Chaussée de Charleroi 100–106, Brussels, B1060, Belgium
This upscale hotel has expansive terraces, a rose-filled garden populated by waterfowl and songbirds, and a good restaurant, Kolya. Roman pillars and classical scenes painted on the walls give the lobby a slightly camp vibe. The well-appointed rooms have Louis XV and Louis XVI antiques—even the TVs are set in distressed-looking picture frames. The sauna has a decadent Moroccan flavor with tiling and arched doorways.
- handsome hotel
- lovely garden
- doesn't quite live up to its high price
Rate Includes: Breakfast
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