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|Distance to city centre||0.9 km|
|Nearest airport||Amsterdam Schiphol|
|Distance to airport||10.7 km|
|"Nice location, very beautiful hotel."||(in 132 reviews)|
|"Great staff and great area."||(in 144 reviews)|
|"Amazing design throughout the hotel."||(in 127 reviews)|
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|bar and restaurant||in 66 reviews|
|beautiful gardens||in 16 reviews|
|beautiful hotel||in 291 reviews|
|bit small||in 34 reviews|
|breakfast||in 89 reviews|
|canal view||in 51 reviews|
|courtyard to sit||in 22 reviews|
|excellent service||in 78 reviews|
|great location||in 256 reviews|
|hotel room||in 166 reviews|
|old world charm||in 13 reviews|
|quirky layout||in 11 reviews|
|room service||in 234 reviews|
|staff were very friendly||in 284 reviews|
The buffet was the best choice.
Someone fixing my toast rather than me standing there waiting on it.
The location is perfect. The staff and the concierge were great. The bar serving breakfast until 4pm is a life saver.
They have rooms in all shapes and sizes. There is no rate difference between them so you count on luck to get a good one.
Jacu Strauss’ design for the hotel is fantastic making it interesting and very sophisticated.
Elegant, quirky and a fantastic place to stay
Comfortable bed. Good shower.
Long and painful check in. General low value for money. Doesn't feel like a high end hotel. Nothing really bad but I would not return.
Style and decor
Street noise but small issue
Amsterdam is a great place to visit, and many travelers have added it to their bucket list. If it is time to cross it off the list, they have many options when it comes to finding a hotel. One of the most secret gems in Amsterdam is the Pulitzer Amsterdam. This is located in a very hidden neighborhood of old canal houses. This hotel was built in an 18th-century canal house, so it has a lot of history to offer guests here.
There are various rooms for guests to choose from here. Each room includes WiFi, coffee and tea maker, flat-screen television with local channels, mini bar, original artwork, and antique furnishings. These rooms are pet-friendly as well. There is on-site dining for guests of the Pulitzer Amsterdam at Jansz, Pulitzer’s Bar, Pause, and private dining.
Amsterdam is an exciting place to see. Guests of the hotel can check out the Anne Frank House, the Flower Market, Dam Square, Jordaan, The Nine Streets, the Royal Palace, the Red Light District, Oude Kerk, and the Van Gogh Museum. This city is full of history, art, shopping, and food for the guests of the Pulitzer Amsterdam.
When booking a room here, it is important to know the best seasons to come. The rooms here do fill up very quickly because of the popularity of this hotel. Guests will appreciate the multi-lingual staff here that can give them an idea of the best spots to check out. Once they check in, they will soon discover the great amenities and staff this hotel offers.
based on 2,907 reviews
Things to know
- Nice building
- Professional service
- Friendly atmosphere
- Beautiful architecture
Policies vary by room type and provider.
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Most popular landmarks
- Westerkerk 199 m
- Anne Frank Huis 263 m
- Koninklijk Paleis Amsterdam 0.5 km
- Amsterdam Museum 0.6 km
- Begijnhof 0.6 km
- Nieuwe Kerk 0.6 km
About the neighbourhood
Amsterdam-Centrum is known for: city center, canal belt, red light districtMore
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|Amsterdam Schiphol||10.7 km|
|Rotterdam The Hague||55.5 km|
|Amsterdam Centraal||1.3 km|
|Amsterdam Muiderpoort||3.5 km|