The Conservatorium is undoubtedly one of the Netherlands' leading luxury properties. With its central location in the heart of Amsterdam, shopping and museums are merely steps away.
Don’t let its grand 19th-century building fool you; the Conservatorium is a sleek hotel located in Amsterdam’s Museum Square district near its chicest fashion street. The repurposed historic landmark, once a bank and later the Sweelinck music conservatory, was transformed by Italian interiors architect Piero Lissoni. During the restoration, features of the original building such as the wall tiles and stained glass were left intact, while muted fabrics and flashes of color were paired with Lissoni’s trademark clean lines to create the contemporary hotel it is today.
The clean lines and muted colors of brown, beige, and grey continue in the Conservatorium Hotel’s 129 rooms and suites. While the rooms vary in size, they are all spacious and unique. Some have incredibly high ceilings, while others are split level. The Rooftop Suites, for example, contain historical features and offer incredible views of Amsterdam overlooking the Stedelijk Museum or the Van Baerlestraat. Bathrooms are spacious, especially by Amsterdam’s standards, with calming colors, large rainfall showers, and over-sized tubs.
The focal point of the Conservatorium is the glass-enclosed, light-filled atrium. It is an architectural masterpiece. Off of the atrium, enjoy all-day dining at the Brasserie. Upstairs, under the direction of chef Schilo van Coevorden, Taiko serves up a menu infused with Japanese cuisine. For drinks, head to Tunes Bar which stocks more than 40 brands of gin.
The Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Center at the Conservatorium is a tranquil space divided into four different areas, each inspired by the natural elements. There, you’ll find a fully-equipped gym, private hammam, yoga and pilates studio, and a state-of-the-art indoor swimming pool.
The Conservatorium is ideally located for exploring Amsterdam. It sits opposite the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, and Stedelijk Museum near the luxury shopping district P.C. Hooftstraat. From the hotel, you can take one of their Dutch bicycles out to explore the city.Request Information