Originally built in 1897, Amsterdam's Conservatorium Hotel has lived many lives, including that of a bank and music conservatory, before becoming the architectural masterpiece you see today. Now, it exists as a hub for all in the city's cultural centre that blends the then and the now, surrounded by museums and cultural hotspots. The true 'living room of Amsterdam'.
Built in 1897 and originally the home of a bank, the building became the Sweelinck Conservatorium in the 1980s
Taiko Cuisine & Bar, the Brasserie, and In-Room Dining
126 guestrooms and suites; 3 signature suites
Spa, Pool, Fitness Center, Meeting & Private Events Spaces, Van Baerle Shopping Gallery
The living room of Amsterdam. Culturally empowered, as historical features and elegant modernity meet, envisioned by Piero Lissoni.
Discover one of the best hotels in Amsterdam’s city centre and everything it has to offer with our exclusive packages. Discover the unique aura of the Conservatorium with extended stays, suite packages, spa escapes and dining offers.
“Great things are done by a series of small things brought together.”