A member of The Set Hotels, whose addresses include London and Paris, The Conservatorium is a transient example of the group’s luxury hotels in coveted locations. Located in the museum quarter of Amsterdam and originally designed by Dutch architect Daniel Knuttel, it is a proud embodiment of the regeneration of this historical city. Simple an functional, there is something charming and endearing about the simplicity of the hotel’s interior design. Muted shades of grey with occasional pops of colour are paired with demure fabrics are illuminated by the natural daylight that streams through the large windows. Italian furniture is paired with Dutch style and faded Asian rugs are charming editions to the public spaces. The proud home to its Taiko restaurant, the dining is delivering the finest Hida beef and European grown wasabi all washed down with rare and distinctive sake’s, found by one of Europe’s only Sake Sommeliers. It is a place to discover outrageous Asian flavours and unique ingredients. If you want a culinary journey, look no further than the creations from the Taiko chefs.
- Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
- Full breakfast daily, for two guests per bedroom, in restaurant
- Bespoke welcome amenity
- USD 100 equivalent Hotel credit to be utilised during stay
- Complimentary Wi-Fi