Hotel des Galeries
Located in the famous Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert, Hotel des Galeries is a contemporary boutique hotel with a few carefully chosen statement pieces and a healthy respect for the existing architecture. Antiques from the Sablon district are joined with bespoke additions such as Bochart carpets, flooring and shutters by Sylvain Willenz, and Camille Flammarion’s ceramic night tables.
Soundproofed rooms come with a dressing room, hardwood floors, an iPod docking station, a work desk, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a Nespresso coffee machine. The en-suite bathrooms have a bath and a shower, and come with complimentary toiletries, a hairdryer and bathrobes. Guests booking in for a romantic stay should consider the love nest accessible by private footbridge.
The hotel's restaurant has a Michelin star for its Belgian dishes and snacks. The bar serves tapas as well.
• 23 rooms
• Hotel opened: June 2014
• Interior Design: Fleur Delesalle & Camille Flammarion
❌No parking available.
• in Brussels city centre
• Grand Place: 3-minute walk
• Brussels Central Train Station: 5-minute walk
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