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Hotels in Maastricht

Near the Dutch-Belgian border, Maastricht has been a strategic settlement since at least the Roman Empire. Today, it is known for its particularly cosmopolitan atmosphere, with Dutch, English, German, French and the Limburgish languages all having a strong presence in the city. This city is the home of the Bridge of Silence, which was, for years, Europe's tallest bridge. Maastricht has also retained many of its original Roman cobblestones, and is the Netherlands' oldest city.


Housed in a former monastery, the Maastricht Natural History Museum exhibits a tremendous variety of natural history artefacts relating to the South Limburg area, and is adjacent to a beautiful botanical garden. Another popular venue is the Bonnefanten Museum, which was established in the 1880s and contains many intriguing historic and modern artworks, although the museum has only been in its current location since the 1990s.

For more insight into Maastricht's profound history, visit the Museum aan het Vrijthof, which marked its 40th anniversary in 2013 and showcases a great number of impressive Dutch and Flemish artworks, as well as other Renaissance artefacts from the 16th and 17th centuries.

Other places of interest

Wander through the photogenic Wyck district, which contains many enchanting medieval landmarks and numerous charming independent shops along the scenic street of Rechtstraat. Walk along the charismatic Sint Servaasbrug bridge, which is estimated to be the oldest bridge in the region and replaced an older wooden bridge that had existed in the Roman period. Meanwhile, the Helpoort (Hell's Gate) is the Netherlands' oldest gate, and was built in the 13th century, during the era of Henry I.

Nearby: Valkenburg

Just a short drive to the east of the city, the handsome village of Valkenburg is home to the Netherlands' oldest horse market, which has been held for well over 1,000 years. The village has also earned an enviable reputation for its Christmas market, which takes place underground in the enchanting medieval Velvet Caves, below Valkenburg's ruined castle.

Where to stay in the city

One of the most desirable Maastricht hotels is the Kruisherenhotel Maastricht, which is ideal for romantic weekend getaways, while the Crowne Plaza Hotel Maastricht is another immaculate venue offering fantastic hospitality. If you're looking for somewhere that's stylish and budget-friendly, consider the Townhouse Hotel Maastricht or the Novotel Maastricht.

Dining ideas

For some fabulous French flavours, dine at the Rantrée restaurant or the Château Neercanne, or consider Peter's Irish Pub for some delicious Irish classics. If you're looking for other tasty international dishes, choose Harry's, or try Il Bacaro for some wonderful Dutch and Italian-inspired food.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Maastricht

Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Maastricht?

According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Maastricht are Crowne Plaza MAASTRICHT and Novotel Maastricht.

What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Maastricht?

The lowest price for a double room in Maastricht is £49.

What are the best hotels in Maastricht near the center?

If you want to stay near the center of Maastricht, you can consider staying at Hotel Beez NO.106, Saillant Hotel Maastricht City Centre and Boutique hotel Grote Gracht.

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