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The extravagant French City of Brussels along the banks of the River Senne in Belgium is known to all and is written under the top cities in the world. Apart from being the capital city of Belgium, it is also the de facto capital of the European Union. The city boasts multiple, prestigious honors like ‘The Alpha Global’ and ‘The Crossroads of European Union.’ From gastronomy and transit systems which are second to none, the city hosts various international headquarters including NATO while flaunting an extraordinary cultural eminence.Encompassed with exquisite tourist destinations like the Grand Place, Mannekin Pis, Saint Michel Cathedral, Belgian Comic Strip Center, Belgian Museum and Atomium along with a delectable nightlife, Brussels is positively à la mode. With our handpicked list of luxury hotels, experience this snazzy city with no hotel catastrophes assured.


Steigenberger Wiltcher's

If luxury lies in detail, Steigenberger Wiltcher's is its true insignia. Located 2 kilometers from the Royal Palace, this 5 Star Hotel stands tall and sumptuous in the heart of Brussels. A baronial frontage complements exceedingly palatial interiors. Brobdingnagian beds and archetypal French windows accentuate the affluence of the hotel chain. Sleek television sets, Nespresso machines, bathtubs and free room service are among the countless conveniences offered.The Loui Bar & Restaurant impeccably obliges to the title of Brussels being the ‘Mecca of Gourmet.’ With a transcendent range of drinks and fine cuisines, one only hopes to return soon. Guests are often found snuggled with a warm book convoyed by greenery at ‘La Terrasse’ in the courtyard or savoring sweet indulgences, baked with perfection at ‘The Library’ in the afternoon. Both make perfect venues for a delightful date inside the hotel. The basement of the building accommodates ‘Aspria’ facilitated with a swimming pool, saunas, steam bath, massages and beauty treatments while the second floor swanks a ritzy gymnasium.Tram Station Stephania is situated just next to the hotel making it as convenient as it can get in terms of travel. The superior rooms begin at €259.24 with the royal suites elevating to €3,804.24. Well, splendor inevitably burns a hole in the pocket. However, the kind one gets offered at Steigenberger Wiltcher’s is undeniably worth every penny one parts with.


Louise Sur Cour

If you are an architectural or an art enthusiast, Louise Sur Cour is the heaven you have been seeking. Designed by Gérard Maréchal in 1874, this guest house is a listed heritage building in Brussels. Equipped with four exceptionally designed rooms, each with a solitary theme. The neo-classical finish to the structure reminds one of the rich heritage and culture of the legendary 18th century.The first floor houses ‘The Nassau Suite’ with a bedroom as elegant as a Tuscan, overlooking the beautiful lush green garden of the block.

Exemplary paintings and sculptures are placed all over the suite by revered artistes like Donatello and Dimitri Parimeros. While the hall is gorgeously lamp lit with a copper undertone, the bathroom symbolizes the life of Riley. The second floor houses The Art Deco ‘Van Huffel’ room. The black marbled - Byzantine fireplace, a lavish bed and French windows complement together remarkably. The lamplit atmosphere creates a sense an unspoken intimacy making it perfect for a romantic night. The ‘Louise Room’ on the same floor imitates the exact vibe of the Van Huffel. What comes as the sweetest cheery on top is the ‘Noguchi’ which is a contemporary suite on the third floor. With a bright tree lined terrace, an American kitchen, private elevator and comfy beds, it makes a vacationer’s dream come true. Louise Sur Cour is seconds away from Avenue Louise, Place Stéphanie and all the major tourist destinations in Brussels. Luxury begins at 145 € and elevates to 250 € depending upon the room of your choice.


Sofitel Brussels Europe

Sofitel Brussels is a dreamy symphony of contemporary architecture and unparalleled opulence. Located stone’s throw away from the European Parliament, it stands proud and wide in Place Jourdan. It offers exquisite accommodations in a range of Classic, Superior and Luxury rooms. Every room is designed to supreme style and sophistication with a Parisian twist. Accommodations incorporate queen size beds and an adorable balcony allowing one to bask in the warm Belgian sun. Additional in-room amenities provided include free internet, minibar, air conditioning, iron, safe deposit box, free parking, flat screen television, tea and coffee making facilities, etc.

