Terminal Valet Parking: You are better off at Schiphol's official parking

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Speed and comfort are priorities

Schiphol's Terminal Valet Parking allows you to park your car at the special entrance between Departures 2 and 3.

When you begin your journey, we park your car in our secure, sheltered and covered car park.

You can rest assured that we will handle your car with the utmost care. We keep track of the route and speed using GPS. In this way, we guarantee that there will never be more than an additional 4 km on the odometer.

When you return, your keys will be waiting for you and your car will be ready in front of Terminal Valet Parking.

  • Fastest Valet service: park your car in front of Departures
  • Exclusive lodge, extra services
  • We park your car in a secured, sheltered garage
  • Video surveillance, GPS tracker and odometer registration

Address: Vertrekpassage 3, 1118 ZG Schiphol, Haarlemmermeer

Here’s how Terminal Valet Parking works

Everything we do is for your comfort at Schiphol Terminal Valet Parking. Once you give us your keys, you can leave on your journey feeling worry-free – and we will take care of the rest. We park your car for you, then make sure it’s ready and waiting when you return. We also keep track of the route the car took, and ensure that there isn’t more than an additional 4 kilometres on the speedometer.

Complete your reservation

You can opt for some great extras when you make a reservation, including a car wash service. That way, your trip to and from Schiphol will save you time.

Electric vehicle charge points

When you arrive, just let the attendant know that your car is electric. When you return from your trip, we will ensure that your car is fully charged. The consumption rate of electric charging is € 0.30 per kWh with a starting rate of € 1.

Maximum clearance height is 2 metres

The maximum clearance height is 2 metres. Cars higher than 2 metres must be parked at P3 Long-term Parking in the parking lot.

Great incentives for companies with a subscription

A Terminal Valet Parking subscription is a great incentive for companies with staff that travel regularly. Use now and pay later with one monthly bill. Receive a daily discount of € 5 every day for up to 3-days of parking. And with a subscription you have an easy administration where you can add staff, pay your invoice and see your booking history. Subscribe now.

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Parking rates

You must make a reservation to use Terminal Valet Parking. Your rate will depend on the parking period you choose and how long you wish to park for. The earlier you book, the lower the rate. If you come back to collect your car much later than you booked for, the extra costs must be paid at the desk when you return. If you’re leaving within the next 4 hours, you can call our service desk on +31 20 406 7890.

Time Price
1 day € 47.50 regardless of duration
From 2 days € 47.50 + € 7.50 per hour to a max. of € 47.50 per day

Here’s where to find Terminal Valet at Schiphol

Enter Vertrekpassage 3, Schiphol, Haarlemmermeer into your GPS system. Or take the Schiphol exit from the A4 and follow the signs for Departures. You can register at the barrier just outside Departures 1 for access to the Schiphol Terminal Valet Parking car spaces.

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Your Terminal Valet Parking reservation

Change your reservation

You can change your reservation up to 24 hours in advance for no extra charge. To make changes, simply log in to our system with your reservation number.

Cancel your reservation

You can cancel your reservation up to 24 hours in advance for no extra charge. To make changes, simply log in to our system with your reservation number. If you need to cancel within 24 hours before departure, please call us on +31 20 406 7890.


You simply pay the standard rate for normal use of the service. For last-minute reservations or cancellations, as well as for additional services, a surcharge will be charged. Please download our overview of all the fees.

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