Pulitzer Amsterdam5.0 out of 5.0
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I stayed here on business. This is a beautiful hotel, full of charm and character. I was given an upgrade on my room - and stayed in a suite. It was well equipped, tastefully furnished and very comfortable - and with a lovely canal view. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Check-in was swift and efficient. I had breakfast in Jansz restaurant - everything was fresh and well presented. All in, an excellent hotel for business or leisure; I would highly recommend.
Although technically just outside the Jordaan neighborhood, it is within walking distance, as well as the Anne Frank House. It is a wonderful hotel, with full amenities. I think the check-in process was a bit confusing (limited open desks with a lot of people in a small lobby area), but the rooms are idiosyncratic and full of character. Ours had a canal view. It might be a bit loud for the very light sleeper, but we didn't have any problem. The restaurant and bar are nice, as well. The staff are helpful and accommodating. A great choice if staying in Amsterdam!
Pulitzer Amsterdam is situated along the canal Prisengracht and consists of many old houses, renovated into a very smart and cosy hotel and restaurant. The service is efficient and friendly. The rooms are smallish but very well equipped.
Room was great overlooking the canal. Room was wonderfully decorated. Staff was great. One of the best free breakfasts I've ever had. Location was great within walking distance to restaurants and Anne Frank house.
The decoration of the hotel is really cool. The rooms are spacious compared to other ones here in Amsterdam. We stayed at a room opening to a garden. The food we ordered in was delicious. We will be back.
Clean room, pleasant ambiance, good wifi, fine shower, but what really stands out are the location and the service. Desk staff very helpful with recommendations for guides, dining, and directions. No long line at the concierge-- any member of the staff will provide assistance, and Pulitzer offers ample staff. Location is a block from a tram stop and 2 1/2 blocks from Anne Frank house. Our room was quiet for being in the midst of the city, with the prominent sound being the periodic ringing of bells mentioned in Anne Frank's diary. Breakfast buffet and service were outstanding, with many choices-- much fresh fruit, pastries, charcuterie, cereals warm and cold, eggs-- all items constantly refreshed. Plenty of places to sit in lobby, and a coffee and tea bar if you want to grab a cup. This hotel is on canals where locals live, with pleasant strolls over nearby bridges. Plenty of fine restaurants withing walking distance. Pulitzer was not built as a hotel, but rather is composed of former canal homes. It is not a generic chain, nor in the midst of the tourist packed areas with signs in English touting "Real Dutch Pancakes," or noisy boat stops. The front door is accessible by car. The views of the canals, and the configuration of the rooms remind you you are in Amsterdam. You will see guests of all nationalities. Pulitzer has elevators and baggage assistance. If, however, you have mobility issues, you might not want to stay upstairs as getting to most rooms requires going up or down 3-4 stairs, because the original homes' floors were not on the same levels. I usually try a new hotel on my visits to a city, but I have stayed at Pulitzer twice in the past two years. I highly recommend it.
I recently hosted a dinner here for a number of important business guests (18 in total) It was important for us to find a venue that was unique and therefore stand out from countless other dinners they would have attended. The Pulitzer didn't disappoint in any department. Staff were helpful and attentive throughout from Ruby who took the booking and organised to Roel who managed the dinner on the evening. As for the Hotel the Copper Attic/Copper Lounge were the perfect venue for drinks reception followed by dinner, the food was also good especially for the price paid. Overall I would thoroughly recommend this Hotel for this sort of function and look forward to going back.
Is so worth it the price for what u get the food is amazing every day the had little surprises for u as a guess oustanding service and people really kind and friendly is in such a privilege location, u can do everything by walking, the food at the hotel is delicious price versus gat u get is so in balance for what u paid.
We did not have a view but who needs to stay in the hotel if you're there to see the city? It's steps from the Anne Frank House and walkable to many of the main portions of the city. Not the Ritz but a real gem. As a bonus a small health club, restaurant (worth a try), and beautiful courtyard.
We stayed at the Pulitzer Hotel for 3 nights; I wish it had been longer. It is such an interesting building. It is actually several houses which are joined so it truly is unique. Our room was quite spacious, especially from what I have seen of European hotels. It is a wonderful hotel. The staff was awesome, especially the concierge department. We specifically had dealings with Ron Stoevelaar and Jasper Dondorp. They couldn't have been nicer or more helpful. Although I know they were incredibly busy, they took their time in helping us. We didn't think we had a chance to see the Anne Frank House, which is a block away, and they both really went out of their way to get us 7 tickets. It was unbelievable. We were so very impressed with their thoughtfulness and hard work on our part. We had another situation in which they helped us out and were very honest in doing so when we really would never have known any differently. We did not have a car, but I imagine parking might be a problem. The desk staff was very patient and helpful as were the servers in the bar/restaurant. If we go to back to Amsterdam, I would definitely stay there again, and I can't recommend it enough.
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81% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 751 reviews