Hotel Kasteel Geulzicht - Berg en Terblijt50.86693, 5.79046
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Hotels Recommended by Guests in Netherlands
The 4-star Hotel Kasteel Geulzicht is set just 2.9 km from Castle Ruins & Velvet Cave. The hotel was built in 1918 and refurbished in 2007.
The property is set 30 minutes' walk from Holland Casino Valkenburg. The venue is set within 1 km from Berg en Terblijt city center.
The hotel is surrounded by golf courses, casinos and an amusement park.
Guests will find Vroenhof 40 bus stop next to Hotel Kasteel Geulzicht. The property is set 10 km from Maastricht/aachen airport.
There are 10 annex rooms appointed with climate control, high-speed internet, TV with satellite channels, a safe and a personal computer. The rooms have a view over the garden. Room facilities include an electric kettle and coffee/tea makers as well as a pillow-top mattress and down pillows.
Eat & Drink
Offering French meals, Restaurant Chateau St. Gerlach is situated 900 meters of the property.
Hotel Kasteel Geulzicht welcomes guests, offering free self parking, an elevator and a hairdresser along with a meeting room and a photocopier.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Year renovated: 2007. Number of rooms: 10.
On-site car park
Bar/ Lounge area
Outdoor dining area
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Outdoor dining area
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
Spa & Leisure
- Garden view
- Mountain view
- Landscape view
- Sitting area
- Dressing area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Trouser press
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
We had a lovely time in this beautiful castle in the countryside very close to Valkenburg and the Cauberg. We will definitely be visting again.
The overwhelming sense of sadness that such an asset, in the hands of a commercial company, should be so cynically exploited. The internal condition was appalling, the service non existent, the breakfast offering amongst the worst I have experienced. I do not understand why you trade it. I suspect it would need a very large investment to bring it up to international standards, but even with that investment, because of its size, with so few rooms, it could not make money. So instead, in its dire state, you are content to wring undeserved pennies out of the pockets of the guests duped to stay there by a glossy brochure. It is the company I condemn where a culture of uncaring inhospitality is allowed acceptable.
It was nice to stay in a real castle.