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Moving to Belgium? Make your first few days in your new home easier by checking into one of these expat-friendly hotels and apartment complexes:

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HouseTrip is an online holiday rental platform operating throughout the world. Powered by the experts at TripAdvisor, it offers vacationers the chance to find their new home-from-home across Europe. From Amsterdam to the Algarve, find your dream holiday let with HouseTrip. read moreread less

Arass Hotel*** & Business Flats offer professional short-stay accommodation in the heart of Antwerp. Their fully-equipped rooms and apartments provide home-from-home short-term lets for expats and tourists. So, if you’re heading to Antwerp, Arass Hotel*** & Business Flats could have the accommodation for you. read moreread less

Aspria is an exclusive private members club with locations throughout Europe. Their premium range of health, fitness, and relaxation facilities will assess every aspect of your lifestyle and wellbeing. So, whatever your needs, indulge yourself at a luxurious Aspria location near you. read moreread less

Booking.com is an online global marketplace for hotels and short-term rentals. Their easy-to-use platform connects users with accommodation in over 220 countries worldwide, from hotel rooms to whole houses. So, wherever you’re relocating, see if Booking.com can help make the move a little easier. read moreread less

Radisson BLU Astrid Hotel is a luxury hotel located in the center of Antwerp. The hotel offers fashionable, well-appointed rooms and first-class amenities a short walk from the city’s main station. Whatever your reasons for visiting Antwerp, take your stay to the next level with Radisson BLU. read moreread less

Thon Hotels is an international hotel chain operating across Norway, Belgium and the Netherlands. They have eight locations in Brussels, providing a range of well-appointed hotel rooms and serviced, fully-furnished apartments. If you’re staying in Brussels, stay in comfort with Thon Hotels. read moreread less