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The building itself harmoniously blends old and new, with modern steel beams and glass walls complementing original brickwork and wooden beams. Full review →
Welcoming hotel in a restored 19th-century stone-and-brick structure adjacent to Museum Square, close to chic shops and a lovely park. Full review →
You will sacrifice a canal view, but the location of this bustling hotel, opened in February 2012 directly across from the Museumplein, more than compensates.The cavernous center is divided into spaces aligned with the four elements, but if you have to choose, forget earth, fire, and air and head for the water spa, which features a watsu pool and hammam treatments.
A dazzling renovation by Milanese designer Pietro Lissoni of a nineteenth-century bank (turned music school), the 129-room Conservatorium sits just opposite Museumplein. Full review →
An impressive early 20th-century bank turned music school is a visual feast, with a glass-roofed, tree-filled courtyard lobby and dramatically modern guest rooms. Full review →
The new kid on the block of competitive upmarket hotels in Amsterdam, the Conservatoriun opened in 2011 and occupies the former neo-Gothic Sweelinck Conservatory of Music. Full review →
This landmark building provides an elegant complement to its surroundings in the Museum Square district. Full review →
While it takes up prime real estate in a former music conservatory just a stone’s throw from the Rijks and Museumplein, Conservatorium has a lot more going for it than location alone. Full review →
An eight-storey, 129-room hotel with soaring glass and steel connecting the 19th-century brickwork (especially in the light-filled atrium lounge) and a 1000-sq-metre gym and spa. Full review →
One of Amsterdam's finest hotels... Pure, unadulterated luxury.
With its Golden-Age façade, Amsterdam’s Conservatorium hotel might be another museum (it’s at the heart of the Museumplein). Full review →
The Conservatorium Hotel delivers a true five-pearl experience in Amsterdam's residential Museum Quarter. Full review →
Although it lacks the intimate room count of a true boutique-hotel, this creatively transformed Gothic fortress features some of the most dramatic architectural-scapes in Amsterdam. Full review →
Italian contemporary style – and the best lobby-lounge in town – Conservatorium is infused into a 19th-century bank building, bang in between Museumplein and Amsterdam’s chicest fashion street. Full review →
This 129-room hotel with an arsenal of standout features, offers spare but opulent interiors, courteous service (especially praiseworthy in a city known for a lack thereof), and serious wellness amenities. Full review →
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