Located in Amsterdam’s Museum Square, the Conservatorium is not a mere hotel; it’s a luxury palace for travelers seeking a stay in opulence and luxury. Originally built at the end of the 19th-century and designed by Dutch architect Daniel Knuttel, the Conservatorium opened its doors in late 2011 with eight floors and 129 guestrooms and suites. The hotel gets its name from its past life as a music conservatory.
Muted tones and beige furniture add to the classic decor; guests will enjoy large rainfall showers and marble tubs as well as complimentary welcome drinks and wireless internet. Plus, each guest is assigned a personal host who can offer guidance in getting to know the lovely city of Amsterdam and all it has to offer.
Home to the Netherlands “Best Hotel Spa 2015,” the Conservatorium was also awarded Green Globe Certification (an added plus for the environmentally conscious). While this luxury hotel is steps away from plenty of dining options, guests will also find delicious food at the Conservatorium’s Asian-inspired Taiko restaurant as well as The Conservatorium Brasserie and Lounge. Room service is also available 24/7.