The Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam unveiled the Mayor's Residence, a private palace adjacent to the hotel, Sept. 1.
The Waldorf Astoria Amsterdam overlooks the Unesco-protected Herengracht canal and comprises six 17th century residential palaces from the Dutch Golden Age. The Mayor's Residence was built in 1665 for Amsterdam's then-mayor Hendrik Hooft and retains many of its original Rococo features.
Guests of the residence will have exclusive use of the hotel's Guerlain Spa and unlimited spa treatments, as well as the services of a dedicated concierge, butler, housekeeper, private chef and spa therapist.
Set across three floors with a private entrance, the 3,000-square-foot palace offers nine bedrooms and a dining area that can accommodate 15 guests. Features include panoramic city views, neo-Renaissance interiors and original architectural elements, including a 17th century spiral staircase.
Off-property amenities include VIP transportation around the city, private museum tours and theatre tickets.
Nightly rates for the Mayor's Residence start from about $29,000 per night for up to 15 guests. The rate includes daily breakfast and a daily food and beverage credit of nearly $1,200.