The Conservatorium Hotel in Amsterdam

Modern design property full of space, comfort and warmth: The Conservatorium Hotel in Amsterdam opened at the end of 2011, but it has already established almost legendary presence with its architecture and the quality of its service.

Location

Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam

The Conservatorium Hotel landmark Neo-Gothic building was constructed at the end of 19th C. by the Dutch architect of reputation Daniel Knuttel for a state savings bank. In the second half of the 20th C. the building served as a home to the famous Amsterdam Sweelinck Music Conservatory but when years passed it became to small and the conservatory moved to the modern new structure near the Central Station. The Set, a company which now owns Lutetia in Paris and Grand Cafe in London, bought the building and refurbished into the five star design hotel bearing the name referring to the building musical past.
The Conservatorium is located nearby the Museumplein with all three most important Amsterdam museums in the hotel’s direct neighbourhood, close to PC Hoofstraat - the most elegant fashion street in Amsterdam, near The Concertgebouw philharmonic and in a short walking distance from the Vondelpark.
The hotel is also accessible within 10 minutes ride from the Amsterdam freeway ring A-10.

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Services

The hotel has 129 rooms and suites including a triplex Amsterdam suite with the master bedroom in the attic and a 170 m²/1829 ft² penthouse suite. Its services include a huge brasserie lounge, a high cuisine restaurant and a bar, several banqueting spaces, prize winning holistic spa called Akasha, an indoor swimming pool, gym, sauna and relaxation areas. All relaxation and fitness areas are open for a day visitors at the fee of €75. The elegant dark corridors on the hotel’s ground floor are home to elegant fashion, jewellery and cosmetics boutiques. The hotel has its own parking and a valet parking service at the extra charge of €65 per 24 hours.
The hotel offers a car service from the airport at €105.
The Conservatorium Hotel has been adapted to receive handicapped guests with several facilities to make it user friendly for them. The hotel’s side gate at Paulus Potterstraat 50 gives you a direct access to the lobby. There are also two rooms especially equipped for guests on a wheelchair.

Dining

Hotel Conservatorium GateThe Conservatorium lounge brasserie will serve you from 6:50 am until 11 pm, with a small pause between 11 am - 12: 30 pm. The food is Dutch-modern. The hotel restaurant called “Tunes” led by the Dutch master chef Schilo van Coevorden serves its tasty meals made from the local Dutch products between 7 pm and 11 pm, with last dish ordered at 11:50 pm.
Please note that the “Tunes” restaurant closes for the summer — in 2014 until Sept. 11.
The feel
A truly luxurious hotel, with a modern feel. The Conservatorium Hotel in Amsterdam is comfortable and it is never dull. It feels like the whole new exciting possibility in this often unimaginative world. It has been voted for three consecutive years since its opening 2012, 2013, 2014 The Traveller’s Choice among the Amsterdam hotels. While this title is given each year to several best service properties, it is seldom awarded to the hotels in the high price segment.

Entrance by car:

Paulus Potterstraat 50
1071 DB Amsterdam

Address

The Conservatorium Hotel in Amsterdam
Van Baerlestraat 27
1071 AN   Amsterdam
The Netherlands

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