As every house on the canal in Amsterdam has a story, the Pulitzer Amsterdam is rooted in history with more than two dozen historic structures telling the tale of four centuries along the city's fabled waterways. After a 16-month renovation, the hotel —a maze of 17th- and 18th-century houses along the Prinsengracht and Keizersgracht canals — continues to carry on its' history, from it's lobby adorned with antique oil paintings to its Dutch restaurant accessed through an old apothecary shop. The Pulitzer Amsterdam brings together the luxury and class of the golden age of the city with modern and thoughtful amenities. Each of the 225 spacious guest rooms is unique, featuring classic fixtures with contemporary furnishings and textiles. For guests in search of a good story, the Book Collector's suite includes its own private entrance from the canal-side walkway, a library stocked with vintage books, and plenty of nooks to enjoy a few selections.