Spent 4 nights in Ghent in May 2014 for a fiftieth birthday celebration.Travelled via Eurostar and train to the beautiful city of Ghent.If you want to be emerged in european history but still like to eat and drink well Ghent could be for you.Found that there is little or no English translation even on menu's. As in most european countries found that nearly everyone was able to translate the Flemish, Dutch or german in english for us. A great relaxing city break.Numerous places to eat make your way to the tourist information and pick up Restro Ghent leaflet which will give you a place to start.Would recommend T" Vosken by the cathedral for good quality and reasonable priced food ( the beef stew and fish stew where exceptional ). If you want a steak the place to go is Du Prgress by St.Nicholas church the two person T Bone was immense,better like your stark rare though.
Brian from UK
Superbly located in a quiet area in the historical city centre, Place2stay in Ghent offers great accommodation in Ghent …More
"Charming bed and breakfast hotel in quiet location"
We had a wonderful experience at this B&B. Hans and his wife were the most welcoming and wonderful hosts. It was like staying at friends' warm, friendly and hospitable place. We really enjoyed the breakfast which was varied and delicious. Nicely designed dining and bar area with wooden floors, beautiful decorations, right in the middle of beautiful countryside, yet only half an hour drive from Bruges and short drive from Ghent. We were lucky that our stay coincided with an arts biennale of modern Belgium art at Chateau de Pocques 2 minute drive from the B&'B and were given an opportunity to view amazing art and explore the Chateau, thanks to our wonderful hosts who recommended the event. We couldn't have had a better stay and soak the beautiful scenery of Belgium and it's people. This B&B is probably the best we have stayed in, for a long time. We look forward to staying there again.
Maria from London
This guesthouse is located in Aalter (Meetjesland), where area attractions include The Halletoren Belfry and St. Peter's …More
My daughter and I stayed here recently for two nights. The hotel was an easy walk from the train station with trams close by to go into the city centre. We were welcomed by Steven, one of the hotel managers who sat us down with coffee and very helpful information about Ghent. We had a large, comfortable room and tea/coffee making faclities. The breakfast was excellent and the food very fresh.Overall, it made our stay very enjoyable and we would recommend this hotel to anyone.
Jan from Sydney, Australia
Situated in Ghent, this hotel is close to City Museum for Contemporary Art, Museum of Fine Arts, and Citadel Park. Also …More
The hotel staff are very friendly and had no problem communicate in English, the room was clean and comfortable. Free wireless internet connection in the room, a very comfortable place to be after a long day walk around Gent.
CL from London
The Europa Hotel is situated far from the hustle and bustle of town yet an ideal starting point for quick contacts merely …More
Nancy the receptionist was very helpful and friendly and made us very welcome. Room was a little warm but we just opened the window. Great hotel with good transport links to Gent centre by walking or tram.
Barb from Shropshire, UK
With its 25 rooms, ranging from standard to luxurious rooms, the 3-star Astoria Hotel offers you an unforgettable stay in …More
This is a super hotel for tourists. It is close to the centre of Ghent yet in a quiet street. Trams and buses are close by. The staff are helpful and friendly and the rooms are comfortable. The Continental Breakfast is wholesome.
If you are looking for a good-value-for-money accommodation in Belgium then look no further than Hotel Cathedral. Ideal for …More