Destinations in Belgium

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Belgium

— Antwerp, Belgium

(Rated 9.8, 40 reviews)
Set in Antwerp, this boutique hotel is located in a renovated mansion from 1864. Guest house Cabosse features accommodations with a garden and a terra ...

— Antwerp, Belgium

(Rated 9.7, 109 reviews)
These suites and apartments are located in Anwerp’s fashion district. Aplace Antwerp City Flats & Suites offers modern accommodations with free ...

— Ghent, Belgium

(Rated 9.5, 352 reviews)
One of our bestsellers in Ghent! Boasting lake views, Rooms With A View features accommodation with a balcony and a kettle, around 4.3 miles from Ghen ...

— Ghent, Belgium

(Rated 9.4, 372 reviews)
Located on a quiet street in the heart of Ghent, Ganda Rooms & Suites is housed in a 18th century style townhouse with a patio and terraces. Free ...

— Ghent, Belgium

(Rated 9.4, 775 reviews)
One of our top picks in Ghent.Pillows Grand Hotel Reylof renovated rooms and public areas in October 2018. The hotel is located in Gent, only 1,650 fe ...

— Antwerp, Belgium

(Rated 9.4, 411 reviews)
An oasis of tranquility and hospitality. Just as soon as you cross the threshold of this carefully restored, stately townhouse, you become conscious o ...

— Antwerp, Belgium

(Rated 9.4, 173 reviews)
This hotel offers luxuriously decorated rooms in the former parsonage of St. Jozef church 2.4 km from the Grote Markt. Tissu includes free Wi-Fi and a ...

Experience Rich Cuisine And An Even Richer History In Belgium

You may already be a fan of Belgium’s world famous chocolate, waffles and beer, but just wait until you see what else this beautiful country has to offer. Like the city square of Brussels, where walking down the street feels like you’ve been transported back to the 1600’s, with its grand architecture and intricate craftsmanship. Or the must-see Citadel of Dinant. Located in the Wallonia region, this great Belgian fortress sits unnervingly atop a giant cliff face, giving you a birds eye view of the River Meuse flowing through civilization below. Belgium is also the perfect destination for active travellers, with plenty of hikes, water sports and cycling adventures to be had. Unforgettable scenery and monuments. World famous chocolate and waffles. What more could you ask for?

Travel Belgium

Explore The Grand Place

The Grand Place (or The Grote Markt), is a world heritage site located in the city square of Brussels. Here you’ll find yourself surrounded by majestic Guildhalls, the city’s town hall and the Breadhouse building - home to the Brussels museum. Most of the buildings in the area date back to the 17th century, taking you back to simpler and more elegant times. There’s also always something to see in the square, with festivals and cultural events taking place all year round.

Indulge In Belgian Chocolate And Waffles

When visiting a new country you simply have to taste the local food. And the good news is, delicious food is Belgium’s fortay. Start with the mouth watering Belgian waffles. Just remember in Belgium they’re not actually called Belgian waffles. Instead they come in a number of different varieties including Liège waffles, Brussels waffles and more. Then there’s the chocolate. You’ll find famous brands like Neuhaus and GuyLian at the airport, but the real magic happens in specialist chocolatier shops, like the tourist favourite in Brussels: “Frederic Blondeel.”

Wander The Grand Halls Of The Royal Palace Of Brussels

Step into a different world and admire the sparkling chandeliers, sky high ceilings and magnificent paintings of the royals of old. Found in the center of Brussels, The Royal Palace is the official palace of the king and queen of Belgium. Along with the jaw dropping aesthetic, inside you’ll also bare witness to fascinating affects which belonged to famous royals of the past. During summer time (22 July to 2 September) the palace can be visited free of charge (except on Mondays), where you’re given access to selected rooms.

Tips and Travel Information for Belgium


The language the locals speak will depend on which area of Belgium you’re in at the time. In the north of Belgium most speak “Flemish” also known as Flemish Dutch. Whereas in the south half of Belgium they typically speak french. In eastern parts of the country locals have also been known to speak german. As with anywhere you travel, it’s recommended you become familiar with common words and phrases to make things easier.

Getting Around in Belgium

In Belgium tourists will usually train, bus or drive rental cars. Catching the train in Belgium is fairly simple and efficient - taking passengers at least once every half hour to an hour. Busing in Belgium is usually slower than catching a train, and not much cheaper. Busing is only more advantageous in rural areas where train services are limited. Belgium’s roads are easy enough to navigate if you choose to hire a vehicle. Just be aware, renting does tend to add up and Belgians do have a reputation for being aggressive drivers.

Best Time To Visit

Belgium’s busiest periods are in the summer time between July and August. If you want to avoid the rush, the best times to visit are between April and June, or September and October. During this time there’s less activity, but don’t worry, Belgium is still stunning during the spring and fall seasons.

Find Boutique Hotels In Belgium

Stay somewhere just as graceful as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in Belgium.