"We were travelling through Europe on a university tour with our son. We chose the Hotel Musemkwartier due to its location on a quiet, canal-lined street with a short walk to restaurants & shops. The room was clean and roomy. We had a European King (two single beds pushed together) and a sofa bed in the living area for our son. The bedroom was spacious with high ceilings and large windows that could be opened for ventilation (didn't have A/C, but even in July Utrecht was cooler and we didn't really need it - they did have fans to move the air around which was perfect). Their breakfasts are absolutely wonderful. As they don't have a common area, they'll deliver the the breakfast tray to your room each morning at whatever time you request. Fresh squeezed OJ, warm croissants, breads & rolls, Yogurt with granola, hard-boiled eggs, meats & cheeses! More breakfast than the three of us could eat each day but absolutely fresh & wonderful! We met Maria the first day and she was very warm & welcoming! She was out shopping when we first arrived, but bicycled back to the hotel in a few minutes to show us to our room. The old town is delightful and definitely feels like a 'mini-Amsterdam'. The street is narrow and there is no parking close to the hotel. So when you stop to drop your luggage, you will likely be blocking through-traffic on the narrow lane for a minute or two while you unload. Expensive overnight parking ($22) at a church lot about 2 blocks away but I'm sure there were less expensive options, we just couldn't immediately find them. Other reviewers had noted the step curved stairs to the 2nd floor. I would echo their sentiments that the stairs will not be suitable for folks with limited mobility. A perfectly charming Bed & Breakfast, with a very nice, welcoming staff and a superb breakfast. As travellers, we couldn't ask for much more! Highly recommend this B&B!"
"It seemed to live in an 19th century dutch hose. The doors. The steep long stair. The rooms old furniture, pictures, tends... The hotel is situated along the main beautiful Utrecht channel, the Oudergracht, at the east end of the old town. 15 minutes walking from Central Station. Not far from Central Museum. From the windows we could see the apse of a previous church, now transformed in block of apartments. Our two rooms (for three people) were wide, equipped with a little kitchen and a brand bathroom. People were very kind. In the morning they bring us a delicious breakfast, in a wide vessel. I still remember the light of rooms, beautiful also in a cloudy summer day."
"Stayed in the suite of this period mansion house now in use as a charming B&B.Furnished shabby chic-style with a great modern bathroom,this really is a lovely way to enjoy Utrecht and to experience Dutch gezellig.Although the typically steep staircase is not for the physically challenged,all rooms being above ground level,does ensure a peaceful stay.Since a recent change of ownership excellent traditional Breakfasts are included and served in each room at a prearranged time.Situated on the canal in perfect proximity to local shops,having a small kitchenette means it's possible to buy food to eat home.Friendly bars offer an assortment of evening activities,from board games,to quizzes in two languages,to live music.Highly recommended."