Here you can stay in what was once the residence of the Spanish ambassador. The stylishly restored 17th-century building lies between the Grand'Place and the Gare Centrale. Rooms, spruced up in 2012, surround a lovely interior courtyard, and suites are up a splendid Louis XVI staircase. Named after Belgian artists, the rooms have whitewashed walls, plain floorboards, exposed beams, and suede sofas. The suites have decorative fireplaces, and the honeymoon suite is particularly
romantic. Some rooms have wooden beamed ceilings, and/or terraces with views across to the Grand'Place.