Public Question Asked by W Lee about Ghent
Has anyone been to Ghent (in Belgium) recently and could recommend a good hostel or family-run type of small hotel? (for 2 ppl)
Preferably something clean and relatively close to city center or convenient to public transportation. Ideally I'm looking for something at or below $100/night.
The Best Answer
Answered by Angelita , Helchteren, Belgium
Logies Onderland (Rue du Mitan)
Logies Onderland offers bed and breakfast in the restored coach-house of a 19th century mansion in the old centre of Ghent...
Logies Onderland offers bed and breakfast in the restored coach-house of a 19th century mansion in the old centre of Ghent.
The entire coachhouse is reserved for our guests,which guarantees you quietness and privacy.
We offer two double and one quadriple room,each with cable tv,private bathroom and views on the garden.
We also offer a luxury two bedroom apartment with a sittingroom,diningroom,fully equiped kitchen and a design bathroom.The apartment has two very spacious bedrooms,each with sitting corner.
The breakfastbuffet can be used in a seperate breakfast room or on the gardens terrace
On request you can make use of our sauna
from € 26
Ecohostel Andromeda (Zuidkaai)
Would you like to stay in a great place that is run in an absolute ecological way?
We have a no smoking policy. Pets aren't allowed. Bed linen is included, but we ask you to bring a sleeping bag if possible. City tax is not included (2,5 € a night).
from € 23
HI De Draecke Gent (Gewad)
In an excellent location in a quiet street right in the centre of Gent, the hostel is just 150m from the famous medieval Castle of the Counts. Retaining a period façade, it offers a high standard of accommodation with 27 rooms all with private bathrooms. Facilities include TV, internet access (Hotspot), bar, and self-service restaurant. A great buffet style breakfast & sheets are FREE. The hostel has WIFI internet, you can use your own laptop or the internet kiosk at the hostel. The hostel's bar with a great choice of Belgian beers may be the perfect starting point to discover this city with 55.000 students.
There is always something to do. Museums, pubs, shops, restaurants, theaters ... are all within walking distance.
Although the hostel is only open until 11pm, guests have 24h/24h acces, NO LOCKOUT NO CURFEW.
This hostel is part of the Flemish Youth Hostels Association , which is a membership organization. The prices quoted are member's prices. A non-members supplement of €3 per person per night will be charged on arrival for those guests not in possession of a valid IYHF/ Hostelling International membership card
from € 20
Answered by Peter Meuris , Mechelen, Belgium
By far the best place to start looking is http://www.bedandbreakfast-gent.be/
There you find all the local Bed and Breakfasts in one list.
Answered by Kentin Malak , Bruxelles, Belgium
If you want to fine a good hôtel, go on the websibe www.booking.com! You ll CAN find a lot of hôtels at 60 €!!! Welcome in my city!