Hotel Onderbergen is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Ghent, offering a charming environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Korenmarkt (0.3 mi) and Patershol (0.6 mi), guests of Hotel Onderbergen can easily experience some of Ghent's most well known attractions.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, and Hotel Onderbergen makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including baggage storage, express check-in and check-out, and a sun terrace. In addition, guests can enjoy breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is paid private parking available on-site.
While in Ghent, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hotel Onderbergen, including Amadeus Ghent 1 (0.5 mi), Pakhuis (0.2 mi), and Revue Food & Drink (0.1 mi).
If you are interested in exploring Ghent, check out one of the gardens, such as Ghent University Botanical Garden and The World of Kina: The Garden.
Enjoy your stay in Ghent!
We had a wonderful stay here for 4 nights. Perfectly situated for the centre. The breakfast was well worth it. Bacon, eggs, fresh bread,cold meats, cheeses, juices, yoghurts and more. The staff were so lovely. Helpful, welcoming and always available. The Irish pub next door was also lovely and has good food. The beds were comfy and everything you need was in the room. We had a lovely time.
Staff most helpful and polite, extended good advice re town and features. Room clean and comfortable, excellent bathroom. Literature at hotel including map helpful. Canal within 100metres. Good food restraurants within 150 metres. Small super market ( wine and beer) about 100 metres.
We had an AirBnB cancel on us last minute, but this turned out to be a perfect back up. We had an apartment for our family of 5, and while it was a little sketchy to begin with (we had to walk a bit away from the actual hotel to get to our place), the location was excellent. We parked at the Saint Michael's Church garage for 18 euro/24hrs, which was about a five minute walk to our apartment. The apartment itself was spacious and clean, and had just what we needed for our night's stay. There were four beds (one double, and three singles, but one of the singles was in the "living" area...keep that in mind if you have a light sleeper).
Spacious room with a very large bathroom overlooking a very quiet street in a central location. The accommodation was very clean. Breakfast was basic but fine, excellent coffee, free refill, large selection of bread rolls and croissants, combined with little tubs of jam, Nutella, honey and butter. So more a breakfast for someone with a sweet tooth. Checking in at the hotel was interesting. Because we arrived late, the main door was closed, and we had to check in at the Irish pub at the other side of the complex. The friendly bar tender showing us to our room was unable to answer basic questions, such as where breakfast would be served, but it all became clear the next morning. Would definitely stay there again.
The people are very friendly. The passage has a very hip design, as have the rooms. Our room was very spacious - more a Suite than a room. A Garage is available at 15 € a day and highly recommended if your car is not too big. The location is ideal if you want to walk directly from the hotel to all the places of interest in the City centre - the pedestrian afrea starts just 100 m away. Just one downside: We chose to have breakfast elsewhere for the price.
This is a lovely hotel, comfortable and clean. The best bit about it is Cristina and Jenny on the front desk- sorry for misspelling your names. They were both so helpful and friendly - trying to sort out the new LEZ zone issues I had. Unfortunately, I would advise not driving to Ghent until the website is clearer.
Uncomfortable hotel. No air-con and all they provided was a small fan circulating hot air. We were placed on the top floor, this hotel has no lift so you have to carry luggage up 3 flights of stairs. The stairs between floor 2-3 are steep and uneven, a real accident waiting to happen.
This is a good choice if you want to stay in a quiet area of Ghent but still have a short walk to the historical centre. I took a tram when going to and fro the train station but walked to the centre of Ghent's Old Town. The service in the hotel was good and there is a large Irish bar on the ground floor which we used a couple of times and which was obviously popular as it was crowded and not easy to get a table or seats at, esp. inside. I (far too) often travel with a large/heavy suitcase so I always thank higher powers when the place I am staying in has a lift; unfortunately this one didn't, and I always seem to get a room on the top floor! I slept well and the room was clean. I did not have breakfast here so I can't comment on that. I had a good stay.
My husband and I stayed at this hotel for 3 nights and it was one of the most uncomfortable hotels we have ever stayed in. There was a heat waive and above 30 degrees every day and the room was hotter than outside all day and all night. No air conditioning at all throughout the hotel and 1 tiny fan was provided. The room was so hot, the fan just blew out hot air. Leaving a window open would just bring in all the mosquitos. The bed seemed like it was comfortable, however we could only lie on top of the bed at night as it was to hot to get into it. The hotel does not have an elevator and we were on the 3rd floor (top floor). The stair case between level 2 and 3 are not sensible stairs for a hotel when people have luggage, they are small and steep with very low hand rails. If you have luggage that is heavy, ask for the 1st or 2nd floor. Overall the hotel may be better in the winter when aircon is not needed, however based on my experience I would not return. …
The outside does look a bit sorry for itself and on entering, not the greatest first impression. However - the room was amazing! Old, certainly, but really atmospheric. We had paid extra to park the car on site which was a huge bonus. Unfortunately (for me!!) we were there during Belgium's hottest day EVER and it was certainly very warm! The hotel is very close to the main part of the city but the heat stopped us exploring as much as we would have liked. Obviously, not the hotel's fault. Were very grateful for the fan in the room and the mini-bar! We didn't have breakfast but chose to grab some pastries from a nearby bakery. Would like to come back when it is a bit cooler!!