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All reviews stayed here beautiful place nice atmosphere a bit overpriced abbey church twin beds home brewed beer abbey beer history conference building feeling border wifi hairdryer sink comfort
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Reviewed 29 September 2016 via mobile

This hotel has so much potential. The buildings and grounds are immense, the history of the place is obvious. The rooms however, especially those not in the main building, are basic, a little dated and needing attention - particularly the bathrooms. Putting that to one side, I would have no issues in returning here. Bars and breakfast are very good, staff are very friendly and welcoming, lots of free parking, and only a 20 minute pleasant stroll into town. Give it a try !!!

Date of stay: September 2016
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank NickH561
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Reviewed 23 July 2016

The hotel Abdij Rodulc is a perfectly good hotel with good value comfortable rooms, wholesome breakfasts and friendly staff but its quality as a hotel almost pales into insignificance when one considers the building it occupies.

This part of The Netherlands may not be on many people's radar set in the Limburger region. Me and my wife stayed here for a detour to take in a day's skiing at the superb Snoworld Landgraaf on our way to visit our daughter in Amsterdam. I would, however, urge anyone to make the effort to visit for this hotel alone. It is stunning.

It is set in lovely grounds with formal gardens and a small animal park with deer and goats. Parking is plentiful.

On entering the abbey through the gateway you are cast into a different age. The buildings are vast and beautifully maintained. There are long corridors with fascinating pillars and works of art jumping out from almost every turn.

The church has magnificent frescos. The are rooms with vaulted ceilings and magnificent plaster work. There are courtyards etc. etc. It will take your breath away.

We had a comfort room. It was small but the twin beds were soft and comfortable and the bathroom well appointed. There are cheaper, economy rooms with shared bathrooms.

Breakfast is a very well appointed buffet with pastries, cold meats, cheese, yoghurt, fruit and a hot option of bacon and egg. When we were there the weather was beautiful and we had coffee outside in the courtyard.

This is a gem of a hotel in an area of The Netherlands little known to many. I would have a look if you are ever nearby.

Date of stay: July 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Adrian H
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Reviewed 15 July 2016

The site is situated on the Dutch-German border - so close that you can walk there and say that you've been in two European countries on the same day. ;) It's close to several international airports, however the trip from Amsterdam via train was simple and smooth.

The accommodations are basic. There is no air conditioning in the rooms. Every morning there is housekeeping services, and my particular room was spacious with a private bath. There are shared accommodations and dorm accommodations as well.

The price couldn't have been more wallet friendly.

Please try their Rolduc beer! It's made by the monks and one of the best beers I've ever tasted.

The restaurant on site managed to cater to a huge crowd for buffet breakfast, lunch and dinners. There is a secondary restaurant on site that is more private with a more expansive menu. Everything I had that was tasty, especially nice that they provided fish, chicken and meat options every night.

The hotel staff are incredibly patient and friendly.

Room tip: There are a variety of rooms and buildings, depends on your preference of shared or private baths, etc. All room were clean and quiet.
Date of stay: June 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled on business
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Thank PhotoJourney
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Reviewed 30 June 2016 via mobile

Was here for a conference last weekend and I have to say this was one of the most beautiful venues I've had the pleasure to visit. The food in the restaurant was good and the service was very good. We were even given a tour of the church etc which was very informative.

Date of stay: June 2016
Trip type: Travelled on business
Thank DTURNER300
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Reviewed 9 June 2016

We recently stayed at the Rolduc (5 adults and 1 child). Yes the rooms are a little old fashioned but the ambience and staff were great. Especially Monique, Luciano and Cynthia - all three made us very welcome and were good fun and very informative. Breakfast was great and we had a meal in the restaurant and that also was great. We were visiting family nearby and will definately use the Rolduc again. Would have preferred not to share the bathroom facilities so will book a comfort room next time. Overall a fabulous place to stay - heaped in history and beautiful. would recommend highly

Room tip: Loved my room overlooking the courtyard, but a couple of nights it got alittle noisy
Date of stay: May 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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