AddressKorte Nieuwstraat 24 AntwerpSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This discreet boutique mansion-hotel has an understated elegance. Rooms feature Carrara marble, underfloor heating, Moroccan plaster, DVD players and fresh orchids, while some also have exposed beams or old brick-tile floors. A wellness centre lies in the subterranean caverns, and the rooftop view is a well-kept secret.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Julien and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Antwerp.
Description provided by property
Hotel Julien is located around green patios in the centre of Antwerpen, a 5-minute walk from Groenplaats Square. The roof terrace offers unique view of the city.
The guest rooms are situated in 2 historic buildings and have a modern style. They are equipped with a bath or rain shower and free Wi-Fi.
You can relax in the lounge area with books and magazines or have a drink in the bar. The spa is located in the 16th century cellars and offers a steam bath, sauna and rain shower.
Julien Hotel is located a 3-minute walk from De Meir shopping street and the Antwerp Cathedral.
Please note that different policies apply for reservations from 3 rooms.
Please note that a surcharge applies for massages and the use of the wellness facilities.
Services & facilities
- Breakfast in the room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Room service
- 24-hour front desk
- Free WiFi
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