Start your stay at the Conservatorium in style with the Schiphol VIP service, now included with our Signature Suites. Considered the most exclusive way to travel through the airport, guests will be picked up by luxury car right at the foot of the plane which takes them directly to the VIP centre. The service takes care of all practicalities of air travel, while they relax in peace and privacy with their travel companions.

Included for our Signature Suites. A minimum length of stay of two nights is required for the Concerto Two Bedroom Suite and I Love Amsterdam Suite.

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Signature Suites

Style, atmosphere, remarkable design — these three extraordinary spaces are as suited to long-term residencies and romantic weekends. Experience contemporary-yet-historical elegance in the two-bedroom rock-star Concerto Suite, appreciate award-winning design and architecture in the floor-all-to-itself Penthouse Suite and enjoy unrivalled rooftop views from three-floored I Love Amsterdam Suite. When it comes to size, look, comfort and how special a suite can make you feel, this accommodation is truly unique to the city.

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I Love Amsterdam Suite

Atmospheric loft living is assured in this high-drama triplex space with its own private deck above the turrets, in this coolest of enclaves designed by Piero Lissoni. State-of-the-art audio-visuals, a spacious walk-in dressing room and full cocktail bar are fit for a rock star. An art-gallery-like mezzanine level leads to a third-level eyrie marble bathroom where the sunken tub has panoramic views through floor-to-ceiling windows as impressive as from the eighth-floor rooftop. Relaxing, romantic, remarkable — a spell in the I Love Amsterdam Suite is a guaranteed adventure. 

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Concerto Two Bedroom Suite

This impressive two-bedroom pied-à-terre is as much a soothing sanctuary for wellbeing seekers as a stimulating setting for hard-working hedonists. Thoughtful touches abound in this interconnecting double suite with its light-filled sitting and dining-room space: Conservatorium's listed-building status shines through in the arched 19th-century architectural windows. Minimalist yet charismatic, this is style with substance thanks to statement furniture, a bespoke oval stone bath, Sennheiser HD800 headphones, Sutterheim raincoats to be borrowed and a streamlined kitchen nook stocked with Sheffield knives and Nespresso coffee machine. The perfect pied-à-terre for long- or short-term stays, every life-enhancing luxury is provided with panache.

 

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Penthouse Suite

Avant-garde yet warmly atmospheric, this contemporary art-filled signature suite is a tribute to the peerless designer and architect, Piero Lissoni. Whether you’re here in Amsterdam's Museum Quarter for work or play, it feels a rare privilege to be somewhere that form matches function so well. A private entrance and dedicated dressing room make this iconic sixth-floor apartment suited to discreet dignitaries and high-profile entertainment-industry performers. Furnished with standout pieces — midcentury-modern collectibles, and an impressive freestanding stone bathtub in the ensuite — there’s also a dining room that doubles as a cinema, plus the lighting, sound and ambience is entirely adjustable throughout. Floor-to-ceiling wraparound windows reveal the Rijksmuseum from the handsome bedroom, and let visitors admire the glassed-in atrium and brasserie below in this 19th-century bank reborn as the Sweelinck Music Conservatorium.