Conservatorium

Van Baerlestraat 27 (Jan Luijkenstraat) Amsterdam

This landmark building provides an elegant complement to its surroundings in the Museum Square district.

The Penthouse at the Conservatorium

A showcase of wrought-iron, polished wood and hand-painted tile, this knockout of a hotel dates back to the end of the 19th century. It is credited with reviving the city's museum district, and after lying empty and then serving as a trio musical institutes, it was revived as a luxury hotel. The original design has been enhanced by Milan-based designer and architect Piero Lissoni, and the result is one of the finest hostelries in the city. Guest rooms are stunning, with signature features such as unique beam ceilings and stone walls in some. Amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi and newspapers, rainfall showers and mini-bars.

All guests enjoy access to the lavish Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre, with a pool, private hammam, excellent gym, holistic fitness classes and spa lounge bar for healthy juices, teas and cuisine. As for the hotel's dining scene, Taiko serves haute Asian-inspired fare with an emphasis on the union of flavor and aroma. Located in an interior glass courtyard, Brasserie and Lounge specializes in Royal Afternoon Tea, while Tunes Bar pairs sake and Asian tapas, as well as offering a unique selection of gin and tonics. The largest of the meeting rooms can accommodate up to 120 people; all venues feature natural daylight and high-definition technology.

Hotel Information

Address

Van Baerlestraat 27 (Jan Luijkenstraat) 1071 AN Amsterdam Netherlands

Contact

+31 (0)20 570-0000 Hotel’s Website

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