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George Harliono made his first hour-long solo recital at the age of nine and has since performed in numerous locations in the UK, US, Europe and Asia.
Where to Book in Brussels: Our Top 5 Hotel Recommendations
Whether you’re travelling for business, or taking the family for a European getaway, there’s so much to love about Brussels. Unbeatable shopping experiences, architecture and some of the best food Europe has to offer, Belgium is a beautiful country with plenty to see and do. But there’s nothing worse than coming home from a long day of sight-seeing or a busy day at work to an underwhelming hotel. And with so many hotels to choose from, it can be hard to know where to start. We’ve selected our top five accommodation options in Brussels so you can be guaranteed to enjoy your stay.
Referring to Avenue Louise, the chic shopping area south of Brussels, Made in Louise is a splendid boutique hotel which boasts 48 colourful rooms. This family-run establishment is quite the charmer and prides itself on personalised service for every guest. You really get a sense of being cared for when staying here and it’s their standout hospitality which puts this venue on the top of our list. It’s also a great option if you are here on business. There’s a designated meeting room and they specialise in providing service and drinks to you and your staff after a hard day’s work. If you’re looking to relax, why not organise a game of pool with some colleagues whilst sipping on a beer from their bar?
Situated just 5 minutes from Brussels Central Station and located amongst major amenities and facilities, Hotel Amigo is an excellent choice if you’re looking for convenience. The building is over 500 years old and features newly renovated rooms, so you can enjoy the history of Brussels without sacrificing contemporary elegance and convenience. A two minute walk from Manneken Pis statue, the building was once a prison, before being converted to a hotel for royals and celebrities. In fact, you can see cobblestones on the lobby floor that are dated from 620 AD and were originally used in the surrounding streets. Boasting 154 rooms and suites, Hotel Amigo offers a selection of rooms from classic styles to conventional urban themes. There’s also a luxury suite on the top floor, named after the Hotel’s founder, Armand Blaton, which features views of the city from an outdoor terrace as well as paintings from the Blaton private collection. With a range of business amenities and facilities to organise meetings, conferences and events, this is a spectacular place to stay for business or pleasure.
Located in the heart of Brussels, a short stroll from the Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert, Hotel des Galeries offers 23 rooms and suites spread over three floors. The style and feel of this hotel is classic, yet it has a comfortable, contemporary feel that will suit everyone. The rooms are stylish and well kept and the hotel features a popular restaurant, Comptoir des Galeries, so you don’t even need to leave your hotel to experience some of the best food in the city. The staff always make time for their guests and run a 24-hour reception service, so no matter what time of the day it is, there’s always someone available to assist you. The personalised service and comfortable decor make Hotel des Galeries feel like a home away from home.
Situated on the Boulevard de Waterloo, this hotel lies in the high-end fashion district of Brussels, making it a perfect choice for those who are keen to do some shopping. With impeccable service and stunning rooms to relax in, it’s only a few minutes away from all of the main attractions of the city. With 420 rooms and suites and 12 meeting rooms for business professionals, this is one of the larger hotels in Brussels. But far from being unwelcoming, the rooms offer a place to sit back, relax and find calm amongst the busy city. When you’re not relaxing in your room, you’ll want to take advantage of the restaurant and bar situated in the hotel. The Urban Spa and fitness area on the 23rd floor allow you to enjoy a quick workout, sit in the sauna or indulge in a luxurious spa treatment, all without leaving your hotel.
Close to the Eurostar terminus at Gare du Midi and featuring 60s and 70s inspired decor, Hotel be Manos is one of our favourite locations in Brussels. The hotel sports a rooftop terrace so you can relax and take in the views of Brussels. The hotel prides itself on their stunning design, making it a popular choice for those in the fashion and music industries. With striking black and white colour schemes, natural black stone flooring and metallic accents throughout, Hotel de Manos if a great choice if you’re seeking style and convenience.
Enjoy your stay in Brussels
Brussels is a hub of activity and has plenty to offer professionals and tourists. Because of the large amount of corporate travellers heading there each year, most hotels and resorts have a full range of professional facilities to accommodate working guests. The list of great hotels in Brussels is endless, but we know these five venues will always provide you with quality service.
Next time you are headed to Brussels, book into one of these world class venues to guarantee a relaxing stay. And to ensure you arrive rested and at ease, travel with Luxaviation today. Our private charter service guarantees excellent service and a wonderful experience.