Nice loft room with the bathroom at the lower level, so that in the night was a bit inconvenient but otherwise good for a short stay. The luggage rack and the wardrobe also on the lower level made us plan ourselves a little not to go up and down all the time. But overall a very good experience.
Traveller from dubai
Stylish hotel in the heart of Gent, 300 metres from Gravensteen castle and the famous Graslei and Koornlei streets.With warm …More
Very wierd room layout. 2 single beds at 90degrees to each other, large room with no other furniture in it.
Seemed as though the room was under refurbishment and had been cobbled together for us.
Rest of the hotel seemed nice and the staff very pleasant and helpful
Perfect for someone with luggage travelling around Belgium by rail. Tram service and bus service right outside. Short walk from Gent St Pieters railway station. Friendly staff. Good continental breakfast. Clean. About a 20 minute walk into the city, but you can always take a bus or tram which stops right outside.
I did the mystery booking for a 4 star hotel and was disappointed that rather than an Intercontinental hotel I was placed at a Holiday Inn. This is a typical Holiday Inn with modest accommodation and a restaurant. The décor was outdated but the room was comfortable. The staff was very friendly. It's located far away from anything except an IKEA and the restaurant closes between lunch and dinner so you can't eat until 18:30 with nowhere locally to purchase food. The restaurant was good quality but with both meals I had the meat was overcooked. Generous breakfast buffet. Access from the ring road is very confusing. Free wifi throughout the hotel but had to pay a daily rate for parking and breakfast.
This hotel was a fabulous Belgic gem of a venue to celebrate a romantic break in Ghent.
This hotel was very good indeed and I would highly recommend due to its charm and presentation. The customer service was excellent and all presented with chic decor.
Traveller from Rainham Kent
This authentic Charme hotel is situated in a renovated Town House dated 1840. The stylish decorated rooms are very spacious …More
Very nice looking reception, bar and restaurant.
Rooms are small - but clean and fully featured.
Just a 10 minutes walk through shopping area or down pleasant canal to centre of historic area of Ghent.
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.