Maastricht Luxury hotels, Netherlands
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"Great access from the Train Station"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Aug 23, 2012
Hotel is very clean and well maintained. Our room was exactly as described. It is across the street from the train station and transportation is readily available. Within walking distance to all the city has to offer. Staff was extremely helpful and knowledgeable.
"It is not walkable"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jul 6, 2012
The Golden Tulip in Maastricht Apple Park is a taxi cab (€9.50) or a bus ride (#3 for €2) from the central train station - It is not walkable. The bus runs about twice an hour from the hotel to the station and is about 5 blocks away. If you came to see Maastricht and you don’t have a car or lots of money for cab rides, this hotel may not fit the bill. If you’re looking for a great place to spend a night or two, this hotel is extreme value for the money and very clean and modern. There are many English stations on the TV, a bar and restaurant on site, friendly staff and a McDonalds within walking distance.
"Good hotel - needs a little lift"
Reviewed by Sander k of "Amsterdam" on
Dec 3, 2011
Nice hotel, close to the centre, central station and in a nice neighborhood.
The hotel itself looks really nice from the inside once you walk in. Good lobby, nice staff.
The room itself is good, but the refurbishing was half finished. So, it looked really trendy in the bedroom, the bathroom was still a little old fashioned.
The beds were good, too bad the breakfast was this expensive.
All in all, if they finish the refurbish it will be a really good value for money
"great location, good room"
Reviewed by David C of "Nashville, TN" on
Jul 12, 2011
The strongest point of this hotel was also the weakest. This hotel is right on the main square, and our 4th floor window looked out over it so that we could see the musical events that were taking place on the square and had a great view of some of the old churches and buildings in town. However, it also overlooked a row of eateries that were occupied by loud partyers until 2 or 3 am every night. The hotel staff was helpful and courteous, the room was clean and fairly large. The fixtures in the bathroom were old but functional, and there was no free internet at the hotel (but there is across the street). Parking is available nearby at average rates.