Hotel De Witte Lelie in Antwerp is a fabulous 17th-century townhouse that boasts only ten rooms and suites. Retro furnishings sit alongside period fireplaces and moulded ceilings.
Belgium’s Antwerp, long associated with the textile industry, has some fantastic local fashion designers thanks to the Royal Academy of Fine Arts
Antwerp might be a small city but its architecture really packs a punch – from Gothic statues to Baroque museums and modernist projects.
The hotel’s ten rooms and suites have really put the owner’s imagination to work. Think 1960s touches with up-cycled chic and plenty of modern technology.
A mid-century take on the restaurant room gives a fresh take on the townhouse experience and we love the stunning curved fireplace.
One of the chicest hotels in Belgium, De Witte Lelie, has a wonderfully cosy bar that’s easy to lose an hour or two in.
Don’t miss the Vrijdagmarkt, the city’s oldest flea market which takes place every Friday morning, dating back to the 16th century.
Antwerp - Belgium
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