Room really spacious , very clean. People working there are very warm, and they can speak French, English and Flemish. I recommend strongly this place.Deback2016 - Paris, France
Nice hotel, in a redbrick villa dating from 1928, on the road from Brugge.
Nice hotel, in a redbrick villa dating from 1928, on the road from Brugge. friendly service, free parking, comfortable rooms, reasonable price, free wifi. antiquated entrance. very useful for travellers coming from Brugge,Gadmodai - Tel Aviv, Israel
A very pleasent stay - with BIG rooms, that are every so clean.
We returned to this very nice hotel with the most friendely host you can imagine. It´s very easy acess from A1 and when you arrive with your car it´s a spacious parkering with lovely garden attached. The rooms are very generous and clean. A lot of things to visit in the nearby towncentre. We will be back!Marie W - USA
Convenient for stop over as easy access from the motorway and Ghent is worth a visit. Quirky hotel building of interest in itself as Art Deco interior largely intact (Original owner widowed young and then left it to her music teacher companion so spared “modernisation”). Large bedrooms and ensuites tastefully updated and comfortable (Lino flooring maintains the 30’s ambience). Good breakfast spread. Small pool a bonus. Nearby tram service into town or half hour walk. Several restaurants in walking distance although Brasserie Montmartre closed on Mondays.stutt21 - London, United Kingdom
We also just had an overnighter on way to Dunkirk and we're so glad we did.A friendly welcome from the lady receptionist who gave us a map and explained the trams etc started the visit off well.Very easy to get into the centre by tram and saves your energy for all the city walking you'll want to do. So much to see in Ghent and it seemed like a Sunday was the ideal day to go.There were a couple of markets,live bands playing in the street and a really happy atmosphere. The castle and general architecture are stunning. After a brilliant afternoon/evening we went back to the hotel and sat on the roof terrace with a glass of wine...bliss. The bed was huge and very comfortable although like others have said,we did end up with a few mozzy bites as we had to have the window open as it was a warm night. Would highly recommend a stay in this beautiful art deco hotel.Allenshouse - Somerset, England
We stayed in this lovely little hotel on our first night as part of a larger trip to Southern Europe. As we were only here briefly we just have a couple of things to say: 1) the reception from the lovely Anneleen was one of the friendliest and most enthusiastic we have seen! Nothing was too much trouble, her English was amazing and we were blown away by her knowledge of Gent. We were there with our two girls (12 and 10) and her pride (good way) in her city was infectious! 2) the hotel was a perfect base to see this wonderful city. Although a little way from the centre, we were driving hence our selection of a hotel with parking, and it was perfect for us - both the room and the breakfast were excellent. The city is amazingly beautiful and great to stroll around. A real hidden gem, and we would love to visit again. Thank you Hotel Orion - and especially Anneleen (and Gerald) -for inspiring us to write our first review of a one night stay!JV-UK - London, United Kingdom
We stayed here for a one night stop off. Staff were brilliant, very friendly and helpful. We checked in very late but they were very accommodating. Room was nice, great shower! Just wish we couldve stayed longer and had a chance to have a swim! It's about half an hr walk from the town but there's a few points of interest on the way so it's not too bad. Plenty of public transport too.Sam M -