Situated in the culturally significant port city of Gent, the Campanile Gent / Gand is in an ideal location for guests staying on business or seeking a leisurely break.
The hotel is surrounded by excellent transport links and is easy to access from exit nine of the nearest highway. Guests arriving by train will be just three kilometers from the hotel, while Brussels Airport is 60 kilometers away. Gent city center is a mere five kilometers away, the 10th century St Bravo’s cathedral is seven kilometers away, and the historic Gravensteen castle is 11 kilometers away. A great family day can be found at the nearby Pairi Daiza zoo and botanical gardens, which houses 4000 animals for all to enjoy.
The Campanile Gent / Gand has a total of 51 rooms, with guests having the choice of either a twin or a double room. Every room is well-equipped with a TV, telephone, en suite bathroom, hairdryer, unlimited Wi-Fi access, and complimentary tea and coffee-making equipment. There are also two specially adapted rooms for guests with reduced mobility.
Guests can start the day off with a full breakfast buffet in the hotel’s restaurant between 7:00am and 9:30am on weekdays and from 7:00am to 10:00am on weekends. The buffet includes both hot and cold food options. The hotel’s restaurant also opens from 12:00pm to 6:00pm every day for snacks, and again from 6:00pm to 10:00pm when guests can enjoy a choice of daily specials, meats, fish, seasonal dishes, and desserts.
Offering comfort and a prime location, the Campanile Gent / Gard is perfectly suited for guests visiting for business or a family vacation.
Things to do
Tours and Attractions
Ghent and Bruges Day Trip from Brussels
Discover medieval history and Belgian mystery on this Ghent and Bruges day trip from Brussels. Explore the historic, UNESCO-listed cities of Ghent and Bruges — two of Flanders' special gems — with your guide. Visit top attractions such as St Bavo’s Cathedral, the ancient port, St Nicholas’ Church and the Castle of the Counts of Flanders in Ghent. Travel by coach through the Belgian and Flemish countryside to Bruges. There, marvel at Minnewater and wander cobblestone streets to the impressive Market Square and the Chapel of the Holy Blood.
Viator Exclusive: Private World War I Flanders Battlefields Tour from Brussels
To mark the 100th anniversary of the beginning of World War I and the 100th anniversary of the battle of Passchendaele (1917), take this profoundly moving private tour of Belgium’s Flanders battlefields from Brussels – a Viator Exclusive available nowhere else. Visit the German "Student Cemetery" in Langemark, Tyne Cot Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery and memorials to the many soldiers who lost their lives during the war. See where John McCrae wrote his famous poem ‘In Flanders Fields’ and the sites of major battles. Finally, witness an emotional daily tribute to the fallen at the Last Post ceremony in Ypres. Being on a private tour allows you the flexibility to adjust the itinerary and ensures more individualized attention from your guide.
Private Tour: Ghent and Bruges Day Trip from Brussels
Visit the historical cities of Ghent and Bruges in one day on this must-do private tour from Brussels! With an attentive private guide at your side, explore Ghent in the morning and admire its medieval architecture as well as top city sights such as St Bavo Cathedral and Gravensteen Castle. Enjoy the guide's commentary about the two cities’ histories as you travel between Ghent and Bruges, and then take a walk around romantic Minnewater Lake before heading into Bruges. Enjoy free time for lunch (own expense), and see the city’s handsome sights on a walking tour.