Schiphol expands between Piers B and C
Europe’s Preferred Airport provides catering and services prior to departure
Yesterday Amsterdam Airport Schiphol has opened a surprising and inviting new area, beyond passport control at the beginning of Pier C, where passengers can relax and unwind in stylish surroundings before boarding. For anyone who likes the unexpected, the ‘pop-up’ space offers a dynamic, varied range of experiences. This is currently the exciting ‘Heineken Experience’.
Airport Rituals Store & Spa
The unique Airport Rituals Store & Spa, operated by Kappé Schiphol and the first brand in the world to combine Home & Body cosmetics, not only offers travellers a choice range of quality care products, it also offers them a chance to enjoy a little pampering. In addition to featuring inspiring products to revive body and spirit, the spa also provides brief hand and foot care treatments.
JuicyDetails juice bar
Enjoy healthy food and drink at JuicyDetails, where smoothies and health shots in the most delightful fruity combinations are served in a trendy, sustainable environment. The key products in this concept are the juices and smoothies freshly prepared on site. Besides juices, a selection of healthy ‘grab and go’ products is also available. JuicyDetails is operated by HMSHost Schiphol
Relaxing in style
In the elegant sitting area passengers can relax and/or use the airport’s free WiFi network. The area’s striking design was developed by the Dutch design agency “Staat”, using a wooden construction that flows through the area like a wave. The open walnut structure gives the area a warm and transparent appearance.
Schiphol: Europe’s Preferred Airport
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is keen to be and remain Europe’s preferred airport. This means that passengers consciously choose to travel via Schiphol. They do so because Schiphol is much more than simply an airport: it is a dynamic hub where people feel welcome and where different worlds meet, just like in a modern city. With its hospitable and inspiring development of this part of the terminal, which was an empty space until recently, Schiphol continues to fulfil its ambition of remaining Europe’s Preferred Airport.