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Enjoy true hospitality in one of Maastricht’s unique hotels

Room in the Chateau St. Gerlach
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Whether you like to experience the southern Dutch hospitality in a small boutique hotel or bed and breakfast, or you prefer to stay in a more classy upscale hotel, there is something for every taste and budget in Maastricht.

Four-star hotels

Conveniently located by the train station is the reasonably priced Amrath Grand Hotel de l’Empereur in an authentic 1902 Jugendstil building.

Hotel-restaurant Beaumont, presently run by the 3rd generation of the Beaumont family, celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2012. Like the Amrath Hotel, it’s housed in a landmark building, located in the elegant Wyck District in downtown Maastricht. Its restaurant, which commits to using organic and local produce, is a member of Maastricht Culinair, a partnership of the finest restaurants in Maastricht.

Also conveniently located in the vicinity of the attractive shops and lovely outdoor cafes in the centre of Maastricht, a 15th century monastery and Gothic church have been converted into the unique design hotel, Kruisherenhotel Maastricht.

Another not quite so old building in the centre of Maastricht that has been transformed into a hotel is Maastricht’s very first movie-theatre, which dates from 1930. Since 1997 this building houses the cozy City Centre Hotel Mabi.

And then there’s the stunning Chateau St. Gerlach, at 10 Kms from the centre of Maastricht . This hotel, right in the middle of the Ingendael Wildlife Reserve, is a destination in itself, with two restaurants and a bar/lounge, a Roman swimming pool with sauna and Turkish steam bath, a Spa, a rose garden and a 7-ha monastery park. It has a variety of high standard rooms, including apartment suites, as well as several meeting and banquet rooms. The hotel offers a shuttle service to Maastricht.

Three-star hotels

The small, romantic Hotel Botticelli, also in the centre of Maastricht, will make you feel like you’re in Italy, with its Renaissance furniture and paintwork in the style of Sandro Botticelli. It has a lovely picturesque inner courtyard with patio.

Another small stylish hotel is Hotel d’Orangerie, again in bustling downtown Maastricht. Its quiet garden patio is a great place to enjoy your breakfast on a warm day.

The trendy Townhouse Hotel Maastricht is a reasonably priced, modern, fun hotel that opened its doors in 2009.

An enjoyable stay in one of its many unique hotels will be the icing on the cake of all that Maastricht has to offer.