Unique Quality: In the heart of the “Isle of the river Dyle”, the historic centre of the city of Leuven, is the Klooster (cloister) hotel - it is the former home of Guy Morillon, secretary of Charles V and Prince of Holland (1516 – 1555) and an unquestionable haven of peace. The former convent nestles secretly at the end of a discreet cobbled street and is surrounded by Flemish architectural masterpieces from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
There's a lounge bar with open fire, a terrace, a 1500m² garden, and meeting facilities for up to 25 people. There are 40 rooms, all with high speed and/or wireless internet. The cheapest rooms are EUR 175, the best rooms, starting at EUR 250 have a jacuzzi and a fireplace.
Directions: From the center square facing the townhall, walk down Brusselsestraat (to your right) until you cross the Dyle river, then make a left into the Predikherenstraat. The hotel is a bit further, on the right side. (total distance ca. 0.5 km / 0.3 mile)
entrance of the 16th-century Klooster Hotel Leuven
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Address: Predikherenstraat 22, Leuven, Flemish Brabant, 3000, Belgium