Luxury Hotels in Brussels
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- European Union Parliament Building
- Place du Grand Sablon
- Constant Vanden Stock Stadium
- Manneken Pis Statue
- Square Brussels Meeting Centre
- Berlaymont Building
- Van Buuren Museum
- NATO Headquarters
- Horta Museum
- King Baudouin Stadium
- Universite Libre de Bruxelles Solbosch Campus
- St. Catherine's Square
- Brussels Stock Exchange
Brussels Luxury Hotels
Best areas in Brussels for luxury hotelsThe center of Belgium’s capital, stretching out from the Grand Place, exudes old-fashioned, continental sophistication. Lined with Baroque, Gothic, and Neo-Classical buildings which have stood for centuries, it’s a pleasure to wander, and also boasts a number of luxury hotels, which just add to the regal atmosphere. Another good area for high-end pads is the European Quarter, home to the gleaming buildings of the EU, while the up-scale Avenue Louise – dotted with boutiques, embassies, and Art Nouveau landmarks – is also home to a number of lavish hotels.
Top luxury hotels in BrusselsDon’t be fooled by its nondescript name. The Hotel is one of the most striking places to stay in the city, looming large within a shining skyscraper, and featuring smartly decorated rooms in striking monochromatic colors. The views alone make this place worthy of your attention. Then there’s Hilton Brussels Grand Place – you’ll feel like a star as soon as you step inside the icing-white lobby, and the guestrooms live up to expectations with ergonomic furniture and stylish bathrooms. Brussels Marriott Hotel Grand Place is an elegant alternative, with 24-hour room service and on-site grill restaurant.
Where to find the best fine dining in BrusselsThe streets around the Grand Place are perhaps the most obvious place to seek out restaurants in Brussels. And while there are certainly tourist traps tucked in there, savvy visitors will also be able to enjoy delicious steak and seafood, and classic French fare, in Medieval surroundings. Over on the chic Avenue Louise, you can dine on high-end Indian food amid palatial, colonial-style decor, as well as in restaurants serving classic Belgian mussels accompanied by crispy fries. Gourmet tastes can also be satisfied in the bohemian Ixelles district, with its hip brasseries.
The most unique things to do in BrusselsIf you want to shop in style, the Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert fits the bill nicely. Inspired by Italian Renaissance architecture, this 19th-century realm of retail is capped with a curving glass roof and is home to a glittering succession of boutiques and chocolate shops – there’s nowhere better to sample Belgium’s famous confections. Another major draw is the Parlamentarium, which is the special exhibition space at the European Parliament. However, you can always go one better and arrange to sit within the Hemicycle and watch the parliamentary debates play out in front of you, for a real taste of the action. Then there’s the Horta Museum, a treasure trove of Art Nouveau antiques and artworks within the home of legendary architect Victor Horta. You can pay for special, exclusive, after-hours tours of the home to really soak up the magical atmosphere.
Best ways to get around BrusselsThe capital of Belgium is a place you’ll want to explore on foot, whether you want to immerse yourself in the historic grandeur of the Grand Place and the centuries-old streets that wind around it, or fancy strolling amid the contemporary structures of the European Quarter. If you do want to get somewhere more quickly, you can always make use of the useful subway network, jump on a tram, or summon an Uber taxi wherever you happen to be.
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