Venue of Symposium
The Symposium is held at the School of Business and Economics, Maastricht University, Tongersestraat 53. Google Maps link
Travelling to Maastricht
Please find travel information here.
The city of Maastricht is a very attractive location drawing plenty of tourists around the year, particularly during summer so that it is difficult to obtain a room on short notice. Therefore, we strongly recommend you to reserve accommodation as soon as possible.
This is a list of hotels located a 5-minute walk from the venue. There are many hotels and bed&breakfasts within walking distance from the venue.
Kruisherenhotel **** (Kruisherengang 19-23; 6211 NW Maastricht; https://www.oostwegelcollection.nl/en/kruisherenhotel-maastricht/home)
Dating back to the 15th century, the former Kruisheren cloister and adjoining Gothic church have been transformed into a spectacular design hotel, located in the heart of Maastricht’s historic centre. A member of Design Hotels™, Kruisherenhotel Maastricht combines thought-provoking architecture with original features throughout the 60 ultra-modern guestrooms, each with their own individual quirks and details.
The Kruisherenhotel Maastricht offers an exclusive city-centre stay, with fine dining from the notable Kruisheren Restaurant, overlooked by original stained glass windows and artfully elevated at mezzanine level. Below in the former chancel, the plush and atmospheric, Wine Bar Rouge & Blanc, serves up an impressive selection of vintages.
Hotel Au Quartier *** (Kapoenstraat 32; 6211 KW Maastricht; http://www.auquartier.nl)
Hotel Au Quartier is an intimate and comfortable 3-star hotel with a historic character. It therefore fits right in with the surrounding ‘Jekerkwartier’, a picturesque part of the old city centre. The hotel’s central location makes it very easy to reach the Maastricht University and many of the old town’s attractions, restaurants and lively outdoor terraces.
The Hotel Au Quartier can be found in an 18th century mansion in an enclosed courtyard; it is situated in the ‘Jekerkwartier’, a lovely part of the city of Maastricht. The ‘Vrijthof’, the site of many historic attractions and many lively terraces, and the ‘Onze-Lieve-Vrouwebasiliek’ (Our-Sweet-Lady Cathedral) are within walking distance, as are such attractions as the town gate ‘Helpoort’ (Hellgate) and the city’s public gardens.
Hotel Botticelli *** (Papenstraat 11; 6211 LG Maastricht; http://hotelbotticelli.nl/?lang=en)
A comfortable and romantic hotel with a personal touch and hospitality, born out of the fascination for Italy, Toscana and the Italian renaissance. Behind the slogan “the simple art of well-being” you’ll find an atmosphere typical for the small mansion hotels as one finds normally only in Italy, with all rooms in an Italian style.
Hotel Botticelli is established in two monumental premises in the characteristic Jeker district, dead centre, in the shade of the Saint Servaas basilisk and the most famous plaza of the Netherlands, the Vrijthof. The early 18th century residence was build as a wine merchants mansion with warehouse. The two premises are being separated by a romantic inner garden.
Hotel Les Charmes *** (Lenculenstraat 18; 6211 KR Maastricht; http://www.charmes.nl)
Set in a 17th-century building on a cobblestone street, this bright hotel is 4 minutes’ walk from the 8th-century Basiliek Sint Servaas church and 1.5 km from fine art at Bonnefantenmuseum. Polished rooms and suites feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and designer toiletries; some offer wood-beamed ceilings. Upgraded quarters add sitting areas and bathtubs.
Breakfast is served in a bright dining room for a surcharge. There’s also a cozy lounge, as well as complimentary tea and coffee.