Luxury in the Heart of Amsterdam
This luxury hotel in Amsterdam has repeatedly been crowned the number one luxury hotel in the Netherlands. Located in the Museum Square district, the true heart of the city, the Conservatorium is an architectural masterpiece that combines a landmark heritage building with graceful, contemporary design. Guests enjoy a selection of restaurants, a bar, lounge and the 1,000 sq m Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre. In this vibrant and elegant setting, the city's crown jewels – the Van Gogh Museum, Concertgebouw, Rijksmuseum, Vondelpark and Amsterdam's most indulgent shopping – are literally at your doorstep. For culture and for business, it's a location like no other.
Festive season with the Conservatorium
Our halls are decked, our staff are jolly and festive fayre awaits. Spend Christmas in the heart of festive
Amsterdam this year at the Conservatorium hotel. From festive accomodation offers, to warming spa days, to celebrative meals, it all comes together under our historic roof in anticipation of the nations favourite festivities.
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Our hotel is renowned for its gorgeous Art Nouveau interiors. Yet in the hands of award-winning designer Piero Lissoni, even those features have achieved a new beauty. Throughout our spacious, light-filled guest rooms and suites, the hotel's original legacy meets the most refined modern materials, colours and technology. In every sense, it's the best of both centuries. Perhaps this is one reason Condé Nast selected us as the finest luxury hotel in Holland.
Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre
The Conservatorium offers a spa experience and wellbeing concept that is completely new to Amsterdam. Divided into four different areas corresponding with the elements of nature, the Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre promises restoration and rejuvenation.
Restaurants & Bar
Central to the Conservatorium hotel’s vision of elegance, good living and cultural distinction, has been the creation of restaurants and bars which appeal to hotel guests, Amsterdam's society and the city’s international visitors.