Hotels in Maastricht
Maastricht is a convivial and welcoming city at the very southernmost tip of Holland. Hotels in Maastricht are distributed across the cityscape, from the banks of the river Meuse through the historic inner city to the rolling hills that begin at the city’s edges. Most hotels in Maastricht lie within walking distance of the city’s monumental splendour and beauty, atmospheric shopping streets full of boutiques and lunchrooms, and the mighty Meuse river.
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Kruisherenhotel in Maastricht has a reputation that reaches far past the city limits. This 15th-century monastery is one of the country’s most beautiful design hotels. Other unique hotels in Maastricht are the trendy Designhotel the art-deco style Hotel DuCasque and Beaumont Hotel, which has been run by the Beaumont family for over a century. The Derlon Hotel combines style and design with history: in its basement, you will find archaeologic excavations of ruins and objects from the 4th century B.C.
The atmospheric city of Maastricht has many sights worth seeing. Naturally, you will want to see the famous Vrijthof square, but the Sint Servaasbrugbridge and the Basilica of Our Ladyare also highly deserving of your attention. On top of that, Maastricht is a town full of conviviality and fun to be had, with countless cafés and terraces and a rich culinary tradition. Explore it all from your wonderful hotel in Maastricht!
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Hotels in Maastricht come in all shapes and sizes, from pleasant family hotels to luxury design hotels. Our full range includes hotels of all types and for all types, whether you’re travelling alone, in a group, on a lavish or tight budget... View our full range of hotels in Maastricht and find the hotel that’s right for you.
Accessibility and parking in Maastricht
Maastricht is about two hours by car from Amsterdam and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Traveling to Maastricht is also very easy and effective by train. If by car, be attentive to where you may and may not park. Parking in the centre is paid and subject to a time limit Mondays through Saturdays and on Sunday shopping days. The maximum permitted parking duration ranges from 2 to 4 hours, depending on the location. Unlimited parking is possible in parking garages and outside the city centre; for cheap and unlimited parking, use the ‘Park and Walk’ areas, just a 10-minute stroll from the centre. The way to the centre is signposted.
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In addition to the many hotels in Maastricht, you can also choose from our extensive range of bed & breakfasts and hostels. Of course, you can also choose from the many options available in other cities. Try our pages on , , hotels in The Hague, hotels in Scheveningen and sea-side hotels