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Things to do in Antwerp

Market Square
Vogeltjesmarkt
Royal Museum of Fine Arts

Are there hotels available near Market Square?

If you’re planning on staying at any of momondo’s recommended hotels in the area of Antwerp nearest to Market Square, you should expect to pay around £64/night. This price fluctuates based on time of year. In general, a rate under £64/night is a good deal for momondo users staying near Market Square. Hotels near Market Square are typically 5% less expensive than the average hotel in Antwerp, which is £68.

Hotels near Market Square

Are there hotels available near Vogeltjesmarkt?

Hotels near Vogeltjesmarkt are typically 20% less expensive than the average hotel in Antwerp, which is £68.

Hotels near Vogeltjesmarkt

Are there hotels available near Royal Museum of Fine Arts?

Hotels near Royal Museum of Fine Arts are typically 5% less expensive than the average hotel in Antwerp, which is £68.

Hotels near Royal Museum of Fine Arts

Popular neighbourhoods in Antwerp

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When to book a hotel in Antwerp

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Low season
February
High season
May

cheapest month to stay

17%

expected price decrease

most expensive time to stay

51%

expected price increase

Price
£73 - £176
Highest day of week
Saturday
Cheapest day of week
Sunday

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Average price (weeknight)

£73

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avg. price over the last two weeks

Average price (weekend night)

£74

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Cheapest time to book
The cheapest time to book hotels in Antwerp is: 3 star, 19 days before. 4-5 star, on the same day that your stay begins.
1-2 star
£47 - £56
3 star
£67 - £76
4-5 star
£93 - £105

Antwerp travel tips

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The best time to visit Antwerp

Peak season for travel to anywhere in Belgium, Antwerp included, is June – August. However, the city has a lot to offer year-round. Summer festivals, like the Antwerp Summer Festival, Jazz Middelheim and the Rubens Market infuse life and culture into the streets and make the city come to life. Summers are, however, peak tourist season for Antwerp. If you are looking for hotels in Antwerp, you might notice cheaper rates during the off-season, which is March – May and September – November.

Getting around Antwerp

Antwerp does have more than a few neighbourhoods, but the city itself is quite small. Most of what you want to see is quite likely to be within walking distance of your hotel. For those days when walking is not ideal, you have De Lijn, which is the city’s public transportation bus. A day pass is best, and costs €6 – €8 EUR per person.

Buy the Antwerp City Card

The Antwerp City Card is your most affordable option for getting into local attractions, and it includes public transportation free with purchase. City cards are good for 24, 48 and 72-hour increments. A 24-hour card starts at €27 EUR, while the 72-hour card is approximately €40 EUR. The city card gives you access to the hottest tourist spots, including the MAS, Rubens House and the De Koninck City Brewery.


How much does a hotel in Antwerp cost per night?

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3 stars
Tryp By Wyndham Antwerp
Best value

Tryp By Wyndham Antwerp

7.0

£38

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4 stars and up
Radisson Blu Astrid Hotel, Antwerp
No. 1 most popular

Radisson Blu Astrid Hotel, Antwerp

8.1

£89

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Hilton Antwerp Old Town
No. 2 most popular

Hilton Antwerp Old Town

8.2

£101

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Crowne Plaza Antwerp
Best value

Crowne Plaza Antwerp

8.1

£65

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Hostels and cheap hotels in Antwerp

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Tryp By Wyndham Antwerp

Tryp By Wyndham Antwerp

7.0

£39

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Mercure Antwerp City South

Mercure Antwerp City South

8.0

£68

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Crowne Plaza Antwerp

Crowne Plaza Antwerp

8.1

£65

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Radisson Blu Astrid Hotel, Antwerp

Radisson Blu Astrid Hotel, Antwerp

8.1

£89

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Mercure Antwerp City Centre

Mercure Antwerp City Centre

7.9

£68

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Hyllit Hotel

Hyllit Hotel

8.4

£90

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Crowne Plaza Antwerp

Crowne Plaza Antwerp

8.1

£65

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Radisson Blu Astrid Hotel, Antwerp

Radisson Blu Astrid Hotel, Antwerp

8.1

£89

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Mercure Antwerp City South

Mercure Antwerp City South

8.0

£68

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Mercure Antwerp City Centre

Mercure Antwerp City Centre

7.9

£68

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Tryp By Wyndham Antwerp

Tryp By Wyndham Antwerp

7.0

£39

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Hyllit Hotel

Hyllit Hotel

8.4

£90

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Where to stay in Antwerp

Best places to stay in Antwerp

Antwerp is home to historic sites, museums and the Old City, which takes you back in time the moment you step onto the cobblestone streets. As a port city nestled up to the River Scheldt, the city dates back to the Middle Ages and has diamond cutters that have been in business for more than 3 centuries. The entire city is beautiful, and just about anywhere you go in Antwerp you will find something exciting to explore. As a first-time visitor, you might be tempted to go to the usual tourist areas, but do not discount the treasures of the outskirts. The neighbourhoods of Antwerp all offer something unique. If you want to blend with the locals, familiarise yourself with the city’s distinct neighbourhoods.

The Old City

The Old City houses most of the main tourist attractions, and hotels here specifically cater to visitors. You can see the majestic 16th century architecture, including the UNESCO cathedrals. The entire area is compact, and everything squeezes up next to each other. Stay at the Hilton Antwerp Old Town to be in a centralised location.

