Industrial chic yet extremely cosy. Mother Goose Hotel has hit the nail on the head with this great new inner-city hotel. Located between chic boutiques, fabulous cafes and bars and boasting an uninterrupted view of the Dom – you’ll feel right in the heart of Utrecht whether a business traveller during the week or a leisure guest over the weekend.

The concept comes to us from the clever heads behind the well rated, always-a-favourite, Court Hotel in Utrecht, their latest offering is somewhat more daring and plays right into the boutique hotel hand. I am in love and even though I live literally 200m around the corner, I can definitely see myself taking a city-break and escaping to this wonderland.


(L) Entrance via Gazenmarkt 26, Utrecht     (R) For city tips, Reception has you covered!

Upon entering Mother Goose, on their 2nd day open mind you, the very lovely Sophie greeted me and was thrilled to tour me around the new hotel. In total there are 23 rooms over 4 floors, each floor distinctively named and on-theme. White Goose, Grey Goose, Brown Goose and Black Goose (in order of floor 1 to 4) each offer slight variations on the decorative theme of the hotel, yet all seamlessly come together.

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Room sizes are also 4-fold and their opening room rate offers will have you scrambling to book a weekend away! Each room contains it’s own work desk, relaxation corner and en-suite bathroom alongside the special design touches that make this boutique hotel, well, boutique. Current pricing is as follows:

Small Mother Goose: from 105.00 per night

Medium Mother Goose: from 120.00 per night

Large Mother Goose: 135.00 per night

Mother Goose Suite: from 170.00 per night


(L) Large Mother Goose     (R) Twin Mother Goose (Price: Best Available)

(L) Space to Relax in a Medium Goose Room (R) Bathroom Amenities are provided by Paul Schulten.

(L) Small Goose Room     (R) Decoration is on point across all rooms and spaces


(L) Spacious rooms are not hard to come by at Mother Goose     (R) The view we all want!


Have you stayed at Mother Goose? Tell us what you think!

For more information on Mother Goose Hotel, check their website here.

For reservations and availability, check here.

For Mother Goose’s sister hotel, The Court Hotel, click here.



Dutchie Laura lived in Utrecht for 10 years. And the Domcity has developed ever since. More and more coffee bars have popped up and there are a lot of places to grab a sandwich on the go or stay for work. Best of all, Utrecht has a wide variety in of restaurants. Laura’s favorite? Anything with sushi, pasta, Indian, vegetarian, burgers, fish, meat, classic French… she’s not picky at all!

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