Hotels and More in Maastricht

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  • 9.2 Awesome 2,144 reviews
    Description The Dutch Maastricht is located in a town house in the district of Wyck, which is known for its shops, bars and restaurants. Free WiFi is provided.
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    "Fantastic hotel! amazing design, modern, comfortable, original. will definitely come here again."

    Gabi. Israel
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  • BE41

    Maastricht City Centre, Maastricht

    9.1 Awesome 1,001 reviews
    Description Located in a 1690s building, BE41 offers accommodations in the center of Maastricht. All rooms have mixed decorations and major landmarks are within walking distance from the property.
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    "One of the best B&B we’ve ever stayed at. And we travel a lot 😃"

    Marialuisa. Germany
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  • 9.0 Awesome 1,554 reviews
    Description Le Theater Hotel is set in the center of Maastricht, directly at the Vrijthof. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Every room is fitted with a flat-screen TV.
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    "Surprisingly large room. Breakfast to order instead of buffet but very good!"

    Daan. Netherlands
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  • Bouteaque Hotel

    Maastricht City Centre, Maastricht

    9.5 Exceptional 581 reviews
    Description Bouteaque Hotel is located in Maastricht at Onze Lieve Vrouweplein and 0.6 mi from Vrijthof. Free Wi-Fi access is available.
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    "Awesome in every way. Cozy character comfort with all included as in a fabulous breakfast delivered in case, free minibar, select teas, Nespresso. And right in the centre of all the activity in beautiful..."

    Kathleen. New Zealand
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  • Hotel Britannique

    Maastricht City Centre, Maastricht

    9.0 Awesome 679 reviews
    Description Hotel Britannique is located in the historic heart of Maastricht on the famous Vrijthof Square. The hotel has a partially covered and heated terrace and some of the rooms have air conditioning.
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    "The room was huge - nicely decorated with a seating area. Bathroom was almost as big as our hotel room in Paris! The staff helped us bring our bags up to the room (no elevator) and store them the next..."

    John. United States of America
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  • Hotel Pastis

    Villapark, Maastricht

    9.0 Awesome 599 reviews
    Description Hotel Pastis is located in a characteristic house along the Villawijk St. Pieter, just a 5-minute walk from the center of Maastricht. The hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
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    "Super location to explore Maastricht, great breakfast for a little extra, super friendly staff and when we left our computer charger, the owner sent it very fast back to us"

    Jurgencm. United States of America
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Maastricht was highly rated for shopping by 71 guests from the United States! Maastricht Travel Guide

International, Yet Unique

One of the oldest cities in the Netherlands, picturesque Maastricht has an international feel. Not only can you walk to Belgium and bike to Germany, this town also gave birth to the European Union and euro currency following the 1992 Maastricht Treaty.

Its largest square – Vrijthof – houses the twin churches of St. Jan and St. Servaas, a theater and several sidewalk cafes. Various festivals and the Magic Maastricht Christmas markets are also held here. Markt square is home to the Flemish-style town hall, a twice-weekly market and even more restaurants and bars offering great nightlife.

The excellent shopping options in Maastricht include unique shops on the cobbled Old Town streets, exclusive boutiques on Stokstraat, and the Entre Deux and Mosae Forum shopping centers. Dotted among these is Booking.com’s wide range of Maastricht accommodations.

Well-preserved city walls surround the Old Town and run close to the Maas River where boat trips are available. Underground are the Casemates, a visitable maze of defensive tunnels used in times of siege, while on the city’s outskirts are the St. Pietersberg Caves, former World War II shelters with intriguing wall art.

Before flying out of Maastricht Aachen Airport, don’t miss the fine art by Rubens and Van Dyck in the Bonnefanten Museum, a modern building reflecting the area’s pottery heritage.