On entering the building, one is bound to get transfixed at the sight of a flamboyant botanical mural in the posh lounge. The colossus of the lounge truly speaks for the luxury that the hotel promises. Additionally, ‘The 1040’ hosts an extraordinary culinary experience transcending every other luxury at Sofitel Brussels Europe. The hotel also accommodates a board room for all your professional indulgences.

Rocco Forte Hotel Amigo

With the classic old school red brick charm, Hotel Amigo guarantees no regrets. Being a merchandise of The Grand Luxury Hotels and a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, it does not need a prolonged introduction. One is sure to feel like royalty amongst the right regal interiors of the building. The setting imitates a certain British flair. Restaurants and bars at the hotel are beautifully designed with snuggly yet elegant furniture with flaunting the Belgian gastronomy at its finest. Accommodations include classic, deluxe and executive rooms along with junior, classic, deluxe, presidential and royal suites. However, we can vouch for all 173 rooms being unapologetically spacious and extravagant.


Pillows Grand Hotel Place Rouppe

The sleekest hotel in Brussels, Pillows Grand Hotel Place Rouppe is a work of postmodern architecture. As the name suggests, it is set in Place Rouppe with a tramline 250 meters away. Its official website offers a 360 degree virtual tour for one to decide between the three different accommodation options it provides. The elegance of the Pillow suite definitely is worth the splurge. Neatly carpeted floors, plump velvet arm chairs and cozy beds assert prime significance to comfort. Some rooms also flaunt a pleasing French balcony. All rooms have added amenities including a Nespresso coffee machine, walk-in shower, smart HD TV and a wireless sound system. Their private Resto-Bar ‘The Living’ has a contemporary design with a classy, white marbled bar and a polished dining experience offering a plethora of cuisines. With multiple offers on accommodations through their website, Pillows Grand Hotel Place Rouppe is economical and at the same time a couthy delight.


Stanhope Hotel Brussels

Stanhope is among the elite 5 star hotels in Brussels, guests often call their stay at Stanhope a romantic escapade. Stanhope is a part of the famous hotel chain Thon Hotels and never fails to deliver. The elegantly whitewashed building has a Lilliputian entrance which might seem like a café initially but intrinsically is nothing less than a palace. All rooms exhibit wooden floors, rich and chic wallpapers, humongous beds, windows and brightly lit chandeliers. The rooms are even fabulously color coordinated to give an imperial finish. Guests can dine at ‘Brighton Restaurant’ which is known for their local menu. Their terrace garden seating is one of its kind. The hotel also has a well-equipped library, gym and a ballroom. One should not miss on the various discounts while booking which are available on their website.


Le Chatelain

The phrase ‘money cannot buy happiness’ ends here. Nothing transcends the evening view one gets to witness from the balcony of Le Chatelain’s Ambassador Suite. Each room of the hotel is well-furnished and precisely designed. It offers four variants of accommodations including superior and executive rooms and junior and ambassador suites. The hotel is known for its hospitality and tailor-made services. Culinary complements include La Maison du Châtelain, B’Artist Café and the Garden. They claim their chef revisits the standards of the Mediterranean and Belgian gastronomies by adding some originality and a touch of whimsy. It also has a number of meeting and conference halls, perfect for business and corporate affairs. Accommodations start at € 150 for superior single rooms and can go up to € 450 for ambassador suites. Le Chatelain has been run by a Belgian family and banks on the aptitude of homeliness away from home.


