Hotels in Ghent
The husband-and-wife team run a cooking school in the cellar where guests learn to make Belgian chocolate. Upstairs, you’ll find three spacious guest rooms—the best of which is the honeymoon suite, with private access to a vine-covered garden.
This lovely B&B is comprised of four enormous rooms in a former mansion.
At the family-run property, top-floor rooms have views of the Kraanlei canal and the city's tiled rooftops.
A moored canal boat refashioned into a seven-room floating hotel.
In the Patershol district, British transplants Simon Turner and Christopher Joseph opened this B&B at their casual coffeehouse. The Art Nouveau building has two contemporary rooms with funky white fluorescent light fixtures and sandstone bathrooms.