A 17th Century ambassador's residence converted to a very elegant hotel. I've stayed twice -- once in each part of the Hotel. The original rooms and suites, complete with vintage squeaky floors, have all the Old World charm you could want. The newer rooms are also very nice. But the best thing--you're only steps from the Grand Place, Central Station, and great restaurants (try La Maison du Cygne if you want a once-in-a-lifetime dining experience but expect to pay for the adventure.) Hotel rates are high but look for Internet or weekend deals. (Picture is La Maison du Cygne--no photo of Le Dixseptieme available.)
This four star hotel is situated very close to the Grand Market. It's the best place you can stay... if you have the budget for it...
All rooms are different, breakfast is huge and staff are very helpfull.
Unique Quality: Great huge rooms and suites (only 24). All with a/c, cable tv, FREE unlimited internet access in your room (if you have an ethernet card + cable), very quiet, huge state-of-the-art flatscreens in most rooms, ... Plan well ahead.
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Address: 25 Rue de la Madeleine, Brussels, B1000, Belgium