Hotel Ariane

Slachthuistraat 58, Ypres, West Flanders, B-8900, Belgium

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    Comfort in walking distance of the citycentre


    We stayed in hotel Ariane during a weekend in august 2006. Our room was located on the second floor, no great view. The room was spacious and clean. The bathroom had a bath with shower, and plenty of space with a sink in front of a huge mirror.
    It was summer, but the room was very warm, too warm for our liking. There was no airco, but a portable ventilator was placed in the room. We slept with the window open though.
    Breakfast was a nice buffet, with all kinds of breadrolls, but no fried eggs or bacon.

    The bar has a great terrace in the garden. We didn't try the restaurant.

    Unique Quality: The lobby was decorated with memorabilia from the Great War. There were uniforms in a glass display, old weapens and helmets dug up on the battlefield. All over the hotel you will find paintings about the war, posters that were used in Great Brittain to promote the army, and that kind of stuff. It had something museum like, but also was enhancing the atmosphere that is found around Ieper.

    Our verdict:
    Great location, good quality / price rate. A defenite would go again.

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    Hotel-Restaurant Ariane ****


    As for the service I have only one word: outstanding!
    Facilities: 51 rooms with every modern comfort (hair dryer, TV, radio, minibar, internet connection, coffee+tea making facilities, ...). The hotel disposes of sauna, jacuzzi, massage, an internetroom and meeting facilities. Private parking lot in front of the hotel.
    Good buffet breakfast.
    Quiet location, just 10 min. walk from the market square.

    Unique Quality: Maybe we were just a bit unlucky with our room but it was not what we usually expect from a 4* hotel. The writing desk and some other furniture looked really worn out. Also, in the bathroom, many of the tiles on the floor were cracked. Not that this is something life threatening but it doesn't match my idea of a 4* hotel.

    Directions: On the Market Square, at the corner of the Cloth Hall, you turn right. You will pass the cathedral on your right hand side. Always walk straight on and at the end of this street you will see the entrance of the Ariane Hotel right in front of you.

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    Ieper's top hotel


    Probably the town’s best hotel the Hotel Ariane is a family-run hotel that is surrounded by gardens with a pond, an intimate terrace and a petanque square (type of boules).


    May 1993

    Unique Quality: Air Conditioning
    Coffee/Tea Making Facilities
    Wireless High Speed Internet Access
    In-room Safe
    Ironing Facilities

    Directions: The hotel is located to the north of the Grote Markt and easily within walking distance

More about Hotel Ariane

World War I Site Hotel

by jay31pee about Ambrosia Hotel

I had a very nice stay in Ambrosia Hotel. Their staffs are friendly, facilities and rooms are great. They also serve delicious cooked breakfast.

It is located near the Cloth Hall and the Menin Gate and other tourist spots in Ieper. So if you are to visit World War I sites in Ieper, you better stay in one of the most reviewed Ypres hotels, the Ambrosia Hotel. Aside from accommodation and breakfast, they also offer bicycles and vespa that you can use while wandering around the city.

A really good hotel

by TripAdvisor Member Tim04

Our stay at the Hotel Ariane was excellent. It is a mid-sized, family-run establishment, in a good, central location. Everything, from our first email contact to checkout, was very good.

We booked a family room, which was very clean and plenty big-enough for the four of us. The hotel also has its own parking. The breakfast was excellent, as was the overall service and friendliness.

Ypres itself is very well worth a visit. The town is interesting and attractive, and the sights, such as the Menin Gate, are moving and thought-provoking.

