An exquisite hotel ideally situated on the old Fish Market, a six minute walk from the Grand Place of Brussels. The hotel is both unusual and surprising, which offers a world tour in 17 rooms. The 17 rooms will transport you in a different country for each room has its own decoration. The owners, Sophie and Michel Smeesters, have traveled all over the world and they have brought back furniture and decorations for the hotel for an authentic feel.
Located close to all of Brussels main attractions, Bed & Breakfast Léopold II offers 3 comfortable rooms with different themes and atmospheres, in an authentic house built in 1904 by architect Jean Baptiste Dewin.
Established in 1901, the Hôtel des Colonies takes its name from King Léopold II's extensive African empire. While the colonies once known as the Belgian Congo are no more, the Hôtel des Colonies has retained some of its old-world charm. The Hôtel des Colonies' 95 rooms are stylish, but unobtrusive and have standard amenities. A small bar offers a wide selection of Belgian beers and breakfast is served daily.
Arty 19th century house owned by painter Annick Zimmerman and Patrick Babu, arts and architecture specialist.
La Maison rouge offers a comfortable and fully equipped apartment in a family house which was built in 1914, 7 kilometres North of the city center.
Welcome to Brussels, home of many European Union administrations, also known as the Capital of Europe! Coming to this bustling and significant city can be heightened by staying at the Aloft Brussels Schuman located at Place Jean Rey. This posh and modern accommodation is a great choice right in the city center. Check out the website for more information.