Amid the many excellent high-end, budget and mid-range hotels in Utrecht, there are several superb boutique establishments that go the extra mile when it comes to hospitality, style and location. To prepare discerning travellers for their next trip to Utrecht, we have compiled the following listicle that highlights noteworthy boutique hotels in the city.
Every room at Zies is named after a specific type of Old World grape, as a tribute to the hotel’s onsite Mediterranean style wine bar and bistro. Besides excellent wine and delicious Southern-European meals, guests at the Zies can expect charming, rustic design features, elegant furnishings and refined services. The hotel is surrounded by excellent brunch time restaurants and Utrecht’s city centre is less than one kilometre away.
There are nine individually designed luxury suites available at Mary K in Utrecht and the entire hotel is contained with an 18th century canal house that was built onto the side of the city’s most famous waterway de Oudegracht. The hotel operates under progressive, ecological guidelines and supports other green initiatives and charities.
All five of Hotel26’s luxury rooms are contained within Utrecht’s famous wharf cellars and look directly onto the city’s historic Oudegrachtand Nieuwendijk canals. These waterside lodgings are particularly spacious and the hotel offers full apartment sized accommodation as well as smaller rooms.
Mother Goose moved into a series of buildings on Grazenstraat in 2013 that were formerly occupied by several generations of squatters. These historical, stone buildings in the centre of Utrecht were completely renovated in order to turn them into upscale lodgings and Mother Goose is now among the most popular boutique hotels in the country.
This stylish four star hotel has 45 individual rooms, a charming urban garden and several other chic facilities related to food and drinks. The hotel is within walking distance from Utrecht’s historic city centre and resides within a charming 19th century townhouse.
This awesome four star boutique hotel is housed within an 300 year old mansion that was converted into a temporary eye hospital by one of the fathers of ophthalmology Franciscus Donders during the 19th century. Every room inside Eye Hotel is unique, perfectly designed and ridiculously charming (and comes with free wifi and a smart TV unit).