hopefully you have a wonderful Christmas time and you know what I means when I talk about a hotel twice. Thanks to my wonderful job I have the chance to see many hotels. It can be exhausting to stay more in hotels than at home. Also I never want to take amazing places for grandeed but many hotels are just “ok”. If so I don’t write about them or tell you my opinion in my IG Stories. But when I visit a hotel twice like The Pulitzer Amsterdam it has to be a magical place. Also there is so much more to say about this Hotel then I did in my first blogpost:
The Pulitzer Amsterdam has a special history of its own due to the fact that its building is a fusion of 25 houses from the 17th and 18thcentury which have been restored. Centuries ago the houses were homes and business locations for aristocrats and trade merchants. Now it welcomes guests from around the world to stay at the historic hotel and explore the multiple sights Amsterdam has to offer. Located right at Amsterdam’s famous canal belt and being in the middle of the Nine Streets Neighborhood, the hotel is within a stone’s throw of many well-known sights. So many amazing photo spots and also sights like the Anne Frank’s House can be reached in 0.1 miles, the Royal Palace in 0.2 and the flower Market in 0.5 miles just to name a few. However, the Nine Streets district itself is an ideal place to start your sightseeing trip since it is filled with great restaurants, cute cafes where you can take a break and many shops to shop in. Just around the corner you finde one of my fave places which is the café Pluk. More unicorn cupcakes, tasty rainbow bowls and more vegan food is waiting.
If you need some help on what to see in the city the hotel offers walking tours led by a concierge. They will show you their favorite spots and food locations. Or just rent one of the Pulitzer bikes! Whether you a fancy an elegant dinner or a great cocktail, you can also find it at the hotel’s own restaurants and bar. The “Pulitzer”, the “Jansz” (also this is the place where the best breakfast will be served) and the “Pulitzer’s Bar” will delight you with international and typically Dutch cuisine and fine drinks. Try a Drink form their “Mord in the Orient Express” menu. I love The Maid with tasty Gin.
After a long day you can relax in one of the rooms or suites at the Pulitzer Amsterdam. Due to the merging of 25 houses into one hotel, every room is unique and can be chosen with guaranteed canal views. So no matter which room you book it will have a similar view than the one you love from my pictures.