Please be reassured that here at Clink we are taking all the appropriate actions to help manage the issue, following the official guidelines that focus on hand and respiratory hygiene as well as safe food practices.

Over the last few weeks, our team at the hostels have worked with our cleaning & housekeeping partners, as well as our chemical providers to ensure our methods for infection control and reducing the spread of any virus are effective – we, of course, use alcoholic based cleaning products, which will remove any instances of Coronavirus on surfaces.

In addition to this we have increased the frequency at which we sanitize touchpoints throughout our hostels (door handles, rails etc). All in an effort to keep the risk level for our guests and staff as low as possible. We are also constantly evaluating the advice of World Health Authority and also local country Health Authorities.

Healthcare workers, relatives or people in need of emergency accommodation

At Clink we we do what we can to help the community around us, which is why at ClinkNOORD you can now get a room (private or dorm) for €25 per night if you’re a Healthcare worker, relative of somebody in treatment or in need of emergency accommodation. To book simply follow this link

This offer is available for bookings until 31/05/2020, subject to availability and T’s&C’s apply.

Already booked with us, but unsure if you can make it?

If you’ve selected our Fully Flex rate for your booking you can cancel your reservation up to 24 hrs prior to arrival. If you have a non-refundable booking, please get in touch or check our T&C’s to find out what your options are.

Our team are here to assist you 7 days a week but please bear with us if we are slow to respond.

For bookings of over 10 people, please drop our Groups department an email.

 What can you do to reduce your risk of infection?

  1. Regularly wash your hands thoroughly using hand sanitiser gel or soap and hot water.
  2. Follow the advise and guidelines set by your Government
  3. Keep your distance from people who are coughing or sneezing.
  4. Avoid touching your face. Once contaminated your hands can transfer the virus to your eyes, nose or mouth.
  5. Make sure you, and the other people around you, are covering their mouth and nose with a tissue when they sneeze, dispose of the tissue straight away and then wash your hands. This will help stop the virus from spreading.

What to do if you feel unwell

  1. If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing make sure to seek medical advice early
  2. Follow the advice of your health care professional and avoid public spaces with large crowds of people

If you are worried about your health you can find up to the minute health advice regarding the Coronavirus from the World Health Organisation or more locally from the Health Authority in your jurisdiction. Here’s also some useful info the NHS have issued, to answer the most commonly asked questions.

We’re doing our best

Please be patient with our customer service team – these legends are doing the very best they can to respond to all queries in a timely manner but, understandably, have their work cut out. All our guest queries will be answered as soon as humanly possible.