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SLH De Witte Lelie Antwerp

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A perennial favorite, this whitewashed hotel (the name, after all, means "white lily") is comprised of a row of three 17th-century restored town houses that contain a total of 10 spacious guest rooms. — Travel + Leisure

This elegantly renovated, but still creaky, 17th-century town house is cloistered away in the student district across a narrow street from the Latvian consulate. — Concierge

Three 17th-century gabled homes were connected to create Antwerp’s quirkiest hotel, De Witte Lelie. — Afar Magazine

Stylish family-run hotel created from three restored 17th-century canal houses set around a central courtyard, near the Grote Markt and old city center. — Andrew Harper

Ask any Antwerp resident for the best accommodation in town and they'll almost invariably send you to the exclusive De Witte Lelie. — Lonely Planet

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Boulevard Leopold Bed & Breakfast

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Restored lovingly by owners Bert Verschueren, a former chef for Neuze Neuze, and designer Vincent Defontaines, the Leopold exudes an imperial history of privilege and comfort. — Concierge

This is arguably one of the most stylish places to sleep in a city known for hip fashion designers and cool antique shops. — The Telegraph

Each of the five rooms and suites in this 19th-century Jewish Quarter mansion has been restored with original moldings, parquet floors, and tiles intact. — Travel + Leisure

Located deep in the Jewish quarter, not far from Stadspark, this grand 19th-century house has been run by the friendly Willems family as a boutique-style B&B since 2010. Beyond the marble... — Fodor's

Housed in a beautiful mansion in the atmospheric Jewish Quarter, this hotel offers grandeur without grand prices. ... The high-ceilinged rooms...ooze quality and charm. — DK Eyewitness

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Hotel Julien

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Informality is the trademark of this elegant hotel... the peaceful setting provides a relaxing refuge. — Fodor's

A stunning boutique hotel located in two restored houses near the cathedral. The 11 rooms are furnished in a cool minimalist style. — Insight Guides

The two charcoal-colored town houses of the Hotel Julien are surrounded by 17th-century churches, gabled mansions, and cobblestoned alleys. — Travel + Leisure

Hidden behind its carriage entrance this hotel is a real gem. It boasts a warm welcome, cosy atmosphere and very refined Scandinavian-style rooms. — Michelin Guide

Style-meisters love this place for the Eames chairs covered in black and white cowhide, pale oak floors, whitewashed furnishings, and beamed ceilings. It's just so…perfect. — Concierge

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Hotel 't Sandt

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A cosy four-star hotel in Antwerp’s historical centre, ‘t Sandt occupies a protected Neo-Rococo building from the mid-19th century that was the site of the city’s first customs duty office. — DK Eyewitness

This friendly and centrally located neo-Rococo property was refurbished in 1993 and again in 2006, when all of its rooms were converted to suites. — Concierge

Only the TV screens are flat in this full-facility boutique hotel, which melds three historic buildings into one harmonious whole. — Lonely Planet

This establishment is in an attractive building with a fine Rococo facade near the banks of the Escaut. — Michelin Guide

A 17th-century neo-rococo mansion that has served as a customs house, soap factory, and fruit importer is now one of Antwerp's classiest hotels. — Fodor's

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Firean Hotel

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This property full of charm occupies an Art Deco-style building (1929). It features public rooms in the style of the period, a flower-filled patio, and personalised guestrooms with antique furnishings. — Michelin Guide

This Art Deco gem, built in 1929, embodies not only the architectural style but also the grace of a bygone era. — Fodor's

An impressive Art Deco mansion situated in a quiet residential neighbourhood, this small, family-run hotel has enormous charm and character. — Insight Guides

This relatively exclusive family hotel offers 15 rooms in a fine 1920s building. — Lonely Planet

A welcoming, four-star hotel in an early-20th century Art Deco mansion. — DK Eyewitness

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Hotel Matelote

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In a 16th-century building on a pedestrianised old-city back street, the Matelote has 10 contemporary styled rooms in five different types. — Lonely Planet

The hotel is just a cobblestone's throw from the historic market, Grote Markt, and is wedged between gently listing 350-year-old merchants' houses. — Travel + Leisure

The intimate Matelote is a refreshing take on the traditional Flemish talent for cozy interiors. — Concierge

A very well-located hotel a stone's throw from the Grand Place. The decidedly contemporary decor fits in marvellously with the perfectly preserved 16C building. — Michelin Guide

Occupying a renovated sixteenth-century brick house on a tiny lane steps from the medieval Grote Markt, the intimate Matelote is a refreshing take on the traditional Flemish talent for cozy interiors. — Condé Nast Traveler

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Sleeping at Linnen

Antwerp 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This B&B, above the owners' über-hip Cocktails at Nine (see Nightlife), may have come second, but it offers one of the city's most exclusive stays. — Fodor's

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Bed, Bath and Bread

Antwerp 73 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In a 1910, belle époque–era townhouse near the vast Gerechtshof (former courthouse), this B&B impresses with authentic wooden floors, high ceilings and beautifully eclectic furniture.... — Lonely Planet

