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Located in City Center, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Neude, TivoliVredenburg and Grocery Company Museum. Meeting Plaza Utrecht and St. ...
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Situated in the business district, this eco-friendly hotel is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from The Flour Mill Windotter and within 9 miles (15 km) of Holland Casino Utrecht ...
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Top Hotel Areas in Utrecht: Utrecht may be off the radar for many, but this quaint and quirky city is actually the fourth largest in the Netherlands, with plenty of interesting attractions to enjoy.
At the heart of Utrecht is the medieval Old Town, which is split down the middle by the Oudegracht canal. And at the heart of the Old Town is the Dom Square, which is home to a cluster of landmarks including St Martin's Church, the 17th century Dom Tower and the red-walled Utrecht University Hall. The Court Hotel City Centre Utrecht is a four-star hotel within minutes of Dom Square. The décor is modern and, conveniently, it's one of the many hotels with a bar in Utrecht. It also has a restaurant and a terrace for alfresco drinking and dining.
South of Dom Square is the Museum District, which runs down to the Stadsbuitengracht canal. This area offers hotels at a variety of price points, including the three-star Boutique Hotel ZIES. If you'd prefer to stay in a luxury hotel in Utrecht, the Grand Hotel Karel V is one of the most prestigious – an imposing five-star hotel in Utrecht centre with a pool, spa and beautiful rooms. Museum District hotels are perfectly placed for visits to the Central Museum, University Museum, Museum Catharijneconvent, Sonnenborgh Museum and Observatory, and more.
If you love to shop as well as sightsee, the Vredenburg district has plenty of high street favourites and independent shops, as well as a busy market selling everything from fruit and veg to fabric and knick-knacks. You should also consider Vredenburg hotels if you're looking for hotels near Tivoli, the city's vast contemporary concert hall.
Those looking for a hotel near Central Museum will have more choice in the nearby area between the Museum Catharijneconvent (which displays religious art and artefacts in a former monastery) and the Catharijnesingel waterway.
On Dom Square, the DOMunder attraction is popular with all ages, taking explorers underneath the square to discover archaeological remains. You'll find a cluster of hotels around DOMunder and the other landmarks and attractions on Dom Square, including apartments for those who prefer to have more space and a selection of home-from-home facilities. Climbing the 465 steps to the top of Dom Tower is hard work but worth it for the fantastic city views!
Outside of the city centre, choose a hotel near Castle de Haar to be close to one of the area's most beautiful historic buildings – not to mention its equally beautiful gardens. It can be tricky to get to on public transport, so booking a nearby hotel is a smart move if the castle is at the top of your must-see list.
With its fairytale castle, quaint Old Town, great shopping and lively University-city feel, Utrecht is a great mini-break destination for couples, and doesn't have the crowds of nearby Amsterdam. What's more, you'll find romantic hotels in Utrecht are affordable on most budgets. The Cozy Canal House is as charming as it sounds, with winding staircases, contemporary décor and plenty of space to enjoy relaxing together after a day of shopping or sightseeing. Hotel26 also offers boutique-style accommodation in Utrecht, with rooms and apartments built into the canalside cellars. It's packed with quirky features, including sloping cellar ceilings and traditional wooden doors, alongside spacious modern bathrooms and high-spec kitchens.
Alternatively, you could treat yourself to a hotel with a view in Utrecht, such as the lakeside Hotel Mitland, a four-star hotel that sits outside of the Old Town in pretty parkland. It is also one of several spa hotels in Utrecht, with a lovely indoor pool and sauna. If you really want to treat someone to a memorable stay, consider booking the romantic Rose Suite or Old Dutch Masters Suite.
There's a nice selection of boutique hotels in Utrecht, which are perfect for those who like to stay somewhere a little different. The Eye Hotel has light, airy rooms and, rather bizarrely, an optometry theme. It's also handily close to the Voorstraat Station, in one of the coolest and most creative parts of town.
The Mother Goose Hotel is another boutique option nearby, in the Stadhuis (Town Hall) Quarter of the Old Town. With lots of original features and vintage décor, this former squat has been transformed into one of the city's coolest properties. Mother Goose is also one of several green hotels in Utrecht, with silver certification from Green Key.
Finally, hotels near museums in Utrecht are perfect for culture-hungry visitors. B&B Oudegracht will position you within a few minutes walk of the Central Museum, University Museum, and the ultra-cute Miffy Museum, devoted to the iconic bunny developed by Utrecht-born cartoonist Dick Bruna.
Utrecht is the capital of the province of the same name. It’s also known as ‘Domstad’, or ‘city of the Dom’; the reason behind this being the presence of the tallest church tower in the Netherlands, a 112 metres high Domtoren, or Dom Tower. Besides that, Utrecht is one of the first cities in the Netherlands that got city rights and has the highest number of national monuments in the country after Amsterdam and Maastricht.
Utrecht is a beautiful city to visit and has a great selection of hotels, spread all over the city. Those at de Neude, de Oudegracht and the area around Hoog Catharijne come particularly well recommended.
Hoog Catharijne is a huge complex with a cinema, a gym, offices, homes and stores. The complex is connected to the Central Train Station and from there you can walk straight to the city centre, the Jaarbeurs Utrecht or the Beatrix Theatre.
The Oudegracht runs through the centre of Utrecht and is a stunning place to stay. When walking out of your hotel, you’ll find yourself directly in the shopping area where you can wander around small stores or big chains along the canal. Around the Oudegracht you will also find extraordinary buildings, like the Domtoren (112 metres tall), the Winkel van Sinkel (former warehouse) and ‘city castle’ Oudaen.
Besides the locations and sights mentioned above, you should also visit the Spoorwegmusem and the world famous Rietveld Schröderhuis.
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