With a picturesque location close to peaceful open parks and a number of cafés, this Top Secret Hotel provides an ideal atmosphere for those looking for a relaxing break in Brussels.
This stylish hotel in Brussels European District provides guests with a number of luxury facilities, including a superb restaurant that prides itself on serving dishes of the highest quality with locally sourced produce. Guests can also take in stunning panoramic views of the city from the rooftop terrace at the property, before heading down to the lobby bar area for a drink in a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. The reception desk is staffed 24 hours a day, and here guests can find services including laundry facilities, currency exchange, car rental, and valet parking.
Rooms are designed in a modern and contemporary style, providing guests with a fantastic space to unwind after a busy day of exploring all that Brussels has to offer. Every room provides high-speed Internet access, as well as a number of other modern comforts to make you feel right at home as soon as you arrive. Guests who are visiting the city on business are welcome to use the property’s Business Centre, which includes superb presentation equipment and spacious meeting rooms. For your leisure there is a state of the art Health Club for guests to enjoy, and here you can treat yourself to a soothing massage to relieve any aches or pains.
Known for its array of cultural institutions, Brussels is the proud home of the Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts (Royal Museums of Fine Arts) providing visitors with a combination of both ancient and modern artworks, allowing you to explore a wide variety of styles and pieces spanning hundreds of years. A visit to Brussels would not be complete without a visit to the Grand Place, a stunning square in the city centre that is home to the Gothic Hotel de Ville (Town Hall) which managed to escape the French bombardment in 1695, despite being a prime target of the campaign. Today in the square you can also find a number of bars and cafes, as well as a selection of designer shops and other historical buildings. Due to the popularity with tourism there are a number of restaurants located close to the Grand Place, but if you fancy trying somewhere a little cheaper then just a 5minute walk down the Rue de Bouchers you will find a number of traditional eateries.
Enjoy your stay in Brussels!