The Open Forum Confrence will be at the incredible Radisson Blu Astrid Hotel in Antwerp.
Address: Koningin Astridplein 7, Antwerp, Belgium
Standard room / single use: 159,00€ per night
including: Breakfast; Access to the Health Center in Radisson Blu with fitness, swimming pool, sauna and steam bath facilities; Fast wireless internet access
To book your room, use the following options:
Online via www.radissonblu.com/en/hotel-antwerp and enter the ‘Promotional Code’ Osean
Via phone: +32 3 203 1234
Radisson Blu Astrid Hotel, Antwerp is placed just across the historical centran rail station which makes the hotel very easily accessible by public transport from Deurne airport.
Radisson Blu Astrid Hotel, Antwerp lies not far away from Opera Antwerp, offering 253 rooms and featuring a sauna, a ballroom and a solarium. Radisson Blu Astrid Hotel, Antwerp was opened in 1997.
Located in a shopping area with a zoo, restaurants and an oceanarium, guests will see why Radisson Blu Astrid Hotel, Antwerp is admired by many tourists. This attractive venue is steps from De Keyserlei and 2 km from downtown of Antwerp.
Rooms have a modern décor along with a mini bar, an individual safe, a private balcony, a cupboard and music system. Some units include views of the city. Bathrooms with a spa bathtub, a dryer and slippers are featured in every room.
An extensive continental breakfast is offered daily. The accommodation has a trendy restaurant serving American meals. Guests can enjoy tea and coffee at the in-house bar. A huge variety of dishes is served in The Square and Noodle Bar Bai Wei, which are 5 minutes’ walk away.
Another hotel which we recomend is Park Inn By Radisson which is located just across the street.
Promotional code for booking: Osean22
Industrial and Cultural Diamond on the River Scheldt and the place where OsEAN will be holding the seventh “Open Forum for Osteopathic Education” conference.
Antwerp, long a major trading city in the Low Countries, is home to Europe’s second largest port, is the world capital of the diamond trade, and the second largest petrochemical centre in the world…
Hip and trendy – and a pioneer in fine art, design, contemporary architecture and fashion – the City on the River Scheldt is home to famous painters such as iconic Flemish Baroque artist Peter Paul Rubens and Sir Anthony van Dijck. Many such paintings can be found in museums and churches throughout the city. In recent years, canvas has been replaced by cotton, with fashion designers becoming the artists of note.
Food lovers will also be impressed by the many local delicacies and beautiful dinner venues in historic settings. Highlights include Felix Pakhuis, Paleis op de Meir, Amuz and The Jane, recently crowned the most beautiful restaurant in the world.
With its bustling cultural life, thriving trade and gastronomic pearls, Antwerp is the ideal location for our conference.*
Antwerp is also the home town of OsEAN member school: FICO Belgium.
* source VisitFlanders