There are many different ways to get to know the deep rooted culture and heritage of The Netherlands, from its famous spring bulb field displays at Keukenhof Gardens to the masterpieces at the Van Gogh Museum, or the iconic Amsterdam ‘canal belt’, a feat of civil engineering and architecture that has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Japanese owned, five star Hotel Okura Amsterdam now brings all these elements together with its new range of enticing packages for 2011.
Keukenhof Flower Package
Between 24th March and 20th May 2011 admire the vibrant colours of spring and be captivated by Keukenhof, the country’s largest and most spectacular flower garden. This year the theme for the display is Germany, “the land of poets and philosophers”.
Hotel Okura’s Keukenhof flower package offer guests the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful array of tulips and flowers on display and to seek out the hotel’s very own Okura tulip in the garden’s walk of fame. During the opening period of Keukenhof, the Van Gogh Museum will be presenting a ‘Blossom’ exhibition revealing a selection of Vincent Van Gogh’s Japanese inspired blossom paintings.
The Keukenhof Flower Package is valid from 24 March to 20 May 2011, subject to availability and is from €268 per night for single use and €321 per night for double use , plus 5% tourist tax and includes the following:
Alternatively, for those wishing to linger and admire the works of the Dutch painter the hotel offers a Van Gogh package throughout the year. This enables guests to see some of his masterpieces, including his Japanese inspired Blossom paintings, whilst enjoying the ultimate in Japanese hospitality in Amsterdam. The Van Gogh package costs from €265 for one night, €490 for two nights and three nights from €716.50, plus 5% tourist tax and includes the following:
The Hotel Okura Amsterdam is located on the Amstel Canal and for guests wishing to find out more about the ‘canal belt’, as it is known, the hotel offers a ‘UNESCO package’. This unique, spatial and architectural network of canals is so powerful and recognisable that it has come to function as an icon of the Dutch canal city and in August 2010 was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list. The ‘Grachtenhuis’ or ‘Canal House’ is a new Amsterdam museum that is due to open in April 2011 to tell the story of the almost four-centuries-old canals with a contemporary multimedia exhibition.
The UNESCO package is valid from 24 April to 7 May 2011, subject to availability and is from €235 per night, plus 5% tourist tax and includes the following.
For details on all the pacakges call Hotel Okura Amsterdam on 0031 6788 300 or visit http://www.okura.nl.
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