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New stylish Springtime celebrations in Amsterdam with The Dylan Amsterdam

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Keen to celebrate the first shoots of Spring, The Dylan Amsterdam has introduced a new package to welcome in the new season.  
Their new ‘Day at the Parc’ package is enticing Britons to the delightful Dutch city in time for it’s colourful transformation into a bloom-filled landscape and the celebrated Keukenhof Gardens opens its doors. Later this month visitors can witness the orange-hued celebrations of King’s Day on the 26th whilst city festivals and open Garden Days can also be enjoyed – best visited on two wheels courtesy of The Dylan Amsterdam’s own bicycles.

To make the most of the Springtime, The Dylan’s ,Day at the Parc, package will provide guests with bed and breakfast accomodation - tulips in a striking take-home vase will greet them on arrival - and a Nine Streets Shopping map to plot their city rambles upon the courtesy Dylan Bikes. Having exhausted their explorations, The Dylan has thought of everything and a IJscuypje’ voucher for a fresh handmade Dutch Ice-cream, Champagne and nuts as well as a cosy Dylan plaid rug await for relaxation and contemplations in the park.  

The Dylan’s ‘Day at the Parc’ package comprises;
·         Overnight bed and breakfast accommodation in a Double room
·         Dylan Bikes daily to discover the best of Amsterdam
·         ‘IJscuypje’ voucher for a fresh handmade Dutch Ice-cream
·         A Dylan plaid to comfortably relax in the Parc (to bring home)
·         A Champagne set + Dylan nuts
·         Nine Streets Shopping map
·         Fresh Tulips in the room
·         Tulip Vase to bring home  

From £358 (€ 500) per package based on two people sharing. Two night stays available from £645 (€ 900).  Valid until June 2015

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