Thermae Palace, also known as The Baths Palace, has a rich history as a drinking water supply and thermal institute. In 1933, the proper ‘Palais des Thermes’ came into existence with its interior in Art Deco style. It consisted of a Grand Hôtel, pool, thermae and a thermal institute. This building was partially erected against the Royal Galleries. The pool was changed with fresh sea water every day and acted as the municipal pool of the city of Ostend until 1976. Since 2002, the building has been a protected.
Thermae Palace today
Thermae Palace has developed into an excellently equipped hotel with 159 rooms, a bistro, a restaurant and an international conference and seminar centre with beautiful multifunctional halls. The hotel is impressively located, directly by the beautiful beach of Ostend, within walking distance of the exciting city centre. The varied surroundings offer something for everyone, in the field of sports as well as culture.