Discover Amsterdam’s historic hotspots and get to know all the mysteries of the metropolis
Spreading across 25 townhouses that date back to the 17th century, the iconic Pulitzer hotel is a delightful maze of stairs and passages, inner gardens and canal views.
Much of the period detail of the houses has been preserved, but overlaid with warm, modern styling. Muted colour schemes predominate, enlivened by fresh, zesty fabrics and cushions, and pieces from the hotel’s extensive collection of contemporary art.
A total of 225 rooms and suites come in all shapes and sizes, many featuring original beams and select antiques, and all boasting exceptional beds.
Ideally located within the UNESCO-protected central canal belt, the ideal way to get one’s bearings is to take a tour in the hotel’s vintage 1909 boat. The Anne Frank House is less than five minutes walk away and the Van Gogh museum one mile away. For those who have already seen Amsterdam’s top attractions, the team of concierges are on hand to unlock the secrets of the city and share its hidden treasures.