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|"Lovely bar, with very friendly staff."||(in 59 reviews)|
|"Great staff and wonderful breakfast."||(in 40 reviews)|
|"Lovely bar, with very friendly staff."||(in 20 reviews)|
|"Quality of the coffee is very poor!"||(in 6 reviews)|
|"Expensive car park"||(in 3 reviews)|
|"21€ for breakfast is too expensive"||(in 17 reviews)|
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The room they gave us was fantastic! Icing on the cake. Staff friendly and helpful.
All good. No complaints.
This was a lovely place, a historic building nicely modernised into a luxury hotel. Our room (twin beds, as requested) was very comfortable, good beds and a bathroom with jacuzzi bath and shower spray. Breakfast was good. We used this hotel as a base for visiting Brussels, and thought it was a good alternative to bland business hotels in busy ultra-modern parts of Brussels. Leuven is pretty in parts (not many parts) but feels like an authentic town, and there is a good train service to Brussels, with cheap weekend tickets. We walked round the city (Brussels) on Saturday, and spent most of Sunday at the Musees Royaux des Beaux Arts, which must be one of Europe's most underrated art galleries. We were there for five hours, and did not see everything, in spite of not even going to the Magritte museum. Great stuff about Bruegel in the Old Masters section, and lots of impressionism and social realism in the "fin de siècle" section. The latter section has eight subterranean basements, so plenty to see.
It is hard to find anything not to like in this wonderful place, but the view from our window was less than excellent. The old brick monastery buildings have been tastefully restored, and we could see a garden with magnolia tree (in flower). Alas, just behind this view was a large, concrete slab of a tower block. Town planning (or lack of it) seems to be a problem in so many historic towns in Belgium and the Netherlands.
Clean and comfortable room. Excellent location, friendly staff. Convenient onsite parking.
Breakfast and parking are rather expensive.
A stay at Martin's Klooster places you in the heart of Leuven, within a 5-minute walk of Old Market Square and St. Peter's Church. Featured amenities include a computer station, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and multilingual staff. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
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Most popular landmarks
- Old Market Square 222 m
- Leuven Town Hall 308 m
- St. Peter's Church 313 m
- Grote Markt 319 m
- Botanical garden 0.5 km
- M - Museum Leuven 0.5 km