Thermae Palace was built at the end of the 19th Century as a thermal cure resort and reopened in 1993 as an exclusive hotel. The complex was founded at the request of the former King Leopold II, who wanted to make the resort in Ostend more appealing and establish it as a port of call for the nobility and the rich.
It is a unique building in Belle Epoque style, situated on the beach, and every room and suite offers a panoramic view of the North Sea or Wellington Racecourse.
The Thermae Palace has 149 luxuriously equipped rooms, 80 of which offer a sea view and 10 suites. The rooms are equipped with a spacious bathroom with a hairdryer and WC, central heating, colour television with remote control, minibar and a telephone with a direct outside line.
The hotel has 10 luxurious suites with sea views. They are extremely comfortable and guarantee a unique stay in our stylish hotel.
If you opt for one of our luxurious suites you will spend the night in a totally relaxing space with the sound of the sea in the background and free wireless internet access.