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We passed through Maastricht on our way to Baarlo, and we chose this hotel, sight unseen. As is typical for a European hotel, the room was somewhat smaller than a hotel in the USA, but we were there to explore the city and all it had to offer and the hotel was our base camp. The room was very nicely appointed, clean and comfortable. The staff was courteous and helpful. We ordered breakfast through room service, which was probably more expensive than the restaurant on site that offered the same fare. The breakfast was delicious, hot and delivered at the exact time we had requested the night before. Parking is difficult anywhere in the Netherlands, but the Q1922 garage was attached to the lower level of the hotel. Once checked in, the car stayed in the garage as most anything in town can be accessed on foot or by bicycle. The location was perfect; close to a lot of shopping, restaurants and all of the sights of this great city. I'd definitely stay here the next time I am fortunate enough to visit.
Well established hotel in superb position on the river with a covered terrace, and easy walk to the centre for shopping, boat trips and City Tour on old American yellow school bus! Easy reach if the airport. Public areas all very pleasant together with bar area and dining room. Staff very pleasant, and a good hairdresser on site, I looked at several hotel bedrooms before choosing a King size with its own balcony So we could enjoy the river views. Regretably I had not realised it was Grand Prix weekend in Belgium just over border Which made the price escalate on the Friday night However, a very enjoyable 4 nights, with excellent weather,
Large room with ample cupboard space, fridge and coffee making facilities, large walk in shower, modern and clean. There is building activity in the annex which disturbs the peace and quite especially from about 8AM most weekday mornings.
We stayed here for 3 days. The welcome was cheerful and due recognition as Spire Elite members resulted in a river view upgrade. Everything was clean and modern. Breakfast was excellent with especial mention of Phoebe who has great customer relations and works so hard and promptly. We decided to eat in the restaurant and by the riverside as prices were similar to the many restaurants nearby. Good food. Parking is across the courtyard in an underground garage(payable). You can easily walk across the bridge into town. Would certainly stay again.
We opted for this hotel due to its excellent location- close to the river and to main shopping centre. But this is not a cheap hotel - especially if you opt for river view. But, breakfast is super good with a wide choice of "english breakfast options". And bed was very comfortable as well. Rooms might need some renovations-especially shower/toilet.
Great hotel for exploring the city on foot, leaving the car in their garage and for day trips, good home base to work from. Plenty to see and do near the hotel without having to park or drive in the pedestrian side of the river, short walk over bridges to the historical center and shops/dining/etc,.
I have spent one night in the hotel (twin room). After reading the reviews I was a bit worry but the hotel proved to be an excellent choice. The location was quiet but still central, the room was spacy with all amenities needed (welcoming water, kettle). Breakfast was good quality. It is true that the bathroom was outdated but I dididn't mind. For the price I have paid it was a good deal. If I would come back to Maastricht, I would stay here.
Stayed here for 3 nights, expensive on the nights of the Andre Rieu concerts but much cheaper on the following night. Great room, spacious, clean and comfortable bed. Good location, 10 minute walk into the centre and 10 minutes from the railway station.
Has a single night stay in a riverfront-view room. Booked a regular room, and ticked the 25 euro optional upgrade to get a river Maas view. The upgrade was a bit deceptive because the picture that comes with the offer suggests a room with a balcony, but the room didn't have one. Because the weather was drizzly, didn't complain about it. A balcony would have made the room smaller, so now I had a bigger sized room. Unfortunately it smelled faintly like it had served as a smoker's room in the past. Room had two double windows and one pair could be fully opened because the restraining cable wasn't latched. A sticker on the window was explaining one can request to have the restraining cable removed, but mine was already open. This really improved the river view experience. My stay was on a weekend and I was able to sleep with the open windows all night. Some noise from an event nearby, I believe it was called 'Kadefeesten', but no traffic sounds. Also some noise when the bars on the other bank of the river closed early in the morning. As for sleeping quality, personally I prefer the more firm mattresses you'll find at most Hiltons and Marriotts over the softer ones I experienced thus far at Crown Plazas. The 'desk' in the room had a regular 'table' chair, not a desk chair, not very comfortable. But the seats in front of the window had a nice feature, they had been put on tiny wheels, so it was very easy to spin them around from a river viewing position to a social hour / tv viewing angle. As for location, the hotel is in an attractive, centuries-old part of town, but also next to some decent modern luxury apartments, with an Albert Heijn supermarket below. Bought some sodas there, put them the small fridge in the room. The fridge didn't make any sound, but the drinks really got cold after a while. Just next to the hotel, you'll find a number of restaurants, while another nice aspect of the location is that the real town-center is on the opposite bank of the river, about ten minutes (max) away on foot. You can take a couple of pleasant bridges to get there, with mostly foot and bicycle traffic. The hotel's restaurant and bar also offer a view of the river. In the evening, ate some supper at the bar. The hotel probably was running on a temporary summer crew, because at the reception desk a huge sign tells you: as a guest you can get a considerable discount on the three course dinner. But the people in the restaurant gave the impression they had never heard of it. There's a sign that says: "Please wait to be seated" - personally I'd expect this position to be staffed or looked after. Spent some five minutes pretending I was reading the menu before anyone cared to inquire what I was doing.
The Crowne Plaza did not disappoint us at all, the lounge and the river views was great, it is not cheap for a room but well worth it. They have a lovely cocktail area and the restaurant has great staff and wonderful food.
Located in Maastricht-Centre Urban District, Crowne Plaza Maastricht is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Basilica of Our Lady and Bonnefanten Museum. This 144-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a 24-hour fitness center, free in-room WiFi, and a 24-hour business center. It's connected to the convention center in central Maastricht, and also a short walk from Natural History Museum and St. Servaas Church.
Enjoy dining at Restaurant de Mangerie, one of 2 onsite restaurants. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or explore the hotel and get a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a full breakfast is served for a fee on weekdays from 6:30 AM to 10:00 AM and on weekends from 7:00 AM to 11:00 AM.
An LED TV comes with digital channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. The bathroom offers hair dryers, free toiletries, bathrobes, and slippers. Other standard amenities include a sofa bed, a minibar, and a coffee maker.
At Crowne Plaza Maastricht, guests have access to a 24-hour fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and a conference center. Valet parking is offered for EUR 5.0 per night. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with concierge services, dry cleaning/laundry, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a 24-hour business center, coffee/tea in a common area, and free newspapers.