The converted church hotel
This is a hotel in an historic church located in the art heart of Northern Europe, Mechelen where there are loads of amazing buildings, paintings and sculptures. Many were created in the sixteenth century renaissance. So when you’re done craning your neck and making impressed noises at the mountainous cathedrals, why not make your way back the hotel? Your room is located in the stone-roofed and stained glass vestry or monk’s chamber. Obviously you won’t be living like a monk, all the conveniences are available to you and, I have it on good authority, the beds are particularly good here. How about sitting in your private Jacuzzi watching the bubbles reflect the rainbow that shines through your stained glass windows? Breakfast is served in the traditional church building and specializes in religious ecstasy on toast… not really.