After three years of remodelling, the Pulitzer Amsterdam recently reopened, revealing a revamped lobby, internal garden and gym as well as 145 new rooms and suites. The most visionary of the accommodation options are the four Collector’s Suites and the Pulitzer Suite, each featuring a private canal-facing street entrance. Each Collector’s Suite is individually styled. An archway of stacked books line the doorway in the Book Collector’s Suite while the sitting room offers guests their own private library.
The Antique Collector’s Suite is filled with vintage pieces collected from local markets. The antiques in the suite are reflected in assorted mirrors adorning the walls. The Art Collector’s Suite fittingly displays a series of specially commissioned pieces, most notable is Thierry de Cromieres’ Hals Brunch, a modern interpretation of the Last Supper. Also within is a colourful bar cart and golden chair in the shape of a hand.
The Music Collector’s Suite welcomes those who are ready for rhythm and features a trumpet-lined wall and a vintage record player for guests to create their own soundtracks. The Pulitzer Suite is styled differently to the Collector’s Suites, and is designed with romance in mind. A highlight of the suite is a freestanding bath on marble flooring.
Nestled between the Prinsengracht and Keizersgracht canals, Pulitzer Amsterdam is in a prime location for those looking to explore the city’s rich history. The hotel is a brief walk from the Anne Frank House, Van Gogh Museum, Royal Palace of Amsterdam and other attractions.