Amsterdam Conference Centre Beurs van Berlage

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Beursplein 1 Damrak 243 Amsterdam 1012 ZJ


Commission Deal 10%

04/01/2024 – 08/31/2024

WiFi complimentary (wireless internet)

01/18/2023 – 01/31/2024


Beurs van Berlage first Dutch conference centre to receive Green Globe Certificate Amsterdam, August 22nd 2022 - Amsterdam Conference Centre Beurs van Berlage is the first Dutch conference and events centre to receive the Green Globe Certificate. Located in a national monument from 1903, with a place on the UNESCO list of most important buildings worldwide, the Beurs van Berlage is a central meeting place in the historic heart of Amsterdam used by many users and stakeholders. By means of a sound CSR policy, the Beurs van Berlage wants to work towards socially circular business operations and contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), guided by their own core values. “We are incredibly proud that we received the Green Globe Certificate, as the first conference and events centre in the Netherlands”, explains Willemijn de Vet, Marketing Manager at the Beurs van Berlage. “Green Globe offers us a framework with which we can control, monitor and improve our sustainability processes. It furthermore shows our commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility.” Feedback from Green Globe auditor - Emilie Hagedoorn "Whether it is about being an inclusive and caring employer, a generous community member, respecting the historical architecture of the building or simply being creative with actions such as sourcing from local suppliers, reducing food waste, serving yummy vegan menus or saving water & energy Beurs van Berlage does all of this and more. The pandemic has helped making some good changes and there are some big plans for the future. All in all a great first audit for this unique venue in Amsterdam." Green Globe is the world’s leading certification for sustainable operation and management of travel & tourism worldwide. The Green Globe International Standard for Sustainable Tourism has been developed over three decades in collaboration with the travel and tourism industry, communities in tourism destinations and other stakeholders. The Standard is recognised by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council and Green Globe is an Affiliate Member of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation UNWTO. Read all about the Beurs van Berlage CSR policy on the website Sustainability - Beurs van Berlage


Room features and guest services

  • Internet access


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Video conference
  • VIP services

AV capabilities

  • AV equipment
  • High speed internet
  • Onsite AV staff

Venue accessibility

  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Dance floor
  • Loading dock
  • Portable walls
  • Staging area

AV capabilities

  • AV capabilities
  • AV capabilities (Preferred vendors)

Getting Here


  • Paid parking
  • Valet parking
  • Street parking
  • Bus parking

Distance from airport

  • 9.94 mi. from venue

Amsterdam Conference Centre Beurs van Berlage Meeting Space

Total meeting space45,961 sq. ft.
Meeting rooms2
Largest room16,899 sq. ft.
Second largest room7,535 sq. ft.
Exhibit Space2,500 sq. ft.

Guest Rooms

Total guest rooms1,000

Local Attractions

Tony's Chocolonely Super Store

2 minutes away
"Our Super Store offers you all the chocolate you can handle. Taste all our crazy flavours, learn how serious we are about people. Make your own custom Tony's bar with our Unlimiteds machine, right there in the store! Amsterdam still is the biggest cocoaport in Europe, so we did not pick this magical place by accident. In early 1900's, cocoa was traded in the Beurs van Berlage. The Super Store is located right beneath the trading floor where that happened."
Oudebrugsteeg 15
Amsterdam, NL 1012 JN

Oude Kerk Amsterdam

Historical landmark
5 minutes away
Around the year 1500, artist Jacob van Oostsaenen (1470-1533) was commissioned by the churchwardens to make new works for the Oude Kerk. His work is still here to admire, desecrated by the iconoclasm and worn by time. The tradition to order new work for the Oude Kerk from artists has never waned. Today, Van Oostsaenen has numerous colleagues in the Oude Kerk, from Joost van den Vondel and Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck to Marinus Boezem and Christian Boltanski – making the Oude Kerk the biggest commissioner of art in the Netherlands. We present contemporary art and connect our time to the centuries yet to come.
Oudekerksplein 23
Amsterdam, NL 1012 GX

Canal Cruising

2 minutes away
The history of Amsterdam is intimately connected with water. Its 165 canals were created over the centuries to stimulate trade and transport and reclaim land to expand the city. They continue define the city’s landscape and in 2010 Amsterdam's canal ring was recognised as a UNESCO world heritage site. Take a canal boat tour in Amsterdam. Besides providing a stunning backdrop to the city’s historical centre, floating down Amsterdam’s canals is one of the most memorable ways to discover the city. Whether you’re a first-time or frequent visitor, everything in Amsterdam seems a bit more magical when viewed from a boat.
Amsterdam, NL

Kalverstraat Shopping district

5 minutes away
The Kalverstraat is the busiest shopping street of Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands. It is named after the kalvermarkt ("calves market") that was held here until the 17th Century. The Kalverstraat is the most expensive shopping street in the Netherlands, with rents of 2200 euros per square meter. The street begins at Dam Square and ends roughly 750 meters down near the Munttoren tower at Muntplein square. The "Kalverstraat" is one of the streets leading from Dam Square to Rembrandt Square. The street is one of the oldest streets from Amsterdam and now holds many international shops, making it one of the most popular destinations for tourists and the Dutch to do their shopping.
Amsterdam, NL

