DeLaMar Theatre parking
DeLaMar is a theatre opposite Leidseplein in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, with dual auditoriums of 601 and 939 seats. It has been mostly used for musicals, plays. The structure that now houses DeLaMar was built in 1887, and it served as a school and a factory. In 1947, the artist Piet Grossouw bought the building and founded the De la Mar Theatre, which he called after the actor Nap de la Mar, the father of his aunt, Fien de la Mar.
The venue was closed for restoration in 2005 by the VandenEnde Foundation, established by Joop and Janine van den Ende. Following the restoration in 2010, the theatre was dubbed DeLaMar and formally opened by Queen Beatrix and Cabaret.
Weparc – Museumkwartier valet service car park (Covered)
The Weparc-Museumkwartier valet parking provides easy entry to the DeLaMar Theatre. The parking lot is enclosed and available every day, from 7 a.m. to around 10:30 p.m., you can avail of the parking facility through our Weparc affiliate 30-60 minutes before arrival. Please contact the driver on the phone number indicated in your verification email. The driver (recognized with the blue Weparc jacket) will be waiting for you at the Marnixstraat 402 (DeLaMar Theatre) pick-up spot.
Before handing the car over to the valet operator, ask the valet operator for his / her verification code. This code needs to fit the code in your confirmation file. The driver examines the car for any defects until he or she moves it to the Q-Park car park. The driver must drive the vehicle back to the location where you brought it.
To ensure that the driver can easily identify your car, we advise that you mention the color of the car while booking, in addition to the vehicle model.
In case you arrive sooner or later than the specified period in your booking or the case of any adjustments while your car is reserved, we suggest you notify the driver via the number in your booking email. If the parking period is extended, you compensate the driver directly as per the regular hourly rate. Surcharges-are billed straight to the car park if you arrive more than 15 minutes later than the start/end period of your booking, a total of €15 would be added to your bill.
APCOA Parking Prins & Keizer
Parking in the middle of Amsterdam is costly. You will have to pay €7.50 an hour if you are parking on the street. If you are looking for pocket-friendly parking, you can park your car at APCOA PARKING Prins & Keizer. It is about a 10-minute walk from the DeLaMar Theatre. You may park all night and all weekend for just €15 from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.
The parking rates at APCOA PARKING on the weekends are also very competitive! You will have to pay only €20 every 24 hours on Saturday and Sunday. You can make it a fun day in Amsterdam, or even a weekend. Knowing your car is in safe parking can make your experience at the theatre even better.
The Prins & Keizer parking garage is entirely well fitted with many facilities. Different areas are accessible for disabled people; moreover, there are sufficient charging stations for electric vehicles at the garage.