External view - Chateau St. Gerlach, Maastricht, Netherlands

Chateau St. Gerlach

With a location in the sweeping Geul Valley, the opulent Chateau St. Gerlach offers the area’s best luxury and amenities. Dating back to 1201, this ancient estate was a former nunnery before being purchased by hotel guru Camille Oostwegel as part of his Chateau hotels collection. The property’s history shows, with much of the original architecture preserved and incorporated into the hotel.

The hotel’s 97 rooms are luxurious but traditional. This might be a five-star accommodation but there’s an overwhelming feeling that you might be staying at grandmother’s formal, spacious country home. The rooms are spacious and comfortable but do not offer the modern amenities of other hotels in Maastricht. The amenities, however, are unparalleled. Guests have access to the hotel’s Turkish baths, indoor Roman swimming pool and indulgent spa. The grounds include a multitude of lovely gardens and a monastery park that features sculptures from the property’s past.

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The 42-room Derlon is one of Maastricht’s most coveted culinary and hospitality destinations. The restaurant’s hotel is one Maastricht’s best and always has a buzzy, lively scene in the sleek dining room and bar area. Plus, its location in Maastricht’s historic city center (Onze Lieve Vrouweplein) means that the best in shopping and cuisine are only steps away.

The spacious, sunny rooms are predictably Dutch and simple. Understated yet luxurious, all rooms are decorated in soft gray tones and feature plain furniture and exposed light fixtures. There are small touches of functional glamour (Bose sound systems, Nespresso coffee machines), but don’t expect the amenities of a traditional five-star property. For large groups or families, the hotel offers a set of impeccably decorated apartments with rooftop terraces that are just down the street from the main hotel.

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Exterior View - Kruisherenhotel, Maastricht, Netherlands - Courtesy Etienne van Sloun


This converted 15th-century cloister and Gothic church is now the sleekest hotel in Maastricht, with contemporary interiors and a fashionable following.

A master class in modern design and conservation, the Kruisherenhotel combines old-world charm with breathtaking contemporary design. Part of Camille Oostwegel’s Chateau hotel group, this unique property is housed in the former Kruisheren cloister, which dates back to the 1400’s. The church's nave has been transformed into a soaring lobby area, complete with breathtaking stained-glass windows and original Gothic architecture. Even more impressive, the hotel’s modern interiors perfectly contrast with the medieval architecture.

The 60 guest rooms are all unique and a stay in each one feels special–because of the configuration of the monastery no two are alike and all have been configured around the original architecture. Each room features original paintings and poems and the latest in modern technology, including flat screen TV’s and Wi-Fi.

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