A fine mix of contemporary designs and the late-medieval architecture, Kruisherenhotel, in the North West of Maastricht Netherlands is a masterpiece of modern-day hospitality. This sixty-room building consists of a Gothic Church and a Monastery. And it is now housing modern-day hotel facilities including a library, conference rooms, a boutique, a wine bar, and a restaurant. A new addition to the list is the mezzanine, where guests can enjoy their breakfast along with the spectacular views of the city through chancel windows. The “Espace vinicole” is equally stunning with an impressive range of wines on the offer and the huge glass vault housing them. The sprawling monastery gardens create a vibrant haven right in the middle of a bustling city.
The interiors are luxuriously designed with furniture and artwork by well-known names such as Le Corbusier, Philip Starck, Henk Vos, and Auping. By adopting a fusion of austere Gothic and modern-day designs, this 15th-century monastery has now transformed into a remarkable blend of vintage Gothic exteriors with sleek modern interiors. Throughout the guestrooms, you can feel a beautiful gradient of tones and textures. Every room of this complex features a different character and design with a different color scheme and furnishing. From the authentic ceiling and wall paintings to stained glass windows, such exciting contrasts in the interiors enhance your visual experiences.
Kruisherenhotel is situated at the Kommelplein square, a forgotten location that comes alive with art and greenery, shops and café terraces and much more. Its proximity to the city center makes it a hot favorite for anyone visiting Maastricht. Couples in particular like the location because of the luxurious accommodation and the impeccable level of service this hotel is known for.
So, Check-in and experience the rare. Experience the luxury, the opulence along with the tranquility of being at a monastery all at once. Come and Experience the Kruisherenhotel.
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