This car park does not accept reservations through Parclick. However, you can book one of the nearby car parks that we offer you in the list.
Maximum height allowed≤ 3.5 m
About the car park
HOW IT WORKS: This is a valet parking service. Drive to the drop-off point at the address indicated on your reservation and the valet company staff will take charge of your vehicle, taking it to be parked in their guarded car park in the outskirts of Amsterdam, where it will remain... Read more
HOW IT WORKS: This is a valet parking service. Drive to the drop-off point at the address indicated on your reservation and the valet company staff will take charge of your vehicle, taking it to be parked in their guarded car park in the outskirts of Amsterdam, where it will remain until you ask for it to be returned.
Remember! This is just the meeting point where the driver will collect your vehicle :)
As the name suggests this is a pretty handy place to be if you are going to Stopera, which is just down the road and houses the city hall and the Nationale Opera & Ballet. It is also nice and close to Waterlooplein market, the Jewish Historical Museum and the Rembrandt House Museum, so great for discovering the rich cultural past of the city.
Sounds like a lot of fun doesn’t it? Well that’s not all…
Finding a parking space in the centre of Amsterdam can be a bit of a trial. Our valet service, for hotel guests, visitors to the area and also locals, is the perfect solution to save you from any difficulties. Drive directly to the Hotel Ibis Amsterdam Centre Stopera where a professional driver will be waiting to take your car off your hands and away to a secure car park just outside the city centre. From this point on you are free to enjoy yourself!
Here’s a bit more information about how you could spend your time.
The Waterlooplein market is a bargain hunter’s paradise, full of second hand and vintage stalls selling pottery, clothes, antiques, bikes - obviously - and much more! Just round the corner is the Rembrandt House Museum which gives a fantastic insight in to the life, methods and inspiration of the great painter.
Just past the museum is the Zuiderkerk which was the first Protestant church in Amsterdam and today is where you can find information about any of the public urban projects. It also hosts some events, exhibitions and conferences and you can even climb the tower, as part of the guided tour, for some stunning views out over the city. Another sight worth mentioning is the Monument to Jewish Resistance, a quiet spot for reflection.
◊ Move around
There is a metro stop at Waterlooplein which can take you to Central Station, on lines 51, 53 and 54, from where you can get anywhere else in the city, or you can off at Nieuwmarkt and wander through the centre soaking up the sights and sounds. There is also the tram stop Mr. Visserplein, next to the Portuguese synagogue, where you can use lines 9 and 14 to get around. If you’re feeling brave you can go for the two-wheeled option and join the locals on their famous bicycles.
» To get here
The best way to access the drop-off point is by exiting the A10 ring road and turning off onto the S112. From there it is simple, just follow it all the way down to Waterlooplein and turn right onto Valkenburgerstraat and you have arrived!
Booking your parking in advance will really help you optimise your Amsterdam experience!
There are a few additional products and services. Such as:
• To have your car returned earlier than the agreed time or at a different location; €10
• To have your car returned after opening hours (7 am - 10 pm), it's an additional €50
• Car washRead less