Van Gogh. Rembrandt. Mondrian. Amsterdam is nothing if not arty. So when visiting this culture-packed city, there is no better place to stay than the architectural masterpiece that is the Conservatorium Hotel. A landmark heritage building given a modern art nouveau facelift, it is easily the city’s most beautiful hotel. Playing host to 129 luxurious rooms and suites as well as the irresistibly tranquil Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre, it makes for one chic getaway.
Boasting an enviable address in Museumplein, the Conservatorium couldn’t be better located. A quick 30-minute drive from Schipol Airport and let the culture begin. Here, it’s not a case of across town for the city’s most famous landmarks; but across the street. The Rijksmuseum, Vondelpark and Stedelijk Museum are all right on your doorstep. Plus, with Van Gogh as your neighbour, you’re guaranteed a colourful stay in the Dutch capital.
At the Conservatorium Hotel, having your room on just one floor is so old hat – here, they’re all about the duplex. Super spacious and with jaw-dropping views over Amsterdam, what’s not to like? But stunning design doesn’t end there. For some of the best views over the city, opt for a Rooftop or Concerto Suite. Tucked in the eaves of the hotel, enjoy beautiful period details as daylight floods in through historical architectural windows. If a duplex isn’t quite enough though, go all out with the I Love Amsterdam triplex and enjoy 360-degree views of the Amsterdam skyline from your private rooftop terrace.
Why We Like It
From the painted masterpieces of the Rijksmuseum to culinary works of art on your dinner plate, beautiful creations are never in short supply here. At the Conservatorium Hotel, they take their food seriously. But the secret ingredient here isn’t some rare find from a far-flung land, but the dedicated team behind each recipe, each menu and each signature Gin & Tonic. Allow Taiko to enchant you with its flavours and aromas. The Brasserie to beguile you in its beautiful internal glass courtyard. And Tunes Bar to bewitch you at the hands of an expert sake sommelier.