Venue & Hospitality

Conference Venue: Holiday Inn Amsterdam – Arena Towers.
Hoogoorddreef 66a, 1101 BE Amsterdam, Netherlands

Phone: 31 20 7979198

For further queries:
Tel/Whatsapp: +44 2039363178
Email: /

Conference Dates: May 06-07, 2019

Hotel Services & Amenities

  • Audio/Visual Equipment Rental.
  • Business Center.
  • Business Phone Service.
  • Complimentary Printing Service.
  • Express Mail.
  • Fax.
  • Meeting Rooms.
  • Office Rental.
  • Photo Copying Service.
  • Secretarial Service.
  • Telex.
  • Typewriter.
  • Video Conference.
  • Video Messaging.
  • Video Phone.
  • ATM.
  • Baggage Storage.
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Driving Directions to

Get on A4 from Havenmeesterweg
Head west on Inspecteurspassage towards Havenmeesterweg
26 m
Turn right onto Havenmeesterweg
35 m
Make a U-turn
550 m
Continue onto Handelskade
200 m
Turn right onto Energiestraat
210 m
Turn left onto the slip road to Westelijke Randweg
230 m
Turn right onto Westelijke Randweg
260 m
Turn left to merge onto A4
2.0 km
Continue on A4. Take A10 to Burgemeester Stramanweg/N522 in Ouderkerk aan de Amstel. Take exit 1-Ouderkerk aan de Amstel from A2/E35
9 min (13.3 km)
Merge onto A4
5.1 km
Keep left to stay on A4
1.0 km
Continue onto A10
4.1 km
At the Knooppunt Amstel junction, Use the right 2 lanes to follow signs for E35/A2 towards Utrecht
2.5 km
Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 1-Ouderkerk aan de Amstel towards Ouderkerk aan de Amstel/Amsterdam-Zuidoost
600 m
Continue on Burgemeester Stramanweg to your destination in Amsterdam-Zuidoost, Amsterdam
5 min (1.8 km)
Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Burgemeester Stramanweg/N522
Continue to follow Burgemeester Stramanweg
600 m
Use the middle lane to take the s111 slip road to Duivendrecht
270 m
Use the 2nd from the right lane to keep right at the fork and merge onto Holterbergweg/s111
210 m
Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto De Entree
290 m
Turn right onto Haaksbergweg
170 m
Destination will be on the right
36 m
Holiday Inn Amsterdam - Arena Towers
Hoogoorddreef 66a, 1101 BE Amsterdam, Netherlands

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About City

Amsterdam is the capital and most populated municipality in the Netherlands. It has a total population of 861,000. The city is located in the province of North Holland in the west of the country. Its name derives from Amstelredamme, indicative of the city's origin around a dam in the river Amstel. The 17th-century canals of Amsterdam and the 19-20th century Defense Line of Amsterdam are on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is ranked 1st in the world in welcoming visitors and world-class business meetings. It also leads Europe in the available surface for trade exhibitions.

In many Western countries, mental disorders are the leading cause of disability, responsible for 30-40% of chronic sick leave and costing some 3% of GDP. There are numerous hospitals, institutions in Amsterdam which are working in the field of psychiatry and psychology research and mental health care.

Amsterdam is served by Amsterdam Airport Schipol- Holland’s main international airport located 9 KM southwest of Amsterdam. Amsterdam also has a beautiful port located on the banks of the North Sea Canal and IJ. The Port of Amsterdam is the 4th busiest port by metric tonnes of cargo and 3rd biggest cruise port in Europe. 

We look forward to seeing you in Amsterdam- Venice of the North. 

Public transport and Taxi
You can reach the Hotel from the Schiphol Airport(AMS) by buses of line 300 which takes around 27 minutes to reach
Holterbergweg which is 2 minutes walking distance from the hotel. Buses run every 5 minutes from Amsterdam Airport to
Holterbergweg. It would cost you around 4-6 Euros.
A taxi can take you to the Hotel in around 13 minutes and charge around 16-19 Euros for the trip.
It takes 11 minutes by train (Sprinter) from Schiphol Airport to Amsterdam RAI Station which runs every 20 minutes. The charges
may range between 5-9 Euros
History & Culture

Amsterdam is chock full of historic and cultural sights, from bustling Dam Square to iconic street markets.

Dam Square: Amsterdam's central public square flanked by the Royal Palace is a popular gathering place for locals, tourists, and everyone in between.

Anne Frank House: No trip to Amsterdam would be complete without a visit to the Anne Frank House, a museum telling the story of the Jewish diarist.

Westerkerk: Head to this Renaissance-era Protestant church where Rembrandt is buried and climb the 278-ft spire for incredible views of Amsterdam.

Royal Palace: Built in 1808, the Royal Palace is the home of the Dutch Royal family and is open to the public when the palace is not in use.

Albert Cuyp Market: Opened in 1905, this iconic street market open six days a week is a great place to experience Dutch culture and try Dutch food.


Hankering for a taste of Dutch food? In Amsterdam, you can sample all of the Dutch specialties to your heart's content. Try some of these famous dishes and snacks!

Poffertjes: These pillowy bite-sized pancakes are the ultimate Dutch sweet treat. Made in a specially crafted poffertjes pan, these delicate little morsels are eaten with powdered sugar and butter.

Bitterballen: Despite the name, these fried balls of goodness are not bitter, but in fact savory fried gravy! A popular pub snack, they pair perfectly with a glass of ice cold beer.

Stamppot: This is Dutch comfort food at its finest. Stamppot is a hearty dish of potato, carrot and onion mash served with sausage and meatballs.

Stroopwafel: The most well-known of Dutch treats, stroopwafel is a chewy waffle made from two thin layers of batter, filled with either a gooey caramel or syrup and pressed together in a waffle iron.

Beer: Dutch beer is prized throughout the world and many of these delicious brews originate in Amsterdam. In fact, there are numerous breweries inside the city which range from international powerhouses such as Heineken to smaller, independent enterprises like Brouwerij het IJ or Gebrouwen door Vrouwen.