The luxurious Conservatorium Hotel offers 129 modern designed rooms on eight floors. All rooms and suites include state-of-the-art in-room technology and feature high class touches such as luxury linens, free Wi-Fi and a private bar. All guests have complimentary access to the hotel’s Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre.
Sophisticated luxury in an eye-catching historic building
Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam is situated in Amsterdam’s former neo-gothic Sweelinck music conservatory. Located within 200 metres of the famous Vondelpark and Museumplein (Museum Square) and its world-famous museums.
The rooms of this beautiful hotel are designed with an Autumnal colour scheme that is both modern and classic at the same time. The bathrooms are spacious and provide luxurious, modern comfort. Guests are also issued their own personal concierge or ‘host,’ whose mission is to make a great visit to the hotel and Amsterdam even better.
Complementary access to the hotel’s wellness centre
All guests have complimentary access to the hotel’s Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre, which spans over 1000m² and offers everything from oriental massage, a whirlpool, Hammam, sauna, Watsu pool and relaxation areas, through to a gigantic indoor swimming pool.
Conservatorium Brasserie, restaurant Taiko and Tunes Bar
The Conservatorium’s Brasserie or lounge area, which is housed in a stunning glass and steel courtyard, offers contemporary classic all-day dining. The upscale Taiko by Schilo is the hotel’s restaurant offering a contemporary Asian cuisine. Tunes Bar will delight you with sushi, tapas, champagne, G&T and cocktails.
Achieving international standards of sustainable travel
The Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam gets a full Conscious Travel rating for the environment and animal welfare due to their commitment to a comprehensive, sustainable approach to their business.
The Conservatorium Hotel has high sustainable standards and that gets our seal of approval. The Conservatorium Hotel has been audited and awarded the Green Globe International Standard for Sustainable Travel & Tourism certification.
The hotel uses a thermal energy storage system and reuses water from its swimming pool in the sprinkler system. Furthermore they try to reduce the waste as much as possible and give preference to reusable sustainable items. Their cleaning products are eco-certified and the hotel’s Food & Beverage department aim to promote local organic ingredients and do not offer endangered species of food (such as eel) or animals that are ethically not treated well (such as goose liver pate).
Address: Van Baerlestraat 27, 1071 AN Amsterdam
Website: Conservatorium Hotel