We take you to 5 Brussels hotels full of charm

Brussels has multiple points of interest: the Grand Place, the Manneken Pis, the Atomium ... But between visit and visit you have to rest. Y there is nothing better than staying at one of the Brussels hotels that we propose or at least pay them a visit. They all have some kind of charm. We will discover them below.

Hotel Manos Premier, one of the best Brussels hotels

Hotel Manos Premier / manospremier.com

It is a luxurious residence located in the bustling area of ​​Avenue Louise. Each of its rooms is decorated in a different way, but all of them have furniture from the time of Louis XV and Louis XVI that will delight antique lovers. Carved wooden medallions or crystal chandeliers stand out from this decoration.

The Hands Premier Hotel It also has quiet corners where guests can read or relax. We talk about the rooms or the private garden, an authentic paradise of vegetation with water fountains, terrace and playground for children. Ideal also to enjoy the sun on clear days.

Just as charming is the "Lella" Spa, ornamented with motifs. inspired by the Alhambra in Granada. In it, the guests can enjoy the jacuzzi, the hammam or Turkish bath or a sauna, as well as reserve the services of a massage therapist.

Hotel Sofitel Brussells Le Louise - sofitel.com

Luxury, design and sophistication are the three words that characterize the Hotel Sofitel Brussels Le Louise. It is located on the exclusive Avenue de la Toison d'Or and It is surrounded by luxury boutiques and antique stores. It also has a restaurant, the Crystal Loungue, where you can taste the best specialties of French cuisine.

The hotel was renovated in 2008 by renowned architect and artist Antoine Pinto. Of this new architectural remodeling, among other things, the glass walls of the impressive staircase leading to the entrance of the lobby stand out, which are bathed in a mixture of amethyst and blue light.

Antoine Pinto He was also in charge of designing the furniture of the establishment. Some outstanding elements of it are the wenge wood tables with integrated lights or the huge “Coeur de Bruxelles” armchairs, created by the famous Belgian manufacturer Durlet.

L'art de la Fugue / lartdelafugue.com/

Each of its rooms has its own character, as they are decorated with inspiration from different parts of the world and of several historical moments. They are divided into three: Indochina, which has a collection of Buddhas from Thailand, China and Cambodia; India; and Farinelli, where red and gold predominate, and that seems to transport us to the 18th and 19th centuries.

Likewise, L'art de la Fugue, unlike the other establishments on the list, is a bed and breakfast. It is located in a quiet area of ​​the city, near the train station, and has more equally pleasant areas. We refer to the common areas, which include a living room with a large fireplace and a kitchen where guests can cook whatever they want and whenever they want.

Grand Place, Brussels - S-F

From the outset it stands out because it is one of the hotels in Brussels with a more privileged location. And is that is nothing less than in the middle of Grand Place, the most emblematic place in Brussels. In this way, the hotel is surrounded by cafes and restaurants, and is within walking distance of the most interesting places to see in the Belgian capital.

On the other hand, the Résidence Gran Place building was built in the 17th century and perfectly combines the charm of classicism with a contemporary and functional design. Inside there are several luxury apartments that are elegantly decorated.

"Waking up alone in a strange town is one of the most pleasant sensations in this world."

-Freya Stark-

The Dominican - carlton.nl/the-dominican-hotel-brussel

Another of the charming Brussels hotels. It is very close to the Grand Place and offers cozy and elegant rooms planned by renowned architects, who have created an eclectic mix of design, obtaining a variety of new styles and experiences. Also, the rooms have been erected around a central courtyard.

The Dominican also stands out for the building in which it is built, since It was previously an abbey dating from the fifteenth century. Some elements are still preserved, such as high ceilings and large arcades. All this gives the hotel a distinguished and special air.

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