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Conservatorium Hotel‘s design is an intriguing maze of rooms, bars, restaurants and luxury services, welcoming everyone as a home away from home. This boutique hotel luxury design is striking and extravagant and yet has the appeal to a wider variety of people as a residential space rather than a hotel.
Previously the site owned by Amsterdam’s Sweelinck Music Conservatorium and originally built as the Rijkspostspaarbank at the end of the 19th century, the building was conceived by the renowned Dutch architect Daniel Knuttel. The building’s rich history and character have been embraced and exhibited as the heart of the hotel design, creating a striking design on an impressive scale. Located in Amsterdam’s famed Museum Square, this luxurious and contemporary hotel not only has glamour but also has the location to match.
There is a beautiful connection between old and new throughout the entire hotel design. The conversion of the courtyard has purposely exposed the original intention for this space, creating an unforgettable feature and maximising the use of the hotel grounds. The original facade of the building, new glazed ceiling and vast open areas make guests aware that this was once an open space, creating a subtle divide between old and new, each complimenting one another.
The Taiko Restaurant transports guests into the world of Asia, giving them the experience of fine cuisine and surroundings through flavour, aroma, and texture. This restaurant is Schilo Van Coevorden’s leading Asian-inspired restaurant in Amsterdam and is characterised by the beauty of its design and combination of industrial and Asian inspired features.
The Tunes Bar is decorated with a mesmerising backlit wall of cocktails, spirits and iconic Eames House Birds. The lighting plays such a key part in this design, creating a relaxed atmosphere, casting abstract shadows and reflections across surfaces from the silhouettes of the cocktail bottles. Serving over thirty kinds of Gins with several tonics, this is the perfect bar to unwind and watch the world go by in style.
The Spa and Gym take on a contrasting modern style that introduces guests into a secluded world away from the business and stress that consumes in the day-to-day life. The services and areas have been divided to align with the elements; earth, fire, water and air with the use of mesmerising feature lighting, fire displays connections to nature through plants and textures. This use of elements within the space enhances the senses and disconnect. Including an Organic Bar, Fitness Club, Watsu pool, whirlpool sauna and Hammam, every area well-being has been considered.
The Conservatorium Hotel has over fifteen different types of rooms and suites available, being all completely different, matching the guests’ style, personality and need. The Concerto Two Bedroom Suite has a minimalist and charismatic design, with a private porch and a master bedroom overlooking the hotel’s courtyard while the second bedroom has views over the Stedelijk Museum across. The second bedroom and bathroom are located on the lower level with the size of a Junior Suite and can be privatized by a hallway from the living room. This sanctuary is as suited to soothing wellbeing escapes, larger family or group travel as being a base for hard-working hedonists.
The Van Baerle Suite has a spacious bathroom space, clad entirely in texture stone with a feature free-standing oval bath and separate rainfall shower. The Conservatorium is a hotel that has to be experienced to be believed. With vast open spaces, luxury spa facilities and a collection of restaurants, bars and services to cater for your every need, it is no surprise to discover that it has won over twenty awards for its design and services.
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