Conservatorium Hotel5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I stayed at the Conservatorium Hotel for work/pleasure for a week in the middle of February. I was able to book the "suite dreams" package which came with a two story room and breakfast every day. First the hotel itself. According to the folks here, the building has a history of being a music conservatory and before that a bank. The hotel retained a bunch of its history with being modernized about six years ago. The lobby, the hanging Stratovarious (sp?) violins, the atrium above the restaurant, the bar, etc. all have great character and provide a historic but modern feeling. The location is fantastic - literally right across the street from the Van Gough museum and just down the street from the Rijks museum. Several very good restaurants are within a short walk along with some high end shopping. I mentioned getting the breakfast with our room which was critical as it is fantastic but not cheap (42 Euros per person). The food was very good and had a ton of choices including fresh juices mixed together (we liked the power juice a lot). The room was really cool, with two story windows which were preserved from the original architecture of the building. The first story had a full bath with a waterfall shower and a desk/lounge area. The upstairs/loft area contained the bedroom in a studio type feel with a "hidden" full bath with a waterfall shower. The hidden part is the fact the door looks to be part of the wall. My wife was coming in for the weekend and I wanted to do something special to allow her to see the city and didn't know what my options were. I sat down with one of the concierges and I would highly recommend asking them for help on anything. Suzanne went way above and beyond the call of duty and arranged a private canal tour, complete with three restaurant stops to pick up appetizers, main course and desert. One of the hotel concierges walked us to the boat which made it easy and stress free. I can't thank Suzanne and the staff enough as it was a once in a lifetime experience for my wife and I. I would highly recommend staying here and taking advantage of the amazing staff, services and location.
Stayed here on holiday for 4 nights to celebrate our 30th wedding anniversary. We were amazingly well looked after. Room upgrade, complimentary drinks and a gift. The staff on the front desk were especially good. This hotel knows how to look after its guests. Would thoroughly recommend.
My wife and i spent a few days at this hotel in Jan 2018. From the time i checked in, i felt that an amazing customer experience was their top priority. I was surprised to find that they went through the effort of making "Vegan " options at every meal starting from breakfast. Their concierge and assistant manager MR ETAN SELA created custom private tours that very simply unique. He deserves a promotion and a raise. I have travelled all over the world and have had seven star experiences. My stay at this hotel was exceptional and something i will never forget.
As not a prolific writer of reviews I felt compelled to share a review of our amazing experience at the Conservatorium hotel as the service and the hotel really need to be recognised for their unbelievable attention to detail and their passion for customer satisfaction. The hotel is stunning and a true feat of architecture and the facilities are fantastic throughout the hotel. However this would be nothing without the people and they turn your stay in to a really memorable experience. The experience starts from the minute you arrive where you are made to feel so welcome from the bell staff and when you get to the front desk, simply WOW. You are greeted with a smile and the front desk and the hosts immediately make you feel at ease and relaxed and you really know you have made the right choice. The attention to detail is amazing and on your check in everything is taken care of and all our requests were met with a smile and a desire to make our stay the best it could possibly be. This carried on throughout our stay, our room was unbelievable and everybody from the cleaning staff to even the chef in the restauarant (my wife wanted to know how they made cold broccoli taste so good) were so courteous and polite. My wife experienced the spa and said this was fantastic and the service was great. A special thanks from me to the hosts who helped me organise everything and were constantly on hand for anything we needed. The art of making people relax is by being relaxed and friendly, yet with the right levels of professionalism and attentiveness and with the hotel being just over the road from the Van Gogh museum, this is truly a masterpiece of customer service and you can genuinely feel the passion of the people in the hotel. There are so many people to thank and I wish I had captured more names and I will write personally to,the general manager to recognise this, because some people truly went above and beyond in making our stay a truly amazing experience. If you are looking at a number of hotels in Amsterdam, then stop looking now and book this one, I travel,to Amsterdam every year on business and have stayed in many 5 star hotels, but this is really the best. Thank you to everybody for making our stay a truly amazing experience.
Four stars because it is a wonderful property and service is excellent, but the rooms are very modern and I prefer a bit more traditional. I was in Amsterdam on business and spent two nights. The hotel is a fun blend of old on the outside and very modern on the inside. The room was starkly modern, yet quite comfortable. There was ample closet space. The hallways and my room were low on natural light, but overhead lights and desk lamps made up the difference. The bathroom was stone and glass, no windows. The breakfast buffet was quite good. Service levels were strong, but behind the scenes, helpful but not pushy. I would definitely stay again on business and recommend it to others.
I cannot wait to go back to Amsterdam - and stay at this hotel. It is an old music conservatory turned into a hotel which is just beautiful. The room was a duplex with two bathrooms and very modern.It was located in a great area and right near everything we wanted to see. The staff was outstanding! The restaurant was lovely. I loved everything about the experience.I would go back in a heartbeat!
One of Amsterdams most beautiful hotels at the border of the old center of Amsterdam: the unique Conservatorium Hotel. A great place to chill, a pleasant lobby and a gorgeous restaurant. All you need and and you wish.
The Conservatorium Hotel is in a great location diagonally across from the Van Gogh Museum and a couple of minutes walk to the Rijksmuseum. The staff is super helpful and eager to make your stay special. We arrived at 4:30 AM - without any hesitation they welcomed us and allowed us to have our room. The rooms are spacious - we had a duplex suite. My only reservation is that for people who are Shomer Shabbat the sensors in the room for the lights throughout the room and the way the electrically controlled drapes work make it very difficult. I am told that the Mariott is more adept to Shomer Shabbat guests. If you are visiting during the week then this hotel is highly recommended! We had a great time and were treated like royalty!
My partner and I stayed at the hotel for a "staycation" in our own hometown. We were spoilt from the minute we walked in till the moment we checked out. The champagne welcome was warm and personalized, the suite was AMAZING; very spacious, great design, big bathroom will all thinkable features and a series of personalized surprises. The bed was huge and very comfortable and the sound-proofing was unparalleled. I stay in hotels over 75 nights a year and while most hotels offer great designs, the sound proofing remains an issue. The Conservatorium hotel nailed this problem with flying colors. Our room service breakfast was delicious and at check out we were surprised with a nice farewell gift. The team made us feel more than welcome throughout our stay. It was hard to leave this great, great place. We will be back!
Very cool venue, excellent rooms, comfortable and non standard/ amazingly non corporate and actually quite boutique like for a large hotel. Indoor pool is fantastic and steam room helps fight the jet lag! Like an oasis in the middle of a city. Nice central location. Staff/concierge are excellent, I arrived very early and they spent a lot of time with me helping to get museum passes and restaurant reservations. Highly recommend, will stay here again
- Walking distance to Stedelijk Museum and Concertgebouw
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in Museum Quarter, Conservatorium Hotel is adjacent to Stedelijk Museum and within a 5-minute walk of other popular sights like Concertgebouw. This 5-star hotel welcomes guests with 129 rooms and conveniences like a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. It's in central Amsterdam and also a short walk from Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum.
Enjoy dining at Conservatorium Brasserie, one of 2 onsite restaurants. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or entertain your taste buds with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café. Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee.
All 129 air-conditioned rooms feature minibars, espresso makers, and free newspapers. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and wired Internet, plus LCD TVs with digital channels and DVD players. Beds sport Egyptian cotton sheets and bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and free toiletries. In-room massages are available, and other amenities include laptop-compatible safes and desks.
Conservatorium Hotel features a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and a health club. Valet parking is available for a fee. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a spa tub, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas.
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89% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1395 reviews