Fashion District

Do you consider yourself a fashion connoisseur? Then the Fashion District is where you want to be. Here you see the historic Flanders Fashion Institute and the Antwerp Fashion Academy housed in the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. The backstreets of this neighbourhood have local boutiques where you can find mainstream fashions. Hotels here are just as fashionable as the clothing and include the Radisson Blu Astrid Hotel Antwerp and the chic Hotel Les Nuits Antwerp with its rooftop café.

Port of Antwerp

Stay on the harbour and enjoy an authentic Belgium lifestyle in the Port. Known by the locals as “the Island, you have old warehouses converted into boutique eateries, cobblestone squares and chic nightlife. Get views of the water every morning by staying at Hotel ibis budget Antwerpen Port.

Schipperskwartier

This is the red light district of Antwerp and is walking distance to the tourist-friendly Grote Market Square. Despite the number of activities going on here, the neighbourhood is safe for tourists. Accommodations here are more modern and include the Leonardo Hotel Antwerpen.

Het Zuid

Het Zuid is on the southern side of the city and home to the Royal Museum of Fine Arts. Bistros line the streets and the annual amusement fair is hosted here too. Stay at the Maison de Trazegnies Antwerp, which puts you within a short walk from the river.

Central Station

Central station has storefronts illuminated with neon signs and is connected to the Chinatown of Belgium. It is also home to the secret Red Light District that only the locals know about. Hotel ibis Antwerpen Centrum puts you in the centre of the neighbourhood, and close to public transportation.

Diamond District

Just between Central Station and the green suburban areas of Stadspark, you have the Diamond District. Here you find diamond traders that live and work in the neighbourhood, and some allow you to come in and tour their facilities. Hotels here are contemporary, chic and take on the theme of the area. The Lindner Hotel & City Lounge is a modern hotel in the Diamond District, while the Leopold Hotel Antwerp is a contemporary hotel housed in a 16th century building.

Cheap hotels in Antwerp

Antwerp might be home to diamonds and traders, but that does not mean you cannot afford to stay in the city centre. There are value hotels in every district, and often in superior, safe neighbourhoods too. The Hotel O Kathedral is located next to the Cathedral of Our Lady. In city centre, you also have Century Hotel and the Hotel Postiljon, which are affordable and in close proximity to most local attractions.


What to do in Antwerp

Chocolate, diamonds and buildings that date back to the Middle Ages are just some of the things to enjoy while in Antwerp. Antwerp is the second largest city of Belgium and home to the largest port in the country. The city itself oozes history and chic flair. Tucked away in the alleys and small corners of the city, you find shops and attractions not listed in the typical tour guide. While you are here, spread out your adventures and be sure to include some of these ideas in your plan:

  • Sit back and admire the beauty of Antwerp’s Central Station. The architecture alone is something to marvel, and features the unmistakable Gothic styling. It is a city landmark and rated as one of the top 5 most beautiful train stations in the world. While the exterior dates back hundreds of years, the interior is quite modernised and includes multiple train platforms.
  • Visit the highly regarded Museum Plantin-Moretus, which is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As a former printing press, the site has been a museum since 1876 and the grounds are as unique as the building. The courtyard is something you must explore, even if you do not tour the interior.
  • Rubens House is the former residence of artist Pieter Rubens. He constructed the home himself, and built a studio inside to do his work. The building was restored to its original condition and now serves as a display for his famous artwork.
  • The Red Star Line Museum pays homage to the migrants of the area. Most migrants embarked on their journey from the building itself and inside you have a museum featuring exhibits that tell their story, photographs of passengers and an observation tower.
  • If you are travelling with the kids, you must visit the Antwerp Zoo. Originally established in 1843, the Zoo is old but features modern accommodations, programmes and exhibits. They recently added a reef and aquarium too.
  • Belgium residents argue that they were the creators of the “French fry. Regardless of the true inventor, Antwerp is a perfect place to go and try Belgium’s take on the classic fast food side.
  • You cannot go to the fashion district of Belgium without actually shopping. Shopping centres here are stylish, trendy and have fashions you cannot find in the UK just yet. Most centres have champagne bars to accommodate their guests. Therefore, even if you do not buy, you can have a free glass of champagne while browsing.
  • Het Steen is a small, but beautiful castle sitting along the river. It’s 13th century architecture is the perfect backdrop for a photo opportunity.

Antwerp travel information

How long do people stay in Antwerp?

A stay of 2 nights is most popular when visiting Antwerp.

How much does a hotel cost in Antwerp?

The price of a hotel in Antwerp depends on several factors such as star rating, location and demand. Generally speaking, the average cost of a hotel is around £79 per night.

When is the best time to book a hotel in Antwerp?

February is the cheapest month to book a hotel in Antwerp. Prices can be £12% lower than other, busier months, so this is a great time to get a good deal.

Which day is cheapest to stay in Antwerp?

Saturday is the day where you will typically find the lowest price for your hotel room in Antwerp. The highest price tends to be on Friday.

How much does a hostel in Antwerp cost?

£46 is how much a hostel (and up to 2-star hotels) in Antwerp could cost you each night. Booking a hostel could save you £32 when compared to the average price of a hotel in Antwerp.

Based on the weather in Antwerp, what attractions are popular during August?

With good temperatures around 17 °C and just a moderate chance of expected rainfall, those staying at a hotel in Antwerp should consider visiting popular establishments near Antwerp.