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Hotel Rubens - Grote Markt

Antwerp 72 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This quietly-situated four-star hotel, just a short walk from the Grand Place, offers deluxe accommodation. — DK Eyewitness

The Rubens occupies a stately building near the Grand Place, in which some of the guestrooms have a terrace overlooking the garden. — Michelin Guide

This business travelers' secret is centrally located in the pleasant Oude Stad neighborhood on a crooked street lined with furniture boutiques, quiet restaurants, and Flemish bookshops. — Concierge

In a quiet street set just a little back from the Grote Markt, this friendly hotel welcomes guests with Chocotoffs and a glass of port or sherry on arrival. — Lonely Planet

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Hilton Antwerp Old Town

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Multiple telephones, data ports, and Wi-Fi access make each room business-friendly... there's a new 24-hour fitness center for post-work work-outs. — Fodor's

Well-located next to the historical cathedral, the Antwerp Hilton has some great views over the city’s sights. — DK Eyewitness

A luxury hotel established in 1994 within the walls of the superb, early-20C Grand Bazar building. Sumptuous Belle Epoque ballroom. — Michelin Guide

If you're looking for international business standards but want a superb central location, the Antwerp Hilton is the obvious choice. — Lonely Planet

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The Plaza Hotel

Antwerp 70 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Like its (unrelated) namesake in New York, the Plaza in Antwerp is near Central Park (Stadspark), a brisk walk from the city center. — Fodor's

Priding itself on its personal touch, the four-star Plaza Hotel has rooms that have each been individually decorated by the owner – some even have a walk-in dressing room. — DK Eyewitness

A family-run hotel perfect for a good night's sleep. Spacious bedrooms and cosy suites, a lounge with Chesterfield chairs, plus a pleasant breakfast area and bar. — Michelin Guide

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Radisson Blu Astrid Hotel, Antwerp

Antwerp 70 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This modern, elegant hotel caters admirably for guests in the city on business or for pleasure. — Michelin Guide

Its orange spires rising dramatically above a large square, the Astrid Park could be described as contemporary Legoland architectural confection. — Lonely Planet

This business-oriented hotel with friendly service provides easy access to the Diamond District and shopping on the Meir. — Fodor's

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Hotel Les Nuits

Antwerp 70 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Black-on-black corridors that are fashionable fantasies more than Halloween howlers lead to 24 designer-modernist rooms. — Lonely Planet

A chic hotel above the Flamant stores. Rooms decorated with natural materials in the elegant style of this famous interior design brand. — Michelin Guide

Large, quiet rooms decorated in dark colors include bathrooms separated from the bedrooms by a glass partition (you can look out, but not in). — Fodor's

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Maison Delaneau

Antwerp 70 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

From the editors of Condé Nast Traveler: With a constellation of some of Europe's boldest fashion designers and a thriving indie music scene, Antwerp just keeps... — Concierge

Check out the 11-room minimalist “love shack” in the middle of Antwerp. Those Belgians sure are naughty: there are handcuffs in the mini-bar. — Travel + Leisure

The district’s edgy denizens would feel right at home at the ten-room Maison DeLaneau, a starkly minimalist urban inn where the spacious rooms have all black matte-finished stone floors. — Condé Nast Traveler

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Hotel Hyllit

Antwerp 68 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Here you can roll out of bed and hit the stores. — Fodor's

This hotel on a busy shopping street has obliging staff. There are large and wellappointed rooms...as well as...meeting rooms. — Michelin Guide

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Hotel Rubenshof

Antwerp 68 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The big selling point is that breakfast is served in a fabulous art nouveau dining room adjoining a partly gilded neo rococo salon: this was once the Antwerp second home of Belgium’s cardinals. — Lonely Planet

Once a cardinal's residence, this budget hotel shows remnants of its former glory with a mixture of turn-of-the-20th-century styles. — Fodor's

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Banks Hotel

Antwerp 68 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This hotel with an ultra-modern design exemplifies Antwerp hospitality - even if the owners are Dutch. — Michelin Guide

A lovely hotel in the city center, with a welcome drink on arrival and free drinks at the bar each evening. — Jetsetter

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Antwerp B&B

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Two suites are large at 35 sq metres and two apartments are larger still – all are well equipped and have views over one of Antwerp's nicest squares. — Lonely Planet

Sleeping Around is a new hotel concept combining three popular travel trends: pop-up venues, shipping container architecture and crowdsourcing. — Afar Magazine

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Charles Rogier XI

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A three-suite B&B in the happening Zuid district. — Travel + Leisure

This exclusive three-suite B&B in the happening Het Zuid neighborhood is sumptuously decorated, with ornate furnishings in richly toned woods. — Concierge

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Ibis Antwerpen Centrum

Antwerp 68 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Just a few minutes' walk from the Grote Markt. Rooms are basic, but clean and modern, and popular with business travelers. Some good deals are available in summer. — Fodor's

Modern chain hotel (Accor group) that offers standard facilities and a central location. Handy to Rubenshuis and the fashion quarter, though the immediate area is nondescript. — Lonely Planet

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