When booking an
important business trip to Amsterdam for yourself or your colleagues, nothing
comes close in terms of convenience, privacy and cost effectiveness to a
serviced apartment. Amsterdam is a thriving city filled with business
opportunities, and as such finding the best corporate apartment for your working
needs is vital. SilverDoor Apartments is your first point of call for locating
a serviced apartment in Amsterdam ideally suited to you.
From our excellent customer service team, to our leading selection of serviced corporate apartments in Amsterdam, we at SilverDoor Apartments have the expertise and the tools to ensure your business trip is as successful as possible. With a staff of friendly, helpful and professional experts in the industry, you can rest assured that your booking is being arranged by the very best in the business.
Not only is SilverDoor Apartments a leading corporate serviced apartment agent, it is also a thoroughly recommended brand boasting hundreds of 5 star reviews. With excellent knowledge of the locales where our corporate serviced apartments are based worldwide, we can advise you on every element of your stay. Want to know the best places or restaurants to visit in Amsterdam? Contact us, or simply visit our extensive blog collection of city guides and articles.
SilverDoor serviced apartments offer an endless number of benefits. Not only do we have a collection of aparthotels spanning Amsterdam’s districts – making our serviced apartments much more convenient than hotels – we also go the extra mile to ensure your requirements are taken care of by providing:
When you are ready to book your serviced apartment in Amsterdam with SilverDoor Apartments, call a member of our friendly team to receive immediate assistance and advice. Alternatively, you can of course browse our extensive collection of aparthotels directly through our website.
It is often our instinct to consider hotels for travel accommodation – especially when arranging a business trip – but the positives of serviced apartments outweigh those of hotels to such a degree that the preferred choice is clear. Corporate apartments are stylish, well-appointed residences which can be used for both short-term and long-term stay (depending on your requirements). With a serviced apartment in Amsterdam you receive the optional services of a hotel with the benefits a private space has to offer:
Between appointments and meetings, you will likely have time to fill in this cosmopolitan and contemporary city. Below we have listed some key information which will help inform you of how best to use your time in Amsterdam.
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is an impressive gateway to the Netherlands, and hints at the city’s modern and technologically sophisticated culture. Once in the city, there are plenty of transportation options available, including metros, trams and trains. To take advantage of all the public transport system, Amsterdam offers the I amsterdam City Card which makes movement throughout the city straightforward and convenient.
For a more relaxed way to travel, consider the various water taxis which ferry visitors throughout Amsterdam’s canal system every day. Alternatively, the city has a variety of trusted road taxis you can employ for quick journeys between appointments.
Restaurants and bars
Amsterdam’s international reputation extends to its wide range of multinational cuisines at top rate restaurants throughout the city. From trendy ‘snack’ venues and pancake houses to Michelin standard dining experiences, Amsterdam is far from short of eateries. Similarly, the city boasts an impressive array of bars and cafes, including ‘brown cafes’ – a traditional class of bar cemented in local Dutch culture.
Beginning as a humble fishing village in the 12th century, Amsterdam has developed into one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. Particularly impressive is the city’s development, having been built upon piles – huge stakes driven into the earth. Over 6,000 of these stilts hold up Central Station. As you might expect for a city built on water, Amsterdam has more than ten kilometres of canals running through it, which are still lined with the historic houses once owned by rich 17th century merchants.
Amsterdam is regarded as a city reflecting modern values and a contemporary approach to inclusivity. As such the city is especially welcoming and friendly, and an atmosphere of safety and ease can be felt throughout its many streets. In fact, the city is home to 168 different nationalities.
The city of Amsterdam has long been synonymous with bicycles – just one way in which its inhabitants demonstrate a care for the environment. It is estimated there are 847,000 bicycles being used in the city, with many people finding the ‘bike friendly’ road and pavement network an efficient alternative to motor vehicle transportation.
Considered a key city in the European market, Amsterdam continues to thrive economically. A stable tourism trade and attractive work-life balance means more businesses are drawn to the city, both to establish offices and to make contacts with industry leaders. Amsterdam is also home to many business conferences and events which attract business interest from industries across the globe.
Read our Amsterdam city guide for a rundown of the top things to do and see in the city.