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Hancelot is located in the city-centre of Ghent: 10 minutes walking distance from the Cathedral. The elegant decorated hotel is located in a former Baron’s townhouse dated 1840: high ceilings, authentic wooden floors, and beautiful chimneys. Hancelot features 12 stylish bedrooms, lobby-lounge, garden, terrace, fitness and sauna. At check-in a welcome-drink is served whilst you become many tips, city-map and elaborate information on Ghent. The personal service of a B&B combined with facilities of a hotel.
All reviews charming hotel no lift original features climbing stairs elegant dining room welcome drink creaky floorboards charming owner third floor quiet street real character ring the bell lovely building minute walk nice decoration old building large comfortable room
Delightful hotel in a fascinating city. We were grateful to have our suitcases carried up three flights of stairs (there is no lift) A lovely spacious room with tea making facilities which was quiet and comfortable. Very good breakfast in elegant dining room with excellent...More
This is more of a B&B really as there are no real facilities here other than the rooms and a breakfast restaurant. A bit old fashioned and plenty of character. Indoor car parking available at 15 euros per day.
Nice large rooms.
Decent breakfast but...More
The hotel is easy to get to with tram/bus from train station. Tram also takes you right to city center. Reception host was very welcoming. He gave us great visit suggestions based our visit length and offered us complimentary refreshments at check in. the hotel...More
On our way back from Concert in Maastricht, (where our car was broken into and luggage stolen) so it was a delight to come into this calming, and most welcoming establishment. Following our Maastricht experience, we didn't really expect to appreciate Ghent, but after a...More