Take a break in front of two of Amsterdam’s most famous canals. Our space is a five-minute walk from the Anne Frank House and little else from the Royal Palace on the Dam. In a 10-minute walk you can reach the center of the Negen Straatjes shopping area. Museumplein can be reached in 10 minutes by tram.
Peter Pulitzer was the man behind the idea of creating a hotel from 10 neighboring houses. Currently, Hotel Pulitzer consists of 25 buildings. The hotel is a breathtaking maze of stairs and open spaces. The walls are decorated with graphics and paintings representing the contemporary art trend from the hotel’s collection. The building is kept in subdued colors and accents referring to the past of Amsterdam.
324 euro is a price per day
The rooms are varied, some of them cozy and others spacious with great views. Modern art is also noticeable in the design of the rooms. The colors of the rooms are in the colors of pastels and golden beige with accents of lime, yellow and purple. The beds are very comfortable and the bathrooms are equipped with large mirrors. In addition, you will be able to make coffee and tea.
The staff is welcoming but not overly effusive but not overly effusive. You will have access to the gym and gardens. At Pulitzer, you’ll see one of the most beautiful boats in the city: a 1920s mahogany ship.