More Than A Few Lilies Hotel, Antwerp

I was so fired up about my upcoming trip to Antwerpen again after not being in this magnificent town for half a year.   While researching places to visit, I stumbled across few Hotels I would love to experience during my tour.

How lucky I feel to have been able to experience Antwerpen again, with few of my hotel owner friends as my gracious hosts.  De Witte Lelieis(meaning: the white lilies) one of the little more luxurious yet contemporary one which is in middle of town centreI would like to suggest and share with you.

This hotel are three seventeenth-century canal houses have been joined together to create Antwerp’s most luxurious small hotel. You can take the name almost as literally as you like; the expansive public spaces are filled with white rugs, chess table, art, sofas and armchairs, with more than a few lilies to be seen, and the guest rooms are white-on-white and lighter than air, contemporary rather than modernist, as stylish and elegant as any in this fashionable city.

I was staying at their Junior Suite, it was white-on-white and lighter than air, extremely spacious, contemporary rather than modernist, as stylish and elegant as any in this fashionable city.  Their bath room are filled with Hermes toiletries which gives a elegant touch into the details.

This is no urban resort, simply a stylish and exquisitely comfortable pied à terre from which to explore the museums, boutiques and restaurants of this charming city. Most of their guests are as likely to be designers, stylist as diamond traders, so you may likely to meet few eye to eye!


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