Hotel 't Sandt

Address: Zand 13-19, Antwerp, Antwerpen, 2000, Belgium | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Zand 13-19, Antwerp, is near Plantin - Moretus Museum, Vlaeykensgang, Bazar Bizar, and Etnografisch Museum.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel 't Sandt Antwerp

Cosy and classy

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My husband and I stayed at t'sandt hotel for 3 nights over new years 2005/2006. It was truly memorable. The room was cosy, classy and full of character, as was the hotel itself. Breakfast was superb, in particular the Perrier champagne served on new years morning. The bowl of belgian chocolates at reception was a treat, as was the complimentary champagne and chocolates prior to new years eve. The location was perfect - not more than 5 minutes walk from Grote Markt. Would love to go back!

Lovely, cosy hotel in central Antwerp

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We stayed here on a bitterly cold weekend in March 2006. The Hotel t'Standt was really nice, very cosy, I'd stay there again. The breakfast was ok although could have done with a bit more selection e.g. more fruit but I'm just being picky now! The hotel itself was faultless, good service, nice people, lovely rooms, if you're a Brit you'll be pleased to know the telly in the rooms could receive BBC1 and BBC2 :-) Be sure to look in at the Cafe Beveren around the corner from the hotel and listen to / see the wonderful music machine and the locals dancing to it. I'd go back to the T'Sandt if I was in Antwerp again and heartily recommend it. A nice play to stay.

An Antwerp Treasure

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Antiques that furnish this hotel make you feel you have stepped back in time and you are living back in the 19th Century. Plentiful breakfasts, good location{in old town} and pleasant staff make the hotel a must when visiting Antwerp.Good Irish bar around the corner.

Awesome

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We had such a great time. My boyfriend and I, my parents and my brother and sister all stayed here in August. It was about 10 Euros for a taxi from the train station to the hotel. I wouldn't try to walk it unless you have some great shoes, a light back-pack, and a desire to work off those Belgian beers and waffles before you comsume them. There was a bike race around the city when we arrived, so there was a lot of energy in the town. The hotel is a really close walk to a ton of pubs/bars (whatever you call them in your neck of the woods) and the downtown area (with the Church) was just far enough away to be a convenient walk, but not a ton of foot traffic in front of the hotel. At night, my family and I all sat out back on the large deck lined with vines and a cool courtyard area (drinking wine and eating chocolates). All of us agreed we'd stay there again. It was one of the highlights of our stay in Belgium!!

Good location

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We stayed at this hotel for 4 nights and thought it should be ok with nothing but great reviews.

The location is really good, very close to the Schelde and the Old Town district, a bit far from the station if you arrive by train.

It seems that you have to book one of the expensive suites to experience the overall positives that the other reviewers enumerate. We started off in a standard room which was small and had paper walls. We literally heard every word the couple next doors said and could not find any sleep.

Reception staff did not know what to do, they said no one had ever complained about this. On our last night we had one of the larger rooms which was much better as far as the noise level was concerned.

Breakfast buffet was average for this price range, it seemed to me they cut down on variety on days where they have fewer guests.

Overall ok, staff friendly, but not outstanding or an absolute must-go-again.

T'Sandt More Than Decent

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We were extremely concerned about the declining Dollar and the rising Euro as we searched for a hotel in Antwerp. Fortunately, we chose the utterly charming t'Sandt.

The t'Sandt is located in the best part of Antwerp if you are a tourist. Everything is within walking distance. The room was huge and was filled with charming antiques and artifacts that reminded us constantly that we were in Europe. The modern facilities had all been refurbished and the television, shower, toilet all worked well and kept us comfortably enscounced in the 21st century. The windows were large and let in tons of light so necessary in northern Europe during the winter. The linens, towels, etc were of the finest materials allowing us to feel rather cozy during Antwerp's cold, wet and windy moments. The t'Sandt aptly illustrates that a hotel can combine old world charm with modern comfort. Touche! Having only 12 rooms allows for a certain intimacy that adds perceptable charm. The staff couldn't be more helpful and pointed us in the direction of some great restaurants and watering holes including one of the best dining establishments we have ever experienced, Gin Fish. The breakfasts were great and allowed us to skip lunch. The t'Sandt is a wonderful European hotel experience.

Charming,comfortable and convenient

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We stayed at the 't Sandt last summer, while visiting both Antwerp and Amsterdam - an excellent combination of cities for a European visit. This hotel was everything we had been led to expect by other reviewers; the staff and the rooms are welcoming and charming. The building has been converted to retain a feel of its former life, while providing light and airy rooms (ours opened out onto a roof terrace) with clean,modern and luxurious bathrooms. Breakfast was good and dinner, in a variety of Antwerp restaurants, was excellent. The hotel is in a good location and provides underground parking. We would love to return to both Antwerp and 't Sandt.

Lovely

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Stayed a few days in hotel 't Sandt last week, and had a great time. The (only 14) rooms are great (we had the Windsor Suite, a Royal Suite on the 3rd floor), and the atmosphere is authentic.

The hotel is located in the old centre of Antwerp, where you can find lots of interesting restaurants (e.g. Rooden Hoed, Groote Goesting - there were too many restaurants to visit in only 3 days...).

The hotel is also within reasonable walking distance of hundreds of shops at the Meir, and also not too far from museums ('t Steen, Plantin Moretus, Diamond Museum (close to the zoo)).

Also, if you're fond of Cuban cigars and rhum, you can find Mike's Havana House at 200m, which has over 35.000 cigars in store...

We rate this hotel and city tops

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We agree with the first reviewer -- the Hotel t'Sandt is terrific. Top-notch rooms with personality at reasonable prices, exceptionally friendly and helpful staff, fine location in one of the most delightful and overlooked cities in Europe. We would definitely return to both the city and the hotel. As for noise, we heard none, as we were not facing the street -- always a wise request when booking in Europe.

A perfect location for tourists with sophisticated style

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I just loved staying at the t'Sandt in Antwerp. The staff is so charming they qualify for adorable and the rooms have authentic wit, managing to be simple and hip without being pretentious (something the whole of Antwerp seems to have mastered). It is right across the street from one of the city's finest mid-priced restaurants, yet right around the corner from some legendary Antwerp hangouts, whether you are looking for great gin, great beer, great seafood or great mashed potatoes. It is also within easy walking distance of Antwerp's old quarter, and a pleasant stroll down one of Antwerp's high-end shopping streets to the city's terrific fine arts museum. The rooms have minimalist decor and fully modern bathrooms. The hotel offers an excellent breakfast and all-around good service. Some rooms overlook well-trafficked streets, so light sleepers might ask for the quietest rooms. Sophisticated travelers will be happy here.

TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel 't Sandt Antwerp

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

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