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Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs EUR 15 per day.
24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Shoeshine, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Honeymoon Suite
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 16 years stay free of charge for extra beds.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 35 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 2.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Hotel Monasterium PoortAckere accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorize your card prior to arrival.
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Score from 1387 reviews Good
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In the middle of the historic old town. On site parking- although there are limited spaces.Piped gentle music in the public areas,very peaceful.The room we had was enormous as was the en suite bathroom
The hotel is in need of re decoration .The breakfast is comprehensive but too expensive& car parking expensive also
The location was excellent. Parking was easy. It was very quiet and restful.
Access to the sleeping area- there was a low beam which was easy to bump your head on.
the amazing buildings, the old furnituers. the quiet.
it wasn't easy to find the room...becaus it's old building, but it's not so bad, just- strang.
Interesting building, only a short hop from the city centre Breakfast was substantial
Old world charm, certainly different but provided all that we needed for this part of our trip. Staff very pleasant, nothing too much trouble.Easy walking to centre of Gent which is a lovely city. Food in the area was excellent - try the Domestica.
Very good location. Nice personal. Clean. Nice place.
A little bit expensive for what it is.
Great breakfast, although it was rather expensive.
The rooms were really ugly, especially for the high price. Such hotel should be rated at least one star less and should be much cheaper. Old furniture and old building. The access to the room was directly on the street!
An attractive looking venue
We were given a room that had not been cleaned and was not what I had booked (reception asked re wrong room 'Is that a problem?). The new room was still not as described when booking and towels were missing. Door handles were virtually useless and hanging out. Windows were so rotten and stuck that I had to force them open. When returning late one evening the reception door was locked so had to call on an intercom (not marked) and was told the room key opened an adjacent door which would have been okay if we were told when booking in. Breakfast was mediocre and greasy with warm drinks and milk. Overall not impressed and would not recommend.
The location is perfect, only five to ten minutes to the historical centre according to you want to see. Breakfast was very good and tehre were very many kinds of food. The buildings are as amazing as all Ghent city. Wi-fi connection was very fast.
Excellent breakfast. Nice light airy room. Wide range of various foods, hot and cold.
No way can the rooms be described as luxury - and i was in one which was supposedly a better room and paid more for. Furnishings and fittings are terrible. Huge sparse room, very high ceilings, sound echoed, floor boards creaked. The work top surrounding the basin had been repaired several times but that did not stop it dropping off again onto my foot. I am very lucky it did not break any bones but I have deep bruising. Although there is supposed to be a bar, it was not available as there was no barman. If you have any sort of mobility problem check where your room is. Even with an elevator you could encounter lots of stairs. I'm neither religeous nor anti-religeous and found it very creepy. I know it is a converted monastery but didn't expect to find it with so many pictures, signs, icons, background "churchy" music.
Very old hotel, no renovation since 1980-x. Awful bathroom, awful beds. Breakfast is poor and expensive.
The beautiful building, the location and the breakfast.
My advice if you like a soft pillow: take your own because the pillows are like wooden planks....
Hotel has a nice touch, because of its former life as a monastery.
The 'traditional' feel should in no way be held as a ransom: untidy, dusty carpet, old furniture, old woodwork. This place is in serious need of a big makeover, to get it up to scratch. As soon as you get over the 'traditional' feel, you feel you fall short when it comes to value-for-money - we felt we paid a hefty price for our room.
We stayed in the little room in the attic. It was quaint and comfortable and a delightful surprise.
The original room that we had was rather tired and outdated.
nothing was good in this place.
Its a catholic hotel, with a lot of catholic symbols all over the place. I do not want to sleep in an ideological place. The service was awfull. The beds are dirty and old, the furniture is old. The smells in the rooms are very awesome.
It's so close to everything ! You could walk or bike and the old city was close and easy to navigate.
You could hear EVERYTHING in the hallway. It wasn't bad until midnight when people were coming back from the bars. This the only.negative thing. I would have brought ear plugs then it would have been perfect!!!
Location is nice, ower room was a detached building from the monastery. Carpet was filthy, the putt of the shower was blockt, no soap in the bathroom.
Breakfast was very nice, lots of choice, beautiful room looking to the garden.
Weak wifi, especially upstairs
Historic building and wonderful atmosphere. Excellent amount of space and baby could sleep on mezzanine whilst we relaxed in seperate area.
Had to carry the pram up one small flight of stairs to family room which was a challenge.
Beautiful little grass area round the back, parking facilities available, helpful staff, great location, beautiful room.
Was clean, but some white dust in some area, maybe from the old walls, also felt really stuffy and warm in the night, had to open all Windows. Lots of creaky stairs, and we were on top floor but has a lift to the 2nd floor, but then a few steps more.
Very noisy room at street level which lasted until 3 AM. Twin beds the only option. Cold in the room
rooms are abused, dirty, no proper cleaning, no value for money,
The location was the only think to like about this hotel.
Although the hotel was into this historical building, the rooms was at least unacceptable for the price paid (it was 132,5 for 3 persons, I trust a fair price for it should be 3 times less). The third bed was actually an old sofa opening bed with no proper mattress and hardly could have a person of 1,78 m. fitting there. Furniture and blankets were so old and not maintained/cleaned. There was no noise insulation so every tenant could hear all the rooms upstairs, downstairs and around. The bathroom sink was broken, toilet's flusher button half broken, no proper ventilation, 20 year old small TV...
The location is central, the room was quiet and breakfast was good.
This hotel looks much nicer on the pictures than it does in reality. I had boked it as a romatic surprise and we were disappointed by the cheap and chipped furniture, the scruffy blankets and the old fashioned colours of the room. At almost EUR 150 per night for a twin, the room was badly overpriced. I would have found about EUR 60 per night acceptable for what we had been offered.
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