We visited the biennial art exhibition Manifesta in Genk and spent two nights in this delightful hotel. The company only acquired this hotel in January 2012 and are in the process of upgrading it. Public rooms are finished, and are tastefully modern and comfortable. They are in the process of refurbishing the bedrooms. Ours had apparently not yet been done, but nonetheless it was spacious and comfortable. Tea and coffee-making in the room, a safe, a fridge (with plenty of room for our own drinks), very comfortable beds, and a view over the park and lake. There's a large terrace at the back of the hotel, that opens onto the park, where you can eat - and the food is excellent, both in quality and value. The staff were all friendly and helpful - we had bought several cases of champagne in France and didn't want to leave it in the car, so they stored it in a locked room by the reception and helped us reload it when we left. The only possible drawback - that we didn't suffer - was that the front of the hotel is on a main road facing a rather run-down shopping centre, and could perhaps be noisy, so try to get a room at the back.