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Serendip Spa is an upscale elegant spa and wellness center. They offer a wide range of treatments from around the world, including aromatherapy, acupressure, tuina treatments, and couple massage. Their professional therapists will design personalized treatments just for you. Serendip Spa also offers yoga classes.
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.
Manos Premier Hotel offers travelers the character and charm of a private Brussels' home. Located near Avenue Louise, the hotel exudes an atmosphere of calm and refinement. Antique lovers will be especially charmed by the numerous art objects and furniture which has been collected by the hotel owners. Decorated with carved wood medallions, crystal chandeliers and old paintings, the drawing rooms offer quiet corners for guests to read or relax. There is a lovely garden at the back of the hotel, all rooms have marble bathrooms, and the hotel offers guests free internet services.
Run by film producer Daniel van Avermaet, Au Stekerlapatte is popular thanks to its young clientele, unpretentious cuisine and reasonable prices. Just off Boulevard de Waterloo and close to the Palace of Justice, it caters to business people and tourists. The steak and spare ribs come highly recommended. The beer list is impressive, and you can order wine by the centimeter. Whenever there is a film festival in Brussels, this is the place to see stars. The menu is in French and Dutch and includes the city's traditional dishes.
La Porte Noire exudes a charm reminiscent of ancient European pubs. Serving the best of Belgian beer, whiskey and rum, this place is a hot live music venue in the city. Thronged by sophisticated clientele and relished by international music performers, La Porte Noire has gone from strength to strength over the years. Lovers of blues music can head here and be pleased. Along with great music and wonderful ambiance, the pub offers delicious refreshments as well. For a quiet musical evening and an amazing cocktails selection, La Porte Noire is the place to go!
Nestled within an old monastery, this boutique hotel has revamped the building's elegance and established itself as a luxurious place to stay in Brussels. The rooms are "New York style" with numerous amenities, such as rainfall showers and quilted comforters, while the architecture of the hotel itself contains majestic high-arched ceilings and a central courtyard. Hospitality reaches perfection with the eager service offered to ensure that your stay at The Dominican is memorable.
Once an ironmonger's shop and now a trendy restaurant, this charming bistro is visited regularly by famous people from all over Europe including Helmut Kohl, Gérard Depardieu and The Gipsy Kings. It serves delicious meat dishes including seasonal game and fish. Oysters and the seafood platter are house specialties. Lunch is served from Monday to Friday, as is the so-called What The Bosses are Having Today three-course meal. The menu changes weekly according to the availability of fresh ingredients.
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.
This centrally located, five-star hotel was built in 1930 and was well-loved by celebrities Brigitte Bardot, Gary Cooper, Humphrey Bogart, Viviane Leigh and Clark Gable. It closed in 1976, was completely refurbished and then re-opened in 1996 with much success. The glamour and charm of the original establishment hasn't changed. In addition, there are 66 rooms reserved for non-smokers. While dining in the hotel restaurant L'Estérel, be sure to check out the lifelike portraits and landscapes painted on the ceiling.