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10 quirky hotels in Belgium

Quirky hotels in Belgium

Belgium boasts a variety of unique and unusual hotels that cater to diverse tastes, ranging from historical landmarks to artistic havens and quirky accommodations. Here are ten unusual hotels in Belgium.

Martin’s Patershof, Mechelen

This hotel is set in a converted 19th-century church, complete with stained-glass windows and vaulted ceilings. Guests can enjoy the serene atmosphere of Martin’s Patershof while staying in rooms that were once part of the church structure.

nHow Brussels Bloom

Known for its artistic flair, each room in the nHow Brussels Bloom features unique hand-painted frescoes by different artists. The hotel promotes creativity and contemporary design, providing a vibrant and inspiring environment.

La Balade des Gnomes, Durbuy

This fairy-tale themed hotel offers whimsical rooms inspired by legends and fantasy. One of the most famous rooms is designed to look like a Trojan horse. Each room of La Balade des Gnomes provides a different magical experience.

River Lodge Hotel Insolite, Maredsous

Ten unusual rooms in a charming hotel in a peaceful location on the banks of a river. Escape to the jungle, the desert, outer space, or even the Titanic! The River Lodge Hotel Insolite Maredsous is also close to the beautiful Gardens of Annevoie.

Pairi Daiza Resort, Brugelette

Incredible immersive hotel among bears, tigers and sea lions. This immersion in the heart of the wild animals allows you to observe them at close quarters without disturbing them, and in complete safety thanks to the huge picture windows. The Pairi Daiza Resort is thus a definite unique experience.

Vintage Hotel, Brussels

As the name suggests, the Vintage Hotel Brussels is dedicated to mid-20th century design. The hotel is decorated with original vintage furniture and accessories from the 1950s to the 1980s, giving it a nostalgic yet trendy vibe. A trip down memory lane – if you’re a certain age!

The Pand Hotel, Bruges

This charming boutique hotel is housed in an 18th-century carriage house and exudes vintage elegance. The Pand Hotel Bruges is decorated with antiques, Ralph Lauren fabrics, and period furnishings, creating a cozy and sophisticated ambiance.

Train Cabin Hostel, Brussels

Train enthusiasts will love the Train Cabin Hostel where guests can stay in converted train carriages. The decor is inspired by the golden age of train travel, providing a nostalgic yet comfortable stay.

1898 The Post, Ghent

Boutique Hotel 1898 The Post occupies Ghent’s former head post office, a neo-Gothic marvel built for the 1913 World’s Fair. Nods to the building’s past blend with furnishings reminiscent of a literary retreat, featuring antique writing desks, glass ink bottles, and bookcases.

Yooma Urban Lodge, Brussels

Yooma Uban Lodge Brussels is the Comic Book Hotel. The rooms are part of a complete ecosystem centered around Franco-Belgian comic books. If this is your scene, this is your hotel. Very popular with children.

I hope you find a quirky hotel in Belgium to your liking! Any questions or further suggestions, just drop me a line. For other hotels in Belgium, click here:


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