- The Amsterdam hotel has managed to flawlessly combine traditional and historic features with contemporary design, giving the property an eclectic yet elegant feel. A perfect example of this signature style can be found in the quirky lobby, where you can admire vintage Persian rugs alongside modern art.
- At the center of the Pulitzer, you will find the inner gardens — a green oasis in the middle of Amsterdam. This peaceful hideaway is where to go when you want to relax after a long day of sightseeing in the busy city.
- Stay in one of the exceptional Collector’s Suites. Inspired by four distinct characters (an art devotee, an eccentric book lover, a composer and an antique collector), these unique accommodations have stunning design features, such as a floor-to-ceiling archway of books (Book Collector’s Suite) and a wall of trumpets (Music Collector’s Suite).
- Take a tour on the Pulitzer’s own canal boat, The Tourist. This restored salon boat from 1909 departs every afternoon from the hotel’s private dock, or you can book a private cruise complete with a floating picnic.
- The property’s exceptional concierge team can do more than just recommend a good restaurant. Book a tour with one of these knowledgeable guides to see Amsterdam through the eyes of a local.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
Amsterdam came into its own as a world renowned cultural center in the Golden Age. The arts continue to play a key role in forming the cultural identity of the city. The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra is regarded as the best in the world. Then there’s the Rijksmuseum, the Stedelijk Museum and several other world class museums. Endless galleries, countless summer festivals, stunning architecture and an ever-evolving creative industry are just the tip of Amsterdam’s creative scene.
Amsterdam is a city dominated by water and is often referred to as the “Venice of the North”. The city center consists of 90 small islands connected by more than two-hundred bridges. The 17th century canal rings were constructed in the Dutch Golden Age, and they are still the heart of social life in the city, particularly in the summer on, in or near the canals are the place to be. The easiest and most relaxing way to see Amsterdam is from the water, we’d recommend to join us on Pulitzer’s classic hotel boat.
Amsterdam has a unique energy. Its citizens adore Amsterdam and visitors are quick to fall in love with the rich history and relaxed, cosmopolitan atmosphere. Amsterdam has maintained a strong international mindset since the Golden Age and is now home to: more than 180 nationalities, a rich international food scene, and a local population who switch effortlessly to English on a daily basis.
The historic center of Amsterdam was initially designed for pedestrians, horses and boats, although you’d think it was designed for bikes. Biking is a way of life in Holland and the Amsterdammers are no exception. The city currently houses more bikes than people and has 500 kilometers of dedicated bike paths. If you want to play the local be warned, biking in Amsterdam is not for the faint hearted!
Consisting of 25 interlinking 17th- and 18th-century canal houses, Pulitzer Amsterdam offers a unique mix of Dutch history and modern craftsmanship. In 1960, Peter Pulitzer (grandson of Joseph Pulitzer, founder of the Pulitzer Prize) bought 12 houses in the center of historic Amsterdam, along the Prinsengracht and Keizersgracht canals, and connected them to create this luxurious labyrinth. Following a massive renovation in 2016, the Amsterdam hotel now has 225 plush accommodations divided among 25 canal houses as well as a two-story gym, serene inner gardens, a flower shop and a library showcasing what else but Pulitzer Prize-winning books.
Centrally located in the popular Nine Streets district and on the doorstep of the historic Jordaan neighborhood, the hotel is close to many trendy boutiques and local landmarks, such as the Royal Palace and the Anne Frank Museum. Meet quintessential Dutch elegance in an intricate maze of 25 connecting Golden Age canal houses. This hidden neighborhood 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 a unique blend of up-market, traditional and modern Dutch craftsmanship hidden amongst the city’s iconic canals.
Rooms come in all shapes and sizes, with (as ever in historical Amsterdam properties) some being on the ‘cosy’ side, though others marvellously spacious. Many have fine canal views, and all come with a potted history of whichever canal house you find yourself in. Modern art from the hotel’s collection finds its way into the rooms, too, and colour schemes are muted pastels and golden beige with luscious touches of lime, yellow and purple. The beds are gloriously comfy, bathrooms adequately sized with wickedly flattering mirrors and Le Labo Santal 33 toiletries, there’s a minibar and coffee and tea amenities… and a bicycle puncture repair kit.
