Concierge.com's insider take:
Service is attentive but noninvasive at Antwerp's graceful De Witte Lelie ("the white lily"). This elegantly renovated, but still creaky, 17th-century town house is cloistered away in the student district across a narrow street from the Latvian consulate. Not all the ten rooms and suites have Wi-Fi access, but fresh flower bouquets, crimson Persian rugs, grandfather clocks, delft-tile fireplaces, and exposed oak beams help to create a tranquil atmosphere that might encourage you to stash your laptop away during your stay. A complimentary minibar, stereo, and flat-screen TV keep the place feeling modern.
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