|"Fantastic location and beautiful hotel."||(in 25 reviews)|
|"Very friendly and helpful staff."||(in 43 reviews)|
|""Great location, beautifully designed hotel with impressive facilities.""||(in 29 reviews)|
|"Very poor house keeping ."||(in 4 reviews)|
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|"Did have to change rooms."||(in 13 reviews)|
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Location and overall experience in the hotel . All the staff was very attentive and responsive.
Was a nice experience overall
The staff was very helpful
A truly spectacular property, beautifully fitted, with attentive, friendly but not overly intrusive staff. Amsterdam is a great place to visit; this hotel is almost reason enough on its own. I stayed there twice on the same trip. The first time we upgraded to a suite, and it was beautiful, really a place to relax in and feet at home. The second stay I was alone and had a regular room. It was tiny, but entirely functional. Both rooms were street facing with large windows. The bar is lovely, as well. Be sure to try one (or two or three) of their great gin and tonics.
It is rather pricey, but you do get what you pay for.
There are so many different sights to see in Amsterdam. This city is the center of Dutch culture and it’s known as the Venice of Northern Europe because it has canals just like the fabled Italian city. That said, when staying in Amsterdam, there are a lot of expectations travelers have. Many of those expectations involve incredible hospitality and service from hotels. Getting a hotel in the center of the city that provides great amenities and service isn’t easy to find, unless you have found the Conservatorium Hotel.
The Conservatorium Hotel is located right in the heart of Amsterdam. You can step outside and history is right there – the hotel even is in a historic building. With the Van Gogh museum just a few steps away, there is much to do in this area. You don’t have to worry about getting from the airport to the hotel either. The airport shuttle service ensures that you get from the airport to the hotel with minimal stress and that upon flying out you don’t have to worry about being late for the plane.
The hotel, known as “Amsterdam’s Living Room”, offers many services including a full-service spa. You can get pampered and then head over to the pool to relax. There is complimentary WiFi, an onsite restaurant, and comfortable, spacious rooms throughout the hotel.
The Conservatorium Hotel is one of Amsterdam’s great treasures. Book a room at this hotel if you are ready to have an absolutely fantastic experience in one of the world’s most interesting cities.
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Conservatorium Hotel is located at Van Baerlestraat 27 in Amsterdam-Zuid, 1.3 miles from the centre of Amsterdam. Stedelijk Museum is the closest landmark to Conservatorium Hotel.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Conservatorium Hotel.
Yes, Conservatorium Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Conservatorium Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, Conservatorium Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Conservatorium Hotel is 5.9 miles from Amsterdam Schiphol. Conservatorium Hotel is 33.5 miles from Rotterdam The Hague.
Yes, Conservatorium Hotel has a pool on-site.