What’s that? You’ve got 24 hours in Amsterdam with too much money and sore feet? Well, you’re reading the right review. The Conservatorium opened its doors in 2011 and quickly became a mainstay of Amsterdam’s hospitality industry. Every guest is assigned a "personal host”, as well as having access to a “human library” of Amsterdam experts, all of whom can suggest uniquely different ways to lighten wallets. The hotel’s restaurants, The Brasserie (modern European) and Taiko (contemporary Asian), can feed you, and the Lounge and Tunes bars can water you. There's even an alley of shops. The Museum Quarter is on your doorstep if you require culture, but that sounds incredibly tiring – disappear into the basement instead, where you’ll find Akasha, the hotel’s luxury spa. You’ve earned it; and, by now, you’ve very much spent it.
ConservatoriumA luxury weekend under one resplendent roof
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