Uniquely designed, polished, trendy

Kruisherengang 19-23


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At a Glance

Housed in a converted 15th-century monastery, the chic Kruisherenhotel seamlessly blends medieval architecture with 21st-century design.


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.

Who Should Stay

Travelers who have an appreciation for fantastic design and architecture. Without many amenities and an adult vibe, the Kruisherenhotel may not be the best for children.

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