Best Western Turnhout City Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Best Western Turnhout City Hotel
Travel Blogs from Turnhout
... the current movie "The Monuments Men." It is a grand altar piece painted by Jan Van Eyck and his father in 1432. There are many panels filled with incredible detail and color. Ghent is a medieval town at its center which lies at the confluence of two rivers. It has wonderful old buildings and is quite photogenic - really worth a stop along our way. Tonight we are in Bruges, a smaller medieval town. Tomorrow we are renting a car to drive about the countryside and visit Flanders Fields. ...
... Jewish presence the men with tall hats, black clothes and flowing beards were often ferrying a child to school on a push bike. Two had plastic bags over their hats to keep the rain out. The strict Jews require their own schools because boys and girls are not allowed to mix.
The wealth of old Antwerp was evident in the merchants’ houses. They are all protected from change and there is an eclectic mix of architectural styles, perhaps as one family tried to ...
After having just one more fresh baguette this morning we hit the highway once again. The weather was just so bad, wet and cold and we decided to just put the address in Basil ( our name for the man who sits in the Garmin and tells us how to get there) and get to our destination. We had intended to stop in Ypres but it was just too wet and cold. A shame realy as we were so close and we could see the outskirts of the town and it ...
... get some pictures of windmills.....well we are in Holland!!! I was very disappointed that the weather wasn’t better, it had been forecast to be in the 30’s but there was a thick mist hanging around that made all my pictures of lovely windmills look grey. We started in Halsteren where we got our first photo of a windmill the Sint Antonius Molen no blue skies but still a good photo opportunity. It was then on to the ...
... some heart-warming jenever (schnaps) at my uncle's house.
The next day I had been gearing up for a small family dinner at Glenn’s restaurant in Antwerp. My birthday had passed so I was not expecting any more surprises. As we were waiting to be seated in the restaurant (a Bolleke De Koninck beer in hand), all my long-time Belgian friends all of a sudden started to trickle in. Even the mob from Ghent showed up on ...