Luxury and tranquility in the 16th century centre of Antwerp.Hotel Matelote, situated in the Haarstraat, in the centre of Antwerp, combines 21st century luxury and 16th century architecture to create an oasis of rest. In walking distance of all the finest that Antwerp has to offer. 9 spacious,individually decorated rooms all boast a contemporary bathroom, flatscreen, minibar and sound system. An exquisite drawingroom invites guests to peace and quiete
DE WITTE LELIE
De Witte Lelie is more than a five star bed and breakfast in a restored 17th century hotel. With its white linen sofas and armchairs, marble fireplaces, Persian carpets, masses of fresh flowers ('Witte Lelie' is dutch for White Lily) this hotel offers classic comfort with a modern, personal touch. Each one of the 10 light-flooded suites is completely different in an exquisite mix of antiques and modern designer furniture. Breakfast is heaven in itself, served in your room with a newspaper and a smile, or at your personal table in the dining room with cold meats and cheeses, Danish pastries, bread rolls, jam and fruit. Mornings can be pleasant too!
Ideally situated in the heart of Antwerp, Hotel Julien welcomes you in two entirely renovated historic houses surrounding a green and quiet patio. It’s the perfect place for those who like a personal touch and a homely atmosphere in a trendy Antwerp.
LUXURY B & B : CHARLES ROGIER XI.
The guesthouse radiates a very personal atmosphere which you cannot expect in a hotel. It offers a rather homely ambiance due to the limited number of rooms. The B&B is located on the southside of Antwerp, known as “Het Zuid”. It is a very popular part of Antwerp as it is the centre of fine restaurants, posh galleries, typical cafes, museums and much more. The ‘Charles Rogier XI ’ has three suites on three separate floors of the house a 19th century building with its typical ornaments inside and out. The refined details which are present in each one of the suites.
This superbe art deco building was originaly built as apartments in 1929 to anticipate the 1930 World Exhibition. It has been restored by the actual owners, the family Iserbyt, in 1986.
Every one of the 15 bedrooms is individually designed and almost all the original features remain, including classic deco enamel and glass specially imported from Tiffany.
The Firean Hotel offers sweet relief to travelers benumbed by the uniformity of chain hotels.
Its location- a residential neighbourhood south of the center but on the way into town whereveryou come from-reinforces the tranquillity inside.
HOTEL THE BLACK
Sexy is back… Back at The Black.Hotel The Black is situated near the famous ‘Zuid’, the most trendy place to be in Antwerp.The Museum of Modern Art is at a walking distance of only 5 minutes, right in the middle of the sparkling city life surrounded by glamorous bars, fancy restaurants and world famous art galleries. The hotel has 4 extra ordinary double rooms. The interior of the whole house has been redecorated in black and white to give the hotel an exceptional sexy look!Eye catcher is a heavenly bath in the middle of each room. Prices are from 125 euro to 175 euro.
Huis Ergo is a majestic patrician residence, or "hôtel particulier," saved from ruin by the current owners and painstakingly restored to its original glory. Bit by bit the building has exposed its secrets and told its story. A story of nobility and ambition. The story of Huis Ergo. A story that you can now share. Huis Ergo is located in the historic town centre, a stone’s throw away from the Rubenshuis (Rubens museum) and close to several art galleries, museums and the venerable University of Antwerp. Several popular cafes and restaurants are within walking distance.
You have the choice of three luxurious B&B rooms. The rooms are spacious and bright, each authentically capturing the atmosphere and elegance of old Antwerp. With ample private parking and a heated swimming pool Huis Ergo provides the perfect base from which to enjoy all that our lovely city has to offer. http://www.huis-ergo.be/
Under the motto 'Small is Beautiful', Maison Delaneau boasts eleven
exclusive rooms and suites, some of which are equipped with a Jacuzzi, an
open fire, a private garden or sauna.Most rooms offer a laptop safe, mini-bar and internet facilities. The spa is like a haven of peace with delightful massage rooms, a hydro tub, a steam room and wet room. www.maisondelaneau.com
FERRIER 30 ( Italian )
Leopold de Waelplaats 30
Tel : 03 216 50 62
RESTAURANT PIZZERIA ARTE ( Italian )
Tel: 03 226 29 70
FISKEBAR ( Seafood )
Tel: 03 257 13 57
SIR ANTHONY VAN DIJCK ( French )
Oude Koornmarkt 16
Tel: 03 231 61 70
BRASSEURS ( French )
Tel:03 237 69 01
FALAFEL BENI ( Vegetarian )
Lange Leemstraat 188
Tel : 03 218 82 11
HOFSTRAAT 24 ( Belgian )
Tel: 03 225 05 45
Tel: 03 770 86 25
L'EPICERIE DU CIRQUE
Leopold de Waelstraat 7
Tel: 03 238 05 71
Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner
Thursday -Friday 12-15 h /19-22 h
Saturday - Sunday 10 - 22 h
Sint Jorispoort 21
0496 66 50 18
Leopold de Waelplaats 2
Graaf van Egmontsstraat 57
LOMBARDIA ( lunch)
Tel : 03 239 13 10
Tel : 03 226 50 01
Korte Gasthuisstraat 3
Tel : 03 232 36 88
Tel : 03 470 28 61
Tel; 03 232 18 58
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Copyright Bookshop run by Hilde Peleman and Johan Boeykens is localised in the new Fashion district of Antwerp, Nationalestraat. They reside in the same block of the Momu (Fashion Museum), the Royal Academy department of Fashion and the Yamamoto Flagshipstore.
Copyright is specialised in books on Art, Architecture, Design, Photography, Fashion and Graphic Design. For the interior they turned to architect Vincent Van Duysen and chose a modernistic, rectilinear style - classic modern in the spirit of Mies van der Rohe and Pierre Chareau- using beautiful quality materials such as spanish marble and dark-stained oak.The bookshop carries a permanent stock of some 6000 titles and an important department of books on Photography.