Local Accomodations

Hotel Accomodations

IWIPP has secured discounted rates at the following hotels. Rooms are available on a first come first serve basis, and you must mention the conference name during booking to receive the discount. Additional accommodation information can be found here.

 

Hotel De Plataan
Doelenplein 10
2611 BP Delft
Tel: +31 (0)15 212 60 46

 

Bridges House Hotel
Oude Delft 74
2611 CD Delft
Tel: + 31 (0) 15 - 21 24 036

 

Hotel Grand Canal
Breestraat 1
2611 CB Delft
Tel: +31 (0) 15 215 71 33
Tel (24h): +31 (0) 6 510 31 923

 

Best Western Museumhotel Delft
Oude Delft 189
2611 HD Delft
Tel: +31 (0) 15 215 30 70

 

Hotel Johannes Vermeer
Molslaan 18
2611 RM Delft
Tel: +31 (0) 15 212 64 66

 

Hotel De Koophandel
Beestenmarkt 30
2611 GC Delft
Tel: +31 (0) 15 214 23 02

 

Hampshire Hotel - Delft Centre
Koepoortplaats 3
2612 RR Delft
Tel: +31 (0) 35 677 72 17

 

Hotel de Emauspoort
Vrouwenregt 9 – 11
2611 KK Delft
Tel: +31 (0) 15 219 02 19

 

Travel Accomodations

Delft is very easy to reach from anywhere in the world. It is at a short train ride from Schiphol Amsterdam Airport, which is extremely well-connected with direct flights to/from all major and many smaller European cities, a score of cities in the USA, and many Asian destinations.

 

Driving to Delft

The TU Campus is easily accessible by car via the A13, exit Delft/Pijnacker and exit Delft Zuid/TU-wijk.

If you plan to come to Delft by car, we advise you to use Google Maps to help you plan your route.

From Amsterdam Schiphol Airport

Trains from Schiphol to Delft

Trains from the airport to Delft are very comfortable and take approximately 40 minutes. There is a direct train every 30 minutes. One-way train tickets cost €9.10 (€15.50 for first class). Schiphol railway station can be entered in the main hall of the airport. After clearing customs, you have to go through two rows of shops to get to the main hall. Depending on the train you take to Delft, you will need to go to track 5 or 6. There are ticket windows in the main hall on the side of track 1. Alternatively, you can use the yellow ticket machines in the baggage claim area or the main hall, which (only at Schiphol Airport) take credit cards.

You should take a train to the main railway station of Delft (not to Delft-Zuid), which is situated between the railway stations Den Haag (The Hague) HS and Rotterdam CS. Direct trains depart from Schiphol at hh.17 or hh.47. When you happen to take a train that requires a change at Leiden, take care that you don't take a train to Den Haag CS, which is another, terminal station in The Hague. For the train time table, please see the website of Dutch Rail (NS).

For taxis in Delft, please note that because of construction going on in and around Delft railway station, the taxi stand is behind (= on the western side of) the station, on the other side of the blue building you'll see from the platform. When leaving the platform after arriving from Schiphol at the rear end of the train, go down the stairs, turn left, and then left again. After about 100 meters, you will find the taxi stand. You can also use the temporary foot bridge towards the front of the train.

Taxis from Schiphol to Delft

A taxi from Schiphol to Delft will cost anywhere between €79 and €95 (prices vary, and these are approximate prices). You can book a taxi with the Schiphol Travel Taxi service; the popular ride-sharing app Uber is also available from the airport.

From Rotterdam The Hague Airport

There are direct flights from several European cities to Rotterdam The Hague Airport, which is very close to Delft. A taxi from Rotterdam Airport to Delft will cost around 25 euro. The telephone number to call a taxi is +31 (0)10-26 20 406. If you prefer to travel to Delft by public transportion, you will first need to take bus nr. 33 to Rotterdam Central Station, which takes about 20 minutes. From there, you can take a direct train to Delft; these run every 15 minutes. See also the website of the RET (local Rotterdam transportation, in Dutch) and Dutch Rail (NS).