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
NH Maastricht is an affordable but elegant hotel situated outside the town center, and right next door to the MECC convention center. So there are no beautiful views here, but the hotel is smart, rooms are comfortable and quiet, and the breakfast was excellent. Great for a business trip.
This family-friendly Maastricht hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Maastricht Exhibition and Congress Centre and Bonnefanten …More
Nice location, small rooms with narrow hallways that were interruptes by 3 stair excursions. Very nice looking restaurant downtown but never got to partake. The smell of dairy or cheese seemed to creep into the entrance from the adjacent Harry's. Pool? Gym?
Traveller from San Diego
Located in Wyck, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Centre Ceramique and Basilica of Our Lady. Bonnefanten Museum and …More
Bordering Belgium and Germany, the city of Vaals in the southeastern Netherlands is famous for the Drielandenpunt, the meeting point of the three countries. Half an hour from Maastricht, the municipality includes four villages and nine townships. St. Martinus church and Viljener forest are two attractions of this area known for its natural beauty and rustic attractions like weekly markets.