"On my arrival (Sun. evening) the city was in chaos due to the Coronavirus. The staff, and particularly Imke on reception, were excellent. They provided an oasis of calm amidst the madness, even finding time to give me a personal tour of the spectacular buildings! With all bars and restaurants closed, and unsure of how long the Hotel would remain open, Imke reorganised my booking and flights with the utmost speed and efficiency, as there was a fear that I could be quarantined on my return to Ireland, if I actually COULD return! The following day I took a bike and followed the river Dommel to the Gennerper Parken, a beautiful part of your city! (You should promote this area more, as it is within pleasant walking/cycling distance of the Hotel) In spite of all the chaos, I truly enjoyed my stay at your Hotel, and would not hesitate to visit again when things settle back to normal. You have a beautiful Hotel and excellent staff! Best Regards, Kevin C.Gibbons"
"My partner and I stayed in Hotel Mariënhage for one night. The hotel was absolutely stunning with the most amazing decor and ambience. The attention to detail in the design was outstanding. The staff on reception were very friendly and informative. They gave us plenty of recommendations of where to eat and drink out in the city. We stayed in the “White Lady” room, it was really cool and was well equipped with everything we could need. It was spotlessly clean too. Our room view looked out to the church steeple, this looked amazing lit up in the evening and even more so at sunlight in the morning. Highly recommend staying Hotel Mariënhage. Thank you for a great stay. "
"The property is mind-blowing. An idea and project itself will drive you WOW while finding yourself in the over century-old monastery adjacent to the temple, and both were turned into hotel and event venues, respectively. It's a brand new project which I believe will nestle within the top ratings of must-see hotels very shortly. So far, it feels implacable about almost everything, and I would wish them to maintain the bar that has already been raised so high."