The Conservatorium has been one of the most iconic hotels in Amsterdam. Throughout its legacy, it has celebrated arts and history with grandeur and in doing so yet again, the hotel has joined hands with the Rijksmuseum- a national museum renowned for its collections world over. Together, the two have created a special experience for guests who love luxury and art alike with- The Art Suite by Rembrandt package.
The exclusive package allows guests to bask in premium comfort while enjoying the most breathtaking artworks in their room. The deal particularly pays ode to Rembrandt’s masterpiece, The Night Watch and is created to mark the iconic painter’s 350th death anniversary. The “Art Suite by Rembrandt” package was launched in conjunction with the much-anticipated “Year of Rembrandt” celebration at the Rijksmuseum and will provide guests with special access to various exhibitions and special events held at the museum. The suite also includes a specially curated color scheme by Dutch designer Irma Boom as well as an interpretation of “The Night Watch” by artist Sarah van Sonsbeeck.
In addition to premium supplements, the package includes – a one-night stay in the Art Suite by Rembrandt including breakfast for two guests, a complimentary ‘fastlane’ access for two guests to the ‘Year of Rembrandt’ exhibits at the Rijksmuseum, two sleeping masks featuring Rembrandt’s famous work ‘Marten & Oopjen’, one copy of the book – Rembrandt: Biography of a Rebel by curator Jonathan Bikker and a welcome letter from Rijksmuseum Director General, Taco Dibbits. The “Art Suite by Rembrandt” package is available from $987 (€875) per night including tax.