Europahotel Ghent

Ghent Hotel
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ChainIndependent / Other
Total Meeting Space300 sq. m
Guest Rooms41
Gordunakaai 59
Ghent 9000

Europahotel Ghent

Ghent Hotel
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Room Features and Guest Services

  • Internet Access
  • Luggage Storage
  • View (Garden)
  • View (Ocean or Water)


  • Onsite Catering
  • Onsite Restaurant
  • Onsite Security
  • Wheelchair Accessible


  • AV Capabilities
  • Business Center

Venue Accessible By

  • Bus
  • Taxi
  • Train

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space300 sq. m
Meeting Rooms4
Largest Room165 sq. m
Second Largest Room82 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms41
Singles (1 Bed)41



Local Attractions

MIAT - art

The Museum voor Industriële Archeologie en Textiel or MIAT displays the industrial strength of Ghent with recreations of workshops and stores from the 1800s and original spinning and weaving machines that remain from the time when the building was a weaving mill.
Minnemeers 9
Ghent, BE 9000

S.M.A.K. City Museum for Contemporary Art

15 minutes away
The Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst (commonly abbreviated as S.M.A.K., translated as City Museum for Contemporary Art) is a relatively new museum located in Ghent, Belgium, and is renowned both for its permanent collection (Karel Appel, Francis Bacon, Panamarenko, Andy Warhol, etc.) and for its provocative exhibitions.
Citadelpark 1
Ghent, BE 9000

Museum Dokter Gislain

4 km away
Joseph Guislain (Ghent, 2 February 1797-Ghent, 1 April 1860) was a Belgian physician and a pioneer in psychiatry. Guislain started his medical studies at Ecole de Médicine and he was one of the first students to the University of Ghent; he graduated as a medical doctor in 1819.
Jozef Guislainstraat 4
Ghent, BE 9000

Sint-Baafs Cathedral

Historical Landmark
3 km away
The building is based upon the Chapel of St. John the Baptist, a primarily wooden construction; it was consecrated in 942 by Transmarus, Bishop of Tournai and Noyon. Traces of this original structure are evident in the cathedral's crypt. The chapel was subsequently expanded in the Romanesque style in 1038. Some traces of this phase of expansion are still evident in the present day crypt. Here you can find 'Het lam gods - the lamb of God'
Sint-baafsplein 4
Ghent, BE 9000

Abbey Sint-Pieters

Historical Landmark
Sint-Pietersplein 9
Ghent, BE 9000

Belfort Ghent

Historical Landmark
3 km away
The Belfry is the symbol of the autonomy and independency of the city of Ghent. The construction started in 1313. The Belfry had different functions: •Keeping of the municipal privileges The municipal privileges were kept in a trunk in the secrecy room since 1402. The dragon, which was put on the tower in 1377, didn’t only keep an eye on the city, but was also the symbolic guardian of the privileges. In 1539 all the municipal privileges were transferred to the Chamber of Accounts of Lille. Only in 1578, under pressure of the Calvinistic regime and in the heat of the battle against Philips II, the privileges were returned to Ghent and kept in the City Hall. Since 1633 the secrecy room was used as a records department for the fencing guild of St-Michael.
Ghent, BE 9000

Museum for fine arts

The Museum of Fine Arts (Dutch: Museum voor Schone Kunsten (MSK)) in Ghent, Belgium, is situated at the East side of the Citadelpark (near the Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst). The museum holds a large permanent collection of art from the Middle Ages until mid 20th Century. The collection focuses on Flemish Art (Southern Netherlands) but also has several European- especially French- paintings. It also has a large amount of sculptures.
Fernand Scribedreef 1
Ghent, BE 9000

Het Gravensteen

Historical Landmark
3 km away
The Gravensteen is a castle in Ghent originating from the Middle Ages. The name means "castle of the count" in Dutch. The present castle was built in 1180 by count Philip of Alsace [2] and was modeled after the crusaders castles that Philip of Alsace encountered while he participated in the second crusade. Before its construction, there stood a wooden castle on the same location, presumably built in the ninth century. The castle served as the seat of the Counts of Flanders until they abandoned it in the 14th century. The castle was then used as a courthouse, a prison and eventually decayed. Houses were built against the walls and even on the courtyard and the stones of the walls were used to erect other buildings. At one time it even served as a factory. At the end of the 19th century, the castle was scheduled to be demolished.
Sint-Veerleplein 11
Gent, BE 9000

Distance from Airport

  • 68 km from Venue


  • Street Parking
  • Bus Parking


Europahotel is a cosy and friendly business and family hotel in the city of Gent. The hotel enjoys a calm and central location and is easily accessible. We are just 800m from St. Pieters railway station and close to Flanders Exhibition Halls, Congress Centre, Topsporthal Vlaanderen and Watersportbaan. Business people make a smart choice when they choose Europahotel. We have five fully equipped rooms that can hold from 5 to 150 people – the ideal place for seminars, conferences, business lunches, banquets and other occasions.

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