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Three 17th-century gabled homes were connected to create Antwerp’s quirkiest hotel, De Witte Lelie. Full review →
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. Full review →
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.
An atmospheric five-star B&B in Antwerp’s historical core, the whitewashed De Witte Lelie (“The White Lily”) is constructed out of three converted 17th-century canal houses.
Three step-gabled 17th-century houses have been combined to create Antwerp's most exclusive hotel. Full review →
Ask any Antwerp resident for the best accommodation in town and they'll almost invariably send you to the exclusive De Witte Lelie. Full review →
This historic abode fully justifies its reputation for poised sophistication and graceful hospitality.
Small and elegant, and rendered with an eclectic hand, the White Lily is a fragrant little boutique offering run by a charming, hands-on proprietor and a well-trained staff. Full review →
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. Full review →
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