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Are you looking for the most unique places to stay in Belgium? I’ve got you covered with 10 incredible suggestions so you’ll have the most memorable stay imaginable!
Belgium has some true hidden gems when it comes to unique places to stay. In this little country you’ll find luxury hotels overlooking iconic landmarks, secluded tree houses, majestic castles where you’ll feel like royalty and some of the coolest Airbnb’s.
In this list there is something for everyone’s taste. Wether you’re looking for a unique place to stay during a city trip or you want to venture into nature. Get ready to have the best time in Belgium!
Most Unique Places To Stay In Belgium
1898 The Post – Ghent
1898 The Post is a beautiful designer hotel and one of the most iconic in entire Ghent! It is located on the upper floors of Ghent’s old post office building in the heart of the city and offers the most amazing views over Ghent’s landmarks.
There are 38 rooms in total and all of them are decorated in a warm style with high ceilings and antique furniture. Believe me, once you’ve checked in you will not want to leave!
The crown jewel of this hotel is it’s very own cocktail bar called ‘The Cobbler’. Just imagine sipping on one of the best cocktails in town while admiring the architecture outside.
Martin’s Patershof – Mechelen
Mechelen is often one of the most overlooked cities in Belgium and I will never understand why! It’s a beautiful city that you should absolutely visit and when you do Martin’s Patershof is the best place to stay!
It’s one of the most unique places to stay in Belgium cause you’ll be sleeping in a church that has been converted into a luxury hotel. Yes, you heard that right! You’ll wake up in one of the most iconic settings and be greeted by the beautiful glass stained windows.
Every morning, Martins Patershof offers a healthy buffet breakfast with a glass of cava in the impressive choir of the old church building.
Le Quinze – Brussels
Ever wanted to wake up with the most stunning view over the Grand Place? Well that’s exactly possible at Le Quinze in Brussels! This simple and elegant hotel is the perfect place to stay while explore Brussels on foot!
There are 15 romantic rooms in total and while placing your booking make sure to pick one which offers a view over the Grand Place.
Manoir de Lébioles – Spa
Ever wanted to stay in a castle and feel like royalty? All of that is possible at Manoir de Lébioles, a beautiful castle located on the outskirts of Spa. The mansion was built in 1910 and used to serve as a place for performances of the National Theatre, concerts, hunts and balls.
But now it is actually possible to stay here. Enjoy a stroll in the beautiful garden or take a trip to the beautiful city of Spa. Every room is individually decorated and has a free standing bath and fireplace. And for the foodies out there: the restaurant is managed by the well known chef Oliver Tucki.
Mozart Hotel – Brussels
Ever wondered what it’s like to wake up and feel like you stepped into one of the stories of a Thousand and One Nights? That’s exactly what will happen at the Mozart Hotel in Brussels. This unique hotel is located only 10 minutes walking from the Grand Place and once you step inside you will be blown away by it’s interior!
The interior decoration is a mix of Middle Eastern and Andalusian styles and offers a patio that will make you feel like you stepped into a beautiful riad in Marrakesh.
Les Cabanes de Rensiwez – Houffalize
Ever wanted to stay in a beautiful cabin in the woods? Then you definitely have to check out Les Cabanes de Rensiwez! Each cabin offers a different experience in the heart of the Ardennes but no matter which one you choose you’ll be able to completely unwind and relax.
Every cabin is fully equipped to offer you all of the comfort you need: a kitchenette, wooden stove,… some even come with their own sauna and a wooden bath tub.
While I was researching for that one particular cabin in Belgium I stumbled upon one of the coolest places to stay: Slow Cabins. They are the perfect place to escape the city life and truly explore nature. Discover these cabins with your loved one or indulge in some family time. They offer something for everyone!
Slow Cabins are mobile and eco-friendly cabins that are completely self-sufficient when it comes to water and electricity. Once you’ve made your booking a secret location is chosen close to your home and there will be no internet. Perfect to completely escape everyday life!
Ne5t Hotel & Spa – Namur
At Ne5t you’ll get to stay at one of the most charming farms in Belgium! It took the owner nearly 10 years to transform his farm into the romantic wellness hotel it is today. Including an enormous swimming pool and fabulous restaurant.
The rooms were transformed into 4 elegant suites and 2 duplexes in totally different styles. It’s honestly the perfect place for a romantic getaway and only 5 minutes driving from the centre of Namur.
Reus from Horebeke
While The Netherlands may be famous for their windmills in Belgium you can find one of the most unique places to stay in Horebeke! The Reus from Horebeke is a beautifully restored windmill which now serves as a holiday home. It includes 2 bedrooms, a kitchen, a lounge area, a dining room and a bathroom.
Martin’s Klooster – Leuven
Martin’s Klooster is owned by the same company as Martin’s Patershof and will transport you back to Medieval times. Martin’s Klooster is a four-star hotel that’s beautifully located in the historical center of Leuven. It’s an exceptional part of Leuven’s heritage, with its steeple, porte-cochère, gable, casement windows, shutters and oaken beams. Every guest room has its own singular style and emanates serenity and elegance.
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Charlotte Lint is the founder of Charlies Wanderings.
Charlotte has traveled all over the world and is based in Belgium where she also owns her very own dental practice.
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