Right in Amsterdam’s renowned Museum district (Museumplein) lies the Conservatorium Hotel – one of Amsterdam’s more trendy hotels, established in 2011, named after the music academy which had once been housed by this building. Conceived as a bank at the end of the 19th century by Dutch architect Daniel Knuttel – known for his inspired combinations of functionalism and whimsy – this site was intended to represent a lifestyle hotel. With an emphasis on design, style and an open concept common space approach, it has quickly become “the place to be” for both the jet-setters and the local hip crowd.
This hotel offers a full service spa, pool and a gym area as well as a large communal lobby, restaurants, a shopping area, meeting rooms, cigar lounge and a bar. All of these carry the signature Italian designs of Lissoni while, nevertheless, retaining the historical essence of the building. There is extreme attention given to detail when it comes to all aspects of design and art down to lighting, shading, textures, scope and material.
The communal spaces feature a revolving exhibition comprised of works by renowned artists from around the globe.
Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre – Pool
Symphony Room Theatre