Pulitzer Amsterdam to reopen after refurbishment

The iconic Pulitzer Amsterdam hotel has completed an extensive renovation, and will officially reopen on 15 August.

Pulitzer Amsterdam to reopen after refurbishment
Pulitzer Amsterdam to reopen after refurbishment

The re-opening will see the unveiling of areas including the main entrance and lobby, the inner gardens, a two-storey gym, as well as a further 145 rooms and suites, taking the total to 225.


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The property is also home to nine venues for meetings and events, including The Garden Room, which can accommodate up to 150 guest and the Saxenburg Room, a grand salon which can hold up to 75 guests. There are also a series of rooms available for smaller events, while guests looking for a larger space can use the nearby 17th century Wester Church, which provides a unique venue for up to 1,000 guests.

Alexander van Gastel, general manager of Pulitzer Amsterdam, said: "We are excited to reveal our complete offering and once again fully re-open for business. I am so proud of the dedication from all involved to bring this together, delivering our vision above and beyond."

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