Kapucijnenstraat 52, 8400 Ostend, Belgium.
Welcome to the Europe hotel in Oostende. This family 4-star hotel with tradition is a real insider’s tip for your vacation in Ostend, the hotel scores with its ideal central location. Since the hotel was expanded in 2007 there are 87 rooms and suites to choose from. The genuine Belgian flair about the hotel as well as the familiar atmosphere make the hotel the first choice for demanding Ostend holidaymakers. A range of inclusive services – such as underground garage parking, use of the spa facilities or of the heated swimming pool – will convince you of the cost-benefit ratio of the Europe hotel. In the 87 hotelrooms of the Europe hotel you will experience exclusive 4-star comfort. Most of the rooms and suites have their own balcony or terrace. A cozy ambience, state-of-the-art fittings, lots of bright wood and an agelessly elegant style will impress you. The spacious bathrooms, some of which are fitted with steam showers, spacious wardrobes and a clever design concept leave enough space to relax after a busy day in Ostend. All rooms are perfectly renovated and equipped with the latest technology.
Internet is available free of charge.There are internetcomputers available in the lobby free of charge.
Parking fee required (20.00 €).
Beach, Centre, Harbour, Near shopping centre.
More than 2 days before arrival : no cancellation costs.
Less than 2 day(s) before arrival : 1 night will be charged.
When the reservation has not been used and no cancellation has been made at the hotel: 1 night will be charged.
Children less than 2 year(s) old: free of charge.
Children less than 12 years and more than 2 year(s) old: 25.00 € for each additional bed.
Children less than 16 years and more than 12 year(s) old: 35.00 € for each additional bed.
For older children and adults 45.00 € for each additional bed is charged.
Babybeds: 5.00 € for each additional babybed.
Pets are not allowed.
Visa, Diners Club, Maestro, Mastercard, BCC, Pinpas, American Express.
Our hotel only serves bed and breakfast.
Ostend is a Cosmopolitan City with many advantages and a rich historical past. There is the harbour, the yacht-basin, the airport,... Excursions to the historical cities of Bruges or Ypres are possible. The casino Kursaal in Ostend for those who enjoy a bit of gambling. The nightlife of Ostend with pubs, delightful discos and a cinema complex in the Langestraat and the surrounding area. The gastronomy: in the restaurants at the Visserskaai and the Albert I Promenade one can sample all the delicacies the sea has to offer. The shopping experience : in the Kapellestraat you will find branches of most of the big department stores. For a stylish outfit pay a visit to the Adolf Buylstraat with its more exclusive boutiques, also the many shops in the Alfons Pieterslaan and Petit Paris are well worth a visit and of course there is the sea, with more than 9 km of fine sandy beaches. A visit to one of our numerous places of interest certainly is on the list: the new theme park Earth Explorer, the Three Master Mercator, the Iceland Vessel Amandine, the Fort Napoleon, Domain Raversyde, the Fine Arts Museum, Ostend’s Historic Museum ‘De Ploate’ and the Provincial Museum for Modern Art. Furthermore Oostende becomes more and more THE City of Events at the Sea. The whole year round, many activities take place. Some highlights are : Ostend at Anchor, Theater at Sea, Sparkling Mondays, Magic Lights in the Park, Kiosk-on-Ice, Carnival week-end and many more. Ostend has undergone a real metamorphosis through several renovations during the past few years, such as the renovation of the sea promenade (from the Kursaal up to Mariakerke), the Albert-I-Promenade, the Fort Napoleon, The Visserskaai and different squares and streets in the city centre, such as the Stationsplein, the St. Petrus-and Paulusplein and the Vissersplein. Besides, lots of projects are on the way in Ostend such as the development of the East shore, the renovation of the Van Iseghemlaan through a building construction with shopping possibilities, the renewal of the Feest- and Kultuurpaleis on the Wapenplein and the relocation of the Modern Art Museum to the ancient Post Building.