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Boardhouse Hotel Leuven Star Rating 3        
Jules Vandenbemptlaan 6

A 3-minute walk from Heverlee train station, this casual hotel on a tree-lined street is 10 minutes' walk from the 16th-century Arenberg Castle and 2 km from the M-Museum Leuven's art galleries.The minimalist rooms offer free Wi-Fi, plus flat-screen TVs, DVD players and minibars. Upgraded rooms add separate sitting areas and whirlpool tubs.
Ibis Hotel Leuven Centrum Star Rating 2        
Brusselsestraat 52

Next to a bus stop and a 4-minute walk from lively Grote Markt square, this city center hotel is also a 5-minute walk from St. Peter's Church.Featuring parquet floors, the straightforward rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks.
Martin's Klooster Hotel Star Rating 4        
Predikherenstraat 22

Set on the grounds of a former monastery, this refined hotel is a 6-minute walk from the 15th-century Leuven Town Hall, 12 minutes from Sint-Donatus Park and 2.4 km from Park Abbey.Decorated in warm tones, the polished rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screens and minibars, as well as sitting areas.
De Biestpoort Star Rating 2        
Brusselsestraat 110

The Hotel de Biestpoort is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests to Leuven / Louvain. The Hotel de Biestpoort boasts a convenient location with modern amenities in every guestroom and superb service. Each guestroom is fully equipped with hair dryer, internet access (wireless), ironing board, television, bathtub.
Binnenhof Hotel Leuven Star Rating 3        
Maria Theresiastraat 65

A 5-minute walk from Leuven train station, this casual downtown hotel is 6 minutes by foot from Ladeuzeplein, the city's main square, and 11 minutes' walk from the Gothic, 15th-century Leuven Town Hall.Relaxed rooms with modern accents (no air-conditioning) feature flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded rooms add seating areas, while a suite also offers a minibar and a terrace.
Hotel New Damshire Star Rating 3        
Schapenstraat 1

A 6-minute walk from the Grand Béguinage historic quarter and a 7-minute walk from the lively Grote Markt square, this straightforward, brick-clad hotel is 3 km from Leuven railway station.Casual, modern rooms (no air-conditioning) provide free Wi-Fi and bottled water, as well as flat-screen TVs and minibars. Room service is available.
Begijnhof Hotel Leuven Star Rating 4        
Groot Begijnhof 15

Set in Leuven's 13th-century Spanish quarter, this modern, laid-back hotel is a 15-minute walk from Grote Markt, the main square, as well as the 15th-century Town Hall. It's 1.9 km from Leuven railway station.
Condo Gardens Leuven Star Rating 3        
Dekenstraat 87

Set in a redbrick building, this unassuming apartment hotel is 1.3 km from both the Romanesque St. Peter's Church and the 15th-century Leuven Town Hall.
Pentahotel Leuven Star Rating 3        
Alfons Smetsplein 7

A 13-minute walk from Leuven train station, this stylish hotel is a 5-minute walk from both the 15th-century Leuven Town Hall and the Romanesque-style St. Peter's Church.The contemporary rooms feature designer furniture, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus minifridges and iPod docks; some add sitting areas.
Theater Hotel Leuven Centrum Star Rating 3        
Bondgenotenlaan 20

Opposite the Schouwburg concert hall, this modest hotel in a redbrick townhouse is a 3-minute walk from Grote Markt square and a 14-minute walk from De Kruidtuin, a 19th-century botanical garden.Casual rooms with simple, modern furnishings include free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, in addition to minibars. Split-level suites add living areas.
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Leuven is a university city and the capital of the province of Flemish Brabant in Belgium. Its lively streets are often full of students, and there are a wide variety of bars, restaurants and shops. The Catholic University of Leuven is the oldest in the country, dating from 1425, and it has an excellent reputation. In fact, a great many overseas students come to the city to study because of the University's fame. Among the city's main attractions is the Town Hall. Built between 1448 and 1463, it is one of the loveliest examples of late Gothic architecture in Europe. Another recommended monument is the Church of St Peter; also in the Gothic style, it dates back to 1425. A curious historic site is the Leuven beguinage, or Begijnhof, which was declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1998. Leuven is a vibrant city with much to offer. It is an important cultural and university city that you are bound to enjoy!