The elegant luxury of the Conservatorium’s new design has been achieved while respecting the old spirit of this famous building. It was conceived in partnership with Piero Lissoni, leading architect and interior designer from Italy.
In an experience of exceptional hospitality, which combines world-class quality with authentic Amsterdam life, the Conservatorium is a boutique hotel offering exclusive dining and bar venues as well as superb events and banqueting spaces. The hotel features 129 rooms and suites and there is an Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre.
The Conservatorium is ideally located in the heart of the city’s major museum square (Museumplein) and the Royal Concertgebouw (Royal Concerthall). It is close to the designer-fashion district of P.C. Hooftstraat and Van Baerlestraat, with unrivalled access to all of the capital’s cultural destinations including the Rijksmuseum, the Stedelijk Museum and the Van Gogh Museum.
The Conservatorium is part of a wider renewal of this world-famous cultural hub in Amsterdam’s Oud Zuid (Old South), The opening of the hotel in 2011 coincided with the long-awaited re-opening of the refurbished Stedelijk Museum, while the renovation of the Rijksmuseum’s is nearing completion.
The hotel is perfectly placed for the city’s shops, restaurants and cafés, or a wander in the nearby Vondelpark. It is also just a short stroll from the charming lanes of the Jordaan neighbourhood. The famous 17th-century gabled houses dotting the grand canals of the Dutch Golden Age as well as the bustling business and design quarters nearby are within easy reach on foot or by bike.
Directions to Hotel
The Conservatorium car service includes a welcome in the arrival hall of Schiphol Airport.
Bus number 197 leaves the Airport next to the taxi stand and stops at the Museumplein, a three-minute walk to the hotel.
Take the train to Amsterdam Zuid Station and then the tram number 5 direction Central Station, which stops in front of the hotel (Van Baerlestraat stop). This transfer time is approximately 35 to 40 minutes. Alternatively take the train to Amsterdam Central Station and then tram number 2 or 5, which stop in front of the hotel entrance on the Paulus Potter Street 50 (Van Gogh Museum stop). This transfer will take approximately 45 to 50 minutes.