AddressKleine Gracht 4 MaastrichtSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
There's a gracious elegance about this hotel in a stately building dating from 1752. The 22 rooms come in various levels of ornate decor; all with luxury upholstered bedsteads. Take the optional breakfast in the airy courtyard.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel d'Orangerie and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Maastricht.
Description provided by property
Hotel d’Orangerie is located in an historic 18th century building near the Market and at walking distance from The Vrijthof. There is free Wi-Fi and a secluded garden terrace. Guests are welcomed with tea/coffee or a glass of wine/beer with olives.
The surrounding area offers a large variety of shops, restaurants and bars. Maastricht Central Station is 1 km from the hotel. Liege, Hasselt and Aachen are within easy reach by car.
The rooms of Hotel d’Orangerie have luxurious beds, black-out curtains and double glazing. There is a Nespresso coffee corner in each room and free Wi-Fi. Some rooms have a view on the Maas River. Hotel d'Orangerie also offers free private parking for bicycles and scooters.
The breakfast buffet includes various breads, salmon and fruit salad. You can relax in the garden or on the terrace or choose to sit in the lounge and have a drink.
Please note that all rooms are only accessible by stairs.
Please note that pets are only allowed on request in the Deluxe Room. Extra charges apply of 24.50 EUR per pet.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Breakfast in the room
- Bicycle rental
- Non-smoking throughout
- Room service
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Free WiFi
Runs a variety of boat cruises on the Maas.
The Markt is the commercial heart of town. At the north end is a statue of Johannes Petrus Minckelers , who holds a flaming rod – he's...
The Vrijthof is an expansive square surrounded by grand cafes, museums and a pair of magnificent churches. Streets to its south and east...
Offbeat and classic films are screened here.
Join the queue at this iconic snack bar, which has been serving scrumptious frites under the classic neon sign for decades.