In the heart of Amsterdam’s famous museum district, just a stone’s throw from all the city’s delights, is the magnificent neo-gothic Conservatorium Hotel, standing on the former site of the Sweelinck music conservatory.
With eight floors and 129 rooms and suites, guests can choose accommodation ranging from spacious deluxe duplex guestrooms through to a penthouse suite. All rooms and suites include state-of-the-art in-room technology and feature nice touches such as luxury linens, free high-speed wireless internet and private bars. Brushed-oak flooring and beige furniture define the cool autumnal colour scheme that is both modern and classic at the same time. The bathrooms here are big and opulently designed with large rainfall shower cubicles, marble tubs, bathroom LCD mirror TVs and gorgeously plump micro-cotton towels.
All guests have complimentary access to the hotel’s Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre, which spans over a 1000m² and offers everything from oriental massage, a whirlpool, Hammam, sauna, Watsu pool and relaxation areas, through to a gigantic indoor swimming pool.
Visitors can expect great food and attentive service at the Conservatorium’s Brasserie or lounge area, which is housed in a stunning glass and steel courtyard. Alternatively, the upscale ‘Tunes Restaurant & Bar by Schilo’, which is something of a star in Amsterdam’s culinary circles, will not disappoint with an extensive menu of classic dishes that can be paired with fine wines from around the world.
And in a really nice touch, guests are issued their own personal concierge or ‘host,’ whose mission here is to make a great stay even better.