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This 1895 showpiece has a jaw-droppingly sumptuous French Renaissance–style foyer with marble walls, coffered ceiling and beautifully etched stained-glass back windows...
Hotel Le Cygne D'argent
Swan into this family-owned hotel located on a quiet backstreet in the city centre. There's cheap brekky and the rooms are modern, spacious and well presented and the place has an aura of respectability...
Royal Windsor Hotel Grand Place
If you yearn to be ensconced in mahogany, oak, regal fabrics, and plush carpets, this fastidious old-school hotel should fit the bill. Among the stratospheres of the 266 rooms are 'standards' with draped bedheads and royal-purple upholstered chairs...
Radisson Blu Hotel, Hasselt
This new top-ender occupies the only twin towers on Hasselt's skyline and is impossible to miss.
Hotel De Flandre
The classy new hotel uses a well chosen touch of semi-minimalist modernism to bring fresh life to this proud 1804 building...
Hotel Le Châtelain
OK, so not all the 107 rooms in this five-star establishment technically qualify as suites, with separate living and sleeping areas, but they're still decadently spacious with ample room to swing a litter of cats...
Radisson Blu Astrid Hotel, Antwerp
Its orange spires rising dramatically above a large square, the Astrid Park could be described as contemporary Legoland architectural confection and would look at home on the outskirts of Las Vegas...
Entering this classic step-fronted house is like wading into a mousse of colour. The reproduction old master paintings, very blue walls and age-effect woodwork are classy to some tastes, but rather forced to others...
Rosenburg Hotel Brugge
The sun rising over the Coupure canal creates a misty marvel which is particularly photogenic when viewed between the chaos of moored barges seen from the gates outside the comfortable, modern Hotel Rosenburg...
The history and location of this fine old palace make it special even if the rooms aren't especially outstanding. Originally built in 1600, this grand building is ripe with history. In 1781 it hosted the Emperor of Austria...
Built in 1917 and operating as the Hotel Siru since 1932, this distinctive turreted building is actually part of the Comfort Hotel chain. Don't be deceived: none of the 101 rooms here are alike - or like anything you'll find anywhere else...
Hotel Saint Michel
Its unique location right on the fabulous Grand Place means you just might forgive the dowdy decor, soft mattresses and a lift like a goods elevator...
Ramada Plaza Antwerp
With its soaring spikes of silver girded black glass, this international, business-style tower feels like a modernist iceberg photographed in negative...
Die Swaene Small Luxury Hotels
Die Swaene occupies two lavishly (over)decorated separate buildings. They face each other across one of the most sought-after sections of Bruges's canal. Hold tight for sensory overload. The visual feast starts in the main building reception area...
The eight slightly musty guest rooms are better than you’d fear from the creaky access stairs. It's very central (albeit potentially noisy) above a cocktail bar where you check in.
This basic place has clean, modern rooms and makes a well-located base in the EU quarter if you need to be close for business. It's in a quiet spot if you want to be out of the city, and is ideal if you're driving, with free garage parking...
Hotel Izan Avenue Louise
Built in 1970, the brown-tinted modular glass facade of this hotel incongruously conceals an upmarket boutique establishment with an exclusive air, whose 80 sumptuously carpeted rooms are stuffed with plush heritage-style sofas, armchairs and artworks...
Brilliantly fashioned out of a renovated 17th-century tannery, this unique hotel unites modern comfort with historical charm. It’s a complex warren of 32 rooms, no two the same...
This very welcoming family hotel established in 1958 uses model yachts to give the lobby and piano room a certain nautical feel...
Facing the vaulted collonade of lace-shops that makes up the belfry's rear end, Martin's is about as central as you can get...
Hotel Jan Brito Small Elegant Hotel
This 16th-century-listed building has the requisite brick step-fronted facades, with main rooms which were heavily gentrified in the 18th century...
Theater Hotel Leuven Centrum
Just skipping distance from the Grote Markt, this discreet hotel offers huge bathrooms, small beds and soothing décor, and it's child friendly (free cots and highchairs).