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Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol hotel

Schiphol Boulevard 701, Schiphol, Netherlands

Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol hotel - Schiphol, Netherlands

Linked by walkway to the airport, the Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol hotel is 20 minutes from the city center. Unwind after your flight in the sauna or gym then take a seat at the Japanese teppanyaki table at EastWest Restaurant. Do business in one of 19 meeting rooms then relax in the Executive Lounge.Visiting Amsterdam attractions? Take a boat trip along the canals or explore the city by bicycle. Return to the hotel to sip a beer at the Stopover Bar and try the international buffet at the Greenhouse Restaurant.From Hilton Guest Rooms up, all Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol hotel rooms have high-speed internet access. Executive Rooms offer Executive Lounge access. The hotel's 19 meeting rooms for 2-60 all boast wireless internet access.

Amenities Description

Bar/Lounge; Business Center; Coffee Maker in Room; Hairdryers Available; Mini Bar; Modem Lines in Room; Meeting/Banquet Facilities; No Smoking Rooms/Facilities; Pets Allowed; Parking; Restaurant; Room Service; Safe Deposit Box; Television with Cable

Location Description

As a central meeting point at the airport, the hotel is connected with the main terminal and railway station via the WTC Traverse at walking distance, Schiphol Airport has its own shopping centre at 2 minutes distance from the hotel. There is a direct connection (i.e. public bus and train) which take approximately 15 minutes to reach Amsterdam downtown. Here you will find exclusive shopping areas and famous museums and galleries.

Directions

Location of the hotel
Travel to the Hilton Amsterdam Airport schiphol, directly linked to Schiphol Airport via a covered walkway. Frequent trains run from Schiphol Airport to Amsterdam Central station in 20 minutes.

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
Driving on highway 'A4' you take the exit èSchiphol' Direction Amsterdam: Keep the right lane and follow the signs 'Hilton' (second exit on your right hand side). At the end of the lane turn right twice. There will be a curve in the road to the right. On your right hand side you will now see the entrance of the Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Direction Rotterdam / The Hague also take the exit 'Schiphol'. Keep right lane (Vracht/Cargo). At traffic lights go straight ahead (middle lane). Follow the road, which makes a curve to the left and drive underneath viaduct. After viaduct you will see the Hotel on your right hand side (take first exit on your right).

Rotterdam Airport
Take the A4 Amsterdam, exit at the junction for Schiphol and follow signs for Schiphol. Once on airport premises follow signs for Hilton Hotel. The Hotel provides on-site car parking minutes away from the arrival and departure halls.

Attractions

  • City of Amsterdam, Canal Cruise - 10.00 mile(s)
  • Aalsmeer Flower Auction - 9.0 mile(s)
  • Keukenhof bulb fields (April-May - 22 mile(s)
  • Alkmaar Cheese Market - 34.2 mile(s) / 55.0 km
  • Schiphol Plaza, shopping centre - 1 block(s)
  • Anne Frank-Museum - 9.9 mile(s) / 16.0 km

