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Hotels in Ypres

It is probable that the most eye-catching feature of Ypres is its outstanding Cloth Hall, which, despite suffering severe damage in the First World War, has been carefully restored in its original condition. The city has existed since at least the Roman Empire, and became an affluent Flemish settlement by the Middle Ages, when it sold large quantities of linen to England.

The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing, one of the most visited sights in the city, commemorates the tens of thousands of soldiers who lost their lives in the Ypres Salient battles of the First World War. Ypres, which is also known in Dutch as leper, is just a short drive from the Tyne Cot Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery and Memorial to the Missing, which was established in 1917 and is the world's largest cemetery dedicated to Commonwealth forces.

The Cloth Hall

Completed near the turn of the 14th century, the Cloth Hall was also Ypres' main market venue and the centre of Flanders' highly successful cloth industry. The structure is most noted for its decorative 70m tall belfry tower, and was fully restored by 1967 after more than 30 years of reconstruction.

In Flanders Fields Museum

Remembering the lives of more than 600, 000 people who lost their lives in Flanders, the In Flanders Fields Museum is a place where people can really reflect back on the events of a conflict that transformed the course of European history and has, in some shape or form, impacted on the lives of practically every human being alive today. The museum, which is in the Cloth Hall, includes a special First World War research centre, and offers a profound insight into the bleak realities experienced by so many men, women and children.

Nearby: Bellewaerde

An excellent choice for a family day out, the Bellewaerde theme park celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2004 and is the oldest amusement park in Belgium. The attraction, which welcomes close to a million visitors annually, contains a superb zoo, a 4D Cinema, plenty of fun rides, and a spectacular Boomerang roller coaster that opened in 1984.

Where to dine in Ypres

Enjoy some delicious American-style and vegetarian cuisine at the Paul's Boutique restaurant, or visit Capella if you're after some authentic, divine Belgian food. Other restaurants serving fantastic dishes include the Belgian-themed De Ruyffelaer restaurant, French and Belgian-inspired Den Olifant, the Italian-themed Trattoria Alloro, and the Het Moment steakhouse.

Accommodation suggestions

Popular, reputed Ypres hotels include the elegant Ambrosia Hotel, the comfortable, chic, and conveniently located Main Street Hotel, and the stylish Hotel Ariane. Other great places to stay in the city include the BEST Western Flanders Lodge, the Kasteelhof 't Hooghe, and the Hotel Regina.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Ypres

What are the best hotels to stay in Ypres?

According to our booking data, one of the most booked hotels in Ypres is Novotel Ieper Centrum Flanders Fields.

What are the most convenient hotel rates in Ypres?

The lowest price for a double room in Ypres is £55.

What hotels are in the central Ypres neighborhood?

If you want to stay near the center of Ypres, you can consider staying at B&B Sabbajon, B&B Ter Vesten and Hotel O Ieper.

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