The Botel is alot of fun. They have a bar and eating area. The breakfast is great, 6€ extra. My single room had bunk beds and a tiny tiny bathroom. The boat rocked a bit when other boats went by. It's in a great location. There is no parking though. YOu have to park in a lot which is just around the corner, a plus. But it's 2€ an hour. I don't think I was charged for Sunday and some late hours.
37 € a night, breakfast included.
The owner was nice and let me use his computer and Internet to check emails and flight schedules, for free.
No elevator...but what's new. Seems that's typical for the area.
Camping along the Maas River could be very nice indeed.
I've always wanted to try one of these caravans but had not any opportunity yet. Well maybe one day.
These people seems to be having a great time barbequeing, camping and all the other summer activities.
My daughter had originally planned on me staying in her room. When I saw it, I decided we would both enjoy my stay more if I got my own room. She was told that there aren't a lot of hotels in Maastricht, so got the name of this B&B from a friend. Although very difficult to find at 10 at night, I would go back to Maastricht just to stay here again. You ge the key from a restaurant/bar, then let yourself into a very old building a block or so away. I climbed 2 flights of narrow stairs, thoroughly exhausted, and found every comfort and luxury I could want. Comfortable bed, coffee/tea maker, modern sparkling clean bathroom, all in a hugh, elegant room. Breakfast was included down in the restaurant/bar, but I slept so well that I completely overslept. Let me add that it was a very reasonable price. I still have to find the name and price.
This is right in the historic core of the city. Right off the square where they have their Christmas Market. I wish I had arisen in time for the included breakfast, because the quality of the food in the bar when I picket up the key looked wonderful. Also, it was packed both at night and again in the morning when I picked up my key. The owners were very friendly and helpful, allowing me to store my luggage in the back of the bar while I spent the day out sightseeing.
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This is a boat hotel situated on the River Maas near the center of Maastricht.
Consider it more as a Youth Hostel !
As I like boats, the shipboard ambience and their little cabins, staying there was really funny !
The boat has a view of the John F. Kennedy bridge.
The ladies at the VVV (tourist center) were very helpful in locating us a B and B after our first night in Maastricht.You can e-mail the VVV and request a visitors guide which will list many options for accomidations.The VVV also seels maps of the city and can give advice for many other area attractions.These folks are happy to answer any questions you have.
A bed and breakfast is normally much less expensive than a hotel.We stayed 7 nights at a B and B located on Alexander Baatallan street.This location was very nice and the hostess was very helpful during our stay there.However I think that many of the other B and B's are very nice options as well.
This hotel and hostel is situated a little outside the centre of Maastricht, but it is very cheap. We stayed in a room with 2 beds for less than € 60. The room was very clean, and that is about all there is to mention about it. It is not a very nice room, but you have your own bathroom!
There are quite some facilities. Everyone staying in De Dousberg can go for a free swim in the inside pool that is nextdoor. Inside the hotel/hostel are tennis courts, a solarium and a nice bar. If you want to stay el cheapo in Maastricht this is where you have to go.
The room has everything necessary for a short stay, say a couple of nights: beds, shower and toilet, small TV set, heating, alarm/radio they even fit a table with two chairs into this rather small room.
Most of the rooms overlooking Market Sq.
This is probably the cheapest place to stay in the city. Its a kind of hostal on a boat, that is situated on the River Maas. The good thing about it, is that it is situated near the city-center so that you wont have to use transportation. the bad thing about it is, that it is a place of minimum comfort. Some people find it quite a filthy place, others think of it as a noisy place. But if you are used to f.e. youth hostals its o.k.
BIG SWIMMINGPOOL!!!! Just jump off the boat and have a time.
I haven't found the details for this hotel yet but it looked nice, quiet, clean and simple.
Next to the fortification walls in a quiet, very central area only 2 minutes walk away from Vrijthof.
We stayed in the Hotel Residence Beaumont. It was part of our tour package and included breakfast each morning and three dinners during the week. The staff was very helpful. Our room was spacious by European standards and the beds were comfortable. The breakfast buffet is very good.
Helpfulness and courtesy of the staff.
In Valkenburg, a nice town not far from Maastricht, you can stay in Schaloen castle.
The elegant building is situated in a valley in the friendly Limburg hills. Ideal for walking!
Parkhotel Rooding is an intimate environment with 93 luxury guestrooms, elevator and bar. Moreover you will find more that enough parking space, outside and indoor terraces, children's playground. Our restaurant is spatious and dedicated to serving our guests with a fine Dutch-French cuisine and natural Limburg' hospitality. Your room offers many comforts. TV, radio and direct dial phone are standard as well as private facilities. A number of rooms have a private balcony, minibar, safe... One or more room suites are available, even some with a private Jacuzzi.
Parkhotel Rooding can comfortly accommodate business events. Meetings, seminars, incentives, parties, trainings or company weekends. Ask for our business program information set. You will definately find an interesting package for your event in- or excluding sports activities, leisure or exciting elements of the area.
Located in the enticing Geul valley, not far from Maastricht on the edge of a nature reserve called Ingendael, surrounded by woods of an almost sylvan beauty, Hotel Geulzicht Castle is the ideal place to stay for those who appreciate the rustic character and romantic flair of a hotel furnished in the English country manor style. As a hotel guest you can dwell in the large, comfortable sitting areas, or in the pleasant dining room, where dinner is served exclusively à la carte.
Hotel Geulzicht Castle is open to hotel guests only, and this, combined with its spectacular surroundings, ensures an atmosphere of privacy and quiet that you will not find at many other places. Contrary to most hotel castles, the guests of Geulzicht Castle stay and sleep in the original castle itself!
The nine large guestrooms (varying from 28 to 50 m2) are located on two floors and are all differently decorated. All the rooms have colour television, radio, telephone, minibar, hair drier, private safe and a trouser press. Some of the rooms still have their original wood panelling, mantelpieces and Roman baths. The sanitary facilities differ from room to room. Some rooms have a normal bath, four rooms a sunken Roman bath and one room a whirlpool/hydrosauna.
Vary from DFL. 187,50 to DFL. 232,50
The large lounge with its white marble and black Namur stone floor is the very heart of Geulzicht Castle. The monumental fireplace is partly decorated with glazed tiles. Its wainscoted mantelpiece is draped with a gobelin. The ceiling is decorated with paintings of biblical scenes and figures from Greek and Roman mythology. A special, cableless elevator has been installed so that the paintings could remain intact. The elevator not only goes up and down but it also makes a quarter turn.
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