Sir Plantin Hotel，
Where history meets a modern lifestyle, the new Sir Plantin Boutique Hotel in Antwerp guarantees a 100% no-excuse-service, which is far beyond the expectations of business - and individual travelers. The new boutique hotel is located in the trendy district Zurenborg, just a stone's throw away from several restaurants and pubs. (p) The 176 comfortable and stylish rooms are designed in different colours and ensure a pleasant atmosphere for well-being. All categories of rooms at the Sir Plantin Boutique Hotel are equipped with double or queen-size beds, air conditioning, complimentary drinks from the mini-bar, flat screen TV, IDD telephones, wireless internet access, safety box, bathroom with shower or bath tub and hairdryer. (p) Our Hotel also offers a meeting room, the bar & lounge Moretus where small meals and snacks are served and a Breakfast Restaurant serving the Sir Plantin Royal Breakfast Buffet.
The new Sir Plantin Hotel in Antwerp is located in the trendy district Zurenborg, just a stone's throw away from several restaurants and pubs. Ideally situated nearby the historic Central Station of wonderful Antwerp, the boutique Hotel Sir Plantin is within walking distance to the Zoo, the diamond district and the Diamond Museum, the city park, and about 2 km from the city centre. The boutique hotel is also served by the well developed public transportation network.[查看地图]
|类型：||Avantgarde Superior [学习更多]|
|地址：||Plantin & Moretuslei 136 - 140 [查看地图]|
|语言：||英文 法文 德文 西班牙文|
|可否用信用卡结账：||MASTERCARD, VISA, AMEX|
The diamond capital of the world, a pocket-sized metropolis in the heart of Europe: Antwerp is the largest city in the Belgian region of Flanders. Located on the banks of the river Scheldt, these fascinating city is the second biggest port in Europe with a steady role at the crossroads of world trade. The cobbled streets and the historical buildings suggest the grandeur of the city in the 16th century, its golden age which enriched its centre with five jewels of Gothic and Baroque architecture, the five immense churches which frame the historic heart of Antwerp: the Cathedral of Our Lady, with its 123 m steeple and its collection of paintings by Rubens, the Baroque masterpiece of St Charles Borromeo’s Church, St Paul’s Church with its striking interior and fifty paintings by renowned Antwerp masters Rubens, Van Dyck and Jordaens, the late Gothic St Andrew’s Church and the Brabant Gothic St James’ Church which boasts the tomb of Rubens behind the main altar. Proud of its Medieval, Gothic and Renaissance heritage, in the 20th and 21st centuries Antwerp showed the will to break away from old traditions and start thinking forward: completed in 1905, Antwerp’s Central Station is one of the world's most remarkable railway stations, a symbol of modernism known as the 'Railway Cathedral', it is today one of the city’s key landmarks. A ‘triomfelycke coopstad' (triumphant shopping city) in the 16th century, Antwerp is still today a shoppers paradise, with its pedestrian streets and bustling shopping centres. Entertainment, design, art: Antwerp has got it all!