Crowned number one luxury hotel in the Netherlands, Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam is a cultural retreat. The original building was a mix of Art Nouveau and neo-Gothic. It was designed by Dutch architect Daniël Knuttel in the 19th century. Nowadays, the hotel boasts 75 rooms and 54 suites including a bar, a lounge, two restaurants, and a spa.
The Conservatorium sits right in the middle of Museumplein, Amsterdam’s most chic address. It is just within walking distance from The Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum. Similarly, Luxury brands like Cartier, Gucci, and Armani are literally at their doorstep! It’s a girl’s best dream!
Designer Pietro Lissoni Renders a Dazzling Make-Over to the Architectural Masterpiece
The rooms are spacious with lofty ceilings and share the Lissoni trademark, demure earthy hues with an odd flash of vibrant color. Whereas, the bathrooms sport marbled walls, shelves, and bathtubs. They are the most alluring highlight of your room! Additionally, each room comes with an espresso machine and free Wi-Fi!
Conde Nast selected the Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam as the finest luxury hotels in the Netherlands. For extra indulgence, the hotel has its own 1000 square meter Akasha Holistic Wellbeing spa. Also, not only does it promise ultimate rejuvenation to the visitors but also comes up with an 18-meter pool, hammam, and fitness center! So, get ready to take a dip in the pool or sip minty refreshments on the sunbed.
Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam is labeled ‘Amsterdam’s living room’
The Brasserie bar is open all day and serves delicious drinks. The mixologists serve amazing aperitifs that all customers, obviously, enjoy. Also, if you want to try Japanese Cuisine, try the Taiko restaurant located just upstairs! Because Chef Schilo van Coevorden serves lavish Asian dishes with a touch of Dutch specialty. Wondering about breakfast? It is a blend of buttered croissants, scones, and much more. Moreover, the room service delivers it to your doorstep as soon as you order it!
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