Spend the night in a monument!
If these walls could talk, we'd undoubtedly find out a lot about Ostend in these hotels. But instead, they remain mum, jealously guarding the secrets of their residents and we'll never get to the bottom of it. But you can sense the history and architectural value of these buildings in every corner, which why they are listed as monuments today.
No visit to Ostend would be complete without a visit to this hotel. A magnificent, luxurious hotel with a long and rich history, just 100 metres from the beach and the shopping streets. We enjoyed a copious breakfast in the bustling, cosy Art Déco café (1932) with a view of the square. In the summer you can eat outdoors on the terrace. Just perfect.Read more
Hotel Polaris, which opened in 2009, is a charming and stylish design hotel in the centre of Ostend. It is located in a townhouse from 1902, which was listed as a monument in 2005. The eclectic style of the façade still exudes the charm of yesteryear. The interiors are simple yet chic.Read more
This is probably Ostend's largest monument. We felt like royals when we stepped into the lobby. In 1933, King Albert I and his wife, Queen Elisabeth, inaugurated the majestic Thermae Palace Hotel. Several noble families and even the shah and his courtiers have already stayed here. What about you?Read more