Impressive offer in a design boutique hotel – 5 star – Brussels

Nestled in the heart of Brussels city centre, this hotel is equipped with all modern comforts: high speed internet, telephone, plasma screen TV, climate control and air conditioning. If you’re visiting for work, there’s a desk in the room and free internet will make your trip pass efficiently. While, as a family, the hotel offers connecting rooms on request, so you don’t need to worry about being put on different floors. All rooms have a mini-bar, hairdryer and private bathroom as well. Snap up this impressive offer in a design boutique hotel today!

For a 5 star experience, start at the Rue Antoine Dansaert for all well-known designer brands. Though the daily markets in the square may come cheaper, they are just as exciting. Wherever you’re shopping, you’re sure to find reference to two of Belgium’s most talked about exports: beer and chocolate. To learn about beer in Brussels go to the Grand Place and look around the Brewer’s Museum where you can learn about the brewing process. For those who truly appreciate beer and aren’t afraid to true new things, the Délirium Café is a must-see: floor after floor of eclectic design and a word record beer list from over sixty countries, it is a tourist attraction in itself. As for chocolate, you will be surrounded by little shops which all sell beautiful authentic Belgium chocolate, for a winning day out, get to the Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate for a demonstration on how Belgium makes its tastiest treat.

The list of Museums in Brussels in endless. Get the Brussels Card for exclusive and useful discounts, though a number are free. While the History, Natural History and Art Museums are very good, the most interesting are the oddities – like the Comic Strip Museum. For a true feel of the culture of Brussels, go to the European Parliament and take a one hour tour – you might even see a famous face. Gardens are a good way to break up trips between cultural excursions and Brussels has some treasures. Especially the glass conservatories in the Botanical Gardens, housing over 10,000 different plant species.

Sooner or later, you will find yourself in the Grand Place, where the Town Hall and Cathedral will be your key stops. It is off here you will find the best in nightlife whether your tastes are late night, loud clubs or a smooth live jazz. Don’t miss the opportunity to book for the theatre as music shows are common and can be enjoyed without needing to be in your native language. With late night restaurants, never worry about fitting it all in before the sun goes down.