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Best Historic Hotels in Brussels

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Le Châtelain is a all-suite hotel located in the center of the fashionable Avenue Louise area. The airport is 20 minutes away, the Grand Place and the European Parliament just 10 minutes. Bois de Cambre (the wooded park) is about 700 meters away. Bar Il Ilgado and the lounge have a gorgeous open hearth fireplace. Monday to Friday, the restaurant La Maison du Châtelain offers an afternoon special called Quiche Lunch, a full meal at a reasonable price.

In proximity to some of the cities most popular attractions, the Brussels Marriott Hotel offers luxury accommodations for tourist and business travellers. The Marriott Brussels is within walking distance of the Grand Place and Mont des Arts and offers a comprehensive selection of modern amenities. The Midtown Bar & Grill located on the hotel's first floor offers guests a wide range of delectable steakhouse specialties served in a chic dining space oriented around an open kitchen.

A friendly smile greets you as you enter this well-known hotel in the old city center. Majestic and built at the turn of the 20th Century, it has magically maintained its original style and ambiance. The marble floors, paneled ceilings and large French Renaissance-style chandeliers located just inside the entrance hall are awe-inspiring. At the end of the hallway is the marbled reception surrounded by crystal chandeliers and mirrors. Guest rooms are sumptuously decorated and fit for a king. The hotel also has its own restaurant and a belle époque café with a heated terrace.

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.

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.

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