Perfect for the single traveller. 15 m2 average room size. Maximum 1 person. Queen size bed.
An elegant option. 25 m2 average room size. Maximum 2 persons. Choose between King, Queen or Twin beds.
With additional space. 30 m2 average room size. Maximum 3 persons. Choose between King, Queen or Twin beds. Full breakfast included daily.
Great for kids, good value for parents. Split level room. 35 m2 average room size. Maximum 4 persons. Queen and Twin Beds. Full breakfast included daily.
A living and sleeping area with a natural flow between the two. 45 m2 average suite size. Maximum 3 people. King Size bed. Living area with sofa. Full breakfast included daily.
Our largest suites with separated rooms. 55 m2 average suite size. Maximum 3 persons. King size bed. Canal view. Living area with sofa. Full breakfast included daily.
A spacious apartment. Split level suite with separate rooms. 70 m2 average suite size. Maximum 4 persons. King and Twin Beds. Full breakfast included daily. Canal view.
Book Collector’s Suite
Only true bookworms know that some of the most fantastic adventures are just a page away. The only thing better than a good book is a room full of them.
Antique Collector’s Suite
Some people love everything shiny and new while others like to experience the new while surrounded by mementos of the past.
Art Collector’s Suite
Imagination is an art and art is in your imagination. Surround yourself with beautiful things and by that, we mean art.
Music Collector’s Suite
Every adventure needs a soundtrack. Some people collect experiences others collect melodies.
Romantics are a dying breed, Mr Pulitzer was one of them. In love with love itself this suite is a tribute to lovers the world over.
Restaurant Jansz. ambles through a series of rooms, simply decorated with plain wood floors, grey wainscots and bentwood chairs. The cuisine ranges from top-class takes on everyday basics, such as juicy burgers and Caesar salad, through robust grub, big on flavour – rich lobster risotto, or lamb with ratatouille – to subtle dishes, with quiet surprises (roast cauliflower and wild mushrooms, with hidden flavours of lemon and sweet pine nuts; or perfectly cooked salmon with black rice gently infused with dashi, and a tang of lime leaf. Breakfast here is a magnificent spread of locally sourced products, as well as classic egg dishes, inventive omelettes and pancakes, while in Pause lobby bar, which spills out into a garden courtyard in good weather, there’s an all-day breakfast (acai and poke bowls, tiered plates of breads meats and cheeses) as well as light meals. Pulitzer’s Bar is a city institution, done up in gentlemen’s club style, and serving good wines and classic cocktails.
Pause at Pulitzer
Recharge with sights on the soothing gardens or unwind on the outside terrace, surrounded by the striking canal houses. A gem, hiding in plain sight and a leafy oasis of tranquility for anyone who needs to pause. The friendly breakfast, morning coffees, light dishes, a great glass of wine, all taken in or out; Pause is the kind of place you want to keep to yourself… but can’t.
Jansz. is an effortless yet upscale all-day dining restaurant that respects the simplicity of quality ingredients. Beautifully crafted modern classics get an easygoing Dutch attitude while international flavors excite and amaze in the most humble way. A new old world of simple elegance, is closer than you think.
Voted Best Hotel Bar in Amsterdam in 2019, Pulitzer’s Bar is a timeless classic. The kind of place where the glasses weigh more than your shoes and sitting on the leather lounges feels like a really good man-hug. Sip on classic cocktails and the finest beverages while enjoying views over the canals.
Looking to dine with a group? Whether entertaining business colleagues or hosting a dinner party with friends, our historic private dining rooms offer an elegant and comfortable setting for any occasion.
There is a strong team of concierges with Amsterdam at their fingertips, as well as a good-sized gym, a series of peaceful garden courtyards, where birdsong mingles with the carillon from the Westertoren. The Pulitzer has one of the most beautiful salon boats in town: a 1920s mahogany vessel, aboard which you can take an afternoon tour of the canals.
Work out at the 24-hour gym or take it easy by strolling the hotel’s beautiful gardens.