We are making our hotel more beautiful, more comfortable and more sustainable. We are therefore closed until July / August 2022.
Curious about the progress? Photos of the work are regularly posted on our Facebook page.
We look forward to welcome you again soon in the renovated Hotel Nicolaas Witsen.
See you soon,
The Hotel Nicolaas Witsen Team
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It is possible to park your car in the street of the hotel. Please take notice that parking in Amsterdam is expensive and it can be difficult to optain a parking lot. From 9 AM until midnight the rate is €4 p/hour or €36 for 24 hours.
There are two other options that might better suit your needs: APCOA parking and P+R parking.
APCOA Parking offers carefree parking while paying afterwards. We offer our guests exit tickets with a discount on the regular rate. From Monday until Friday you pay €20 for 24 hours. Saturday and Sunday you pay €15 for 24 hours. You can get your exit ticket at the reception. APCOA Parking Heinekenplein is located at Eerste van der Helststraat 6, within a 5 minute walk from our hotel.
P+R parkings are the cheapest parking locations when visiting Amsterdam. These parking locations are situated on the outskirts of the city where you can easily transfer to public transportation. Parking at a P+R parking is €8 for 24 hours. You can find these locations on the road signs by the A1, A2 and the A10. P+R Parking you can find all P+R locations. We advise you to read the information and terms carefully.
From Schiphol take the train to Amsterdam Zuid. From there, take metro 52 and exit at Vijzelgracht. Walk down the Weteringschans and take the first street on the right, the Nicolaas Witsenstraat.
Connexxion Schiphol Shuttle Bus
The Connexxion Schiphol Hotel Shuttle is an easy way of transportation between Schiphol and Hotel Nicolaas Witsen. The shuttle bus runs between 6 AM and 9 PM. Tickets are available at the Connexxion counter on Schiphol Plaza in the Arrivals hall Schiphol shuttle.
Are you arriving from the Central Train Station in Amsterdam (‘Amsterdam Centraal’)? Then take metro 52 in direction Zuid and exit at Vijzelgracht. Walk down the Weteringschans and take the first street to the right, the Nicolaas Witsenstraat.