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Enjoy the historical city centre of Ghent and relax at our hotel. The Novotel Gent Centrum is centrally located, making it ideal for both business and leisure. After a busy day it's time to unwind in the Novotel and grab a drink on the terrace, take a dip in the pool or relax in the sauna. An extensive breakfast buffet is offered daily and lunch and dinner can be enjoyed in the hotel restaurant. All rooms are spacious and equipped with a minibar, safe, work desk, temperature control and free WiFi.
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Set in a residential area in Ghent, a 17-minute walk from the historical centre, B&B Faja lobi offers guest rooms with free wireless internet. This bed and breakfast comprises a garden with a terrace and a games room. For every booking, the property supports Congo’s tree-planting programme. Rooms are equipped with an iPod docking station and an electric kettle. Offering garden views, each unit comes with a bathroom with a bath or shower, free toiletries and a toilet. At B&B Faja lobi, guests can enjoy a free breakfast until noon. You can turn to a range of restaurants, cafés and bars within an easy walking distance. The bed and breakfast is 1.1 km from Saint Peter’s Square with the Abbey. The 3 Towers of Ghent with the Belfry and Saint Bavo Cathedral are within 2 km. Ghent Saint Peter’s Train Station is 3.1 km.
Hotel Adoma is a 3-star hotel, situated at 500 metres from the St Pieters railway station. It offers spacious accommodation with flat-screen TVs. The rooms are decorated with modern design furniture and have private bathroom with free soap amenites. The TV comes with a DVD player and satellite channels. Wireless internet is available. Guests can enjoy a basic breakfast every morning in the hotel's breakfast room. There is a tramstop at 500 metres from the hotel, offering easy access to Ghent's historical centre and Flanders Expo. A shuttle to Brussels Airport can be found within 800 metres from the Adoma.
Atlas B&B is located in the historical centre of medieval Ghent, a 10-minute walk from the Castle of The Counts and 1 km from the Belfry and the Saint Bavo’s Cathedral. The bed and breakfast offers themed rooms and free Wi-Fi access. Decorated according to one of the 7 continents, rooms here will provide you with a TV, a seating area and cable channels. Featuring a hairdryer, the private bathrooms also come with a bathrobe and free toiletries. Extras include a fan. At Atlas B&B you will find a bar. Other facilities offered include meeting facilities, a shared lounge and luggage storage. The bed and breakfast is 1.1 km from the shopping district and Korenmarkt Square, 4.1 km from Flanders Expo and 1.9 km from Saint Peter’s Square. Ghent Saint Peter’s Train Station is 3 km from Atlast B&B. The property offers parking at an extra cost.
This bed and breakfast offers accommodation in a 19th-century mansion in Ghent city centre, a 5-minute walk from the UNESCO heritage listed Beguinage. Logidenri features free Wi-Fi and a small courtyard garden. Some of the rooms at Design B&B Logidenri feature a home cinema, other feature a cable TV with a DVD player. Each unit includes a work desk and tea and coffee making facilities. Guests can enjoy a daily Continental breakfast with freshly baked bread. St. Bavo’s Square and the Belfort are 700 metres from Logidenri. Brugge and Brussels are both a 40-minute drive away. Antwerpen is a 40-minute drive.
Featuring free WiFi, B&B Lieven Bauwens offers accommodation in Ghent's Millionaires' Quarter, 2.6 km from the city's historical centre. Easily-accessible public transport will take you there in 10-15 minutes.#CheckinPolicy 14:00:00,CheckoutPolicy 12:00:00,AmenityInformation Additional amenities: Heating, Garden, Private check-in/check-out, Sun Deck, Pets Not Allowed, Beach/pool towels, German, English, French, Wardrobe/Closet, Linens.,
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Hotels in Ghent
Ghent is in the Flemish part of Belgium. The city has a cosmopolitan atmosphere, with beautiful canal-side architecture and the fresh, modern influence of several thousand university students. You'll enjoy a very warm welcome when you check into a Ghent hotel, and wherever else you go for that matter. The generous hospitality of the city's residents is well known.
Things to do in Ghent
Do as the locals do and hop on a bicycle – you'll see them everywhere. It's easy to get around the city centre on foot, but the main train station is a half-hour walk away. If you're on a bike, steer clear of the tram lines and watch out for cobbles.
Visit the Belfort en Lakenhalle (the belfry and cloth hall). It was built in the 14th century as a monument to the city's independence. From the upper gallery, which is 66 metres above ground, there are panoramic views of Ghent.
STAM is the Ghent city museum. Housed in the 14th-century Bijloke Abbey, it tells the city's story with more than 300 historical artefacts.
Belgian food and drink
When you think of Belgium, you probably think of Belgian chocolate. In Ghent, there are so many choices that you may want to save the chocolate for last.
The city's reputation for delicious, quality food has spread considerably. There's also a strong Turkish population in Ghent, with Turkish restaurants dotted around.
The Flemish influences over the region can be seen in local speciality stoverij. It's meat (traditionally beef) simmered for three hours in dark beer. This tender, marinated meat is served with Belgian fries – better known in the UK as French fries. The name's still a matter of dispute, so stick with ‘Belgian' for as long as you stay in Ghent.
Taking a canal cruise is a popular activity, and it helps you see more of the local area. It's possible to book private tours for just you and your family. Some tour operators run themed cruises, such as the pancake cruise and the shrimp cruise where you can eat as much as you like on the way.
If you stay in Ghent during the winter, don't miss out on the Belgian Christmas Market. It's held in Saint-Bavo Square, with more than 50 stalls. Alongside locally made candles, jewellery and other crafts, you can pick up a mug of warming Gluhwein.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Ghent
What are the best hotels to stay in Ghent?NH Gent Belfort and Novotel Gent Centrum are some of the popular hotels in Ghent.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Ghent?The lowest price for a double room in Ghent is £59.
What hotels are in the central Ghent neighborhood?The best hotels near the center of Ghent are Guesthouse PPP, Erasmus Hotel and Pillows Grand Boutique Hotel Reylof Ghent.
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