HOTEL-TIP: Designhotel / Conservatorium Hotel, Amsterdam
Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam
Leave it to visionary owner Georgi Akirov to unveil a one-of-a-kind hotel following the meticulous transformation of one of Amsterdam’s most iconic buildings. Akirov appointed the award-winning Milan-based designer Piero Lissoni, who also created the interiors of the Mamilla Hotel Jerusalem, to oversee the evolution of the property and combine a classic and contemporary aesthetic with great aplomb. Lissoni sought to pay homage to the building’s history while adding his own inimitable touches such as the glass-covered atrium and ubiquitous exposed beans. The resulting property, ideally situated in the cultural heartbeat of Amsterdam, is one of the city’s most eagerly awaited arrivals.
Conservatorium Hotel Amsterdam represents Alrov Luxury Hotels’ first foray outside of Israel; however, the ethos of delivering a holistic experience is visible throughout the property. The hotel will pay tribute to the Amsterdam Conservatorium’s legacy as soothing classical music selections echo through its vaulted ceilings. Several communal dining outlets-three cafes, restaurants, and bars-will offer guests the opportunity to enjoy convivial outings and discover new local flavors and culinary talents. The 128 rooms and suites provide a respite for the weary while the Holistic Wellbeing Centre promises to replenish and refuel in the most inspired of settings. The attention to detail is nowhere more visible than in the calibre of personalized service: one that always seeks to forecast a guest’s needs and surpass expectations.
The iconic building that once housed Amsterdam’s premier music conservatorium has completed a sophisticated transformation into the city’s most unique and fashionable hotel. It combines luxury, lifestyle, and heritage with a personalized level of service that is unrivaled / via designhotels.com
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