There is no way you can miss Amsterdam’s famous museum district and now there is one more reason to be there during the Easter break. Built on the site of the Sweelinck Conservatory of Music, the Conservatorium hotel is offering a special Easter package, which includes a luxurious two-night stay, a guided two-hour tour of Amsterdam and a delicious chocolatey Easter celebration in your room. The Easter Celebration Package will be available from April 15 – 18, 2017, with rates starting from €788.25 per night for a Deluxe Guestroom inclusive of VAT, exclusive of 5% city tax, and subject to availability. Only bookable for stays with a minimum of two nights. The hotel’s well-appointed luxury guestrooms include bespoke furnishings by Piero Lissoni, along with flat screens televisions, high speed internet, 100% cotton bed linen, towels and designer bathroom products.
Conservatorium’s The Brasserie at the lobby level has organised a special Easter lunch and dinner on Easter Sunday and Easter Monday. The three course meal includes a starter of salmon terrine, poached egg and dill, a main course of lamb, white asparagus, peas, gremolata, artichoke and Opperdoeze Ronde potatoes, a dessert of strawberries, white chocolate, gold and egg nog. The three course menu can be extended with an optional dish of asparagus soup with Dutch shrimp and parsley. The set meal costs €48.00, and the four course menu costs €55.00. Besides this, the Chocolate Easter Egg Celebration is also available separately.
A member of The Set hotels, a collection which reinvents Grand Dame properties in the heart of some of Europe’s greatest cities, Conservatorium Amsterdam is located right opposite the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and Stedelijk Museum and next to the luxury shopping district, the P.C. Hooftstraat. During your stay here, the hotel can assist you with the services of an experienced guide to help you enrich your knowledge of the city and its history. Each tour can be customised to suit your interests, according to the hotel. You can visit all the main sights like the Dam Square, the churches Westerkerk, Oude Kerk and Nieuwe Kerk, The Beguinage (Begijnhof) and the Flower Market. You can also go on a guided tour through the Rijksmuseum, the Jordaan area (and pass by the Anne Frank House), the Jewish quarter, visit Amsterdam’s markets or see all the architectural highlights. In addition to this, you can visit De Keukenhof – Amsterdam’s famous flower garden. Visitors can enjoy 7 million spring-flowering tulips from the 500 different flower cultivators who grow their flowers in the park. Opened in 1950, the park has welcomed millions of visitors over the years, with different themes to the gardens each year. In 2017, Keukenhof will be celebrating its 68th spring to the theme of Dutch Design. Tickets for an additional cost of €21 per person can be arranged through the hotel.