Pentahotel Brussels

Urbane is what this place stands for. We believe this hotel is the ultimate Gen-Z fantasy. The bedrooms personify zest and zeal. All accommodations exhibit chic Belgian wallpapers, comfy beds, huge television screens and free Wi-Fi. The Penta Playerpad Suite is every gamer’s dream come true with free mega-screen pay TV, pinball, retro game machine and PS4 paired with king sized bed and interconnected lounge. Other accommodations include Penta Plus Room and Penta Standard Room. A charmingly fresh and original ambience with psychedelic lighting in the Pentalounge promises a thriving nightlife. The guests are often found competing over FIFA games in the lounge, indulging in exotic range of drinks. The hotel also hosts a prolific gymnasium and a well-equipped library. Nine event meeting rooms are fitted with latest technology and luxury for business commitments. Located close to great shops, and transport links with Eurostar, Thalis & ICE, this crazy pink stay will definitely revive your spirit.


Hotel Crowne Plaza Brussels - Le Palace

Hotel Crown Plaza flaunts classic architecture with French exteriors. The angular building almost glows in moonlight at Riu Giniste 3. Station Rogier is 0.2 kilometers away ensuring no travel hassles. The closest tourist destination is the iconic Belgian Comic Strip Centre. Hotel interiors are quite basic yet elegant. Designed in Art Nouveau style, huge dome like doors, imperial furniture, upbeat carpeted floors and white chandelier lit lounge and common spaces radiate palace like vibes standing true to its name. One can indulge in calming saunas or sweat their travel bellies at the fitness center. The Atrium and Courtyard are great spaces to banter with friends in the evening. 24 hour room service and 2 in house restaurants serve the best delicacies of Brussels with an eccentric twist. It is known for the incredible selection of pastries in the city.The wooden floored rooms complement the bright décor having the capability to cheer the worst of moods. The little space beside the windows in some rooms make just the perfect place for a bibliophile to enjoy their book with a great view of tall trees lined across the street. Guests often appreciate their hospitality and leave with hope to return soon.

Hilton Brussels Grand Place

Hilton Brussels Grand Place is located right in the centre of the historic city center making it convenient for air, rail and road travel. The hotel has won several Expert’s Choice Awards and stands true to its name.A cute open air Godiva Café greets the guest while entering. Grandeur reflects in every corner of the hotel, be it the accommodations or common spaces such as the fitness centre, restaurant, lounge, entrance reception, lobbies, etc. Accommodations are spacious and modern with A1 comfort. Large windows ensure ample sunlight and great ventilation. Work desks, smart television sets, clean carpeted floors and lavish beds define luxury. The gastronomic experience is one of the best. One can start their day with hearty breakfast of croissants, eggs and local classics like Belgian waffles, proceeding to ‘The Sentro Lounge’ for a delicious, fulfilling lunch put together by Head Chef Vincent Masson; known to play with the European flavours and eventually serve what feels like heaven. Guests staying in Executive Rooms and Suites are given free access to ‘The Executive Lounge’ which serves the best of the best culinary delights. The lounge overlooks the historic city centre and is accessible from 6am to 8pm. Hilton Brussels Grand Place is a part of the Hilton Hotels and Resorts which comes with great service and experience no matter what.

Maison Flagey

Maison Flagey defines the Art Nouveau heritage of Brussels. It splendidly retains the authenticity of the 19th century architecture but at the same time gives the structure a contemporary touch. However, one cannot fail to notice its mesmerizing vintage vibe. Cute French-style balconies adorn the accommodations where one can relax in wicker chairs. The Royal Suite, Cabinet de Curiosité, Preffered Room, Green Room and Gypsy Room are the five different accommodation options the House offers. Each has magnificent beds and regal décor which takes one back to the golden 19th century era. The house also provides various meeting halls and board rooms; great for corporate seminars, trainings, conferences and presentations.Maison Flagey is located in the calm and pleasant district of the Etangs d'Ixelles, seconds away from Place Flagey. Multiple known restaurants, bars and performance halls are easily accessible. To name a few, Kifkif, Patio, Canterburry serve amazing variety of cuisines. Salle Flagey is also right around the corner famous for its excellent concerts of classical music, jazz, festivals, etc.


