- This luxury hotel in Amsterdam has repeatedly been crowned the number one luxury hotel in the Netherlands. Located in the Museum Square district, the true heart of the city, the Conservatorium is an architectural masterpiece that combines a landmark heritage building with graceful, contemporary design.
- Guests enjoy a selection of restaurants, a bar, lounge and 1,000 sq m Akasha Holistic Wellbeing. In this vibrant and elegant setting, the city’s crown jewels – the Van Gogh Museum, Concertgebouw, Rijksmuseum, Vondelpark and Amsterdam’s most indulgent shopping – are literally at your doorstep.
- For culture and for business, it’s a location like no other. This luxury hotel is a member of the prestigious Leading Hotels of the World Collection.
- The Conservatorium is an architectural masterpiece that combines a landmark heritage building with graceful, contemporary design. The sense of arrival in the spacious atrium is exceptional.
- Guests can expect highlights of the city’s culinary scene at Taiko Restaurant, Tunes Bar, and the Brasserie.
- The hotel’s Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Center offers a wide range of signature treatments. This spacious and tranquil urban retreat features a dazzling 60-foot pool, a private hammam, and a top-tier, fully-equipped gym.
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- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
ANNE is a theatre performance based on the life of Anne Frank. It covers the two years spent by Anne and her family in the Secret Annexas well as the events of the times before and after.
A two star Michelin restaurant serving innovative modern Dutch cuisine, in sleek, contemporary surroundings.
With 27 monumental buildings, Artis, the oldest zoo in the Netherlands, also contains an aquarium and a planetarium, as well as an arboretum and an art collection.
The perfect vantage point over the main canal in Amsterdam. From here you can take in views of modern architecture as well as the classical boats and houses from the 16th and 17th centuries.
An enclosed courtyard dating from the early 14th century. Originally built as a sanctuary for a Catholic sisterhood, it retains an aura of peace and serenity in the heart of a bustling city.
The Het Grachtenhuis – or Canal House – looks at the 17th-century projects that led to Amsterdam’s ring of canals. After seeing the interactive displays, you’ll have a better appreciation of the city when you wander its streets or take a canal cruise.
Located in a monumental canal house, this one star Michelin restaurant serves classical French cuisine with local Dutch ingredients.
One of the oldest and most remarkable museums in Amsterdam. The attic of this bourgeois house conceals a secret Catholic church, originally built in 1663 during the Reformation, when Catholics were forbidden to hold public services. 2.
The Conservatorium Hotel is ideally located next to the premier luxury designer-fashion district of P.C. Hooftstraat and Van Baerlestraat. The eclectic mix of products, from authentic jeweler and designer clothing to cosmetics and art, brings both an international and local flavor to the shopping district.
In the heart of Amsterdam’s famous Museum Square district, opposite the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, and Stedelijk Museum, is the Conservatorium Hotel. Built on the former site of the Sweelinck Conservatory of Music, this luxury lifestyle hotel is situated next to a luxury shopping district, the P.C. Hooftstraat. The sense of arrival in the spacious atrium of this architectural masterpiece is exceptional, combining history with contemporary design. Brushed-oak flooring and beige furniture define the cool autumnal color scheme in the rooms and suites. Bathrooms are designed with large rainfall showers and oversized tubs. Guests can expect highlights of the city’s culinary scene at Taiko Restaurant, Tunes Bar, and the Brasserie and enjoy a wide range of signature treatments at the hotel’s Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Center.
This spacious and tranquil urban retreat features a dazzling 60-foot pool, a private hammam, and a top-tier, fully-equipped gym.The Conservatorium exhibits the unique creation “Rhythm” of the Dutch designer Eva Crebolder, a Dutch artist, based in Amsterdam.Designer duo Scholten & Baijings has been invited to create new work in collaboration with the artisans of the Manufacture de Sèvres, one of the principal European porcelain manufactories creating objects since 1740.
