Located in the heart of the city, on the Prinsengracht and Keizersgracht, Hotel Pulitzer is the perfect location for visitors to discover the charm, culture and quirkiness Amsterdam has to offer. Guests stay in a collection of 25 connecting Golden Age canal houses with intimate rooms, a tranquil inner garden, meeting & events space, as well as a restaurant and bar that showcase local tastes and produce.
The hotel has completed the first phase of the renovation with a complete refurbishment of the bar, restaurant and meeting rooms, as well as the renovation of 80 rooms in one wing (Keizersgracht side).
Taking his cues from the storied past of the buildings, the hotel’s creative director Jacu Strauss parlays his years as Tom Dixon’s senior designer to incorporate original canal house elements such as ceiling beams and fireplaces mixed with vintage writer’s desks, headboards that reflect the gables of the canal houses, Persian rugs and crystal bead chandeliers, and modern pieces by local designers such as Anouk Beerents and Piet Hein Eek. ‘Each canal house has its own story to tell,’ he says.
The second phase will then start, with the next wing (Prinsengracht side) of the hotel being renovated until the Autumn 2016.
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