Our Helmet takes pride of Place

by TripAdvisor Member bigvern1

Following a disasterous stay at another Hotel in the town we happened to come across the Hotel Ariane and have returned ever since

The hotel is modern in decor the rooms are comfortable and the staff are friendly and attentive

Breakfast is superb

If you require Goumet food the restauraunt is excellant

As for the Bar what can I say a fine selection of beers wines and spirits

Contact by e-mail, fax and telphone is fast, friendly and efficiant

And even if we find we are not staying at the hotel due to past custom the welcome is always friendly

The hotel is away from the town centre but the location is quiet which aids restful sleep

You can see why the Ariane is popular with tour parties visting the Ieper /Ypres salient and has a small but very interesting display of World War One artifacts

Of course our Police helmet takes pride of place at reception

Cannot recommend thie Ariane enough

Police Constable Tony EVERSON-DARRAGH
Ceremonial Association Surrey Police

Wonderful Hotel

by TripAdvisor Member jobyLincs

If anybody is going to Ypres;dont look any further than this hotel.great location 5 mins walk to town .Good free Car Park.Staff are extremely freindly and helpful.Food is excellent ;and a lovely breakfast .Rooms clean and large;with everything you need.stayed here 7 or 8 times;and booked up again for august
I cant fault this hotel..

Family hotel with a touch of class and outstanding restaurant

by TripAdvisor Member ffnoddy

We booked this hotel to round off a trip to Italy (yep we'd driven the 2700 miles to get there and back !) after checking out the hotel website and booking by e-mail.

I wasn't going to bother writing a review for The Ariane as all previous reviews had pretty much summed up this brilliantly run family hotel.

If you picture family run hotels as I do & conjure up visions of Basil and Fawlty Towers, you will be sorely mistaken if you picture this outstanding hotel in the same category.

The hotel is a quick step to the square and just a ten minute walk (if that) to the Menin Gate. A large, free car park is a welcome sight after such a long drive as was the very friendly welcome we received at reception.

The hotel is just coming to end of a refurbishment programme, the stairs were being completed just as we left, and a great job they've done too.

The hotel is decorated to a very high standard & quite contemporary. The double room was very spacious with the all important tea-makings that my wife always craves ! A spacious and very clean bathroom was welcomed with equal enthusiasm due to the presence of the massive bath.

The large bar and restaurant area is excellent, stretching out into a large conservatory and garden. We ate in the restaurant one evening and can quite honestly say that it was probably the best meal we had in two weeks ..... and for a lover of Italian food, this is going some ! Perfectly cooked, excitedly and hungrily consumed and complimented by excellent unhurried service from Annalise ....... I'm getting hungry again just thinking about it.

The breakfast room is in the same vain, very large, well attended and well serviced.

We did have another very good hotel in mind for this trip that I'd visited previously in Ypres, however it was fully booked. I'm glad it was ............. stay at the Ariane, but not if it's the last room available & I'm planing on going. Be warned and enjoy !!

Great value...can't fault it.

by TripAdvisor Member hotelscout

We stayed for a night on a motorcycle trip. Very friendly and helpful reception from the time of booking - even asked if we wanted to park our bikes in the garage! Superb rooms, very clean and well equipped. Nice and quiet in a good central location for all the sights.

Not sure about the evening food as we didn't eat there, but my personal experience generally of Belgian food isn't that good....sorry if this is a generalisation but we'd just come from a place in an adjoining country with loads of fresh seafood.....! However, breakfast was fantastic with loads of good quality cold meats and cheese, breads etc.

From what we saw of Ieper this has to be the best place to stay.

Haven of peace

by TripAdvisor Member IPA_Man

In my view the best hotel in Ypres. Clean sizeable rooms with all facilities, friendly helpful staff throughout, excellent bar and terrace with good garden, and a fantastic restaurant.

Forum Posts

Ypres accomodation

by Anastasia73

We plan to spend a short holiday of three days in small town called Ypres or Ieper. Does anybody have suggestion for good quality hotel? the budget is approx € 50 to € 80.


RE: Ypres accomodation

by PaulKirk

Hotel Ariane is within your budget and they have a website. The Novotel is dood too and sometimes do 3 nights for the price of 2. Smaller hotels and cheaper are the Old Tom or The Sultan but I would go for the Ariane.

RE: Ypres accomodation

by oliphil

you can find also a very good accomodation in Novotel, very near the center of Ieper.


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Address: Slachthuistraat 58, Ypres, West Flanders, B-8900, Belgium