Travel Guide - Hotels in Antwerp, Charleroi & Ostend
(ANTWERPEN) FEATURED HOTELS, BELGIUM
historically one of the most important cities in the Low Countries both
economically and culturally, is situated on the right bank of the river
Scheldt which is linked to the North Sea by the Westerschelde. The port,
one of the world's largest and in Europe coming behind only Rotterdam and
Hamburg, has a high level of cargo shipping and oil refineries. Families
of the largest Hassidic Jewish community outside of New York traditionally
control what is the main centre for the global diamond industry – ahead
of London's Hatton Garden (aka Diamond Street), New York City's diamond
district, and South Africa. Since the 1990s several graduates of the Belgian
Royal Academy of Fine Arts have become internationally successful fashion
designers in Antwerp. Antwerp Stadhuis (Town Hall) in Grote Markt.
The Antwerp Zoo is one of the oldest and most famous in the world, founded
in 1843, and home to more than 4,000 animals. The Royal Society for Zoology
focused on ensuring the welfare of numerous animals and helping to protect
threatened species for more than 150 years. Also see: Discovering
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the heart of Antwerp, metropolis and world harbour, with a choice between
cosy and quietness, and modern comfort. Luxurious hotel in the city centre
close to the Central Station. With its central location in the historic
centre of Antwerp, the Theatre Hotel is situated in a quiet environment
in the immediate vicinity of the beautiful Bourla-theatre and the greatest
attraction being the world-famous Rubens house, in between a variety of
designer shops, cafes and bistros. Own Health & Relaxation centre (fitness
room, swimming pool, whirlpool, sauna, solarium, Hamam). Free of charge
for hotel guests (except solarium). The restaurant's menu offers something
for every guest - from traditional Belgium dishes to delicious Italian
Plaza Hotel Antwerp
With a mirrored glass façade
overlooking the De Hoertoghe Park, this modern hotel is 3 kilometres from
the city centre. Guests can workout in the fully-equipped fitness room
and relax in the sauna. Staff at the 24-hour front desk can arrange babysitting,
currency exchange and a laundry and dry cleaning service. Motorists will
find onsite parking facilities or the hotel can organise sirport transfers.
There is a gift shop and wireless internet is available in the hotel's
air-conditioned public areas. Coffee and complimentary newspapers are on
hand in the lobby. Large windows afford plenty of natural light in the
contemporary restaurant, which opens onto a terrace for outdoor dining
in fine weather and aperitifs and light snacks are on offer at the Bar.
FEATURED HOTELS, BELGIUM
is the first city and municipality of Wallonia in population. It is located
in the Belgian province of Hainaut. The inhabitants are called Carolorégiens
or simply Carolos. The municipality features an industrial area, iron and
steel industry, glassworks, chemicals, and electrical engineering. Charleroi
is in the center of a vast coal basin, called Pays noir. Many slag heaps
still surround the city.
in a former monastery Charleroi's Photography Museum has recently become
the largest of its kind in Europe, thanks to a new wing opened in 2008.
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Hotel Charleroi City
The Leonardo Hotel Charleroi
City is located in Charleroi, Belgium, 300 metres from Charleroi Sud Train
Station, and 500 metres from the Museum Of Fine Arts and the city centre
shops. Brussels South Charleroi Airport Is Nine Kilometres From The Hotel.
Situated in a modern glass- fronted building, the hotel has a cream-toned
lobby with patterned rugs and a 24-hour front desk. Complimentary newspapers
are provided in the lobby and wireless internet is available in all areas
(fees apply). Staff at the concierge desk can assist with tours and transport.
Belgian and European specialities are served in the Leonardo Hotel's Restaurant
Le Bruxelles, which is decorated in cream with light wood furniture. A
buffet breakfast is available daily for a surcharge. The adjoining Manneken
Pis bar offers a range of Belgian beers.
(OSTEND) FEATURED HOTELS, BELGIUM
(or Ostende) is a Belgian city of about 70.000 people, the largest on the
Belgian coast. In earlier times, it was nothing more than a small village
built on the east-end (Dutch: oost-einde) of an island (called Testerep)
between the North Sea and a beach lake.
Although small, the village
rose to the status of "city" around 1265 when the inhabitants were allowed
to hold a market and to build a market hall.
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hotel is only 150 metres from the beach in the centre of Oostende and features
an indoor swimming pool and fitness centre. Oostende Railway Station is
a 10-minute walk away. De Haan and Brugge are both less than 30 minutes
away by car. The Sea Life Centre in Blankenberge is just over 30 minutes’
drive from Golden Tulip Oostende. Bero features the On The Rock’s Bar which
serves beers and cocktails in a casual setting. It also offers over 70
different whisky including cask-strength whiskies from the Scotch Malt
Whisky Society. Each room at Golden Tulip Bero Oostende includes 32 inch
flat-screen TV and an en suite bathroom. Guests can use the solarium, sauna
and a steam bath at Golden Tulip Bero for a supplement.
Palace has developed into an excellently equipped hotel with 159 rooms,
a bistro, a restaurant and an international conference and seminar centre
with beautiful multifunctional halls. The hotel is impressively located,
directly by the beautiful beach of Ostend, within walking distance of the
exciting city centre. The varied surroundings offer something for everyone,
in the field of sports as well as culture. Everything you dream of in the
culinary field, you will find at Thermae Palace. You will experience our
4-star service personally in our gastronomic restaurant Périgord.
You can dine here à la carte or you can enjoy one of our refined
menus and, of course, the always magnificent view of the sea. In
the attractive bistro Paddock you are always welcome to enjoy a drink or
a cup of coffee, for example after a long walk on the beach, but also for
a tasty and well-catered meal.
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