Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam is one of the hotels that combine modernity and history at its best. Located in a neighborhood known for its galleries and good restaurants, the Conservatorium Hotel is the upcoming hotel in Amsterdam. Not only do the rooms and the Spa attract guests from all over the world, but the bars of the hotel do also attract locals.
The Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam is something like the perfect combination of different aspects that make a stay in a luxury hotel unique. At first, there is the location right in the Museum Quarter.
That makes the Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam the perfect starting point for tourists that are looking forward to exploring Amsterdam in a luxurious way. The location is also very good for all those who seek to work in Amsterdam as all major business districts are not far away.
Last but not least, the Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam looks like a masterpiece that combines history and contemporary design like only few other hotels in the world.
Duplex Room at the Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam
Staying at the Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam can be a very special experience.
While some rooms are only modern and luxurious, others are special in one specific regard: The Conservatorium Hotel has more than a dozen so-called “Duplex Room” that are located on two different floors, changing the feeling of staying in a hotel room completely.
While other hotels may have a Duplex Suite, the Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam also got normal room categories that are also arranged on two floors.
However, the stylish suites that combine contemporary design with the character of the old building are something very special as well.
The size of the rooms at the Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam is ranging from 25 square meters (269 square feet) to 170 square meters (1.830 square feet), making each and every room spacious and cozy at the very same time.
Hot spot for foreigners and locals
What makes the Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam a very special hotel as well is the well-thought design and style of the restaurants that attract locals and foreigners alike since the hotel opened not long ago.
Especially the Brasserie & Lounge perfectly combines the chilled art of living of Amsterdam with great cuisine with international influences. The atmosphere is casual for sure. If you are looking for an experience that’s closer to fine-dining, you may enjoy Taiko, the hotel’s Asian restaurant, that offers great sushi and several other delights.
But that’s not everything the Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam has to offer.
Even though great drinks are also served in the Brasserie & Lounge, the Tunes Bar is known as a hotspot for great drinks and a nice after-work atmosphere in whole Amsterdam.
First Class Spa at the Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam
The Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam wouldn’t be in the focus of the international press if it did not also offer its guests an incredible Spa experience.
The Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre that is located inside the Conservatorium Hotel has four different areas that are inspired by the four elements earth, water, fire and air.
With an 18 x 5 meters swimming pool, a large steam bath as well as a sauna and several loungers, the Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam offers its guest a great complimentary relaxation experience.
There are also a large gym with state-of-the-art machines and a bar that offers little healthy snacks and a wide range of drinks that are perfect for either one of the many treatments offered in the Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre or sports.
Lifestyle getaway with a price tag
It is no surprise that the Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam is one of the most expensive hotels in the city. On some nights, it’s even more expensive than the renowned Hotel De L’Europe. Rates are usually starting at 350 Euro (~ 395 US-Dollar) a night for the Superior Duplex Room excluding breakfast and the city tax.
Suites are available starting from 500 Euro (~ 560 US-Dollar) a night. Breakfast comes with an extra charge of 35 Euro (~ 40 US-Dollar). Much money for a hotel that’s very special in many regards!