1. Find & Book

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2. Drop in Store

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3. Enjoy & Collect

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How much?
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Flexibility is key when you travel. Pay once, just £6 per item, and 24 hours of storage is yours, to use as much or as little as you need.
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