Welcome to Theater Hotel Leuven, your Leuven “home away from home.” Theater Hotel Leuven aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
While staying at Theater Hotel Leuven, visitors can check out Fons Sapientiae (0.2 km) and University Library & Bell Tower (0.3 km), some of Leuven's top attractions.
Rooms at Theater Hotel Leuven offer a minibar providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
Baggage storage is one of the conveniences offered at this hotel. Free breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Theater Hotel Leuven, there is paid public parking available nearby.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Mediterranean restaurants, including Baracca, La Stanza, and Rossi, all of which are a short distance from Theater Hotel Leuven.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular architectural buildings such as Groot Begijnhof, Town Hall (Stadhuis), and Leuven Train Station.
Theater Hotel Leuven puts the best of Leuven at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The hotel is situated very well in the center of Leuven. Rooms are nice but nothing special and a bit outdated. Don't expect too much but nice for a weekend stay in Leuven. Staff was very friendly and the breakfast was good.
I chose this hotel for it’s location. It’s a 10 minute walk from the station and it’s very easy to find. It’s close to the Town Hall, Cathedral and University Library and lots and lots of bars and restaurants. The room was clean and the bed was comfortable. We would have liked a kettle or coffee maker. We should have taken our travel kettle with us. The breakfast was adequate but again nothing special. They ran out of several items and did not replenish them which is poor. Leuven is a great place for a weekend though. I would thoroughly recommend it.
The Theater Hotel is located very conveniently in the city center, close to all the Christmas markets activities. The staff is friendly and helpful. The breakfast is very good and also beautifully arranged.
I don’t understand why there are so many bad reviews for this hotel. I only saw them after I booked as my usual hotel in Leuven was full. I was a little concerned based on the reviews I read but the experience I had was very pleasant. On check-in I was told they had upgraded me. The room was large and clean if a little dated. Location is very central so although there is no restaurant for evening meals there was a restaurant downstairs and plenty more close by. The breakfast the next morning was very good and super fresh. Well worth a visit.
I'm a huge hero. Really. But spiders, not my forte. After a night flight, a day of meetings and a business dinner, I came back to the room exhausted. I laid down in bed, looked around a bit and suddenly I saw a huge black spot on the wall next to me ... After a quick inspection, I was horrified - it was indeed an abnormally large and hairy spider. I was immediately wide awake and sat up in bed. I looked at him motionless. And he at me. Our stare-off went on for hours. I'm afraid of monstrous spiders and especially if they are next to my bed. I did not dare to kill him, I was afraid to move. After a few hours (it must have been around 3 am) I had to go to the toilet and switched on the big light. And when I returned ... he was gone! What is worse than a monstrous spider on your wall? A monstrous spider somewhere in your room, perhaps in or next to bed. For me, a concept incompatible with sleep. Not only did I have this spider to keep me out of my sleep, there was also a collection of mosquitoes swarming around my head, 3 of which I helped to another world. Of course I could not go to the reception for help or to request another room, because there was no night reception. I didn't sleep at all. I did, however, pay the entire amount at check-out. I find that unacceptable. If there is a wolf spider (after investigation) and a swarm of mosquitoes in a hotel room, the experience is terrible and must be compensated. I had a super important business acquisition meeting the next morning, while having to overcome a total lack of sleep and energy. Your employee told me next morning that it wasn't your fault. Yes that can be true but that does not make it ok. If I order a cup of coffee in a cafe and a fly lands in it by accident, I'm also not expected to drink the cup of coffee and pay... I gave you the opportunity twice to react by email, and you didn't. I'm sorry to put it out here for the world to see but I think it is necessary for people to adjust expectations. Please see pictures for proof.…