Travel directions XO Hotels Couture

To the hotel and the centre - By public transport and by car

How far is XO Hotels Couture from the city centre?

The hotel is 3,5 km from the Dam Square. With a taxi, tram or bike it takes approx. 15 minutes.

How can I get to XO Hotels Couture fast and cheap from Schiphol Airport?

  • Taxi: approx. €50, it takes roughly 20 minutes. Please only take a taxi from the designated area.
  • Public transport: Train to Amsterdam Lelylaan (7 minutes), then metro 50 (direction Gein) to stop Heemstedestraat (1 minute). From here tram 2 (direction Centraal Station) to stop Delflandlaan (1 minute, use your metro ticket), or 8 minutes by foot.

How can I get from the hotel to Amsterdam Centre?

The tram stop (nr. 2) is located in front of the hotel. The hotel does not sell tickets for the public transportation. You can find more information on where to buy them on the website of the GVB.

To the centre?
Tram 2 (direction Centraal Station) to Museumplein (Van Gogh Museum/Rijksmuseum, 12 minutes) and Damsquare (22 minutes).

To Amsterdam Central Station?
Tram 2 (direction Centraal Station) to Amsterdam Centraal Station (28 minutes).

To RAI Congress Centre?
Tram 2 (direction Nieuw Sloten) to stop Heemstedestraat (1 stop) or 8 minutes walk. From station Heemstedestraat metro 50 (direction Gein) or metro 51 (direction Centraal Station) to Station Rai. From here approx. 7 minute walk.

How can I get to the hotel by car and where can I park for a reasonable price?

XO Hotels Couture is situated next to the highway A10. Visit Google maps to plan your route to the hotel. Use your navigation with the following details: Delflandlaan 15, 1062 EA Amsterdam.
The parking garage is next to the hotel. Costs are €4 per hour, with a maximum of €20 a day.

A reservation is not possible, but there are enough spaces for everyone.

We have two charging stations for electric cars. You will need your own card to activate the charging station.

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