Gallery Bell’Arte

In 2015 Gallery Bell'Arte moved from Maastricht to the Kurhaus; the hotel in the Netherlands with the largest art collection. Art from Gallery Bell'Arte is permanently on display throughout the hotel and on the terraces. These are changing exhibitions of paintings, mixed media and sculptures in glass, bronze, stone and stainless steel.

You can visit the gallery without obligation every day from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Would you like to make a tour or make an appointment? Please contact us at

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Feel welcome to visit our new exposition

Have you been looking for a work of art for a while and this wish is reinforced by being at home more often? Then we have good news for you. Especially now that art fairs are canceled and galleries are open to a limited extent, we offer you plenty of opportunity to view art.

Stroll through the lobby, the Kurzaal, the conservatory, Waves restaurant and the terrace and admire the (new) works of, among others

Willem LenssinckCarlos MataChris TapFrancel van DrunenBen Roelofs & Arvid.

Book now your overnight stay in our luxurious hotel including breakfast with a discount after visiting the exhibition.


Art from Gallery Bell'Arte will be permanently exhibited throughout The Grand Hotel Amrâth Kurhaus and on the outdoor terraces. These will be temporary presentations of paintings and photographs, as well as works in glass, bronze, stone and sstainless steel. The gallery is exhibiting names such as Pépé Grégoire, Jan Desmarets, Emile Cornelis, Bart Somers, Luigi Galligani, Ans Zondag, Gerti Bierenbroodspot, Arvid, Joris Gaymans, Francesca Zijstra Chris Tap, Victoria Kovalenchikova and Carlos Mata. Some artists are making new work, inspired by the hotel and the coast at Scheveningen.

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Bird Heaven

During the opening, the big ceiling 'Bird Heaven' by Gerti Bierenbroodspot was unveiled in the Kurhaus conservatory. The work is a sea-blue ceiling dotted with unusual birds with their Latin names. These flying birds unite the atmosphere of the ceiling with the splendid sea outside.

For more information about exhibitions and artists, please contact Dorect Huibers.

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In 1893 the guestbook was signed for the first time by the then 13-year-old Princess Wilhelmina, who visited the Kurhaus with her mother. Since then, heads of state, movie stars, members of the Royal Family, national and international performers and many more have added their signatures to the book, alongside special illustrations. Artist Arvid Henkes has digitalized the celebrated Kurhaus guestbook, and this can be seen in the video.

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