The hotel has 129 rooms with suites of varying sizes. They pay homage to the building's original lofty ceilings, and almost half the rooms have been made into a stunning duplex layout with exposed structural beams.
An integral part of the hotel was the creation of the restaurant and bars. They're not just for hotel guests, but are also popular with locals residents. There is a lounge with oversized sofas; an informal Brasserie; a specialty restaurant which offers local dishes and the bar is the ultimate watering hole which also serves gourmet tapas style food.
As well as discovering everything Amsterdam has to offer, there is a wellbeing centre at the hotel which features a spa; gym, and pool. If you're looking for somewhere that gives you more than just a base from which to explore the city, then The Conservatorium could be for you. You can visit the official website here.