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Hampshire Hotel - O Sud Antwerpen

Located in the artistic, trendy Het Zuid district
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating 3.5

Hotel impression

Hampshire Hotel – O Sud Antwerpen is in the trendy ´t Zuid district. The design hotel is located in the beating fashion heart of Belgium, opposite the Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp. The interior of O Sud was done by the well-known Antwerp architect Jo Peeters. All of the interior spaces have a unique contemporary look featuring striking colours and details. The rooms have modern, open bathrooms with rain showers. Some of the suites have whirlpool baths. Every room has a mini bar, flat screen TV and air conditioning. The rooms have extra-long beds!! There is free Wi-Fi in the hotel of course. Hotel O Sud guests can use the luggage storage room free of charge.

Check-in: From 14:00 hours
Check-out: Until 11:00 hours

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Wi-Fi (free)
  • Parking (paid)
  • Meeting rooms
  • Bicycle rental
  • Terrace
  • Lift
  • Laundry service
  • Family Room
  • High Tea
  • Concierge service
  • Airconditioning
  • Luggage storage
  • Bridal suite
  • Room safe


from € 115,00 p.n.

Deluxe Room

Kingsize bed | 27 sqm | Bath and rain shower | Flatscreen TV | Airconditioning | Minibar | Nespresso machine | Free WiFi

from € 125,00 p.n.

Eco Room

Kingsize bed | 27 sqm | Wooden bath and rain shower | Flatscreen TV | Airconditioning | Minibar | Nespresso Machine | Free WiFi

from € 135,00 p.n.

Sensual Room

Kingsize bed | 35 sqm | Bath and rain shower | Flatscreen TV | Airconditioning | Minibar | Nespresso machine | Free WiFi

from € 145,00 p.n.

Deluxe Suite

Kingsize bed | 43 sqm | Whirpool bath and rain shower | Flatscreen TV | Airconditioning | Minibar | Nespresso machine | Free WiFi

Hotel facilities


Die_Reisenden_Worms Worms
"An acquired taste (you better like black)"
This hotel is truly unusual, and you may like it or not - it is kind of an experience. It already started when the service person at the lobby offered "I'll come with you and explain the room", which is nothing I usually would require as I travel a lot and have stayed in numerous hotels worldwide. Exiting the elevator we stepped into a black-painted hallway, with the only light being 2-3 m tall colorful backlit pictures, which turned out to be the doors to the rooms (yes, there are room numbers as well, but difficult to find). The door to my room was very heavy and a little jammed, and could only be closed by smashing it being quite noisy for the rooms around me. The room also had black walls/floor/ceiling, with tall windows towards the main road, which could be closed by automatic blinds, however, those were only working partially. The bath tub (more a large jacuzzi) was in the middle of the room and not in a separate bath room, which was a bit difficult on the day the blinds did not close, as then you had no shelter against the views from the street... The interior was very stylish, with modern furniture and large mirrors. Plugs and switches were difficult to find (therefore the explanation of the room), and partly not placed conveniently (e.g. the main light switch was not next to the entrance door but a little bit inside into the room and difficult to find at night, being black on a black wall...). There was a good coffee machine inside the room, and the bed was one of the best hotel beds I ever had, so I slept very well. Breakfast was of good quality, however, was also served in a black-painted room being lit by a red neon light "Aren't we all Sinners?" which I found a bit depressing for early mornings. The hotel does not have a parking garage, but there is a free parking space quite close by (but better take a map - I had at first parked in a street nearby where one could not take the direct way to the parking place, and it was quite difficult to find back to the hotel as there are many one-way streets and roundabouts). The location is nice, there are restaurants nearby, and it is easy to walk to the city center (takes around 15-20 minutes). If you like unusual and stylish design, if you are potentially more an evening than a morning person, you may like it very much. If not: maybe there are better choices.
Antonife Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
"Neighborhood is really cool"
Hotel O Sud is old building with modern decor, I stayed in a suite, very spacious with sofa bed and table for 4 people.The bed we slept in was comfortable and spacious, There is a whirlpool tub and a toilet. In the room you have wifi i two tv screens. What I least less like small traces of white paint on the wall on the wooden floor.
SJHCBW Goes, The Netherlands
It´s a hotel in the South of Antwerp, slightly difficult to find as the entrance is on a side road. The lady at the reception was super helpful in organizing a romantic room for my boyfriend and me. She offered to place hearts on the bed and on the jacuzzi and to put a bottle of prosecco in the room. I really appreciated her thoughtfulness. She even gave me a vase to make sure I could put the roses in there. At first I thought the room was designed oddly, there was a huge mirror next to the bed (ladies, if you want to feel good, look at yourself in that mirror. I don´t know what it does, but it makes you look awesome), the room was black with dimmed lights and the jacuzzi dominated the back of the room. The toilet is in a wall-closet like... closet. After she put the hearts everywhere though, I realized that the ´´Sensual room´´ is super romantic. The receptionist is friendly, the bed is comfortable, the jacuzzi is awesome and the location is perfect: a 10 minute walk from the Groenplaats or a 2 minute walk from the tram station that brings you to the groenplaats.



The Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp (KMSKA) is the beating heart of ‘t Zuid. View the works of Belgian and Southern Netherlands’ painters such as Rubens, Ensor and Fouquet. Unfortunately, the museum is closed for extensive renovations to the end of 2017. Until then, there will be exhibitions in various museum annexes. The Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp (MHKA) is within walking distance of the hotel and the MAS is a short distance’s cycle away. We recommend the photo museum FOMU (Fotomuseum Provincie Antwerpen) and the Rubens House and the Plantin-Moretus Museum. The erstwhile home of the 16th-Century printing family Plantin-Moretus is home to the world oldest printing press.

Tourist attractions

In Antwerp it’s useful to have a map with you with all the tourist attractions on it; every street, every street corner, has a story to tell. The city is dynamic, and remains so. So you don’t miss anything, it might be useful to ask the locals for recommendations. Behind the KMSKA, for example, you will find the Shomré Hadass Synogogue, a hidden treasure in ‘t Zuid. This old Jewish place of worship is sometimes called the Dutch Synagogue as it was built by Jewish immigrants from the northern part of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands. A must for lovers of modern architecture is the Antwerp Palace of Justice, also called “Vlinderpaleis” (butterfly palace) or “Frietzakskes” (after the conical paper bags fries are sold in).

Directions & Parking

There is paid parking at the hotel. Hampshire Hotel – O Sud Antwerpen can do the parking for you. For a small consideration (€ 25), the hotel provides valet parking, providing covered parking for your car. You can get around perfectly without your car: there are city bikes, Vespas and a SMART cabrio for hire. Are you travelling by public transport? Tram 8, which runs from the Meir in the city centre to the Antwerp city limits to the east, stops right in front of the hotel.

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