Radisson Blu Hotel Amsterdam Airport, Schiphol



The Netherlands’ main airport, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) processes over 50 million passengers each year. It services over 100 airlines, reaching over 300 destinations in 104 countries. Schiphol opened as a military airbase in 1916. Today, it is the oldest international airport still located on its original site. 

More than just an airport
For guests on short overnight stays or quick turnarounds, Schiphol offers abundant recreation options, including a spa, casino and museum. Visit the Rijksmuseum annex located behind passport control between Piers E and F, and you'll find a stunning display of art by Dutch masters from the Golden Age on loan from the city’s main Rijksmuseum. The collection rotates several times a year.

You can even get married at Schiphol. Tie the knot with an aviation themed wedding, whether you’re on a budget or throwing a lavish event. Go retro with a nostalgic 1930s-themed wedding aboard an old Dakota airplane. No matter what your specifications are, the wedding planner can customize your special day. All you have to do is choose a honeymoon destination to fly to as soon as the celebration is over.

For more information visit the airport's site.

Behind the Scenes Tour
Schiphol operates 24/7. Discover how an airport of this size and capacity keeps running so smoothly with a Behind the Scenes airport bus tour. This multimedia tour gives an inside look at the airport’s fire station, snow fleet and airplane hangars. The tour takes about an hour, leaving plenty of time to explore the rest of Schiphol.

For more information visit the tour site.