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A friendly, clean, quaint hotel, built in 1625, walking distance to the Markt and lots of restaurants and shops. We really enjoyed the breakfast which was included with our room, served in the Rose Red room, which later in the day offers many varieties of Belgian beer and accompanying charcuterie plates. Relaxed mood, good food and drink, with Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, and old jazz and blues playing quietly in the background. On a pouring rain night, with the candles lit, all we wanted was a full service menu so that we didn't have to search outside for a restaurant!
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