Galerie Hotel Dis
AddressTafelstraat 28 MaastrichtSee nearby area
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Galerie Hotel Dis offers free Wi-Fi, a romantic courtyard and serves breakfast in its former brewery. Dis is situated in the historic city centre, near the Vrijthof and the Onze lieve Vrouwe Square.
The hotel has an art gallery on the ground floor with changing exhibitions and art works on sale. You can follow various workshops and classes at the hotel, such as painting and cooking.
The spacious hotel rooms have been decorated with paintings of contemporary local and international artists, related to the gallery.
Galerie Hotel Dis is located near exclusive fashion shops, pubs and many restaurants. The hotel is situated in a calm street with monumental buildings and pavement from the middle-ages.
Guests are kindly requested to note that this hotel does not have a lift and in the case of mobility problems are recommended to book a room on the lower floors.
Plase note that the hotel has no 24-hour reception and therefore guests are kindly requested to inform the hotel about their estimated arrival time. If you wish to arrive outside check-in hours, the hotel will provide a key code for the key safe which can be found left of the front door.
A service number can be found on the front door if guests require assistance 24/7.
Please note that reception times differ on Saturday and Sunday: Saturday: 13:00 till 17:00 Sunday: 13:00 till 14:00
Please note that for reservations of 4 rooms or more, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
Please note the fee for accommodating a small dog is EUR 10 per dog per night, for a larger dog this is EUR 15 per dog per night.
Guests are allowed to bring their own baby cot or bed.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
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