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Koningin Astridlaan 7 8400 Ostend Belgium
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Description Thermae Palace
This elegant hotel is situated directly beside the lake promenade. Links to the public transport network can be reached in a few minutes on foot.
The hotel comprises a total of 141 rooms spread over 3 floors. Its large rooms house an art gallery and facilities include a lobby with a reception, a lift and a bar. In addition, there is also a nightclub, an à la carte restaurant in an art deco style with a non-smoking area and an impressive sea view. A car park is also on offer to guests arriving by car.
The tastefully furnished comfortable rooms include an en suite bathroom with a hairdryer, satellite/cable TV, a radio, a minibar and a hire safe.
Right next to the hotel, guests will find a swimming pool, an indoor pool and a tennis court. Within the hotel grounds, there is a Jacuzzi, a sauna, a steam room and a solarium on offer to guests (additional fees apply). Sports enthusiasts may also pay a visit to the gym provided. The nearest tennis court is about 500 m away and there is a golf course around 5 km from the hotel.
The beguinage was founded by Countess Joanna of Constantinople in 1238 and it was destroyed several times. The complex has 40 houses dating back to the 17th century and a Gothic chapel built in 1464 but rebult again in the 18th century. The house of the "grand-dame" hosts the Beguinage museum. The beguinage was listed together with other 12 Flemish beguinages as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 1998.