A unique building in an exceptional location is only the beginning because once you enter the hotel you wont believe you are in an Amsterdam hotel. Everything here is bigger and more metropolitan than other Amsterdam places. - Even before the reconstruction took place this building was a true malachite landmark for decades. The Conservatorium Hotel took things to another level by mixing old with new. The critical elements that give the building its identity where preserved and cool new things were added with the use of glass, stone and steel.
The hotel is nested in the former conservatoire of Amsterdam. Within the already overcrowded luxury hotel scene of Amsterdam this hotel is still a league of its own as it doe not belong to a big hotel-chain and it does breath a certain history nevertheless the hotel being a couple of years old.
From a gastronomic point of view the Conservatorium does what is should do... serve high quality food served in a smart casual setting. the restaurant has reinvented itself recently after serving great food already for a long time. The new style restaurant is called Taiko and serves Pan-Asian inspired treats. The restaurant and kitchen is under supervision of the famous head chef Schilo van Coevorden.
For Spa lovers the hotel offers a wide variety of treatments in very tranquilly atmosphere. if you look for an escape of city life for a while the hotel Spa is the place to go. For comprehensive restoration and rejuvenation the Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre is divided into different areas which align with the four elements: earth, water, fire and air. The Spa features an Organic Bar, Fitness Club, Watsu pool, whirlpool, sauna, Hammam and an 18m x 5m swimming pool.
The hotel is located in best of both worlds a it is very close to the famous shopping street called P.C. Hooftstraat for all things designer and the museum district with the Van Gogh- and Rijks Museum as the main attractions. We advise you to order your tickets online to avoid the que that can sometimes take over an hour.
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Besides the usual main attractions the whole area is nice for a walk, or coffee like the locals do. We advise you to look a little further than mist tourists do and have lunch at the small shopping street called Jacob Obrechtstraat. Just ask the front desk to drop you of or take a 5 minute stroll from the hotel.
From the hotel you can actually walk into the city centre, canal district and nightlife within 5-10 minutes but the hotel car is happy to take you there. For Shopahlics we advise you to visit the '9 straatjes', literally translated as '9 streets'. These are 9, connected little streets filled with little designer boutiques, mono stores and experimental stores from famous brands. This area is also a perfect hideout for good a lunch or coffee.
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The area filled with museums that showcase the painting of many famous Dutch artists from the past like Rembrandt, Van Gogh and Vermeer. The area is also known for wide avenues aligned by old trees and elite houses that have been there for centuries. The Museum district is also the place for designer brand lovers as the famous P.C. Hoofdstraat offers good shopping.