Radisson Blu Park Lane Hotel Antwerp
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A nice hotel in Antwerp Mar 18, 2010
Radisson Blu Park Lane is a 4 star hotel close to the city centre of the Flemish harbour metropol Antwerp. The hotel is situated close to one of the large parks of the city centre and which was the view from my room.
From outside the hotel is visualized with a huge and rather modern green glass facade and the entrance is straight out to a quite busy road wish runs in the middle of the Jewish quarter. If you arrive by car or taxi there is five cars space to park in front the hotel, where you can unload and check-in before you find a parking space.
I arrived by my own car and parked just outside in order to get access to their parking and check in. The parking is straight under the hotel and the area is quite large if I compare with some other hotels; the only problem is that cars are getting larger and the parking spaces are designed to cars built 30 – 40 years ago.
As soon as I entered the hall, the impression of the hotel changed a bit from the more modern front I had seen some moments before; I felt like I was stepping a bit back in history in to an old classy British hotel. The reception is just straight in front of the entrance and I was greeted by two smiling youngsters in traditional hotel suits.
The receptionist that took care of me was smiling and was really fast; it did not take long before I had gotten my card key to my room on fifth floor. The hotel had this old feeling about it; it was like it had its best years behind it, but I was a nice hotel.
The room was of a really pleasant size; there was good space around the bed and it felt nice entering the room. The bed was king-size; and a real king-size, not a fake one with two beds put together. There was a nice desk where one could work from; larger than the ones I was used to in Stockholm. In the alcove there was a small table and two chairs.
I had been driving all day in order to get there and I didn’t feel like going out for diner in a restaurant, so I decided to go for a club sandwich from the room service. The sandwich was 14 euro and 5 euro in tray fee; so almost 20 euro for a sandwich but I couldn’t care, I was tired. The service was fast; in less than 30 minutes a waiter knocked on my door. The sandwich was good and the little table was a good place to eat.
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Radisson Blu Park Lane Hotel Antwerp Overview
Situated within the city center, the Radisson Blu Park Lane Hotel Antwerp is convenient to the attractions of the city. Guests will be able to walk to a number of dining establishments and nightlife venues. In addition, the hotel is nearby to city park, the diamond district, Central Station, the Diamond Museum, the Fashion Museum, and the Rubens Museum. Both the rail station and the airport are within minutes of the Radisson Blu Park Lane Hotel Antwerp. The accommodation provides guests with on-site covered parking.
The one hundred seventy four guestrooms at the Radisson Blu Park Lane Hotel Antwerp offer such modern amenities as air-conditioning, complimentary wireless Internet access, satellite television, direct-dial telephones, in-room safes, irons and ironing boards, minibars, and clock radios.
The Radisson Blu Park Lane Hotel Antwerp offers guests modern accommodation and amenities, such as a restaurant, a bar, eleven meeting rooms, a grand ballroom, a swimming pool, a Jacuzzi, a sauna, and an atrium. The hotel also offers a buffet breakfast, a tour desk, secretarial services, and wireless Internet access.
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