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Amsterdam Schiphol Airport

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Yotel Schiphol Airport

ABOVE: A corridor view of a premium cabin in the Yotel at Schiphol Airport. INSET BELOW: Yotel CEO Gerard Green makes himself comfortable in a standard cabin.

Amsterdam airport hotels

Yotel CEO Gerard GreenAs we mention in our Amsterdam guide, Schiphol is so close to Amsterdam's city center (only 15 or 20 minutes by train) that you can easily stay near Centraal Station and catch a train to the airport on your day of departure.

However, if you want to sleep near the airport, you'll find listings of hotels on the airport Web site's "Hotels at Schiphol" page. And if you'd like to stay in the airport itself (behind security, in a terminal), the Yotel will accommodate you for anywhere from a few hours to overnight.

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Official airport site

KLM Fokker jetAmsterdam Airport Schiphol
Get information on flights, ground services, shopping, and transportation from the airport's official Web site.

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