- Car Parking
- No Smoking Rooms
- 24 H Room Service
- Internet Access
This unique Boutique Hotel was built around an inner garden, in accordance with the tradition of the Grand Hotels. Hotel Damier, a business Hotel, is anything but cold-hearted or strict. The elegant facade, the strategic location in the Grand Place and the plush furnishings testify to a profound cultural identity. If you stay at the Hotel Damier, you will sense the spirit of Flanders and wallow in the opulence of its cultural heritage.
The oldest document which contains a reference to the Hotel Damier dates from 1398. It says there that The Scaek is a hostelry, where travellers are given board and lodging.
The Scaek is the Old Dutch name for the present-day French equivalent Damier. The name of the establishment has changed repeatedly down the years, in accordance with local history and the linguistic system. From the seventeenth century onwards we come across the name The Daemberd and, for the first time in 1795- the so-called French period the name Hotel Damier.
The facade has remained unchanged since the day it was built in 1769. With a magnificent rococo facade, the building is one of the finest architectural assets of the city of Kortrijk