Our guest rooms are the epitome of contemporary luxury, combining the best in modern comforts and technology. Each gives you the most comfortable and peaceful space with thoughtful details and services, creating the perfect retreat for your visit to Amsterdam.Experience exquisite luxury in the most beautiful hotel suites in Amsterdam. Our collection of suites embodies Dutch style and design, with sumptuous king size beds and unique and thoughtful features to make your stay exceptional.Our signature suites are everything you’d expect from the best in luxury, style, and comfort. Each has its own unique character, from the contemporary elegance of the Penthouse Suite, to the quirky features and stunning rooftop views of the Amsterdam Suite.
Superior Guest Room
Superior Rooms are approximately 25 to 30 m² and are well laid out and cozy in size. The room offers comfortable working space with free Wi-Fi and state-of-the-art in-room entertainment, a large rainfall shower, luxurious designer amenities, bathroom LCD mirror TV and micro cotton towels.
Duplex Guest Room
Duplex Guest Rooms are approximately 25 to 30 m² and are well laid out and cozy in size. The room offers comfortable working space with free Wi-Fi and state-of-the-art in-room entertainment, a large rainfall shower, luxurious designer amenities, bathroom LCD mirror TV and micro cotton towels.
Deluxe Guest Room
Our Deluxe Guest Rooms vary in size between 30- 40 m². The room offers comfortable working space with free wireless internet and state-of-the-art in room entertainment. These rooms also feature large rainfall shower units (some with a deep soaking tub), luxury bathroom amenities, a bathroom LCD mirror TV, complimentary water and fruit upon arrival.
Deluxe Duplex Guest Room
The Deluxe Duplex Guest Rooms vary in size between 40 and 50 m². Some of the rooms have great views of Amsterdam overlooking the Van Baerlestraat and others overlook the lobby.The room offers comfortable working space with free Wi-Fi and state-of-the-art in room entertainment. Comfortable separate seating area on the ground floor.The bathroom features a large rainfall shower, luxury designer bathroom amenities, bathroom LCD mirror TV as well as micro-cotton towels.The second bathroom and the bedroom area are located on the mezzanine level.
Junior Suites have great views of Amsterdam overlooking the Courtyard, the Lounge or the Paulus Potterstraat. The suites vary in size from 52 m² to 64 m². A selection of Junior Suites are multi-level (2 floors) while others are single floor basis.All suites offer comfortable working space with free Wi-Fi and state-of-the-art in room entertainment with a comfortable separate seating area.The spacious bathroom features a large rainfall shower, luxurious designer amenities, bathroom LCD mirror TV as well as micro cotton towels. Some bathrooms offer a deep soaking bathtub.
Rooftop Suites have great views of Amsterdam overlooking the Stedelijk Museum or the Van Baerlestraat. The 64 m² sized suites contain interesting historical features and are divided into separate levels by a small set of stairs. There is a sitting and workspace area with free Wi-Fi and state-of-the-art in-room entertainment.The extra large bathroom has a large marble bath, separate rainfall shower and separate toilet.
The Conservatorium One Bedroom Suites vary in size from 56m² to 74 m².The room offers a comfortable working space and separate seating area, with free Wi-Fi and state-of-the-art in room entertainment.All bathrooms feature a deep soaking bathtub or separate rainfall shower, luxurious designer amenities, bathroom LCD mirror TV and micro cotton towels.
Art Suite By Rembrandt
To commemorate the legacy of iconic Dutch artist Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, Amsterdam’s luxurious Conservatorium hotel has partnered with the neighbouring Rijksmuseum to offer a special package that will among other amenities, feature curated artwork in a special suite reminiscent of the Rembrandt’s masterpiece, The Night Watch. Highlighting the 350th anniversary of the painter’s death, the “Art Suite by Rembrandt” package was launched in conjunction with the much-anticipated “Year of Rembrandt” celebration at the Rijksmuseum. Through this package, hotel guests will also enjoy unparalleled access to the variety of exhibitions and special events held at the museum, as well as the option to book a rare VIP tour of the Rijksmuseum’s Hall of Fame.
