Hotel Kasteel Bloemendal was one of the very best hotels we've ever stayed in. An old convent / monastery it has been painstakingly renovated and modernised. It has such a beautiful blend of both original or traditional decorations, furniture and effects along with more modern ones. It is a tribute to the decorators. The gardens were beautiful - either to just look out on or to wander through or sit in. There are fountains, birds and squirrels. Absolutely lovely.
The double comfort room was a good size with a lovely, small balcony over-looking the driveway and gardens. The bathroom was huge with a bath as well as walk-in shower and a separate toilet. The room even had a lovely, old style arm chair.
The dining room was immaculately decorated as if from an 19th century ballroom with amazing views over the patio and gardens. It was a pleasure eating in here. The food, too, was exceptional. Both dinner and breakfast served extremely high quality food.
Traveller from Sydney, Australia
Situated in a rural location, this eco-friendly hotel is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Vaals Labyrinth and 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from …More
"A great fun hotel! Very unusual industrial decor."
We enjoyed our stay in this unique hotel. Staff were helpful and friendly, bed was great, with an excellent mattress.
The location was 10 out of 10! We would definitely go back.
The decor is industrial chic, really well done, and honours the site of the original factory.
It was fun to share a space with students.
The only suggestion we have is to put some crockery and cutlery in the room, for fruit, coffee, etc. drinking coffee out of a glass is not good. And maybe a microwave oven?
Thank you for a great stay! And hopefully we'll be back!
Traveller from australia
Located in Boschstraatkwartier, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Stadhuis and Market. St. Servaas Church and Basilica …More
Amazing location, beautiful rooms, friendly staff. Went hiking and then did an underground bikeride in a morel cave. Spa was a bliss. Food in the bistro/restaurant is also excellent, but a bit expensive.
This family-friendly Valkenburg aan de Geul hotel is located in a regional park, within 2 mi (3 km) of De Valkenier Amusement …More
Staff absolutely charming and attentive. First room wasn’t great, quite dark and pooky however on hearing we weren’t 100% happy we were found and asked if we’d like to move rooms.. staff took care of the move whilst we eat a delicious dinner. Second room much better.
In all a fabulous stay. Highly recommend.
Traveller from london
Situated in the historical district, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Maastricht University, St. Servaas …More
"Great hotel and customer service at the Leonardo!"
The hotel is top of the line and the English speaking staff were extremely helpful! We enjoyed our stay at the Leonardo. One little concern, we asked for a non-smoking room, we were in a room that had lingering nicotine oder! We booked late and were able to reserve one of two rooms left. This is likely why we were not able to get a non-smoking room. We notified the staff and they sprayed the room to minimize the smoke smell. I recommend the Leonardo! We will be staying there again in the future, but we will book early, not the day before!
Traveller from New Mexico originally, now living in the Netherlan
Situated in Aachen, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of New Tivoli Stadium, Carolus Thermen Bad Aachen, and CHIO Stadium …More
We stayed there 3 nights in September, 2017. We found the hotel to be well kept and the staff to be quite friendly and helpful. It would be good if there were more tourist information available (better map, bus routes) but then, as a whole Maastricht is not too touristy (yet). We had some trouble with the AC controls; the key turned out to be to set the fan to bring in outside air than recirculating room air. The hotel's restaurant offers a relatively small selection of dishes, but all three we tried were excellent and reasonably priced.
Traveller from California
Located in Wijck, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Centre Ceramique, Bonnefanten Museum, and Basilica of Our Lady …More
The city of Kerkrade straddles the border of the Netherlands and Germany. Split in the middle under the terms of the Vienna Congress, its historical counterpart, Herzogenrath, is on the German side. Easily seen by bicycle, the city houses interesting sites such as Ernestein Castle, built in the 14th century, and Gaia Park, the zoo voted the most beautiful in the Benelux.