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Hotel d'Hane-Steenhuyse

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Hotel d'Hane-Steenhuyse

Hotel d'Hane-Steenhuyse

Hotel d'Hane-Steenhuyse

Hotel d'Hane-Steenhuyse

In his 1767 building application, the German Count Emmanuel Ignace d’Hane asked for permission to rebuild the front of his house, located in the Veldstraat, for the further adornment of our city. The result is a splendid façade in typical Ghent rococo style. In 1815, the French king Louis XVIII stayed in this building. Today, on special occasions, you can still admire the luxurious interiors and salons of that period.

Info for groups

Groups (incl. schools) can enjoy a guided tour on Thursday morning or afternoon.

Opening hours

  • T 18/12 closed
  • F 19/12  >
  • S 20/12  >
  • S 21/12 closed
  • M 22/12 closed
  • T 23/12 closed
  • W 24/12 closed
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Pricing

TypePrice
Basic price
€6.00
Reduction -12 years
€0.00
Groups
€75.00
Scholen
€65.00
Accessible with a CityCard Gent
€0.00

Contact

Hotel d'Hane-Steenhuyse

Veldstraat 55
9000 Gent
Op het stadsplan: C4

Groups

BoekjeBezoek

9000 Gent
Tel.: +32-92698750
E-mailadres: boekjebezoek@gent.be
URL - link: BoekjeBezoek

Tickets

Uitbureau Gent vzw

Veldstraat 82B
9000 Gent
Tel.: +32-92337788
URL - link: Uitbureau Gent vzw
Op het stadsplan: C4

Publicatie

Pearls in the city Ghent

Pearls in the city

Museum Arnold Vander Haeghen - Hotel d’Hane Steenhuyse

Public transport

Zonnestraat

Afstand: 120m

Korenmarkt

Afstand: 200m
Hotel d’Hane-Steenhuyse

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