Situated in the prestigious Avenue Louise district with beautiful surroundings, this Top Secret Hotel provides visitors with easy access to a range of designer shops, landmark attractions, and a host of bars and restaurants to enjoy!
This eclectic chic hotel in the heart of Brussels has a 24-hour reception desk, where you will find friendly and helpful staff who have fantastic local knowledge and are happy to provide recommendations on what to see during your stay in Brussels. At reception you can find facilities including a car rental desk, valet parking, and tour guides can also be booked from here. The property has an excellent restaurant and lobby bar area, ideal for an evening drink or meal before heading out to explore Brussels at night. Visitors are welcome to use the Wi-Fi access at the property, and there is a safety deposit box should you wish to store any of your valuables here. Bedrooms also have Internet access, and provide plenty of space to make your stay as comfortable and relaxing as possible.
Guests who are visiting Brussels on business can make the most of the fantastic Business Centre available at the property. Here you will find facilities including spacious meeting rooms, secretarial services, and a number of state of the art presentation materials, including audio-visual equipment.
One of the top landmarks in Brussels is the Town Hall, located in the Grand-Place in the city centre. The hall was built in the early 15th century between 1402 and 1420, the Gothic building boasts very impressive architecture that includes a tower that stands at 310ft tall. The architecture also includes a number of statues that depict saints and other historical figures, although the original statues are actually situated in the “King’s House” close by.
Brussels is the home of the Nationale Plantentuin Van Belgie, the National Botanical Gardens. Located 12km north of the downtown area of Brussels, the 93-hectare park is home to almost 20,000 different species of plants, some of which are housed in the 13 greenhouses to be found here. One greenhouse that is particularly popular with visitors was designed in the shape of the king’s crown, first built in 1864. Belgium is renowned for its wide variety of beers, and the Cantillon Brewery makes the ideal trip for beer lovers. The self-guided tours allow you to visit the barrel rooms and to learn about the lambic brewing process, and each tour also includes two taster sessions!