Is located in the heart of Amsterdam is the brand new five-star hotel and Amsterdam's best kept secret up to date: the Conservatorium. It features exclusive amenities unlike any other hotel you have visited before, so extravagant in fact, that it brings luxury to a whole new level.
Originally designed by Dutch architect Daniel Knuttel, this iconic building first began as the Rijkspostsbank at the close of the 19th century. The full 4000 square meters of space were then purchased in 1897, and an additional wing was added to the building in 1914. In 1978, the Rijkspostsbank moved office, and after initially being abandoned for five years, the building became the new home for the Sweelinck Conservatorium, originally comprised of three musical institutes.
The modernized original architecture of the Conservatorium Hotel was upgraded to feature double walls, windows and doors which served to function as acoustic spaces for musical traning, up until the Sweenlick's departure in 1998. It remained neglected until 2008, when it was finally purchased by the team at Alrov, and with their visions for the epicurean traveller, the new Conservatorium was made a reality.
The Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Center is arguably one of the most exquisite features within the hotel. It offers separate gym and spa facilities for ideal balance, mindfulness and inner harmony. The Earth lounge generates organic foods and juices for total body cleansing and replenishment. The Water spa space encompasses soothing sounds, music and aroma therapy with high quality Watsupool Hydro Treatment, which you can enjoy whilst frolicking in the pool. The Fire gym offers classes on pilates, yoga and tai chi, giving you complete freedom to create your own fitness plan for overall health and well-being during your stay at the Conservatorium.
In addition to its inclusive en-suite features, the hotel is located within the cultural hub of the Museumplein district of Amsterdam. It is within short walking distance of city transit, independent restaurants, chic cafes and the infamous high-end shopping street is parallel to the hotel's location. The Conservatorium itself hosts 6 prime retail space for independent Dutch designers and features the highest quality in brands.