This hotel has it all, right in the centre of the city everything at hand shops, bars ,resturants musems Catherdeal is on your doorstep the Belfort and town hall the hotel is always busy and at this time the Gent festival was on and they catered for that too the staff are so obliging and helpful and you can see how busy they are but always time to help you no matter what the hotels food is fantastic too overall cleanliness 100% clean the house keeping clean 24 hrs/7 and so helpful too ,even if it rains they give you an umberella at reception you only need to ask ,a map ,how to get to one place to another time table bus tram and train ,just ask and they will help you fantastic Hotel xxx
Traveller from Scotland
A fantastic deluxe hotel in the heart of Gent! Blending wonderfully with the city’s beautiful architecture, the NH Gent …More
Room was amazing and absolutely enormous. Bathroom was very clean with plenty of towels.
Reception seemed to always be busy which made checkout rather slow, and an invoice wasn't provided to me upon checkout.
The rooms are clean, but a little small.
Location is very convenient for getting to the city center (Tram 1 stops directly in front of the hotel,).
The garage is the smallest I have ever experienced. Recommend to park on the streets.
dog friendly hotel excellent for me
Bad things is that I never before had to pay additionallly for car park when staying in the hotel. I did not like hiding cost when booking by expedia online. When I had to pay for parking, dog, breakfast, taxes my provisional price was almost double.
I definatelly would like to see final price at the beginning of booking online.
Otherwise ewerything was excellent.
The heart and soul of Ghent is the picture-perfect, car-free Old Town. Tour boats ply the Lys River, with the medieval guild houses of Graslei and Korenlei streets casting their reflections upon the placid waters. St. Bavo's Cathedral houses the magnificent Lamb of God altarpiece, painted by the van Eyck brothers in the 1400s. The Gravensteen Castle, built in the 1100s, is another must-see.