Stylish sophistication in the Museum Quarter
- 129 guestrooms and suites
- Taiko restaurant
- Tunes Bar
- The Conservatorium Brasserie & Lounge
- Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre
The Conservatorium Hotel takes residence in a magnificent Neo-Gothic building in the heart of the Museum Quarter, a former home of Amsterdam’s Sweelinck Conservatory of Music, with its rich historical narrative carefully woven throughout its glorious regeneration.
129 guestrooms and suites are spread over eight floors and range from a spacious superior room up to a penthouse suite. All rooms and suites include state of the art in room technology, luxurious linens and a private bar.
Brushed-oak flooring and beige furniture define the cool autumnal colour scheme that is simultaneously modern and classic. The large bathrooms feature large rainfall showers, marble tubs and LCD mirror TVs.
Central to the hotel’s design and lifestyle vision are its restaurants and bars. All dining here is under the direction of celebrated Dutch chef Schilo van Coevorden. Taiko restaurant sits in the spacious historic part of the hotel serving up contemporary Asian cuisine made from local, seasonal produce. The chic Tunes Bar is an elegant yet casual haven in which to enjoy classic drinks, cocktails, sushi and Asian tapas day and night, while the Conservatorium Brasserie and Lounge are located in the atrium, offering contemporary local dishes for all-day dining.
Guests here have complimentary access to the divine Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre, a personal host assigned to them and there is also a shopping gallery with a hair salon and high-end luxury stores. Outside, the best shops, restaurants, museums and galleries are waiting to be explored within easy walking distance.