Welcoming reception; spacious rooms; comfortable beds and spotlessly clean.
The hotel is located within 2 minutes of the Menin Gate memorial arch. It has its own car park (which needs to be pre booked).
Breakfast was excellent.
The Hotel provided an excellent car park, leaving it secure and us to enjoy the stay. The room was large and bare. The facilities were ok and the view from the windows were excellent. What we did rave about was the staff, particularly the two bar men in the evening and the young lady who served us breakfast, she was industrious and charming to boot. We must mention the people of Ypres after observing the Menin gate parade (and the young band in particular) the whole ceremony was humbling and a credit to all involved.
A great friendly and family oriented hotel within a few minutes walk of the Menin Gate and restaurants in the town square. Free parking close by. Only an hours drive from Dunkirk Ferry Terminal it is a great place to base yourself for either a WW1 experience, remembrance of just a European holiday. Great breakfast included and friendly staff with a vast range of knowledge of local amenities, museums and trips.
After a frustratingly slow check in this hotel was good. It is very close to the Menin Gate and Square. The facilities were great-apart from an uncomfortable bed (a double made up from two single). Breakfast was delicious, the host was lovely.
A comfortable hotel with plenty of parking, 20 minutes walk from The Menin Gate (through a light industrial estate).
Popular with coach parties, but our room was quiet and had an excellent and powerful shower.
The buffet breakfast was also good.
The rate via Expedia also undercut the advertised rack rate by about 30% on our stay, which was a pleasant surprise.
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My only regret about our stay here was that we were only staying one night. Within minutes of arriving I wanted to stay longer. Probably the best hotel I have ever stayed for the whole experience. It's not cheap so the average holiday maker may not stay here but as with all things life you get what you pay for and this was worth every penny.
Nice bright apartment on a great location just off the main square. Larger than I though it would be.
Well equipped and thoughtfully supplied things like tissues in the bathroom, few toys, cooking oil and tea and coffee. The kitchen had everything we needed and we cooked there rather than eating out so a big saving as eating out in Ypres is rather costly especially when you have 5 to pay for.
On the minus side he counted the 16 month old baby as an occupant adding €50 to the cost. A couple of minor repairs needed such as re fixing the loo door handle and a more efficient shower screen.
Visiting one of the most important monuments to the fallen in World War I, it was a treat to be the guest of Benoit, who has devoted himself to the Last Post ceremony at the Menin Gate, and to ensuring that his guests have the full experience of understanding what the British and Commonwealth Forces did in the Ypres Salient. It was a wonderful place to be with an excellent host.
This ancient city is rich with history, beginning with raiding by the Romans in 1 BC. During World War I, the town was nearly destroyed. The original Cloth Hall in Ypres was built in 1304, and was carefully rebuilt after the war. The hall is part of a complex recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site.