Near the Belfort and the Cathedral. 5 minute walk to the Vrijdagmarkt (square) and Gravensteen (a castle). Rooms are small. Rooms are very clean. No carpets on the floor. No ugly smells. The breakfast is extremely expensive. 50 meters from the hotel is a pizza-restaurant and a Delifrance. The serve breakfast as well. There are a lot of good restaurants in Gent. We had diner in restaurant Graslei at the Graslei. Very good. We used Parking Reep. Seminariestraat 9. 7 minute walk from the hotel
This hotel really couldn't be better located. It is right in the centre of the historical centre, with all the attractions therein within a stone's throw. As one might expect from an Ibis, the room itself was compact, but it was clean and the bed was fantastic - one of the most comfortable hotel beds I have ever slept in (and I am very fussy!). I would definitely recommend. The breakfast at 15 euros was quite expensive, but there are plenty of coffee shops and cafes nearby and we just used those instead.
This is again a great offering from Ibis. It's in the best possible location and extremely good from a value for money point of view. It's also clean and modern. I will stay here again if I have the opportunity to visit Ghent again. Highly recommended.
We normaly staying on Hilton hotels. But in Gent we choose Ibis, because we stayed only one night. So it was cheaper then our usual stay but I have to say that staff was really helpful and nice. Room was big and clean. I really appreciate when our littke daughter made a mess in the bed and thr ladies changed our bed within 5 minutes! I was shocked. The hotel is very well situated so everything is very close!
The best thing about this Ibis is it's location. At the corner of one of the main squares, but the rooms face two queit streets.
Friendly staff, fine beds, clean: all ok.
We were less enthousiastic about the size of the rooms (very small) and the sound level from the corridor (other guests coming home at night, being very queit, could be very well heard though).