Experience the Best of Amsterdam with Conservatorium

Cruising through Amsterdam's canals.

Cruising through Amsterdam’s canals.

Make the most of Amsterdam with Conservatorium, a leading luxury hotel set in one of the city’s most prestigious districts. Apart from granting easy access to a plethora of attractions (the Van Gogh Museum, The Royal Concertgebouw, Rijksmuseum, and Vondelpark to name a few), the hotel is now offering guests an even better opportunity to explore the Dutch capital and soak up its charm. Designed to showcase the best that Amsterdam has to offer, The Big Five package entails a helicopter ride above the city, a tour with one of the hotel’s ambassadors, a visit to the sky-high A’DAM Lookout, a canal boat tour complete with a Michelin-starred meal, and a chance to explore the Van Gogh Museum without the tourist throngs.

Booking this package will also allow you to bed down in the top-floor I Love Amsterdam Suite (one of the hotel’s biggest accommodations), daily breakfast, a bottle of champagne, butler service, a copy of the hotel’s special magazine edition, and return airport transfers in a Bentley. You’ll even get to sit down with Conservatorium’s general manager over lunch—a rarity among hotel experiences—and indulge in an eight-course omasake at Taiko Restaurant, which delivers on its namesake with live performances every evening. Meanwhile, wellness enthusiasts will rejoice in the fact that the package also includes a treatment at Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre. Last but not least, a complimentary late check-out until 4 p.m. ensures that you’ll have enough time to enjoy all of these perks at your own pace. Valid until the end of the year, the package is available for a minimum stay of three nights with prices starting from US$12,481.

The I Love Amsterdam Suite comes with a private terrace.

The I Love Amsterdam Suite comes with a private terrace.

Inside Conservatorium's I Love Amsterdam Suite.

Inside Conservatorium’s I Love Amsterdam Suite.

Taiko dishes up contemporary Asian cuisine.

Taiko dishes up contemporary Asian cuisine.

A treatment room at Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre.

A treatment room at Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre.

For more information, visit Conservatorium.

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