Black Hat Europe 2009 Venue
Training: 14-15 April • Briefings: 16-17 April
Address: Piet Heinkade 11; 1019 BR Amsterdam; Netherlands
email: hotel.amsterdam@moevenp[email protected]
+31 20 519 1200
+31 20 519 1239
The simplest and most convenient way to reserve your room is to
You may also call the hotel directly: +31 20 519 1200
+31 20 519 1249
and use the Group Code: BLACK HAT
EUR 174 per night (inclusive of 6% VAT and service charge and exclusive of 5% city tax). This rate DOES NOT include the breakfast. Free Wireless is available throughout the hotel.
Rates are good for stays from 12-18 April 2009.
The Group Rate closes on March 13, 2009
General Hotel Information:
The new Moevenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre is located on the water's edge yet within walking distance from the old center of Amsterdam and the Central Station.
All guestrooms, conference facilities and public areas are non-smoking, including the Restaurant and Bar. Kindly note that there are no designated smoking areas onsite.
Excellent rooms: larger than average, with top of the bill facilities (wired/free wireless LAN high-speed internet, breathtaking view over the harbor or city) and other five star facilities.
The excellent location makes the hotel an exciting place to be. The combination between the adjacent Passenger Terminal Amsterdam and Muziekgebouw is unique and unsurpassed by anyone in Amsterdam. The area is upcoming, trendy and holds a high cultural and creative allure.
Learn more about the hotel: read the New York Times Travel Article.
from Amsterdam Airport Schipol
Points of Interest
Sightseeing and General Information:
Miniature City Madurodam:
See Amsterdam in 1:25 scale.
Royal Delft - De Porceleyne Fles:
visit the last remaining Delftware manufacturer surviving since the 17th century still producing entirely handmade Delftware.
Open-air exhibition of flowers with over 7 million bulbs. The Keukenhof 2008 opens 20 March and will close on 20 May.
Amsterdam Museums & Galleries:
Amsterdam has 42 museums and galleries.
Page includes a map
Amsterdam's NEMO, a green building shaped like a ship, is the biggest science centre in the Netherlands and offers the chance to take a voyage of discovery into the world of science and technology. Perfect for children aged four to 16 and their parents, the centre covers a broad range of subjects including natural science, human behavior and information and communication technology. NEMO is closed Mondays.
From the Amsterdam Museums & Galleries
From the weather.com