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Hotel 't Sandt

Hotel 't Sandt

Antwerp, Belgium

With an elegant white façade of tall windows and curling wrought-iron details, Hotel ‘t Sandt offers a polished place to stay that’s conveniently located near restaurants, shops and the waterfront promenade.

The building was a 16th-century warehouse for the banana trade in Antwerp, but was given a Rococo facelift when it was repurposed as a mansion in the 17th century. Many of the original design elements — like wood floors, antique wardrobes, wrought-iron spiral stairs and wood-beam ceilings — were painstakingly restored and can still be seen in the hotel.

The hotel also has an Italian-style courtyard where you can sit outside on the tree-shrouded terrace and listen to the trickling of the fountain.

Each of the 29 rooms is unique in size and layout due to the historic nature of the building, but all have contemporary furniture for comfort, and plentiful sunlight from the oversize windows.


We love this hotel for its high level of service, stylish rooms and attention to detail throughout the building.


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There are 29 rooms and suites, each one different in size and layout due to the preservation of the historic design of the building. The Standard rooms are the smallest, while the Superior rooms are slightly larger and have additional seating.

There are three Duplex rooms which boast a living room on one floor and the bedroom on another, reached by a wrought iron spiral staircase. The Cathedral Penthouse has a large bedroom area and much of the original structure, such as wooden support beams, is visible. The Cathedral Suite has a separate living area and a sofa bed.

En suite bathrooms, air conditioning, Wi-Fi, minibars and flat-screen TVs are available in all the rooms.


Hotel ‘t Sandt is situated next to the Scheldt River and the waterfront promenade, and right near a wide variety of restaurants, bars and shops. It’s about a five-minute walk to the Cathedral of Our Lady, a 15-minute walk to the Rubens House and a 20-minute walk to Museum aan de Stroom.

Food and drink

  • A full buffet breakfast with à la carte options is served daily in the dining room or outdoor courtyard in warmer months.


  • The suite option has an extra bed available upon request.

Facilities and activities

  • Laundry service.
  • Outdoor courtyard for your use.
  • 24-hour reception.


Due to the historic nature of the building, the hotel isn’t wheelchair accessible. There’s an elevator that accesses all floors, however some small steps may be necessary.

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