If you are looking for a central hotel in a quiet location then this hotel is perfect. The rooms are compact but comfortable, and very tastefully decorated. We downgraded the room comfort review as the towels are small and, for one of our party, not fluffy enough! Also, there are no tea & coffee making facilities in the room.
The bar staff were extremely friendly, attentive and efficient.
One afternoon, exhausted from our sightseeing, we returned to the sunny garden for a relaxing few hours, maybe even a little snooze. Great service again in the garden.
Be diligent when checking your bill, as mistakes can easily happen. There was no dispute over the discrepancies, but it's worth checking.
All in all a great place to stay in a great place to visit.
This hotel was located right in front of the canal and the room was the size of an American hotel room and bathroom. The only possible negative is that it was TOO American, there wasn't any history inside the hotel, but they do rent bikes, they do have the perfect location, it's clean, and the staff is friendly and helpful.
I'd definitely stay here again!
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.
As we have never been to Ghent and we were only staying for 3 nights, we wanted to make the most of our time. This we achieved as the hotel was perfectly placed for a walk into the centre of this old city. Right by the side of the main river. Peaceful location. Small underground secure car park. Many good restaurants nearby. Hotel and the staff were excellent.
Traveller from Eastbourne UK
This design property is situated in Ghent, near Het Huis van Alijn and Gravensteen. Another nearby point of interest is …More
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.