Novotel Brussels City Centre

The iconic Novotel hotel chain is known to all. Novotel Brussels City Centre, with a 4 star rating is one of the best deals you can possibly strike. It stands wide and gorgeous, steps away from St. Catherine's Square and minutes from Brussels Stock Exchange. The exteriors are brown and beautiful while the interiors boast elegant white walls and coffee- tinted furniture and accessories. Each room has a minibar, safe, refrigerator and air conditioning along with other essential facilities. A total of 217 rooms makes reservations easy. One should not miss out on the various recreational opportunities the hotel provides including an indoor swimming pool, a spa tub, an arcade room and a steam room. Meeting and board rooms go without mentioning. It is also one of the few pet-friendly hotels in Brussels.Overlooking Saint Catherine's church, it is situated in a neighborhood famous for its seafood restaurants. The indoor Gourmet Bar promises a diverse menu including seasonal suggestions, international classics, regional dishes and special local drinks. Furthermore, Novotel Brussels is renowned in the city for hosting great weddings. Its architectural design and décor complements wedding themes seamlessly.

NH Collection Brussels Grand Sablon

As bright and pleasant as it looks, the hospitality here is unmatched. The hotel exhibits white exteriors and tiny French balconies which make the building look as elegant as a swan. The interiors are indisputably Victorian and dynamically modern. This is hands down the place for all the fancy travelers. With lovely rugs, lavish headboards, colossal window-sills, gorgeous lamps, in-room plants, Grand Sablon has it all. Rooms are available in different variants from family to executive and suites.Its guest relations team include go-to professionals dedicated to provide personalized attention and tips throughout the stay in Brussels.

The hotel also has superior experience in hosting events. All business essentials are available a request away. There are 11 rooms dedicated to corporate purposes. Additionally, they are also one of the most approached hotels in Brussels for weddings. The bride and groom are promised an exclusive Presidential Suite during their stay.The ‘Hispania Brasserie’ by Marcos Moran sports classic Spanish interior decorations. It is not only designed Spanish but also offers a variety of Spanish delicacies and tapas. The restaurant and bar adjacent to it displays the work of famous artists all around with tables arranged in all kinds of seating. Don’t forget to check offers and deals on their website.


Odette en Ville

Odette en Ville is as classy as it can get. Situated between the Place du Châtelain and Avenue Louise in Brussels, this place literally oozes Ritz and trend. This exclusive boutique hotel was once a residence build in 1920. Lately renovated, it makes one of the ultra-trendiest places to stay in Brussels with all black and white interiors. Though black and white, the décor at no pint seems dull and sad but elegant. The bathroom too has pristine white marble fittings which screams opulence.When it comes to dining experience, sophistication is the only adjective to describe it. The restaurant is exquisitely candle lit with yet again, black and white interiors and serves simple cuisines. The bar is decorated with framed black and white pictures from around the world. One gets to enjoy some of the best cocktails in the town to revel in the serene yet spirited ambience of the bar.Being a boutique hotel, it provides an intimate and a passionate experience suiting best for honeymooners and other romantic escapades.


Radisson Blu

Boasting a voguish art décor, Radisson Blu is counted among the top luxury hotels. Conveniently located in the city center, the metro and major rail lines are easily accessible.All room and suites have luxurious amenities including satellite television as well as a newly refurbished, alluring décor. The prodigious height of the accommodations are royal and kingly. The furniture and other fittings in the rooms underline the postmodern flair of design and décor. One need not worry about the food, being Radisson, it only serves the finest. Events are a routine with accommodation facilities of 200 guests for a conference, 420 for a banquet, and up to 500 for a reception.The extensive range of accommodations it offers, catering to all kinds of guests is note-worthy. A total of 282 lavish rooms and suites are divided into ten variants; Standard Room, Superior Room, Premium Room, Executive Room, Junior Suite, Suite, Premium Suite, Presidential Suite, Family Suite, Friends and Family Stay – Multiple Rooms.

These 15 are the finest hotels one can find in Brussels, that being said, we assure none being missed. If you are planning a trip to Brussels, these 15 supremely, luxurious hotels should definitely make it to your short-list. Each one is unique and superior in its own way making the task of choosing just one utterly challenging. However, no matter which one you decide to put your finger on, we can vouch that every one of them will undeniably deliver a fantastic experience good enough to bring you back to Brussels again.