ibis Gent Centrum St Baafs Kathedraal
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Ibis Gent Centrum Kathedraal stands opposite Saint Bavo’s Cathedral in Ghent, where it offers 3-star comfort in the middle of the medieval city centre. The hotel is within five minutes’ walk of St. Nicholas Church, the heights of the Belfry and Cloth Hall, the Korenmarkt and Korenlei promenade, and the Ghent Design Museum.
The 120 rooms offer shower en-suites, air conditioning, direct-dial telephones, TVs with satellite channels, desks, wake-up calls and free Wi-Fi.
Paid private indoor or public parking options are available, pets are catered for, and a safe deposit box at reception, self-service business centre and dry cleaning are available.
Ibis Gent Centrum Kathedraal’s bar offers not only great views, but a good selection of Belgian beer, international refreshments and snacks, and a wide array of restaurants are found on St Bavo’s Square.
The central train station can be reached in 15 minutes by tram.
Nameibis Gent Centrum St Baafs Kathedraal
AddressLimburgstraat 2, 9000, Ghent Belgium | 0.3 miles from city center | Show on map
Telephone: +32(9)2330000 | Fax:+32(9)2331000 | Official Homepage
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- 24-hour reception,
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- Indoor tennis court,
- Tennis Court
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It was built between 1313 and 1380 and is 91 metres high. It has served as a bell tower to announce the time and various warnings, but also as a fortified watchtower. The upper part has been rebuilt many times, especially to accommodate the growing number of bells. The Belfry consists of 6 floors hosting art objects, historical documents such as the original plans of the building, and a clock by J.B.Richet (1670) wihich controls a 52-bell carillon. On each bell is a girl and a lion image, the symbol of Ghent. During the tour one can visit the tower, the carillon and the Bellmuseum. The Belfry has been listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. Visiting hours: from 15th March until 15th November 10:00-18:00. From 01st May until 01st October guided tours at 14:10, 15:10 and 16:10. Not accessible to people on wheelchairs. Entrance fee: 3 â‚¬; children until 12 years free.