Park, Sleep, Fly


Park your car at Sheraton while travelling

Worrying about your car during your travels should be avoided at all times. Park and Sleep at Sheraton before your flight and travel with comfort to your next destination. Your car is secure with us during your travels!

Closest Parking to Schiphol Airport

No airport shuttle needed

At Sheraton, we aim to make your travels as comfortable as possible. Park at Sheraton and walk from the terminal to your car within 2 minutes. There is no airport shuttle needed to our hotel or parking area. Our parking is situated next to the entrance of the hotel and is closer to the airport than Valet Parking 1 from Schiphol and the WTC Parking.

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Park & Dine (not available during lockdown)

In need for a quick bite, drink or do you have a meeting at Schiphol Airport? No problem at Sheraton. Park your car with us and enjoy one of our Restaurants & Bars while overlooking the airport runways.

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Park for a day

Looking for a parking spot close to Schiphol Plaza? Besides our 'Park, Sleep, Fly' package, we offer parking possibilities per day. Price for the Sheraton Parking starts at €39,- per day. Book your Parking spot with our Guest Service Team via +31203164300 or E-mail us.

Sheraton Parking Features


24/7 Security

The Parking of Sheraton Amsterdam Airport has a 24/7 security to ensure the safety of your car while you are exploring new parts of the world.

Car Charging Stations

At Sheraton we love to take care of our environment and we encourage guests to drive green. Are you driving a hybrid or total electric car? We have power stations to charge your car while you stay or dine with us.

Covered Parking

With rain hitting The Netherlands quite often, a covered parking is useful for your car. The Sheraton Parking is a covered garage at Schiphol Airport making sure the car looks exactly like you left it.

2 minutes walk to Schiphol Plaza

The Sheraton Parking is only a short 2-minute walk to Schiphol Plaza, the airport's terminals and the International NS Train station through a covered hallway.
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