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The 5 Best Hotels and Suites in Brussels

5th January 2007 // By Zahra Al-Kateb

HOTEL AMIGO

HOTEL LOBBY

The location of this hotel could not be any more perfect: positioned among the cobbled streets surrounding the Grand Place and within walking distance of all the major attractions in Brussels.

Each of the 173 rooms is luxuriously furnished and features prints by Marcel Broodthaers and René Magritte which serve as a reminder of Brussels’s surrealist heroes. As a member of the Rocco Forte hotel group, a name associated with cosmopolitan elegance, expect the highest standard of service and facilities. The hotel has a gym, meeting and banqueting rooms, and a restaurant that is firmly on the city’s culinary map – overseen by Chef Guiseppe Colella, Ristorante Bocconi serves contemporary Italian cuisine.

TOP SUITE ROYAL SUITE ARMAND BLATON

ROYAL SUITE ARMAND BLATON LIVING ROOM

Why we love it: High above the rooftops, the outdoor terrace of this suite is what makes it one of the most envied in Brussels. Spread over 650 square feet and overlooking the iconic Brussels Town Hall, this terrace is the perfect stage for alfresco dining or an evening drinks party. But the interior is not to be overlooked, filling the large hallway, sitting room, dining room and bedroom are paintings from the hotel’s original collection. A fireplace adds warmth during the winter and comfortable furnishings make the suite feel like a home away from home. A touch of humor has also been added – the en-suite bathroom is enlivened with figures of Tintin, Snowy the Dog and Captain Haddock.

 

 

 

  • Square footage: 2,000
  • Nightly rate: $6,466

Jacques Vitu, General Manager

+32 2 547 4747

Rue de l’Amigo, 1000

www.hotelamigo.com