A quiet art nouveau hotel in the city centre – 4 star – Brussels

Experience a quiet art nouveau hotel in the city centre. With a superb location close to the main shopping and business districts of the city, this Top Secret Hotel is ideal for those visiting Brussels for business or leisure.

Rooms are fully air-conditioned and offer guests a number of modern comforts to allow you to relax in style. Each room provides guests with high-speed Internet access free of charge, as well as a stunning cable television and radio for your entertainment needs. Guests can enjoy a relaxing bath in the luxurious private en-suite bathroom, which also has facilities including a hairdryer and make-up mirror for your convenience. To help you unwind after a busy day exploring the city, guests can enjoy a refreshing drink from your very own private mini-bar that is provided too.

The property offers guests an excellent room service option, as well as additional services at the 24-hour reception. Here you can find free daily newspapers, as well as services such as laundry and dry cleaning facilities, as well as a safety deposit box for any valuables and a luggage room for your convenience. Guests who are visiting the city on business are welcome to use the fantastic Business Centre, which includes spacious conference rooms and fax machines should you need to use them.

One of the top landmarks in Brussels is the Royal Palace of Belgium, widely considered to be one of the most beautiful official buildings in Europe. Located opposite the Parliament building, the Royal Palace hosts a number of large receptions throughout the year, as well as accommodating foreign Heads of States and the monarchy. Other cultural landmarks in the city include the stunning Cathedral of St Michael and St Guluda, located at the Treurenberg Hill. This beautiful and vibrant building contains a 49-bell carillon, and concerts are often performed on Sundays that showcase the amazing sounds produced by the instrument. The towers stand at over 200ft tall, and the building is often used for national Catholic ceremonies such as royal marriages and state funerals. Inside the building you will find a huge oak pulpit, as well as beautiful stained-glass windows that date back to the 1500s.

One of the most iconic landmarks of the city is the Manneken Pis, a bronze fountain statue that depicts a small boy urinating into the fountain. Largely seen as an amusing tourist attraction, that fountain is often dressed in unusual costumes (many of which have been donated by visiting Heads of State) and draws impressive crowds throughout the year.

We hope you have a wonderful time in Brussels!