“Steps from the fashionable shops of Avenue Louise, the photo-themed Zoom Hotel has 37 rooms and a gallery-like lobby with a beer bar and a boutique selling everything from Belgian chocolate to camera accessories.” Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Brussels, Belgium.
“Rooms at Hôtel Métropole have been redecorated in styles varying from art deco to ‘Venetian Baroque’ – slightly overcolourful for some tastes. Much of the furniture is restored from 1930s originals.”
“This classy B&B has an incredible location right within the gorgeous (if reverberant) Galeries St-Hubert. Delectable decor styles include African, modernist and ‘Madame Loulou’ (with 1920s nude sketches).”
“The 47 rooms of this grand 1900s mansion have just been fashionably renovated, finally offering a smart address in this fast-changing neighbourhood, perfectly situated between the multicultural Midi Station and tourist sights around the Grand Place.”
“This unique 200-bed hostel is next to Train World, and guests can sleep in comfy four-bed dorms, authentic couchettes in actual train compartments, or splash out for the retro luxury suite in a carriage balanced on the roof.”
“Though not in the most picturesque part of Brussels, JAM gets good grades for its stylish raw design, alluring public spaces, cheerful Italian staff, cool nearby hangouts, abundant on-demand extras and a very reasonable price tag.”
“In the trendy Saint Gilles neighborhood, the kaleidoscopic Pantone Hotel radiates bright solid colors from every surface. The 61 rooms have a 1970s bachelor-pad feel, courtesy of shag carpets, spherical chrome lamps and molded plastic bedside tables.” Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Brussels, Belgium.
“An idiosyncratic, warmly friendly venture, housed in a 17th-century mansion with a hip Ste-Catherine location and a mix of dorms (some mixed sex) and rooms.”