With its setting in a neo-Gothic nineteenth-century building, Conservatorium has taken the spirit and integrity of the original structure to create the framework for a truly contemporary hotel. Once home to a music conservatory, this property now sings a different tune, offering luxe accommodations in 129 bedrooms and suites. Original details such uniquely beamed loft ceilings remain, while Italian interior design brings a streamlined but playful touch to the décor. House dining includes he Conservatorium Brasserie & Lounge in a glass-ceilinged courtyard and Tunes Restaurant by Schilo, where diners enjoy locally influenced international dishes with views over the Stedelijk Museum. The hotel enjoys an address in a prime Museum District location, and guests can easily walk to the Rijksmuseum and other notable attractions. Afterward, Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre beckons with a Watsu pool, hammam and signature therapies. Dutch treat, indeed!