I stayed in the smaller of the two rooms (the blue room) with my husband, while my friends stayed in the bigger room. As the other reviews say, there isn't much privacy, particularly as the rooms are in an apartment which is all on one-level. The lack of privacy will feel particularly acute for those staying in the smaller room, as you will have to use a toilet situated in the hallway. Which I think is also shared by the owners.
Despite this, I have no other complaints and enjoyed my stay. The room and bathroom were spotlessly clean, the bed was comfortable, it was quiet, it's ony a 15 min walk to the centre and there is parking if you need it. The breakfast was particularly good for the price. For only €2.50 a head, we had bread, pastries, cheese & ham, fruit, yoghurt, coffee and a wide selection of teas. The landlady even suggested that we use anything we couldn't eat for our lunch and left some foil on the table in case we wanted to make up some sandwiches. I've never come across this before in a B&B and appreciated the gesture.
So, if you're fanatical about your privacy, you might want to reconsider staying here. But otherwise, I would definitely recommend it. I've stayed in far worse in Antwerp for a much higher price.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 1. Room with double bed (1.80 m wide and 2.1 m long with two Jensen mattresses), TV and private bathroom and 2 hand-wash basins, bath and sports shower, breakfast for 2 persons included. 2. Room with double bed (1.4 m wide and 2 m long), TV and private bathroom with hand-wash basin and shower; the toilet is in the hall of the apartment close to your room and is not used by the other guests; breakfast for 2 included. 3. Penthouse (non-smoking, 70 sq m) on the eighth floor with private entrance, abounding in daylight and large sunny terrace (40 sq m) with panoramic view over the city spans the entire roof of the building and offers all facilities. ... more less