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Pulitzer Amsterdam is made up of a series of interconnected Golden Age Amsterdam townhouses from the 17th and 18th centuries. The hotel sits between the iconic Prinsengracht and Keizersgracht canals, and you can even rent a private boat trip from your hotel door. It doesn’t get more authentically Dutch than this.
Inside, the decor is cozy and chic. The rooms are beautifully designed in a clean and modern style, but with beautiful old-fashioned touches like chandeliers and baroque-style furniture. It’s luxury, but with an intimate mood that will make you feel right at home.
Rooms range from Cozy, designed with the solo traveler in mind, to Family, an airy split-level option that comfortably fits four people. You can also take it up a notch with a suite, which includes a mini-kitchen and a spacious living area. Every room comes with a marble bathroom, Le Labo toiletries, a bike repair kit, and much more.
The hotel restaurant, Jansz, is upscale but unpretentious, serving delicious international dishes, and the garden cafe is a lovely place to sit back and relax at any time of the day. The Pulitzer Bar honors old-school cocktail lounges with plush seating, moody lighting, and expert mixologists serving both classic and innovative concoctions.
The location is excellent for sightseeing, with Anne Frank House just five minutes away and most other Amsterdam landmarks within walking distance. The closest gay bars are PRIK (Amsterdam's favourite gay hang-out) and Boysclub 21, both of them about 10 minutes away (do note that the latter is also a brothel).
♥ Classic Dutch art and architecture with a modern twist
♥ Great canal-side location
♥ Excellent bar, restaurant, and cafe on-site