Visit the Seneffe castle when you stay at the hotel in Mons centre. Seneffe Castle is a masterpiece of classic architecture with a beautiful grey stone exterior. It was built sometime between 1763 and 1768 and features an orangery, a Neoclassical theater, an aviary and gardens.
Make sure that you visit the Royal Museum of Mariemont when staying at the boutique hotel in Mons centre, which is a grand experience within itself. Enjoy the rich collection gathered by industrialist Raoul Warocqué.
Trazegnies Castle is an emblematic building full of history and the cradle of one of the most illustrious families in Europe. Trazegnies was a powerful seigneurie that stood on the borders of the former Duchy of Bramante, the County of Hainaut and the Prince-Bishopric of Liège.
The Mine Museum Bois de Luc is an interesting reminder of the industrial age. It is an authentic mining site and village from one of the oldest coal companies in Europe.
During your stay in our hotel in Mons city centre it is worth visit the Canal du Centre Historique with its four boat lifts. The hydraulic boat lifts are part of the historic Canal du Centre and are industrial monuments of the highest quality.
The François Duesberg Museum is one of Mons most famous art galleries that is single-handedly responsible for attracting thousands of tourists from around the world.
When staying at our 4* hotel by Mons train station, you will have the opportunity to gain some wonderful insights into one of the world’s most famous battles by visiting the Mémorial Waterloo 1815 in Mons.
If you are looking for a nice daytime activity during your stay in our hotel in Mons city centre, then it is a good idea to visit the Royal Golf Club Hainaut. Golf is a sport that is for every age and it combines health, wellness and nature.
If you stay in our 4* hotel in Mons centre and you feel like going to an attraction park for one day, then Dock 79 is the place to be. This attraction park offers a great experience for the whole family.
The Belgium province of Hainaut of which Mons is the capital, holds the national record for heritage sites recognized by UNESCO. It has twenty listed sites, buildings and events.