A block from the Grand'Place, the Amigo pairs contemporary design and understated luxury with antiques and plush wall hangings. Rooms are decorated in green, red, or blue, with silk curtains, leather headboards, and a mix of modern furniture and antiques. Works by Belgian artists hang on the walls, and Tintin pictures and figurines cheer up the mosaic-tiled bathrooms. If you'd like a view over the surrounding rooftops, ask for a room on one of the higher floors (these also cost more). The Presidential Suite is the sort of place real presidents stay in, but mere mortals will have to hand over a four-figure sum (and more) per night for the pleasure.