Coziness knows no limitsSmall but beautiful – our “Drubbel” apartment. Its name commemorates a collection of ten residential and commercial buildings that dated back to the 13th century and stood near St. Lambert's Church. The cozy apartment has a separate entrance, a sleeping and living area with a large closet and blackout curtains, a fully equipped kitchenette and a seating area for two people. The modern bathroom features a floor-level shower and a toilet.
Arrive and relaxStart out with a tasty home-cooked meal to get you settled into your home away from home. Our “Drubbel” apartment offers a fully equipped kitchen with stove and baking oven plus microwave function and hood, a refrigerator with freezer and a dishwasher. There’s also a Nespresso machine with hand filter, an electric kettle and a toaster to get your day off to a great start. A coffee machine is available upon request. Of course, you’ll also find herbs and a sufficient amount of tableware.
Feels like homeThe bright, cozy corner apartment – flooded with light from two sides through the transom windows – helps you escape your daily routines. The open-plan living and sleeping area offers a comfortable double bed and corner sofa. The large closet offers enough space for your luggage and souvenirs, while the blackout curtains ensure that you are fully rested and recuperated.
Everything you need for a good night’s sleepThe modern sleeping area offers a comfortable double bed and blackout curtains that ensure you’ll get a good night’s sleep. The bird wallpaper at the head of the bed is a real eye-catcher.
Leaving your daily routine behindLeave the hustle and bustle of the city and the rigors of everyday life behind you and relax in the modern bathroom, which also features a floor-level shower and a separate toilet. During your stay, we will of course provide you with towels and personal care products.
Stove with baking oven
Refrigerator with freezer
Nespresso machine with hand filter
(Coffee machine upon request)
Towels and bedlinen
- Flatscreen TV
- Electric kettle
- Kitchen hood
- Smoke detector
- Hair dryer
- Cosmetic products
- Kitchen towels
- Blackout curtains
- Shared washing machine with dryer for general use
- Fresh fruit upon request
- Coffee and tea, cutlery, tableware, etc.
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A gem at the heart of the city
If you head towards the Roggenmarkt from St. Lambert’s Church, you can't help but pass its former location: the Drubbel. A mark in the cobblestones commemorates the ten residential and commercial buildings that were destroyed by a fire in 1906 and then, in 1907, demolished to free up more space for the streetcar.
The Drubbel, which means “densely packed” in Low German, houses a range of small stores. Their owners also used to live there – on a mere 441 m2 of space2. Might this have been the location of the first "tiny houses"? Take a look for yourself!