The Conservatorium, it’s a luxury hotel in Amsterdam, which has repeatedly been crowned the number one luxury hotel in the Netherlands. Located in the heart of the city, the Conservatorium is an architectural masterpiece that combines a landmark heritage building with graceful, contemporary design.
Among its 129 guestrooms are three signature suites, of which the Penthouse Suite stands out for its generous dimensions and modern style.
The largest of the signature suites, the 170sq m (1829sq ft) penthouse is a single-storey, loft-style eyrie with floor-to-ceiling windows. From this perch atop the hotel’s atrium, guests can look down on the hotel’s lobby and lounge, or out across Amsterdam’s rooftops to the Rijksmuseum.
The suite has an L-shaped living space comprising a dining area that doubles as a cinema, and a light-filled lounge decorated with Persian rugs and antique Dutch ceramics. Most of the suite’s internal walls are made of glass that make the airy living quarters feel exceptionally large. Also, there is a marble bathroom with rooftop views. Piero Lissoni, is the designer behind the interiors.
Guests enjoy a selection of restaurants, a bar (Tunes Bar), lounge and the 1,000 sq m Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre.
For spa lovers, Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre is one of Amsterdam’s largest spa, with seven treatment rooms, a well-equipped gym and the city’s first Watsu therapy pool.
For culture and for business, it’s a must try hotel, while in Amsterdam.
Location The Conservatorium is perfect for shoppers and culture vultures. The Stedelijk, Rijks and Van Gogh Museums are right across the street, with the Concertgebouw and designer stores of P.C. Hooftstraat around the corner. It’s also strolling distance to the canal quarter’s ‘”Nine Streets” area , where bars and boutiques abound.
The Penthouse Suite costs from €10,000 per night, excluding breakfast. Deluxe guestrooms start at €850 per night, excluding breakfast. Visit Conservatorium Hotel ‘s website, for reservations.