Quintessential Dutch Elegance
Stretching through 25 connecting 17th & 18th century canal houses, Pulitzer Amsterdam is a unique blend of traditional and modern Dutch craftmanship hidden amongst the city’s iconic canals. Inspired by the rich history of the Golden Age canal houses in which the hotel is housed, the décor is modern and comfortable but unmistakably Dutch, making you feel at the same time at home and immersed in the city's culture.
With canal houses originally constructed in the 17th and 18th centuries, a stay at Pulitzer Amsterdam is a historical discovery of a long and illustrious heritage dating back to the Golden Age.
Following a complete redesign led by Jacu Strauss, the design of Pulitzer Amsterdam is inspired by the illustrious history of the buildings and those who occupied them throughout the past 400 years starting in the Dutch Golden Age through to the 1900's mid-century.
Centrally located, Pulitzer Amsterdam overlooks the picturesque waters of Amsterdam's historic central canal belt that has been the centre of the city’s social and cultural life for centuries. The canal hotel sits in the heart of the city's UNESCO world heritage site.
Although our buildings date to the Dutch Golden Age, Pulitzer Amsterdam offers a thoroughly modern hotel stay. Discover our services and hotel amenities that will ensure your time in the city centre of Amsterdam is as comfortable as that in your own home.
Please note that from January until March our lobby will be undergoing some enhancement works, and the temporary entrance will be located in our historic Saxenburg House on Keizersgracht 224. We appreciate your understanding and look forward to welcoming you.