Hotel De L’Europe Amsterdam Launches Package for Art Lovers

De L’Europe Amsterdam is offering a VIP package in partnership with the Van Gogh Museum to celebrate the launch of its latest exhibition, “Van Gogh along the Seine.”

Guests staying at De L’Europe Amsterdam between October 13, 2023, and January 14, 2024, will have exclusive access to the exhibition via “True Van Gogh Experience.” The two-night package includes a stay in one of the hotel’s rooms or suites, two VIP exhibition tickets and a scenic boat ride to and from the museum.

At the Van Gogh Museum, guests can view the exhibit, which includes 75 pieces created by Van Gogh and four other artists, Seurat, Signac, Bernad and Angrand. The artworks depict the banks of the Seine outside Paris, exploring how their time on the water influenced these works that have become central to the canon of post-impressionism. Back at De L’Europe, guests will indulge in a complimentary daily breakfast for two, plus a €100 credit for two at Brasserie Marie, De L’Europe’s brasserie perched on the banks of the Amstel River.

Established in 1896 and built on the site of the first inn in Amsterdam, Hotel De L’Europe is filled with priceless Dutch art from the Heineken family. Following a recent redesign of the hotel’s rooms, suites and entire ground floor—including the grand lobby, event spaces and three restaurants—De L’Europe sports rich natural materials, warm colors, unique objects, and antique and bespoke furniture. A number of rooms have expansive balconies and terraces, positioned to enjoy the sunset and the canal below. Next, an entirely new collection of suites will open in the adjacent ‘t Huys wing (‘t Huys being old Dutch for "house").  

Beyond Brasserie Marie, guests can dine at Flore, which won two Michelin stars in the first year of opening, and the Italian trattoria Graziella, located in ‘t Huys. De L’Europe’s drinking den Freddy’s, named after Alfred "Freddy" Heineken, offers a stylish spot for a nightcap.

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