In what will be welcomed news for many, Amsterdam can now be added to 2022 travel plans. To celebrate this, the Conservatorium Hotel has introduced a raft of new guest experiences including a brand new package called ‘Let it Bloom’.
The spring season is ready to bloom at the Conservatorium Hotel, Amsterdam’s leading luxury lifestyle palace located in the city’s heart. In honour of the country’s national flower and colourful tradition, the hotel will be offering new and returning guests an exclusive and memorable package, which will be an ideal opportunity way to experience the country’s world-famous flower season.
If you are not familiar with the Conservatorium Hotel, allow us to illuminate you. It is a luxury property known for its sophisticated glamour and elegance and is a big favourite of travellers who enjoy design and literature. The hotel is located in the city’s Museum Quarter, which is regarded as its cultural heart.
The Conservatorium hotel is an architectural masterpiece that cleverly combines contemporary design with heritage in a landmark building. Inside the property there is a selection of fine restaurants, a lounge and bar, along with a 1000 sqm Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Facility. The hotel offers a real sense of place and is known both home and abroad as ‘Amsterdam’s Living Room’.
Springtime in the Netherlands is a cornucopia of natural colours. Joining the country’s fragrant crocuses, daffodils and hyacinths, and Dutch tulips, the hotel’s own orange tulips will once again be growing on-site for guests to enjoy.
In addition to this, the Conservatorium is also offering customisable flower experiences and, of course, the new Let it Bloom package.
The Let It Bloom Package.
- Starting at €750 per night
- Available for stays 24th March – 15th May 2022
- Two nights in a guest room or suite (in a Deluxe Guest Room to Residence Suite)
- A welcome bouquet of tulips in-room
- Keukenhof tickets
- Breakfast in the Brasserie
- Access to the spa and fitness area of Akasha Holistic Wellbeing
(Minimum two-night stay. Blackout dates may apply.)
Whether it’s securing tickets to the famous Keukenhof Tulip Gardens – the largest spring garden in the world and home to seven million bulbs and 800 varieties of tulips.
A breathtaking helicopter sightseeing tour, to seats at the Flower Parade or directions to surrounding flower markets or many ‘pluktuin,’ or picking gardens. The Conservatorium can make this happen by curating personal experiences for guests, which will allow them to experience the blossoming flowers in and around the capital in the best possible ways.
Click here for more information on the flower season or to book a spring stay at the Conservatorium hotel.
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