Reviewed by 15 guests
great location, take towels and dressing gown to use in the therman otherwise you have to hire them
Amrâth Hotel & Thermen Born - Sittard is a hotel with many facilities. A modern wellness centre is situated right next the hotel. Guests can literally walk from the hotel to the sauna complex in their bathrobe. You can relax in three large saunas, a hamam, a caldarium, infrared sauna, herbal baths, a steam room, plunge pools, a whirlpool, and an indoor and outdoor swimming pool. Swimwear is not permitted at Thermen. However, visitors are obliged to wear a bathrobe and slippers in the restaurant and relaxation areas. Advance reservation is required for the spa.
Guests are utterly pampered during their stay at this hotel. After a long and busy day, you can enjoy a good night's sleep in the hotel's comfortable beds. The rooms come with a shower or a bath, a hairdryer, a telephone, a television and WiFi. Bike hire is available at reception.Surroundings
The surroundings of Amrâth Hotel & Thermen Born - Sittard have much to offer. Take a walk through the Limbrichter woods, go shopping or have a night out in Sittard-Geleen or Maastricht. In Born itself, you can visit the Castle Park, and in the vicinity you can visit the Midgetgolf Stein (Miniature Golf Stein), Snowworld Landgraaf, Wildpark Gangelt, Limbricht Castle, the Mono Verde World Gardens and the Outlet Shopping Centre Maasmechelen/Roermond.Food and Drink
A breakfast buffet is served on Monday to Friday from 07:00 until 10:00, and at weekends from 08:00 until 11:00. The hotel restaurant, the Brasserie, is located to the rear of Amrâth Hotel & Thermen Born - Sittard, offering you a beautiful view of the Limbrichter woods as you dine. The restaurant is spacious and atmospherically furnished. Please note that the Brasserie is closed on Sundays. The restaurant in the Spa & Wellness is opened and you can order a drink at the reception.
The Kitchen is open from 12:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. After 9:00 p.m. the hotel will not allow guests in the restaurants and at 10:00 p.m. the kitchen of both restaurants is closed.
Off the A2 motorway, exit Born