Award-Worthy in Amsterdam

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Pulitzer Amsterdam’s 592-square-foot Classic Suite offers canal views.

Pulitzer Amsterdam’s 592-square-foot Classic Suite offers canal views.

The Pulitzer Amsterdam has created a lot of buzz since it opened last month, and we think that chatter is well deserved. Those looking to book a stay should consider the top accommodations, the Collector Suites. Each feels like a private apartment that’s designed for the owner’s individual passion, including the art collector, the music composer, the book reader and the antique aficionado. These suites also have a private entrance to the Keizersgracht Canal, adding to that pied-à-terre feel. If the Collector Suites are already booked, don’t worry, since the hotel is made up of 25 canal house buildings, every room has individuality and a unique flair. We also hear the best views are on the third floor of the hotel on the Keizersgracht Canal side.

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True to its name, Pulitzer Amsterdam has a library in the lobby that has a collection of Pulitzer Prize-winning books, dating back to 1918. This is the secret spot to curl up in a leather wingback chair and enjoy some late afternoon reading. For more history, just step outside. The hotel is located in Amsterdam’s historic city center. It’s just a quick jaunt to the Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Anne Frank House. Remember, before you head out, ask guest relations to have your favorite beverage waiting in your room, upon your return. To book a VIP stay, contact Inge Koekkoek ([email protected]). 

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