MERCURE HOTEL AMSTERDAM AIRPORT
Welcome to our Hotel conveniently located next to the highway. The Amsterdam City Centre is easily accessible by bus and there is shuttle service to Schiphol Airport or you can make use of our Park Sleep and Fly package. Make yourself at home at Mercure, a stone’s throw away from Schiphol. The 4-star Mercure Hotel Amsterdam West is easy to access by public transport and from the A4, A9 and A10 highways, making it the ideal location for meetings and flexible working. Set down your bags and relax.
Near Mercure Hotel Amsterdam West you’ll find the Oeverlanden and the Amsterdamse Bos. Both are beautiful nature reserves which offer all the room you need for a stroll and a picnic. The perfect place to quietly enjoy the lush green surroundings. Discover the beautiful historic centre of Amsterdam, which can be easily accessed from the hotel. Enjoy a cultural outing to Rijksmuseum or Van Gogh Museum and definitely visit Anne Frank House. Browse around the famous Albert Cuypmarkt and Waterlooplein.
HOW TO REACH
Amsterdam is served by Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, which is Europe’s fifth busiest airport. It is well-connected to various cities across the world, such as Dublin, Moscow, Toronto, Madrid, London, Delhi, Beijing, etc. via international airlines such as Aer Lingus, Aeroflot, Air Canada, Air Europa, British Airways, Jet Airways, Air China and many more.
There are ten railway stations in Amsterdam, out of which six are intercity stations- Amstel, Bijlmer ArenA, Sloterdijk, Zuid, Lelylaan and Amsterdam Centraal. There are regular train services from various countries in Europe, such as Belgium, the Czech Republic, Austria, Belarus, Denmark, France, Poland, Russia, Germany, Hungary and Switzerland. International trains serving theses stations include the Nederlandse Spoorwegen from Berlin, the Thalys from Brussels and Paris/Lille, CityNightLine and InterCityExpress from Cologne and Frankfurt. You can also reach Amsterdam via ferry services from various countries.
Amsterdam can be reached by bus, through various cities in Europe, such as London, Paris, Brussels and many more. Most of the buses are provided by Eurolines. Buses from UK are provided by Megabus and iDBus. However, Netherlands does not have many internal bus services within the country.