This is a beautiful, elegant boutique hotel which you can’t find just anywhere. This unique Dutch historical property will blow your mind.
Meet quintessential Dutch elegance in an intricate maze of 25 connecting Golden Age canal houses. After a full renovation, which completed in 2016, this hidden neighborhood now features: intimate guest rooms, tranquil inner gardens, meeting & event spaces, a garden café, a hotel bar and a restaurant that serves simple yet beautifully crafted dishes.
The Pulitzer is indeed a unique blend of up-market, traditional and modern Dutch craftsmanship hidden amongst the city’s iconic canals. Located in the centre of Amsterdam central, near anywhere you want to go in the heart of Amsterdam. Then return to the Pulitzer, relax and enjoy the hotel’s facilities.
A stay at the Pulitzer is a historical discovery with a long and illustrious heritage dating back to the Golden Age. The hotel is set within twenty-five restored 17th and 18th century houses that once set the scene for prosperous business deals between trade merchants and played home to the decadent and flamboyant lives of Dutch aristocrats.
Elegance in the heart of Amsterdam and an ode to Dutch culture: Hotel Pulitzer Amsterdam is unlike any other. The hotel is set within 25 restored 17th and 18th century canal houses, in one of Amsterdam’s chicest neighborhoods. Overlooking two romantic canals and in the middle of a UNESCO World Heritage site, the hotel is designed to surprise the imagination.
It has more than 200 rooms from 25 original houses connected to each other around four canals. I can’t tell you how much I love the Pulitzer’s rooms and attention to detail. Each room has a unique interior design and marvellous vignette furniture.
Every corner of the hotel is photogenic including the very big yet exclusive inner gardens with a restaurant and cafe.
Try the best macaroon I ever tasted at the Pause Cafe! There is an excellent buffet breakfast at the Jansz Restaurant with excellent service.
Prinsengracht 315 – 331, 1016 GZ Amsterdam, The Netherlands
T:+31 (0)20 5235235
F:+31 (0)20 6276753