- Daily rates from EUR 410 (low season), EUR 545 (high season) and EUR 442 (New Year's Eve)
The former Conservatory of Amsterdam has launched countless musical stars in his salons, but its greatest masterpiece was to have become a gorgeous hotel, opened in 2011.
The Conservatorium combines its historic red brick building with an elegant and contemporary interior design, filled with steel and glass. The tile wallpaper, the stained glass windows and many other characteristics of its original structure remain intact or have been beautifully restored. However, the architect Piero Lissoni also wanted to leave his signature through the soft fabrics, the lighting and the minimalism, which are the strongest features of his amazing job.
The Conservatorium is the first Dutch hotel awarded with the Green Globe certification, this is the reason why you will see sustainable practices throughout the entire building.
There are 129 rooms and suites decorated in resembling colors - brown, beige and gray, all in a contemporary style.
Our favorite suites are:
The Penthouse Suite is on the VIP floor, it is 170 m² and is all made of glass, allowing a phenomenal 360º view over the hotel’s courtyard. Do not worry about your privacy because this suite is really far from the others. It has a large living room and a super luxurious bathroom with a white marble bath. The suite is beautifully decorated with Dutch culture elements.
The Rooftop Suite has a vintage touch, with its high ceiling and wooden beams that reassemble the early twentieth century. However, what really draws attention is its minimalist décor, the spectacular views of Amsterdam, the spacious bathroom and the charming Dutch ceramics.
Only a few suites can translate so well the feeling of being in Amsterdam as the I Love Amsterdam Suite. A triplex suite of 155 m². As soon as the guests get in the hotel, two of the main postcards of the city greets them, including Van Bearlestraat and Vondelpark. The floor of the suite is in brushed oak, and its colors make mention to the Netherlands’ flag with red and blue tones. What stands out in this suite are the traditionally Dutch facets combined with a rock 'n' roll theme. While vases decorate the ambience, a guitar rests in a corner inviting you to touch it. On the third floor is the bath, from where you can also have a full view of the city. Next to the bath, a spiral staircase leads to the terrace to admire the sunset or to watch the starry sky.
The I Love Amsterdam Suite has its own private terrace, allowing a phenomenal 360º Amsterdam view.
All beautiful bathrooms of the Conservatorium hotel offer Floris amenities for the guests, besides the comfortable bathrobes and slippers.
The Conservatorium dinner is under the renowned Dutch chef Schilo van Coevorden direction. His style evolved a lot throughout the years and he adopted traditions from the whole world, but still kept the simplicity of his very well prepared dishes maintaining the focus on regional cuisine and seasonality. Schilo’s Asian restaurant, Taiko is one of the pioneers as well as one of the most inspiring restaurants of Amsterdam. At the peak of his creativity, the chef wants to present more than only good dishes. Beauty, flavor, aroma and texture are the instruments he uses to enchant all senses. Even the place is extremely elegant and minimalistic. Do not forget to taste the daikon salad with wild ginger and cherry blossom. It is simply amazing!
On the ground floor, the Brasserie is avalable for breakfast, lunch and dinner and serves the full menu, including light meals and an exclusive menu for lunch. Thursday is the new Friday at the Tunes Bar, which is when the DJ's shake the dancefloor with the hits of the moment. Do not miss the appetizers and the wonderful gin and tonic that made the Tunes Bar known as one of the best places to be amid the Dutch!
The Conservatorium has a spa, a gym and many other things you may need to complete your well-being experience such as a Lounge Bar with a complete selection of organic foods and drinks, a fitness club, a Watsu pool, a sauna, a Turkish bath and a pool. Some signed treatments include a hot seashells massage and a facial toning with jade. You can also practice yoga and Pilates at Akasha and still count on to the consulting specialist Stefanie Klaver for specific issues related to training and dieting.
The hotel's elegant ground floor rooms are home to major fashion and jewelry boutiques and cosmetic stores.
The Conservatorium is close to the Museumplein, with the three most important museums of Amsterdam practically at your doorstep. It is also close to PC Hooftstraat, Amsterdam’s luxurious fashion destination.
* Distances: Van Gogh Museum (5-minute walk), National Concert Hall (5 minutes), Rijksmuseum (5 minutes), Red Light District (10-minute walk), Anne Frank House (10-minute walk), Amsterdam International Airport (20 minutes).
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