If you need a budget hotel in Antwerp, Tryp By Wyndham Antwerp has cheap rooms at 83US$ per night. If you would like to stay in an area that is within easy walking distance of Beeld Heilige Catharina, book a hotel, such as the reasonably priced Ibis Budget Antwerpen Centraal Station. Ambassador Suites Antwerp and Apartments Suites In Antwerp offer affordable apartment rates in the heart of Antwerp Center district.
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Where to stay in Antwerp?
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Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
First-time visitors to Antwerp should consider a stay in the city center, which houses 14 hotels for any budget, such as Hotel Postiljon. A well-connected option, also ideal as a base for exploring Antwerp, is B&B Maryline 25 in the city center. For visitors planning to travel to Borgerhout district of Antwerp, consider staying at Van Der Valk Hotel Antwerpen, with a room rate starting from 120US$.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Antwerp
Hotel 'T Sandt Antwerpen is 4-star accommodation for those who prefer to relax in luxury. Hotel Les Nuits is a chic 4-star boutique hotel situated less than a 15-minute walk from Astrid Square Antwerp. Chain hotels include the 3-star Park Inn By Radisson Antwerpen, with fantastic features including a Jacuzzi and a rooftop terrace.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
The Soul Antwerp offers cozy apartments with a golf course and a sunbathing terrace, situated about 1400 feet from Cafe Hopper. Luxury Apartments Arendshof offers cozy B&B-style accommodation, complete with a tennis court, a golf course and a solarium. If you're traveling on business and looking for hotels in Antwerp near the center, consider staying at B-Aparthotel Moretus next to Onze-Lieve-Vrouw van het Heilig Hart. Premier Suites Plus Antwerp is a great resort for travelers to Antwerp who would like to spend their vacation relaxing with a sauna and an indoor swimming pool.
City Guide: Discover the best of Antwerp
Antwerp is the diamond capital of the world.
The city earned this nickname for a formula of perfection that is based on the city's vivid spirit. Antwerp's lifestyle introduced it to the world as the city open to risk when it claimed to outstrip Paris in fashion.
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Actually, Paris thrives on the fashion giants who were once brought up in Antwerp. The city is hometown to more designers than European couture houses have ever seen. Famous worldwide fashion luminaries like Dries Van Noten and Véronique Branquinho first introduced their experimental clothing in Antwerp and only afterwards presented it on the global fashion scene.
Along with fashion achievements stands the art scene in Antwerp. Such artists as Rubens, Van Dyck, and Jordaens converted the city into the showpiece of artistic development. Antwerp has grown to prominence as one of Europe's leading art centers.
Even though today Antwerp is entangled with being a harbor city only, it goes beyond this. The Europe's second-largest port in the area only adds to the hazardous mix of traditionalism and experimental styles in the city. The best reflection of this tension is architecture to explore in the city.
- Rubenshuis traces Rubens' life and artwork
- Antwerp Zoo, the oldest one in the world with more than 4000 animals and 19th century architecture
- Bourla theatre, a 19th century neo-classicist building
- Carolus Borromeus Church, a Baroque church with beautiful decorations by Rubens' studio
- Middelheim Park, very compact, but beautiful green area to take it easy in the city
From the early years sailors from across the world often docked ships at Antwerp's shores. As the major crossing on the Scheldt River, Antwerp grew to become one of Europe’s leading economic centers. By 1609 trade flourished with new industries and money was invested in the city's reputation of cultural hub. Its printing houses were famous throughout Europe and works by painter Ruben brought an international confidence.
In the 19th century came another wave of prosperity with the world’s largest port after London. In addition, the 1920 Olympic Games brought public interest and construction boom to the city. Consequently, Europe's first skyscraper Torengebouw dominated the city.
Whatever you regard Antwerp, from architecture to fashion, the city is charming to visit and comfortable to stay with Booked.net.