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Need some help with Antwerp

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I'll be in Antwerp for 4 nights in September and need some deciding on hotel location. I'll be using public transportation or walking, so prefer something central and have been looking at the Stadspark area, the Central Station area and Old Town area. Since Stadspark seems to be in the middle, that's where I've been focusing my search but need some feedback on this. I've read that the Central Station area can be a bit dodgy (a common problem with large train stations) and haven't really seen many comments about Old Town.

One of the hotels I'm looking at is the Radisson Blu Park Lane, which gets pretty good comments on TripAdvisor. Can anyone comment on location?

Thanks
K

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