Dead Poets Society
A palatially proportioned city stay, Pillows Grand Hotel Reylof in Ghent is a Louis XIV-style townhouse that was once the home of its namesake poet, Baron Olivier de Reylof, who was knocking around penning verses in the late 17th century. Today, his soaring ceilings, sweeping staircases and lofty windows and doors remain, with a whole load of design-crowd-approving furniture, art and lighting thrown in. There are lots of high-ceilinged salons for anyone hoping for a poetic outpouring, and three restaurants, including one from a Michelin-starred chef. But to be honest, you had us at ‘pillows’.
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