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How to Reach Us

From Schiphol airport the Hotel Mansion can easily be reached by train to Amsterdam Central Station. The hotel is located at a stone throw distance from the station. Exit the station from the far left, walk straight and cross the street. Take a left hand side turn and walk straight for 5 minutes more. You will find the hotel on your right hand side.

About Transportation in Amsterdam


• Metro, Bus & Tram : About 2.90€ for one ticket valid for 1 hour. For information about Amsterdam transportation visit the website www.gvb.nl. For information on train visit www.ns.nl. For more details information on direction to your destination visit www.9292.nl

Single train ticket; pre-ordered your train ticket straight from Schiphol to any station in Amsterdam.
Amsterdam Travel tickets; unlimited travel across Amsterdam for 1-, 2- or 3-days.

Near by Hotel Mansion




Maritime Museum

The National Maritime Museum (Het Scheepvaartmuseum) exposes deep influence of sailing and shipping on Dutch wealth and culture. Playful and interactive exhibitions allow visitors to explore 500 years of Dutch maritime history.

Science Museum Nemo

NEMO is the largest science centre in the Netherlands and fourth most visited museum in the Netherlands. It is a perfect place for anyone with an inquiring mind. Everything in NEMO is connected to science and technology.

Library

The Public Library Amsterdam is the largest library of the Benelux and is a cultural centre of the Netherlands.

Central Station

Amsterdam's main train station is the real heart of the city and the biggest public transport transfer spot, serving not only visitors but also city inhabitants.

Red Light District

Red light District is a part of Amsterdam's tradition of tolerance earning the city a reputation of freedom and openness.

China Town

The Amsterdam Chinatown is relatively small but it still manages to convey a whiff of Asia. This cozy area between the Red Light District and Nieuwmarkt (The New Market) is crammed with Asian supermarkets, numerious Indonesian, Malaysian, Chinese and Thai restaurants, shops, massage salons and apothecaries. Zeedijk Buddhist temple, known as Fo Guang Shan He Hua, is the largest Chinese Buddhist monastery in Europe and is the most famous tourist attraction in Amsterdam Chinatown.

Dam Square

Dam is considered the very heart of Amsterdam. The square is dominated by The Royal Palace (Koninklijk Paleis), the 15th century Gothic Nieuwe Kerk (The New Church), wax museum Madame Tussauds and a majestic white stone pillar, the Nationl Monument. In contrast to its turbulent history, the main town square is now a peaceful place and is home to hundreds of pigeons and tourits.