No availability 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
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
Photos of Century Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Century Hotel Antwerp
Travel Blogs from Antwerp
... the whole time and missed it. Nevermind. Safe in the knowledge we finally knew where our hotel was, we headed off in search of food (and beer). About 1 minute into our search we walk past an ATM - great - and after much reconnaissance eventually settle for a traditional pub - 'The Six Nations Pub'! Haha. To be fair the decision was mainly based upon the fact that a) We were starving, b) It wasn't to busy and c) Beer was 2 euros a pint. Both had a burger and 2 pints, ...
... material. Not only does it house the two oldest surviving printing presses in the world and complete sets of dies and matrices, it also has an extensive library, a richly decorated interior and the entire archives of the Plantin business. Among ...
We caught the train back to Brussels and were puzzled to be delayed for 1 hour because there was a passenger taken ill or something which meant we mysteriously went to a station and then went backwards towards cologne. We never did find out what had happened or why but it was quite fortuitous for us as there was a room ready at the hotel when we arrived and so we could leave our bags safely in the room while we went off to see the sights.
I had expected there to be a xmas market ...
... the highest rates of diamond cutting and polishing, with thousands of employees in the diamond business in the small city alone. The museum was very interesting and went through the stages of diamonds, the history of Antwerp and diamonds as well as finished products etc. After the diamond museum and the diamond mile I walked through a ‘rabbit park’ without seeing any rabbits at all, ...
... of the city as well as the obligatory Brugge and Ghent. Our most unfortunate moment was stopping for a Belgian waffle after seeing them in the window, which turned out to be 6.50€ for a cold waffle with cherries and whipped cream on top…not the experience we'd dreamed of. We did have some excellent Belgian fries though, which have slightly more potato flavor than the usual deal. Expensive as it is to eat dinner in Brussels, we decided to go on the tangerine diet ...