Royal Duplex Suite
The Royal Duplex Suites occupy 72 m² on two levels. The room offers a comfortable working space with free Wi-Fi and state-of-the-art in room entertainment.On the lower level, there is a separate seating and living area with a large dining table.The main bathroom on the second floor has a deep soaking bathtub, separate shower and toilet as well as deluxe amenities and bathroom LCD mirror TV. The second bathroom on the ground level has a large rainfall shower and toilet.
Van Baerle Suite
The Van Baerle Suites are large 64 m² suites with 4.5 m high ceilings. The rooms offer a comfortable working space with free Wi-Fi and state-of-the-art in room entertainment.The spacious bathroom with natural daylight features a solid stone oval bath, separate rainfall shower, deluxe amenities, and a bathroom LCD mirror TV.
Conservatorium Suite With Balcony
The Conservatorium One Bedroom Suites with balcony are approximately 72 m² in size. These rooms have a balcony with a stunning courtyard view.The room offers a comfortable working space and separate seating area, free Wi-Fi and state-of-the-art in room entertainment.All bathrooms feature a deep soaking bathtub or separate rainfall shower, luxurious designer amenities, bathroom LCD mirror TV and micro cotton towels.
Residence Two Bedroom Suite
For those seeking a true Amsterdam experience, the Residence Two Bedroom Suite is designed to resemble a classic townhouse in the city and can be enjoyed by families or those staying in Amsterdam for longer periods. The double suite, 124 sqm (1335 sqft) in size, features a small balcony overlooking the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam’s world renowned contemporary art museum and the main suite is has been transformed into an actual Artist in Residence Suite and is decorated by one of the hotel’s collaborating local artists: Marie Cécile Thijs.
This exceptional triplex suite is enhanced with a spectacular roof terrace like no other in Amsterdam, featuring 360-degree city views. Step into the grand ground floor and the double-height super-king bedroom is just the start of the story. Modern, minimalist and imaginative, Piero Lissoni’s interiors elegantly showcase Daniël Knuttel’s 19th-century architectural details.Audio-visuals are state of the art including a professional-quality sound system, HD800 Sennheiser headphones, and an acoustic guitar for budding musicians in honour of the Conservatorium’s music-school past. The Suite includes two seductive travertine-stone bathrooms, with handsome super-sized showers and hidden-behind-the-mirror TVs. The Suite is a retreat fit for a rock star and bon viveurs alike, the spacious walk-in dressing room with ample rails and shelving can showcase extravagant wardrobes and courtesy of the hotel, designer Stutterheim raincoats are available to make use of during your stay.
Concerto Two Bedroom Suite
The Concerto Suite allows the rare sense of being in a fully-kitted two-bedroom home from home in the heart of a luxury hotel. Minimalist yet charismatic, it’s the perfect versatile pied-à-terre for long-term stays. The double suite, 147 sqm (1582 sqft) in size, lets you entertain in this private perch and the master bedroom overlooks the hotel’s courtyard while the second bedroom has views over the Stedelijk Museum across. The second bedroom and bathroom are located on the lower level with the size of a Junior Suite and can be privatized by a hallway from the living room. This sanctuary is as suited to soothing wellbeing escapes, larger family or group travel as being a base for hard-working hedonists.
This sixth-floor signature suite with its handsome master bedroom represents a symphony of craftsmanship and iconic design from award-winning architect Piero Lissoni. Whether you’re here in Amsterdam’s Museum Quarter for work or play, it feels a rare privilege to be somewhere that form matches function so well. The sophisticated dining room is served by an in-suite kitchen, the 80-inch screen transforms it into a cinema while the chic ensuite flaunts a seductive freestanding stone bathtub. Guests can optimise every aspect of the Penthouse Suite’s ambience — lighting, sound system, television — through a dedicated iPad. Privacy-conscious dignitaries know this full-floored suite to be in a league of its own thanks to the attention to detail and collectable midcentury modern furniture
Hotel restaurants in Amsterdam are epitomised at the Conservatorium, where the chefs at Taiko are constantly searching for the finest Hida beef, the only true wasabi grown in Europe, and vintages offered nowhere else. Their sake sommelier even trains new ones – the only person in The Netherlands certified to do so. In a hotel this focused on food and drink, there’s no such thing as a humble ingredient. At the Brasserie, the cooks aren’t just attuned to the right season for each fruit or vegetable, but the specific weeks when they’re at their peak. That is our true secret ingredient: The award-winning culinary team behind each Brasserie recipe, Taiko menu and Tunes gin and tonic.
