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A Guide to Meetings in Amsterdam

Yes, most meetings are unremarkable – and maybe even sometimes unnecessary – occasions. But every once in a while it is an occasion worth getting excited about. So when the time comes for one with a little bit of pageantry, we’ve made this guide to meetings in Amsterdam. And if you need help with anything else at all, just ask one of our experts. 

The Best Areas in Amsterdam for Meetings

  • Oost – Oost is Dutch for East. It’s a mix-bag of a neighbourhood that’s close to the centre without being too much, it’s compact, while still giving you lots of open space to stretch your legs. It’s got a windmill, a stunning park, and a huge outdoor market. It’s Amsterdam as the locals know it. 

  • De Pijp – On a square island directly south of the centre you have the boujie neighbourhood of De Pijp. Its epicentre is Sarphatipark. This adorable area is a perfect blend of lively action and chill. It has a character and pace all of its own, with enough bars and restaurants to keep a whole army fed and watered. 

  • De Wallen – is where you’ll find a certain Red Light District. The buildings are tall, historical, and are all steps away from many canals that traverse through the tight area of the centre. This piece of medieval history turned tourists playground is infectious and great for meetings that don’t take themselves too seriously. 

How to Get to Your Meeting in Amsterdam

There are four ways to get about Amsterdam. With public transport, by bike, taxi, or by foot. Renting a car is not advised in this city. 

The public transport in Amsterdam is operated by GVB, and they offer you travel by metro, trams, trains, buses and ferries. You can purchase an OV chip card and top it up as you go or get an hour or day pass (1-7 days). Alternatively, you can just use contactless payments. 

Cycling is how the locals get about, and for good reason. The landscape is flat, and you have well built designated cycle lanes. So rent one and cruise about at your leisure. 

It’s a pleasure to walk through, with its flat and wide pavements, leafy streets, and the symphony of bikes and trams to spirit you along. And if you feel like you ought to be driven about, or you’re behind schedule, then we recommend having the Uber app on your phone in Amsterdam. 


Public Transport

    • Buses: 37, 41. 
    • Metro: 51, 53, 54.
    • Train: IC, SPR. 
    • Tram: 1, 3, 19. 

Secure Parking Garages in Oost

    • Q-Park East – Wibaustraat 3. 
    • Q-Park Oostport – Polderweg 92.  

De Pijp

Public Transport

    • Buses: 347, 357, 397, 65. 
    • Metro: 52. 
    • Train: IC, SPR. 
    • Tram: 3.

Secure Parking Garages in De Pijp

    • Albert Cuyp – Ruysdaelkade 93. 
    • APCOA – Eerste van der Helstraat 6.  

De Wallen

Public Transport

    • Buses: 22, 305, 357. 
    • Metro: 51, 53, 54. 
    • Train: IC, ICD, SPR.  

Secure Parking Garages in De Wallen

    • Q-Park – Prins Hendrikkade 20A. 
    • Parking Garage Oosterdok – Oosterdocksstraat 150.

Recommended Business Hotels in Amsterdam

Hotels in Oost

Historical Hotel with a Contemporary Design

    • Prices start from €70
    • Star Rating: 4.2
    • Highlights: Historical building, contemporary interior, WiFi, bar and restaurant, TV. 

Urban Boutique Hotel with a Quirky Touch

    • Prices start from €70
    • Star Rating: 4.2
    • Highlights: Monumental exterior, Italian inspired interior, TV, trendy lounge bar, TV, mini-fridge. 

Hotels in De Pijp 

Historical Hotel with a Clean and Modern Style

    • Prices start from €104
    • Star Rating: 4.3
    • Highlights: Historical and modern styles, coffee machine, private, bar, TV, luxury toiletries, Asian cuisine,  

Lavish Hotel with Luxury Rooms by the Amstel

    • Prices start from €112
    • Star Rating: 4.4
    • Highlights: Neo-renaissance style, luxury rooms, Nespresso machine, mini-bar, TV, spa, swimming pool, quality restaurant. 

Hotels in De Wallen

Award-winning Design Hotel in the Heart of Amsterdam 

    • Prices start from €140
    • Star Rating: 4.7
    • Highlights: Award-winning design, parking, laundry service, and WiFi. 

Cosy Conceptual Rooms in the Centre of Amsterdam 

    • Prices start from €116
    • Star Rating: 4.5
    • Highlights: Historic canal house, bespoke designs, TV, complimentary drinks. 

Post-Meeting Venues for Drinks in Amsterdam

Successful meetings need to be celebrated. So perhaps an after-work drink after your meeting in London is in order? Have a peek at our top picks to whet your appetite: 

After-work Venues in Oost 

Quirky Private Supersize Loft

    • Capacity: Standing 37, Dining 5. 
    • Highlights: Cosy, industrial style, large skylights, sound equipment, WiFi.

After-work Venues in De Pijp 

Experimental Venue with One of a Kind Breakout Rooms

    • Capacity: Standing 250, Dining 110. 
    • Highlights: Quirky style, intimate feel, cocktail bar, WiFi, TV. 

After-work Venues in De Wallen  

Chic English Style Rooms

    • Capacity: Standing 50, Seated 40. 
    • Highlights: Chic English style, amazing art, vintage feel, WiFi. 

FAQ for meeting Rooms in Amsterdam

A meeting room in Amsterdam can cost between €40 - €75 per hour. This price may not include extras such as technical equipment, catering and an onsite manager. Expect to pay a premium on top of the meeting room hire for additional requests.
This depends on the meeting venue's internal policies. Generally speaking, the earlier you cancel, the more money you can expect to get back. However, it's quite common that last-minute bookings (less than 48h before) are non-refundable.

Meeting Spaces typically provide strong WiFi, seating arrangements, a projector or screen (for larger meeting rooms), a whiteboard, and basic office supplies such as pens, paper and whiteboard markers. Coffee, tea and small snacks are also usually provided (check listing specifications for more details on this). Align with your location expert for additional special equipment like microphones, translation booths, etc. They can give you suggestions for reputable suppliers in the area. In general, it's safer to request any essential supplies or equipment in advance.

Meetings rooms in Amsterdam typically come with basic office supplies as part of your booking fee. It’s best to check in advance, though. For any supplies that the venue doesn’t supply then we recommend Gebroeders Winter for meetings in Depijp and Oost, and Van der Heijde for meetings in the De Wallen.