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Ramada Ostend Star Rating 3        
Leopold II Laan 20

Within walking distance of the beach, this chic urban hotel is a 2-minute walk from Leopold Park and 2.1 km from Mercator Nautical Museum.The modern rooms come with en suite bathrooms and wooden floors, as well as free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, minifridges, and coffeemakers.
Hotel Agenda Louise Star Rating 3        
6 Rue De Florence

Within a block of the high-end shops of Avenue Louise, this modern, upscale hotel is a 2-minute walk from a tram stop and 1.9 km from the Musées royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique museum.Chic rooms sleep up to 3 guests, and offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs.
Albert Hotel Brussels Star Rating 2        
Rue Royale St Marie 27-29

Within a block of the Église Royale Sainte-Marie church, this straightforward hotel in the Schaerbeek district is an 8-minute walk from a metro station and 2 km from La Grand-Place square.Colorful rooms with simple, traditional decor offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Upgraded rooms add sitting areas, minifridges, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Radisson Blu Astrid Hotel Antwerp Star Rating 4        
Koningin Astridplein 7

With striking modern architecture, this contemporary hotel is across the street from Antwerpen-Centraal Station and 1.5 km from Cathedral of Our Lady Antwerp.The sleek, understated rooms come with city views, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars.
Radisson Blu Astrid Hotel        
Koningin Astridplein, 7

With striking modern architecture, this contemporary hotel is across the street from Antwerpen-Centraal Station and 1.5 km from Cathedral of Our Lady Antwerp.The sleek, understated rooms come with city views, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars.
BEST WESTERN Hotel Arlux Star Rating 3        
Rue De Lorraine

With contemporary style and parklike grounds, this polished hotel is less than 1 km from the A4 highway. It's also 3 km from the sights of historic Arlon, including the Musée Archéologique and the Tour Romaine.Stylish rooms have streamlined decor and bold color schemes.
Hotel-Flats Leopold Star Rating 2        
Hoogste Van Brugge 2

Tucked away down a narrow, cobbled lane this modest, family-run hotel is a 6-minute walk from the 13th-century Church of Our Lady and a 10-minute walk from the bustling central Markt square.The 10 straightforward rooms come with cable TV and free Wi-Fi, while upgraded rooms add minifridges, tea and coffeemaking facilities, and separate sitting rooms.A free breakfast buffet is served in the updated dining room, and there's also a lounge bar.
The Lodge Houthalen-Helchteren Star Rating 3        
Guldensporenlaan 1

This warm, polished hotel is 12 km from both the Circuit Zolder racetrack and the Open Air Museum Bokrijk, and 13 km from Plopsa Indoor Hasselt amusement park.The straightforward rooms provide free Wi-Fi, minibars and TVs, along with air-conditioning and en suite bathrooms.Free breakfast is served in a brasserie restaurant.
Aux Ecuries De La Reine Star Rating 3        
La Gleize 23

This upscale, intimate B&B occupies former stables in a rural village 4 km from Plopsa Coo amusement park and 16 km from the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps motor-racing track and museum.Individually decorated, country-style rooms in an inner courtyard include free Wi-Fi and TVs; some have exposed stone walls or wooden beams. There are also apartments and houses with kitchens.
BEST WESTERN Premier Hotel Weinebrugge Star Rating 4        
Koning Albert I Laan 242

This upscale, family-owned hotel is set in a country house arranged around a central courtyard. It's 2.5 km from Boudewijn Seapark and 6.
 
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Located in north-western Europe, Belgium is a small country bordered by The Netherlands, France, Germany, and Luxemburg. There's more to the country than Belgian fries, glass and beer: multicultural and multilingual, Belgium is a veritable Europe in miniature.

Belgium reached its zenith under the Duke of Burgundy during the 14th century. However, the country declined in the mid-15th century. During the First World War, despite Belgium's neutral policy, the Germans invaded the country in 1914. The Germans attacked it again in 1940, this time taking control over the entire country within barely three weeks. After the war, Belgium witnessed an economic boom, which was further boosted by Brussels appointment as the headquarters of both the European Union and NATO.