Just ask anyone - in Amsterdam, there is only one destination for some of the best in food and drink.
Carefully situated in the cultural heart of the city, the Conservatorium hotel has become a destination for more than just a good night’s rest. From selecting the finest Hida beef, crafting the perfect omelette, or simply composing a memorable cocktail, our talented team are encyclopaedias of knowledge when it comes to dining. Ask the locals where to go for the best Amsterdam has to offer for food and drink, and they’ll point you towards us.
The leading, award-winning Asian-inspired experience, Taiko is not simply content to seduce. Beauty, flavour, aroma, and texture come together to change your perceptions of what modern dining can be. Menu and concept by the inimitable Schilo van Coevorden.
Housed within the hotel’s stunning, internal light-filled glass courtyard, the Conservatorium Brasserie is a contemporary setting for a classic dining experience. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even Sunday Brunch – either way, your day is covered.
What happens when you take the iconic Taiko Cuisine menu and blend it with a buzzing, Roppongi-esque experience? The answer is simple – one of Amsterdam’s hottest destinations for good food, creative cocktails, and even better music.
The Lounge, known at home and abroad as ‘Amsterdam’s Living Room’ is located in the hotel’s central atrium. Flooded with natural daylight beaming down from the glass ceiling and through the floor to-ceiling windows, the plush sofas and coffee tables provide a sophisticated sanctuary for a relaxing break.
In Room Dining
Using room service in Amsterdam means you can enjoy the city’s attractions day and night without having to worry about timings for eating or drinking. In-room dining at Conservatorium hotel is available 24 hours a day, bringing the same high levels of service and culinary experiences found in the hotel’s restaurants and bars to the privacy of a room or suite. Be it breakfast, lunch, dinner or a cocktail party, the in-room dining team works closely with the hotel’s chefs to create bespoke options beyond the fully stocked Butler’s Pantry.