Hotels and More in Antwerp

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  • B&B Suites@FEEK

    Antwerp Center, Antwerp

    9.5 Exceptional 353 reviews
    Description Suites@FEEK is a bed and breakfast in a historic building just outside Antwerp’s old center and 1200 ft from MAS Museum. It offers newly renovated rooms with private spa bathtubs and flat-screen TVs.
  • HotelO Kathedral

    Antwerp Center, Antwerp

    8.3 Very Good 1,323 reviews
    Description HotelO Kathedral is located in the Antwerp’s historic centre, across the street from Cathedral of Our Lady. It features trendy design accommodation with free WiFi.
  • Astoria Hotel

    Antwerp Center, Antwerp

    8.0 Very Good 2,567 reviews
    Description Astoria Hotel is in the middle of Antwerp's Diamond District, next to the city park and within just over 1 mile from the historic Market Square with City Hall.
  • 8.1 Very Good 4,984 reviews

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    Description This hotel lies in the heart of the Diamond Area, right across Antwerp Central Station and the Zoo. It features accommodation with free high-speed WiFi and a Health Club including an indoor pool.
  • B&B Au Lit Jerome

    Antwerp Center, Antwerp

    9.6 Exceptional 289 reviews
    Description Housed in a classified former notary residence dating back to 1895, bed and breakfast Au Lit Jerome benefits from a central location in historical Antwerp, 1.5 km from Groenplaats, Meir and Grote...
  • 9.5 Exceptional 667 reviews
    Description The modern Maison Nationale City Flats & Suites is located in the heart of Antwerp, 350 metres from the Cathedral of Our Lady, Groenplaats Square and Town Square.
Antwerp was highly rated for shopping by 96 guests from the United States!

A Gem of Fashion

As the world’s largest diamond-cutting city, Antwerp (Anvers in French) is naturally affluent. It comes as no surprise then that fashion is also of utmost importance, so the shopping here is excellent. It may not be the cheapest place, but the quality certainly matches the price.

Another big business in Antwerp is the port, one of Europe’s largest. Take a cruise around to admire its scale. The Scheldt River leads from the port into the city, and on its banks are a handful of interesting museums and Het Steen, a medieval castle built to protect the city against Viking invasions.

A few streets back is the Grote Markt, a beautiful square flanked by the grand town hall and 16th-century guildhouses – a typically Belgian scene. Behind this is UNESCO World Heritage-listed Antwerp Cathedral, whose asymmetrical towers look down over Groenplaats, a tranquil square filled with pavement cafes. Belgian beer is legendary and the local brew is De Koninck, which packs quite a punch.

In the south of the city is the most unusual sight – Wilrijk’s huge Jain Temple, one of the largest outside India. A little further east is Antwerp Airport, efficiently connected by public transport to the Antwerp hotels, guesthouses and apartments that are available on