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1898 The Post

Send yourself to a central Ghent design delight offering postcard views of Belgium

Reflecting the Neo-Gothic and Neo-Renaissance influences of the time, Ghent’s former post office building, finished in 1910 and now home to 1898 The Post, offers the archetypal winter picture postcard scene. This 37-key hostelry packages its green-painted accommodations with post-related names including The Envelope, The Carriage and The Letter. Experience too an American buffet breakfast in The Kitchen while being warmed by the open fireplace in sight of the Belgian city’s magical spire-dotted vistas. And the hotel’s mixologists will no doubt fix up regionally inflected cocktails in its old-time-atmosphered bar.

 

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