With its bold presence in Amsterdam’s A’DAM Toren, Sir Adam resonates with the vibrant energy of the building’s present occupants, including MassiveMusic, ID&T and Gibson. Built in 1971 to house the office of Royal Dutch Shell, it reopened in 2016 to become one of Amsterdam’s most creative and entertaining destinations. It’s just behind the city’s Central Station and overlooking the IJ-river. Make sure to check out the rooftop, called the Lookout, for 360 views of the city as well as our two delicious culinary neighbors, Moon and Ma’dam.
If you are traveling by car, use the address 'Overhoeksplein 1' in your navigation system. Take exit S116 towards S118 on the Johan van Hasseltweg and go left at the traffic lights towards Mosplein. Now take the third exit on the roundabout to the Hagendoornweg, and the fourth exit on the right (just before the church) to the Meidoornweg. Go left on the Meidoornweg and the first on the right to the Van der Pekbrug. Follow the signs to the A'DAM Tower, which lead you to the parking garage.
For public transport, click here and use your current location.
Schiphol Airport or Amsterdam Central Station if you are traveling from abroad - FYI: there is a free ferry crossing the IJ-River once every few minutes, 24/7.
Parking: Park your wheels in our garage for € 38.00 a day (24h). Hourly rates are € 3.00. Parking is upon availability and without pre-booking. It’s only an elevator ride up to the hotel.