Dam Square - Royal Palace

Historical landmark
3 minutes away
The Royal Palace is one of three palaces used by the monarch, Her Majesty Queen Beatrix. It is the venue for State Visits, the Queen’s New Year receptions and other official functions, including the annual presentation of the Erasmus Prize, the Silver Carnation, the Royal Awards for Painting and the Prince Claus Prize. When the Palace is not in use by the monarch (Royal House), it is open to the public under the auspices of the Amsterdam Royal Palace Foundation. The Royal Palace is open to the public most of the year and attracts about one hundred thousand visitors annually. It is open daily in summer, otherwise from Tuesday to Sunday. The annual summer exhibition focuses on the rich history of the building and highlights a heritage dating back to the Golden Age. In autumn, the works of up-and-coming young artists are shown in a special exhibition held in conjunction with the presentation of the Royal Awards for Painting.
Dam Square
P.O. Box 3708
Amsterdam, NL 1001 AM

Westerkerk Amsterdam

Historical landmark
1 km away
Hendrick de Keyser (1565-1621) was the architect of Westerkerk. Commissioned by the Amsterdam City Council, the church was built between 1620 and 1631. Westerkerk was not the first Protestant church built in Amsterdam, but it was the first biggest in the world for sure. Noorderkerk and Zuiderkerk were built for the Protestant service ealier, whereas Nieuwe Kerk and Oude Kerk were meant for the Roman Catholic mass.Westerkerk was built in the Dutch Renaissance style and in the form of a patriarchal cross. The monument has a rectangular shape, is 48 metres long, 28 metres wide and 27.5 metres high to the wooden barrel vaulting in the nave. Eye-catching is the bright, undimmed sunlight pouring in from every angle via the 36 large windows (the light is not obstructed by any adjacent buildings). This 'light effect' is further enforced by the whitewashed inner walls. Apart from the large windows, the church is also characterised by grey-white painted ornaments made of natural stone between the white plasterings. Pillars, arcs, joists, pilasters and the main frame of the lower floor are made of Bentheim sandstone painted dark grey. Since the Westerkerk was commissioned by the Amsterdam City Council at the time, the city arms are a recurring theme in the church. Both the nave and the two high side aisle bays are covered with wooden barrel vaults, forming groined vaults at their crossbeams. The remaining low side aisle bays have stone cross-ribbed vaults.
Prinsengracht 281
Amsterdam, NL 1016 GW

Madame Tussauds

3 minutes away
Marvel at the rich and famous close up. Waxed look-alikes. Right on Dam Square.
Dam 20
Amsterdam, NL 1012 NP

Flower Market

1 km away
The Amsterdam Flower Market is the only floating flower market in the world, and one of the most fragrant places of interest of Amsterdam - in all seasons. This unique market exists since 1862. The flower stalls stand on the houseboats and evoke the old days when the market was daily supplied by boat. The flower market of Amsterdam is a particularly colorful place in the city. You will find there all sorts of tulips, narcissus, geraniums and many other types of flowers. At the Amsterdam Flower Market you can either buy bouquets, single flowers or bulbs. The bulbs are ready for export, so you can enjoy them at home too.
Amsterdam, NL 1012 WP


ANNOUNCEMENT Beurs van Berlage first Dutch conference centre to receive Green Globe Certificate!!! Discover the Beurs van Berlage! The Beurs van Berlage breathes history and character. It was already a bustling trading place in 1903. Today it’s a one in a million conference location in the warm heart of Amsterdam, with high quality and service, an impressive atmosphere and excellent facilities. A fantastic location that you’ll never forget! Hotspot since 1903 The Beurs van Berlage has been an international hotspot with charm since 1903. A building of grandeur. But also 'the place to be' in the soul of Amsterdam where special things happen every day. World-class events, fairs, expositions and conferences. 16.000 m2 of POSSIBILITIES Many big names have preceded you, will your next event take place in our inspirational venue? Contact For more information about organising your event at the Beurs van Berlage, please contact our Sales Managers. They all have a lot of experience and knowledge in the area of national and international conferences and are able to provide you with all the advice you need. They are more than happy to tell you more about the advantages of organising your event at our unique venue and will help you decide which conference halls and rooms suit your conference best. You can reach our Sales Managers during office hours on +31 (0)20 - 531 33 55 of per e-mail via Make your event an unforgettable experience by organising it in Amsterdam Conference Centre Beurs van Berlage!


High season
Sep 1 – Nov 30
Mar 1 – Jun 30
Shoulder season
Low season
Dec 1 – Dec 31
Jan 1 – Feb 29
Jul 1 – Aug 31

Facility Restrictions

Beurs van Berlage offers a hotel service guaranteeing lowest prices and best conditions. A great number of hotels in various price categories are available within walking distance. Please check the possible options. We don't have the option to offer bedrooms only!

Additional Information

What makes the Beurs van Berlage unique? Expertise Thanks to years of experience with large-scale events and conferences, we are able to realize high quality events time after time. With an average customer rating of 9.1/10 as a result. Our team of event specialists is ready to facilitate an unforgettable experience! Ideal location The building is located in the characteristic historic center of Amsterdam, opposite the Central Station and around the corner from Dam Square. Amidst impressive cultural highlights and no fewer than eight thousand hotel rooms. Excellent accessibility You can be in the Beurs van Berlage in less than fifteen minutes from Schiphol Airport. Moreover, there are ample parking opportunities within walking distance. Full-service We’re happy to take away your worries, by offering fantastic culinary catering, professional organization, high technology support and extensive hotel services. In the Beurs van Berlage, only the best is good enough. Exceptional architecture The design by master architect Berlage breathes history and vigor. It certainly leaves an unforgettable impression! Hotel services Our hotel service ensures that during your congress sufficient hotel rooms are available for your guests, within walking distance of the Beurs van Berlage. Certified Healthcare Venue!