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Tucked into Amsterdam's famed Museumplein, the stunning Conservatorium Hotel was formerly a music hall and dates back to the 19th century, yet its fine service and modern amenities have helped land it a spot on Condé Nast Traveler's Gold List 2016. Original elements of this history artfully complement the modern design by acclaimed Italian interior designer Piero Lissoni, who infused the space with clean lines, a sleek autumnal color scheme and accent pieces from around the world. Your neo-Gothic accommodations are located across from the Van Gogh Museum near the enchanting Jordaan neighborhood. Legendary music culture, award-winning beer and laid-back locals will welcome you into the fold.
Art and history enthusiasts will love a visit to this Netherlands national museum. The collection is staggering, with more than one million objects. Highlights include Rembrandt and Vermeer.
To see the Dutch capital's canals from its best vantage point, book a boat tour at the Prinsengracht. The canals were dug in the 17th century and contribute to Amsterdam's moniker of "Venice of the North."
The Brasserie & Lounge, specialty gins at Tunes Bar, in-room dining and Asian-inspired cuisine at Taiko provide a plentiful selection for a meal or cocktails without even setting foot outside of the hotel.
Ornate costumes and elaborate sets at the Dutch National Opera & Ballet will make you feel like you're directly inside the story with the performers. This is the largest opera company in the Netherlands.
This well-known pilsner has been brewed since 1864 and has remained a family company since that time. Today you can book the Heineken Experience to tour the original brewery, frosty glass in hand.
Celebrated and receiving rave reviews for its friendly, attentive service, Zaza's is a great option for a romantic date night. You'll find foie gras, scallops, venison and steak tartare on the menu, to name just a few items.
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The Conservatorium is the first Dutch hotel to earn the Green Globe International Standard for Sustainable Travel & Tourism. Thermal energy storage systems, waste reduction and eco-certified toiletries and products contribute to this recognition.
Amsterdam is incredibly bike-friendly and what Americans might think are walking foot paths are actually bike lanes. The narrow space between the road and a pedestrian walk is for bikes only and be sure to look both ways before you cross them.
To soak in the great outdoors, wander to the North Holland province to explore Vondelpark, a public park that spans 116 acres. Plentiful bike paths, rose gardens and walkways appeal to locals and travelers alike.
Architect Daniel Knuttel designed the Conservatorium to serve as the Rijkspostspaarbank. It sold in the late 1800s and its most recent revival was 2008, when award-winning designer Piero Lissoni upgraded the structure to its current existence as a striking hotel.
Amsterdam has a mild humid temperate climate with typically warm summers, gentle springs and no dry season. The city also sees mild weather, with summer temperatures averaging 63 degrees and the coldest temperature in January dipping only to 37 degrees. Eleven hours of sunshine illuminate your trip.
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