Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Amsterdam Airport Shared Arrival Transfer. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Driver was waiting, just as informed. He was very helpful and kind. Wonderfull service.
On time with name up high. Great ride and safe unlike our pickups in Rome
Very helpful, had to change my pickup time to an earlier one, as arrived on earlier flight and forgot to call ahead, my fault! But not a problem, was able to be transfered on earlier car, so didn't have to wait hours around the airport. Thank you!
I was met by the driver and taken to a beautiful, comfortable Mercedes. The drive to my hotel was informative and without incident. Just what I needed after a very long flight.
Representative was waiting for us , helped with the luggage and offered useful information on the city as we drove to the hotel.
So worth it. Couldn't imagine getting into Amsterdam and finding my hotel without assistance. Our driver was fun, and gave us a lot of tips for travel in the city
Wonderful to be picked up and delivered to our hotel, we were the only two in the van, nice driver, and very informative
Met as I walked out of arrivals and taken directly and efficiently to my hotel I was the only passenger. Very satisfactory.
This company was waiting for us at the airport and that particular day we were the only pick up so felt like a private transfer! Was quick and easy to find the driver!
Transport to the city was excellent. Driver was waiting at the airport and took us without incident to our hotel.
I did not share with anyone and had a nice black Merc pick me up. The driver was great. Very nice way to arrive. The only issue was the instructions on the Voucher in my opinion. As they are not that clear. The meeting point is quite a distance from where you exit the airport. It is down a shopping alley and around a corner. I was looking for about 10 minutes closer to the exit point of the airport. I had to go looking and ask the information desk where the red squares were.