A new hotel suite has opened for bookings, but you’ll need £21,742 a night if you want to stay.
Unsurprisingly, guests can enjoy some pretty lavish perks including a private chef, butler, exclusive use of the spa, a dedicated concierge and nine seriously swanky bedrooms.
The Mayor’s Suite is located at the Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam, but guests won’t need to mingle with others staying at the swish hotel – instead, if you’re staying in the suite you’ll have access to a private entrance, tucked away amidst the canalside views.
As it’s part of the hotel, the suite has a direct entrance through to the hotel spa. If you book a stay, you get exclusive use of the whole thing. We’re talking the pool, three treatment rooms, sauna, steam room and ‘relaxation room’.
Oh, and you have access to a Guerlain Spa Therapist to sort out all the pampering you could want.
Feeling peckish? There’s a huge dining room in the suite where you can ask the private chef to whip up some of your favourite meals.
Alternatively you can book in to eat at one of the hotel’s four restaurants (all of which offer up fine dining options, naturally).
Mayor’s Suite guests also receive a €1,000 daily voucher for food and drink, so you really can go all out and tuck into your favourite meals (or drinks).
Want to go exploring? There are heaps of VIP transport options, private museum tours and more exclusive outings which can be arranged through your personal concierge.
Of course, you also have access to a butler to cater to your every need throughout your stay.
Now, the suite actually sleeps up to 15 people across its nine bedrooms, so if you’re bringing your friends along and split the cost, that works out at £1,451 a night. (Still quite the significant dent in a holiday budget).
The Waldorf Astoria overlooks Amsterdam’s iconic UNESCO protected Herengracht canal.
It’s no wonder that it makes for a lavish stay; the entire property is made up of six ‘residential palaces’ which were owned by the city’s wealthiest individuals during The Dutch Golden Age.
The Mayor’s Suite itself is steeped in history. Built in 1665 and formerly the Van Loon Suite, it boasts original architectural features including a 17th century spiral staircase.