Hotel Okura***** (Congress Venue)
Formal relations between the Netherlands and Japan were established as early as 1609, where the Dutch were granted extensive trading rights. Today these relations are as good as ever.
The Art of Okura is a way of sharing the traditions, authenticity and craftsmanship. The whole concept reflects the spirit of “omotenashi” – the art of japanese hospitality.
Hotel Okura is home to four restaurants that have been awarded a total of three Michelin stars. Restaurant Ciel Bleu with city view from the 23rd floor is awarded with two Michelin stars. Yamazato Japanese restaurant with one Michelin star serves authentic Kaiseki cuisine. Chefs at the teppanyaki restaurant Sazanka prepare food on a hot plate at your table. The Bib Gourmand award-winning Serre restaurant serves international dishes made from seasonal, fresh and regional produce. After dinner you can enjoy a drink at Twenty Third Bar o the 23rd floor overviewing the city of Amsterdam. At Le Camelia, you can enjoy a rich European and Asian breakfast buffet.
The luxurious 5-star superior Hotel Okura awaits you in the trendy De Pijp district. The room and suite options offer an incomparable view of the Amsterdam skyline. Nagomi Spa & Health at the accommodation features a gym, pool and treatment rooms. Hotel Okura is surrounded by restaurants and stores. There is a cab stand right in front of the hotel and the nearest streetcar stop is 100 meters away. The museum district is less than 10 minutes away by streetcar, and Schiphol Airport is a 15-minute drive away.
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