    Anne Frank's House, in the centre of Amsterdam, is the hiding place where the brave little girl penned her famous diary during the Second World War. The Diary of Anne Frank was published posthumously by her father in 1947, and the original is on display as part of the permanent exhibition in what is now a museum dedicated to his daughter.The Frank family went into hiding in 1942, when the first Dutch Jews received notices to report to labour camps. Their hiding place was located in Anne's father Otto Frank's office building, where he had worked since fleeing Germany in 1933. The rooms of the Secret Annex have been maintained in their authentic state thanks to conscientious preservation activities, while the house adjacent has been renovated and it is here that information is given about the diary and its significance in exhibitions throughout the year. Visiting the Anne Frank House has been a moving experience for millions of people from all over the world.When:DailyWhere:Anne Frank's House, Amsterdam, NetherlandsCost:7.50; 10-17 yrs €3.50; under 10s freeOpening Hours:9am-7pm (until 9pm Apr-Aug)
  • Van Gogh Museum
    Amsterdam's Van Gogh Museum is one of the finest galleries in the city and houses the world's largest collection of works by Vincent van Gogh: 200 paintings, 500 drawings and 700 letters, as well as the artist's own collection of Japanese prints. It also hosts a full programme of temporary exhibitions.The galleries of the permanent collection are divided into three sections, one devoted to Van Gogh himself, a second featuring other artists, with a third on the history of the collection. Van Gogh's art is organised chronologically, each section on a different phase of his life and work, coinciding with his move to a new location: Holland, Paris, Arles, Saint-Rémy and Auvers-sur-Oise. It is a light, white building of curving walls, with a pleasant café on the ground floor.When:DailyWhere:Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, NetherlandsCost:€10; 13-17 yrs €2.50; under 12s freeOpening Hours:10am-6pm (until 10pm Fri)
  • Hortus Botanicus
    The Hortus Botanicus, on the edge of the hectic centre of Amsterdam, is one of the oldest botanic gardens in the world. Today, there are more than 6000 plants of over 4000 species growing in the garden and seven climactically controlled greenhouses.Originally, the Hortus was a medicinal herb garden, founded in 1638 by the Amsterdam City Council. At that time, herbs were of vital importance as the basis of medicines, and the city had just experienced a plague epidemic. Doctors and pharmacists trained in the preparation of prescriptions at the Hortus. Thanks to the ships of the Dutch East India Company, the Hortus expanded quickly in the 17th and 18th centuries. The ships brought not only herbs and spices, but also exotic ornamental plants. A few of the Hortus' "crown jewels" date from that time - such as the 300-year-old Eastern Cape giant cycad. The Orangery sits in the middle of the gardens and has one of the most beautiful outdoor cafés in Amsterdam.When:DailyWhere:Hortus Botanicus, Amsterdam, NetherlandsCost:€6; 5-14 yrs €3; group rates availableOpening Hours:Mon-Fri 9am-5pm; Sat 10am-5pm; Sun & hols 10am-5pm (until 9pm in Jul & Aug)
  • Rijksmuseum
    Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum houses one of the world's great art collections. Its Dutch 17th-century works are unsurpassed and include outstanding pieces by Rembrandt and Vermeer. From December 2003 to 2008 the Rijksmuseum is undergoing extensive rebuilding, renovation and modernisation. During this period the finest works from the 17th century in the Rijksmuseum are on view under the title The Masterpieces.The museum's highlight is Rembrandt's The Night Watch, a huge group portrait depicting a Civic Guard. The emphasis is on Dutch work and there are impressive collections of both sculpture and decorative arts.The Rijksmuseum began life in 1800 as the National Art Gallery, situated in The Hague. It transferred to Amsterdam a few years later, arriving at its present premises in 1885. An amalgamation of the nation's art collection and the Netherlands Museum for History and Art, it is the largest museum of its kind in the country.When:DailyWhere:Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, NetherlandsCost:€9; under 18s freeOpening Hours:9am-6pm
  • NEMO (New Metropolis)
    Amsterdam's NEMO, a green building shaped like a ship, is the biggest science centre in the Netherlands and offers the chance to take a voyage of discovery into the world of science and technology. Perfect for children aged four to 16 and their parents, the centre covers a broad range of subjects including natural science, human behaviour and information and communication technology.A visit can reveal fascinating facts about a variety of things including sound, light, genes and DNA, water, metal, chemicals and the human mind. As well as the permanent exhibition, there is also a full programme of temporary shows. Before you leave, don't forget to check out the centre's upper deck, which has a magnificent view over Amsterdam and is transformed into a beach during the summer.When:Daily; not MonWhere:NEMO, Amsterdam, NetherlandsCost:€11; under 4s freeOpening Hours:Tue-Sun 10am-5pm; open all week during school holidays
  • Paradiso
    Paradiso is one of the best live music and clubbing venues in Amsterdam, open every night with a full programme of concerts and club dates.Housed in a former church, the club has two atmospheric rooms that are equipped with up-to-date sound and light facilities. Artists from a wide variety of musical genres perform and there are regular club nights as well as one-offs, special events and festivals.When:DailyWhere:Paradiso, Amsterdam, NetherlandsCost:VariousOpening Hours:Opens 7.30pm
  • Fishing Villages - 22 mile(s)





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