Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam: luxury design hotel29 July 2014
Best of the best at the Conservatorium Hotel in Amsterdam
The Conservatorium Hotel in Amsterdam is beautiful. It’s a very luxury hotel where guests will have all they need for the best stay in Amsterdam. Located in the former conservatory this hotel has beautiful 19th century architecture.
A night at the Conservatorium Hotel was high on our bucket list. I often recommend the hotel to readers that have a larger budget who email me for personal recommendations. Finally I can tell them all about the hotel, the rooms and the joy of staying at the Conservatorium Hotel based on my own experience.
To fully enjoy our stay at the Conservatorium Hotel I planned a lot of time to actually stay at the hotel. Trust me, as soon as you walk in your room you don’t want to go out (that much!). Imagine a two level suite with two luxury bathrooms, all technical gadgets you can imagine, a living room and a great bed with a superb view over the Stedelijk Museum. I promise you…. you never want to leave again ;-).
The service at the Conservatorium Hotel has a very high standard. Only the best of the best for the guests! You will notice that in the smallest details. From the selection of magazines in the room to a call to the front desk. The whole staff will make sure you have the best experience possible.
As a guest at the Conservatorium Hotel you can go for dinner to the Brasserie or the Tunes Restaurant. And that’s not only a great idea if you’re a hotel guest, it’s great for locals too! The Brasserie serves classic dishes with a twist. The High Tea is also something I highly recommend for the afternoon. The theme of the Afternoon Tea changes regularly and it’s great to do with family and friends.
At night the Tunes Bar is a must go. I wrote about this hotel bar on Your Little Black Book before and it’s one of the best spots in Amsterdam to go for G&T’s. They also serve delicious Asian dishes that are perfect to share. Great choice if you just want to have some bites instead of a full dinner.
After a few G&T’s at the Tunes Bar we go back to the room to watch a romantic movie at our ‘living room’ in our suite. And with such a nice bed it won’t take long before you will fall a sleep ;-).
The next morning…
Waking up on a Sunday with an empty agenda is the best thing if you ask me. Reading Vogue in bed and listening to music. The perfect lazy start of the day.
Whenever I stay at a hotel I order room service for breakfast. I can highly recommend doing so at the Conservatorium Hotel. The best selection of pastries, the most beautiful fruit salad you have ever seen and eggs any style you like them. I ordered the blini with salmon and scrambled eggs. Very good!
Did you know the Conservatorium Hotel also has a very good and luxury spa? The Akasha Spa has a great swimming pool, whirlpool, hammam and sauna. Spend a few hours in the spa and I will guarantee that you’re relaxed afterwards.
As a local in Amsterdam you can also enjoy the Akasha spa with a day pass. Or book one of the beauty treatments! (Read my blog about the mani / pedi here).
24 hours at the Conservatorium Hotel is 24 hours of pure joy.
I can’t wait to go back with friends for dinner and relive the great experience of staying at the hotel!
Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam
Address: Van Baerlestraat 27, Amsterdam
Neighbourhood: Amsterdam Old South / Museum Quarter
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