The Luxurious Oostwegel Collection Joins the Hotel Employee Rate Program!

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We are thrilled to welcome the luxurious Oostwegel Collection to the Hotel Employee Rate Travel Program, offering their collection of four and five star hotels at exclusive Hotel Employee Rates to the eligible hotel employees in the Program.

The Château St. Gerlach, a Relais & Châteaux hotel, is located in Valkenburg Netherlands, in the beautiful Ingendael region, a 10-minute drive from Maastricht. An estate full of memories and with an overwhelming beauty and grandeur. The former convent and farmyard have been transformed into well appointed guest rooms and suites, homely residences and a restaurant. 

The 5-star Kruisherenhotel Maastricht, recipient of the 2017 Dutch Hotel Award, is located in the center of Maastricht in the former 15th-century Kruisherenklooster. Together with the monumental Gothic church, this complex has been transformed into a Marriott Design Hotel Member. The interior is a creation of the internationally acclaimed interior architect Henk Vos in collaboration with international designers such as Le Corbusier, Ingo Maurer and Philip Starck. The architectural contrasts between past and present come alive throughout the hotel. From the impressive entrance to Spencer’s and luxurious hotel room to the beautiful courtyard, the interplay of history, design, music, art, hospitality and expertise leaves an overwhelming impression.

The four-star Winselerhof is located on the edge of the beautiful Strijthagerbeek valley, between Maastricht and Aachen. The small scale of the characterful South Limburg manor farm, the surrounding nature reserve and the team’s love of hospitality make you forget the hectic pace of everyday life. The secluded hotel rooms in the courtyard, the refined Italian Restaurant Pirandello and the casual atmosphere of Luigi’s Restaurant & Bar contribute to a relaxing stay.

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