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What people say

"Pricey! But you do get what you pay for. First Class Service and great dining. You have to be a guest to dine at the cafe. But there is a restaurant accessible through the courtyard. The hotel is made up of a series of converted fine homes along the Prinsengracht canal. Book a canal view room for the best experience. Note that during August the Pride parade passes by right outside. This makes coming and going somewhat challenging. Especially if arriving by car or taxi. If the Pride parade is why you came, for a few hundred euros you can board the hotel’s private dock for the event. I think that fee includes your booze? There is also a televised classical music concert in August right out in front of the hotel that makes for a week of workmen banging away setting up. It’s a big production. A stage is built on the canal directly in front of the restaurant. The concert itself is fantastic. "
"A unique hotel in the middle of bustling Jordaan. The hotel is made up of an entire city block of houses acquired through the years - Pulitzer bar is my ultimate favorite hotel bar with a huge courtyard for drinks/lunch/dinner. Speakeasy bar for cocktails as well. Make a reservation for the outdoor seating and PERFECT for a sunny, long lunch "
"The Pulitzer has a unique feeling to it. With its beautiful and secluded inner courtyard, you can be in the heart of Amsterdam yet away from the hustle and bustle. Step outside the door and right onto the Prinsengracht, right in the heart of the city and within walking distance of pretty much any destination. "

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