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ARASS HOTEL ANTWERP

cyclist-friendly accommodation

Added on 26 Nov 2011,

last edited by »biroto-Redaktion« on 26 Nov 2011

Nearby cycle routes and tours

Route nameTypeDist. to route

Kempenroute

Route

2,4 km

Stedenroute

Route

2,4 km

Paris - Aachen

Tour

0,3 km

From Tarifa to Amsterdam

Tour

1,4 km

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Type of accommodation

Hotel
cyclist-friendly accommodation

 

Name and address

ARASS HOTEL ANTWERP

Plantin en Moretuslei 111

BE-2018 Antwerp

Geodetic coordinates

51.210331 4.427130

Communication

Phone

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Fax

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Internet

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Photo of the accommodationArass Hotel is situated in the heart of Antwerp, a 10-minute walk from Antwerp Central Station and a 5-minute walk to the Zurenborg area with restaurants, bars and Art Nouveau and other fin-de-siècle style townhouses.

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Cyclist-friendly conditions

Accommodation for one night only is available

Lockable room for overnight bicycle parking (free) is available

Healthy breakfast - availability is unknown

Basic bicycle repair tools for simple repairs - availability is unknown

Information about location, opening times and telephone numbers of the nearest cycle shops for major repairs - availability is unknown

possibility of drying clothes and equipment - availability is unknown

Description of overnight bicycle parking:

 


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service is offered

service is not offered

unknown whether service is offered or not

Nearby cycle routes and tours

Route nameTypeDist. to route

Kempenroute

Route

2,4 km

Stedenroute

Route

2,4 km

Paris - Aachen

Tour

0,3 km

From Tarifa to Amsterdam

Tour

1,4 km

Is this your business?

Added on 26 Nov 2011,

last edited by »biroto-Redaktion« on 26 Nov 2011