Hotel Ariane

Address: Slachthuisstraat 58, Ypres, West Flanders, 8900, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Slachthuisstraat 58, Ypres, is near In Flanders Fields Museum, Flanders Battlefield Tours, and Over The Top Tours.
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          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Free parking
          • Family rooms


          • Multilingual staff
          • Room service
          • Business Services

          TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ariane Ypres

          Reviewed by kengill52

          Great Hotel from which to base your Western Front travel

          Reviewed May 6, 2016
          by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

          The hotel is centrally located in down town Ieper. It's a very friendly, well appointed resting place between WW1 battle field sites and only a 10 minute walk, past the cathedral and Cloth Hall, to the Menin Gate. Highly recommended for this planning walking, cycling or motoring trips in Belgium Flanders.

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          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Ariane Ypres

          5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Ypres

          Moving Day ..... again

          A travel blog entry by kengill52 on May 06, 2016

          2 photos

          This morning was an early start as we travelled from Ieper to Lille. The hotel in Ieper was good but there were a couple of issues. They didn't make up our room yesterday and when we got back at 3.30 pm the housekeeping staff had finished for the day. Then, this morning we had a 7am departure and discovered that the desk isn't manned all night and …

          "Over the Top" Salient Tour - PHOTOS ADDED

          A travel blog entry by 2dogs on Oct 27, 2015

          1 comment, 22 photos

          ... France also have an iron cross. At the German site we visited, there is a section containing a mass grave for 25,000 un named soldiers.
          Tyne Cot cemetery contains the most grave sites, over 12,000. There are a huge number of unmarked graves here, and might be represented by 'A Soldier Killed at War, Known unto God'. If some details were, the caption may read 'A Soldier from Royal ...

          Ypres Salient

          A travel blog entry by 1tripnicksimone on Jul 09, 2015

          8 photos

          ... breaks up the landscape of small farms.Since we were using Air B&B for our stay in Arras (a small city in Northern France) as our next place to stay, we needed to head south to collect the keys etc. at a reasonable hour. We stopped at a private museum at Hooge Crater (sight of a mining operation by the British Army) which unfortunately didn't really concentrate on the mining and tunnelling but again gave an overview of the whole battlefield in the area. Then our GPS took ...

          Day 8

          A travel blog entry by nicky_2498 on Apr 26, 2015

          5 photos

          ... in which the soldiers had to endure. We then went to the tyne cot military cemetery which seem row upon row of grave stones of fallen soldiers. Standing at the top of the monument and looking out at the thousands of graves was a very emotional experience and took my breath away. The feelings I felt seem indescribable looking back at it. Never before was I able to comprehend the destruction of the war until I looked out across ...

          Day 7

          A travel blog entry by nicky_2498 on Apr 25, 2015

          4 photos

          Today I quickly discovered 1am wake ups after only 3-4 hours sleep are not my thing. However, the thought occurred to me that during the war, the soldiers were woken up at ridiculous hours and lived off little sleep, so I felt that for one day, I could endure this with minimal complaining. As we boarded the bus at 2am bound for villers bretennoux a time of reflection ...