Taiko, the award-winning restaurant of the Conservatorium hotel in Amsterdam, was created by Executive Chef, Schilo van Coevorden to honour beautiful flavours and textures from across the Far East. The dishes are modern-Asian inspired, the atmosphere is international, Amsterdam-casual.
Brasserie & Lounge
Essential to our vision of elegance, good living and cultural distinction has been the creation of restaurants and bars which appeal to guests of the hotel, Amsterdam’s locals and the city’s international visitors.All dining at the Conservatorium is under the direction of the celebrated Dutch-chef, Schilo van Coevorden. His style of food has continuously evolved through the years, adapting and adopting traditions from all over the world while retaining the virtues of simplicity and keeping a focus on locality and seasonality.
With its chic décor and shimmering ambiance; Tunes Bar is an elegant yet casual luxury bar in Amsterdam in which to enjoy Gin & Tonics and first class cocktails inspired by countries from all over the world. The menu encapsulates the beauty and uniqueness of the different continents around the world through creative and exotic cocktails and food pairings.During the day, our floor to ceiling windows fill the room with natural light; showcasing designer Piero Lissoni’s signature transparent bar and folded steel staircase. At night, the deep banquettes, tactile fabrics and subtle lighting create a chic intimate space. On the mezzanine of our luxury bar you can find an intimate smoking lounge where you can enjoy the lovely views with a drink in hand.
Whether you’re planning an intimate dinner party or a sophisticated cocktail party, the Conservatorium hotel has a variety of elegant private dining rooms in Amsterdam which provide a fabulous setting for any event. Choose from a menu with tempting original dishes, an extensive wine list or delicious cocktails and combine your selection with a stunning floral display as the finishing touch to your event.
Before earth, water, fire and air, the legends say, there was Akasha, the source of all creation. At the Conservatorium, you’re invited to return to that source – Akasha Holistic Wellbeing. As one of the finest spa hotels in Amsterdam – offering 1,000 square metres of luxury, it’s so much more than that. This is a spacious and tranquil urban retreat, where visitors can enjoy a dazzling pool, a private Hammam, and the best equipped gym of any hotel in Amsterdam. Our specialists offer indulgent therapies, treatments and training offered nowhere else – from nutrition to meditation to Watsu. In fact, we have been voted The Netherlands’ number one luxury spa.The Spa features an organic bar, fitness club, watsu pool, whirlpool sauna and Hammam. While the 18m x 5m swimming pool provides an oasis of calmness and serenity within the bustling city of Amsterdam.
Akasha boasts seven treatment rooms, including a double treatment suite, and offers some of the finest signature spa treatments in Amsterdam, marrying innovative Western practices with ancient Eastern traditions. There is a private Hammam for purifying scrubs and massages. Akasha also holds Amsterdam’s only Watsu pool for tailored hydro-treatments and guided meditation.
Where cutting-edge gym facilities and fitness in Amsterdam meet the knowledge of industry professionalsand fully dedicated personal trainers. Tailored fitness programmes combine a variety of disciplines with each overseen by experienced instructors. Fitness classes at Akasha include BBB, Boxing and TRX, alongside our wider offering of holistic courses such as Yoga and Pilates.Within Akasha Holistic Wellbeing, our large and spacious gym spans over 150sqm/1,615sqft. Our cutting edge technology includes LifeFitness equipment, personal entertainment centres with 19” touch screens and iPad docks, complemented by a LED ceiling of changing lights to enhance and motivate.