Recommended hotels in Maastricht
From$105Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 1 Opinions
This attractive hotel is located about 1.5 km from the famous city centre of Maastricht and the Maastricht Exhibition and Congress Centre (MECC). Located at the heart of Limburg's green countryside, the hotel is surrounded by numerous wonderful parks, and is situated within the historic triangle of Aachen, Liege, and Maastricht, and is therefore easily accessible by either car or public transport, which can be found in a few moments' walk (c. 300 m). It is also about 300 m to the railway station, while shops, restaurants, bars, pubs, and nightclubs are all to be found 1.5 km away in the city centre. Maastricht airport lies some 9 km from the hotel.The hotel comprises a total of 166 rooms set over 7 floors. Guests are welcomed in the spacious foyer with 24-hour reception desk, a safe and lifts. Facilities on offer include a TV room, a café, and a smart restaurant, as well as well as a conference room suitable for both meetings and parties, and public Internet access. Room and laundry services as well as medical assistance round off the facilities on offer. Bicycle storage facilities are also on hand, and younger guests may let off steam in the play area. The hotel has parking spaces for more than 200 cars, and also offers a 24-hour shuttle service.The comfortable rooms include an en suite bathroom with hairdryer. Additional facilities include a direct dial telephone, a radio, satellite/ cable TV, a radio and an Internet connection. A fridge, a king-size bed, tiling, central heating, and a hire safe are also provided in all of the carpeted accommodation units as standard.Sports enthusiasts may enjoy a workout in the gym.See more
From$127Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 18 Opinions
This charming hotel is located in a suburb of Maastricht, lying just a few minutes' driving distance from the city centre. The hotel offers guests a great setting from which to explore the delights that the area has to offer. This modern hotel extends a warm welcome to guests upon arrival. The guest rooms are elegantly appointed, featuring a style of classical beauty and charm. The rooms come well equipped with modern amenities, for added comfort and convenience. Guests can enjoy an energetic workout in the gym, followed by relaxation in the sauna. This hotel is a great option for business and leisure travellers alike.See more
This hotel is located on the slightly outside the centre of Maastricht. The casino, the Bonnefanten Museum, the grotto of St. Pieter as well as the stunning landscape are all to be found in the vicinity. The MECC congress centre is also located nearby as well as the A2-E25 motorway enabling easy connections.The hotel comprises comfortable rooms.Culinary highlights include a cosy bar and an excellent restaurant with a terrace. Breakfast may be selected from a buffet each morning.See more
Hotel Beaumont is located in the elegant district of Wyck, in the centre of Maastricht. The hotel's interior, by the British architect David Chipperfield, is modern while at the same time maintaining the building's typical features and respecting its history. One example of this is the use of minimalist decor in rooms with original ceiling features.Under the inspiring leadership of three generations, including the current owner, Harrie Beaumont, the family business has grown into a modern hotel with 126 rooms, a number of conference and banquet rooms, and Harry's restaurant.See more
Information about Maastricht
Maastricht is a town in the Netherlands, set on both banks of the Meuse River. It is the capital of the province of Limburg.
One of the town's great attractions is the main square, which is where the town's 16th-century basilica, dedicated to St Servatius, is found.
Maastricht gained fame when, in the 1990s, the Treaty on European Union was signed here and so it is often given the name of the town, and called the Maastricht Treaty.
One of the city's finest architectural monuments is the Saint Servatius bridge. This important bridge is the oldest in the Netherlands, dating from the 12th century. As an important river crossing, it initially gave the town the prosperity that it still has.
If you enjoy cultural and artistic activities then some good places to see are: the Bonnefanten Museum, which has an excellent archaeological collection; the Natural History Museum; and the old residence of the Dukes of Brabant, known as the Spaans Gouvernement Museum.
You can also see the city walls, sections of which date back to 1229, including the city entrance known as the ""Gate of Hell"" or Helpoort. It is a lovely, leafy area that is ideal for a stroll.