Venue

Location | Transportation | Accommodation | About Rotterdam Ahoy


Location

venueThe venue of the conference is Rotterdam AHOY, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Conference room: Dock 6,First floor

Travelling to Rotterdam Ahoy? Whether you’re driving, cycling or using public transport, we’re easy to get to.

Rotterdam Ahoy is ideally located just off the motorway, with the Zuidplein metro and bus stop nearby and Rotterdam The Hague Airport just a short distance away.

And since we have space for 2,000 vehicles, you will always find secure parking at Ahoy.

Rotterdam Ahoy
Conference room: Dock 6
First floor
Ahoyweg 10
3084 BA Rotterdam
The Netherlands
Phone: +31(0)10-2933300



Transportation

There are several modes to get to the venue.

car venue Arriving by car? Navigation to Ahoyweg 10, 3084 BA Rotterdam

The car parks at Rotterdam Ahoy offer space to 2.000 vehicles. Cars can be parked all day for €13.00.

plane venue Arriving by airplane? The region has many international airports: Rotterdam The Hague Airport, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Eindhoven Airport
train venue Arriving by train? Rotterdam Ahoy is easy to get to by tube and train. The Ahoy Arena is a brief 5-minute walk away from the Zuidplein tube station and bus stop.

Plan your trip here.

Make sure the credit on your ‘OV-chipkaart’ is topped up and remember to check out on your way back.

bus venue Arriving by bus? Rotterdam Ahoy is easy to get to by bus. The Ahoy Arena is a brief 5-minute walk away from the Zuidplein bus stop.

Plan your trip here.

Make sure the credit on your ‘OV-chipkaart’ is topped up and remember to check out on your way back.

taxi venue Taxi? Rotterdam Taxi Service, T. +31 (010) 2372018

Accommodation

More information will follow soon!

About Rotterdam AHOY

Built for experiences – since 1971

Rotterdam Ahoy has been the proud host of a diverse range of brilliant entertainment, sports and business events for more than 45 years. The arena and convention centre sought to excel from the very start…

1950 – Rotterdam completes post-war reconstruction and opens the Rotterdam Ahoy! exhibition in a temporary hall (later nicknamed the Ahoy! hall) on what is now the Dijkzigt site.

1969 – 1971 Rotterdam Ahoy evolves into the multifunctional venue it is today.

1971 – The late Prince Claus of the Netherlands opens the venue which is now named ‘Ahoy Rotterdam’.

2009 – 2011 The Ahoy Arena is extensively refurbished and Ahoy Rotterdam celebrates its 40th anniversary.

2016 – To mark our 45th anniversary, we are celebrating all year! With our new name – Rotterdam Ahoy – we return to our roots.