Posts Tagged ‘townhouse hotels’


November 8, 2010

Most striking feature:

This doesn’t feel as a hotel because it’s like you’re sleeping at the house of a lovely family member in Maastricht. You will directly walk towards a huge orange pan with soup in it (next to it is the reception), there are hammocks in the lobby, you can even rent a fish for 3,50 euro. This is your living room during your stay. I asked them where I can park my car and they immediately offered valet parking (for free). The hotel room felt like a guest room. We had a window on the roof and it was raining, so that makes it even more cozy. The location is superb. Nearby Central Station and the shopping streets. And don’t think that the hotel is made out of vintage supplies only: in the lobby you will find all the design chairs you could possible think off. My favorite: the Eames lounge chair I’m sitting in. One tiny little personal thing: the bathroom has louvre doors and if your roommate is in it, you will hear everything. Can be a romance killer.

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August 15, 2010

3 reasons to visit Townhouse:

  1. If you love playing authentic board games – there aren’t any tv’s in the lobby.
  2. If you love a good mix of vintage and design.
  3. If you love Twitter. You can send request (two glasses of red wine to room 207 please) to the reception.

Read my report and see some images of my stay after the jump…

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