Pulitzer Amsterdam

Prinsengracht 315 - 331, Amsterdam, 1016 GZ

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Overview

This luxury hotel stretching across 25 canal houses reopened in 2016 with a complete refurbishment. Originally run by the Pulitzer family, the property is extremely family friendly, providing 16 connecting rooms to accommodate families of all sizes. In addition, the hotel features family rooms and suites that comfortably fit four with a king bed and two twin beds. Suites also provide an additional bathroom and dining areas for families to enjoy. Guests of the hotel receive complimentary breakfast, activity books for toddlers and kids, travel diaries for teens, natural skincare products for babies, and entrance into the 13,000-foot Pause at Pulitzer park-like hideaway with a giant swing and wooden rocking horses, as well as a garden in which to play. The guests relations team at the property can also provide unique child-friendly experiences and tours. Baby baths, monitors, bottle heaters, Xboxes, board games and nanny services are also available upon request. The property of 17th and 18th century canal houses features 225 guest rooms and onsite dining at the canal-front Jansz restaurant, which features a children’s menu with healthy choices.

Our Editor Loves

  • Family rooms and suites
  • Kid amenities
  • Garden and play area

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Connecting Rooms
  • Cribs
  • Family Room 5+
  • Free Breakfast
  • Onsite Dining

Reviews

Pleasant stay in Amsterdam

by AnalyticalChemist

My wife traveled with me on this business trip. We stayed 7 nights at the Pulitzer Hotel in Amsterdam. This is our 7th time together at the Pulitzer. The Hotel has several big location benefits: near shops, numerous cafes and restaurants, and convenience to museums. The building is old but the renovations of the hotel are kept up. The Hotel is a very good value for price. The Hotel has spacious rooms that are often oddly arranged but functional. I must complement the super staff, and nice breakfast. The Dutch (Pulitzer) do some odd things: like decorating the rooms with a lot of nicknacks like an extensive assortment of wine and bar accessories. They removed them upon our request to give more room for our stuff for our 7 day stay. They also brought into our room shelves for extra storage. On this latest trip I splurged and paid the extra $$ for an upgraded room: ANTIQUE COLLECTOR’s SUITE. This sure made our stay SPECIAL! Our next stay in Amsterdam will definitely be at the Pulitzer.

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by worldtraveller1968

tried the pulitzer again and again was not happy with what you get for your money nice hotel but the old pulitzer had its act together now not sure i ll try again out of loyalty but dissapointed,still a interior design icon but service and quality including ensuring a good night sleep would be a benefit!!!

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