the Conservatorium bathroom
the Conservatorium bedroom
the Conservatorium indoor pool
the Conservatorium lounge
the Conservatorium restaurant and bar
Superbly located in the heart of the Museumplein — the Museum Quarter — the Conservatorium is a late 1800s, architectural landmark.
Though built at the end of the nineteenth century, the Conservatorium was only later transformed into a “luxury lifestyle” hotel. The design of the hotel is spectacular, as is the attention to detail provided by the ‘Guest Host’. Aside from the sumptuous accommodation, he Conservatorium offers both casual Brasserie and Lounge dining, as well as a more sophisticated dinner venue at Tunes Restaurant & Bar.
For You -
The Grand Duplex Suite, perfect for families, offers a sofa bed on the main level and a bedroom up on the second floor so there is more than enough room for everything. There is a bathroom on each level, providing further personal space for parents and children alike. An entire two-story wall of this room is a window so the views across Amsterdam are knockout. The spa is the right spot for you to destress and to unwind. It has a state-of-the-art gym, as well as an extensive treatment area. You can indulge in an underwater massage in their Watsu pool and the massage treatment rooms seem to literally float over water.
For Them +
Although the Conservatorium doesn’t focus on providing family activities specifically, it describes itself as being ‘baby ready, toddler fun, and cool for teens.’ The Guest Host is experienced and knowledgeable about what to do with children in Amsterdam. There is a special menu for the kids at the hotel’s Brasserie & Lounge, which is casual and often very busy with families who flock in for the delicious menu. There is a supervised lap pool in the hotel, offering daily kid’s swimming hours.
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