Designed by the brilliant Jacu Strauss. the Pulitzer Amsterdam, a member of Preferred Hotels dates 17th and 18th centuries and is made up of 25 old historic canal homes. Located in one of Amsterdam’s hippest neighborhoods in the middle of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Pulitzer is one of the best places to stay in Amsterdam.
No two rooms are alike at the Pulitzer but every room will have you feeling like you’re staying in a local canal home with chic dutch design. I had the opportunity to stay in the Brass Founder’s House situated in canal house Keizersgracht 230, which was first owned by brass founder Volkert Jansz. The room was incredibly spacious and I especially apprecaited the strong attention to detail.
The suites are dedicated to the different forms of arts such as music, paintings, etc. I toured the Art Collector’s suite and it was nothing short of remarkable.
In the middle of the maze of glass hallways, the garden is the gem of a place to relax after a long day of sightseeing with a beautiful view of the church tower in the area.
I always love to see a city through a local’s eyes and the Pulitzer offers concierge tours and even offers a gorgeous private boat for canal tours around the city.
Surrounded by peaceful gardens, a view of the area’s church tower and casual breakfast / lunch options, Pause is the perfect place to meet or just hang out to do some light reading or get some work done.
Dutch cuisine, clean and minimal space with colorful touches, excellent staff and the loveliest entry way in the form of an old apothecary shop.
Cocktails are inspired by the Great Gatsby and each tell a story without totally giving the ingredients away.
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