Conservatorium Hotel Launches Special ADE Recovery Package

Conservatorium Hotel Launches Special ADE Recovery Package
The exterior of the luxurious Conservatorium Hotel in Amsterdam,

Rejuvenate at the Conservatorium Hotel in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, after enjoying yourself at the Amsterdam Dance Event with special treatments and breakfast in bed

OT Staff
July 20 , 2018
03 Min Read

If you love to dance, heading to Amsterdam this October should be a no-brainer. But don't forget to book your stay at the Conservatorium hotel. This year's attendees of the  Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), an electronic music conference and festival held annually in October, can avail of a special package at the hotel. Firstly, the global dance event will feature a variety of conferences and performances by DJs in venues spread all over the city. Tickets and passes of the five-day long event can be arranged through the hotel's Host team. 

Conservatorium provides a break from the pace of the Dutch capital

The 'ADE Ready to Party' package is valid for stays between October 16-22 and is bookable now through October 21. It includes a perfect one-night stay in a Grand Duplex Suite at  €1233 per night or a Royal Duplex Suite at €1533 per night, including VAT and excluding 6 percent city tax.


Tired after a long day, you and a friend can make your way to the Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre for an hour of energising treatment. Be greeted by an in-suite breakfast service to aid your recovery from the previous day of exhaustion. Guests can also choose to avail the 'Vitamin Drip' therapy at  the ClausHoltz clinic next to the hotel at the cost of  €172.50 per person. Make your way to Taiko and Brasserie to reinvigorate your taste-buds after a tiring day of travelling. Do not forget to pay a visit to the Tunes Barand which offers over 40 varieties of gin. 

Located in the Museum Square district of Amsterdam, Conservatorium is far away from hustle and bustle of the city. This area of the Dutch capital is also renowned for its architectural designs so, you can go out for a walk to get more in tune with the culture of the nation.  

While strolling around the streets of Amsterdam, have the Dutch classic raw herring, served with onions and pickles. If the herring seems like a daunting proposition have another Dutch delight, the Kebbling - deep fried morsels of white fish served with mayonnaise herb sauce and lemon. 
Dam Square, close to the Royal Palace of Amsterdan, is a must visit location on your travels to the Netherlands

If you wish to explore the capital in depth, the highly recommended Royal Palace of Amsterdam has to be on your list. The palace is embellished with symbols of Dutch 17th century commerce and interests. Close by is the Dam Square which is home to the National Monument to commemorate the casualties of WWII. 

Getting There: There are several airline which offer direct flights to Amsterdam from Delhi. Try Jet Airways and KLM Royal Dutch, both of which offer overnight flights. If you are planning a short visit, you need to apply for a Schengen Visa. The Netherlands belongs to the group of 26 countries forming the Schengen Area which has no border control between them. 
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