The Court Hotel offers a convenient base for your time in Utrecht, plus exceptional service, an interesting history and chic decor. See the history of the building in photos and stone reliefs, grab dinner at the restaurant or walk to the nearby shopping district.
This 17th-century city palace combines a rich history and extensive antique collection with a convenient location and modern comforts. The elegant building is filled with the owner’s personal antique collection, including a large dollhouse in the entryway, ornate side-tables and a vintage school desk.
When you arrive at Hotel Beijers, you’ll ring a doorbell and be welcomed personally with a drink and a snack as you head to the large, antique wooden reception desk.
The 15 rooms are all different in style and hue, though all are true to their past with luxe, high-quality furnishings and antique details like an ornate gilded mirror, plush red leather sofa, crystal whisky glasses, original beams, exposed brick walls and slanted ceilings. You’ll also have views out onto the Domtoren.
There are no dining options on-site, but breakfast is brought to your room daily in a picnic basket and there are plenty of restaurants within walking distance.
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Hotel Beijers has 15 rooms, divided between five categories: Small, Medium, Large, Suites and Cellar Suites. The main differences between rooms are sizes, and each room is decorated with traditional furnishings and rich jewel tones. Antique furniture fills the rooms and in some there are original architectural designs such as brickwork, wooden beams and slanted ceilings. The Cellar Suites are subterranean, with arched stone ceilings and an old well with a glass lid so you can see the water flow.
All rooms come with en suite bathrooms and Wi-Fi. There is no air conditioning but the rooms are equipped with Dyson cooling fans.
The Hotel Beijers is between the old and new canals of the city, watched over by the looming Domtoren and adjacent to Saint Peter’s Church. It’s a two-minute walk to Saint Martin’s Cathedral, eight-minute walk to the main shopping district and the boat departure area, and a ten-minute walk to the train station.
Food and drink
- There’s no dining room or restaurant, but a picnic basket with breakfast in it is delivered fresh each morning.
- The staff is happy to recommend nearby restaurants.
- There’s no bar, but the rooms have complimentary minibars.
We don’t suggest this hotel for families, due to the many fragile antiques and difficult-to-navigate staircases.
Facilities and activities
- Bikes available for rent.
- Private parking available nearby.
There is no elevator and no accessible rooms, but there are some rooms on the ground floor.
We like this hotel for its impressive antique collection and historic 17th-century building, combined with modern comforts and warm, personal service.
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Alternative places to stay nearby
Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favourite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
The Mary K Hotel is an intimate boutique hotel with a playful, retro style that’s close to the main sights in Utrecht. Enjoy the staff’s attentive and personal service, relax in the garden or walk to the nearby restaurants and bars.
Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
You’ll spend the day wandering the cobblestone streets of Amersfoort, then visit the museum containing the world’s second-largest Van Gogh collection on this day trip. See the Netherlands’ tallest church tower, visit a 17th-century pub and walk in a sculpture garden within a diverse national parkland.
Explore the cobblestone streets of Utrecht’s old town as you get to know the city with a local guide. You’ll then get to cruise the city’s postcard-worthy canals on a glass boat for a different perspective.