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"Amazing Hotel in the Prinsengracht!!!"
My husband and I visited Amsterdam in April. It was the height of flower season and we had never been to Amsterdam before. We checked Trip Advisor and saw the Pulitzer. We booked our stay and it was amazing!! It is situated just a 3 min walk from the Anne Frank House on a lovely canal. The hotel is beautiful, and has so much Dutch charm. We would stay here again and again.
"The BEST in Amsterdam!"
Without a doubt, this hotel is the best choice in Amsterdam. It has an amazing location, incredible staff, amazing history and a fantastic design. What impressed me the most is the incredible attention to detail. I can't wait to go back again!
"Amsterdam's Best Kept Secret!"
This is a beautiful, elegant boutique hotel which you can't find just anywhere. This unique Dutch historical property will blow your mind. 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. 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.
"Very good hotel, pleasant service"
I stayed 3 nights with a girlfriend in April. It is a lovely hotel which consists of number of houses along the channel. Rooms are decorated with very good taste, and have beautiful views. Personnel was also very helpful with arranging activities in Amsterdam.
"Beautiful hotel that needs one or two things"
This hotel is amazing. The halls are like mazes and it is fun just to explore the winding staircases and hall ways connecting all the canal houses. The decor is warm and inviting and the staff are terrific. I would definitely stay here again, but there are a few things that I found lacking. I stayed in a large, canal view rooms (362, I think) that was beautiful and comfortable. The windows are single pane, so some people might find the noise from the street and canal a bit much if they are used to North American double or triple paned windows. If you are a city dweller, this will be less of an issue for you, but you may wish to bring ear plugs if you need absolute silence. This really only bothered me when it came to the early morning deliveries for the bar and restaurant that seemed to happen right below my room. But the canal view was lovely, with three large windows that made the room feel even bigger than it was. The design of the rooms is also really nice, but whoever made the lighting decisions seemed to forget that a lot of people want to see properly in the bathroom. If you use make up, you will find the lighting terrible. I was surprised to find no ironing board in the room. This is just standard. It may seem a trivial thing, but it was a huge annoyance. The staff at the Pulitzer are fantastic, with one exception. There is a younger, slightly puffy faced concierge who may need to re-earn his designation. He spent a good minute re-organizing a drawer before even bothering to acknowledge me, and when he did, he did so with disdain. And he stared at my boobs a good lot of the time. Fortunately, during my exchange with the young concierge, an older concierge appeared and he was tremendously gracious and helpful in providing recommendations. The bar is a fantastic space and the people working there are lovely. The restaurant is bright and sunny, but I'm not convinced of the food. I once ate in and once had room service and was disappointed both times. The fish I had in the restaurant was terribly over cooked. They need to do a bit of work there. When the fish on my KLM flight is better than my fish at the Pulitzer, that's a problem. Overall, I would stay at this hotel again and again, because it is charming and unique. It is also a great location and a lovely neighbourhood. Staying here definitely added to my visit to Amsterdam. I can't imagine I would have had the same feeling for the city if I had stayed in the Centrum. I highly recommend this hotel, but be aware that you will find a few things just a little off. Just not off enough to not make it a wonderful place to stay.
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Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 3:00 PM