Suitably located on Museumsplein and home of the former Sweelinck Conservatory of Music, the neo-Gothic building has recently been transformed into a luxury lifestyle hotel. The historical fabric is now part of a sophisticated interior concept created by Piero Lissoni. Clear lines, sublime colours and materials as well as a mix of modernist and contemporary elements characterize the award-winning Italian designer. 129 rooms and suites are dispersed on the eight floors of the landmark building, each characterized by particular furnishing or decorative details. The public spaces contribute likewise to this high-class 21st century ambiance. Generous windows showcase a signature transparent bar and a folded steel staircase among other impressive interior details. Art arrangements, musical motifs and contemporary configurations of classic Dutch paintings adorn the spaces.