A sophisticated hotel in central Brussels, with breakfast includedThe atmospheric 1930s vibe of Hotel Le Plaza
Being located right next to the Chocolate Museum and a short stroll from the Grand Palace
Downing a pre-dinner cocktail at the chic hotel bar
What To Know
Just minutes from the Rogier tube station and Brussels-North railway station
Located in the Red Light district
A five-star stay at an elegant hotel in the heart of historic Brussels, with breakfast included
Stay smack-dab in the heart of Brussels, surrounded by the grandeur and sophistication of Hotel Le Plaza, a historic building dating back to the 1930s. Expect high ceilings, chandeliers, marble and embroidered furnishings, all effortlessly fused together in a way that transports you to a glamorous time when service and sophistication were paramount. You'll even be served by butlers in white gloves, so don't be surprised if you feel like you're in a Poirot film.
When you manage to tear yourself away from your sumptuous surroundings, you can venture out to explore the delicious food, cafés and Art Nouveau architecture that Brussels is renowned for. Don't leave without visiting the famed chocolate shops – worth the hype. You're also in a prime spot for shopping, situated as you are near the Rue Neuve shopping district, a short stroll from the Chocolate Museum and less than a mile from the Grand Place.
Rooms are elegant and minimal, with soft lighting and comfortable furnishings. There are 190 rooms altogether, some of which have bathrooms with separate bathtubs and showers.
Brasserie Esterel restaurant is large and grand, with rich colorful fabrics and fine wooden furniture. In a unique touch, it has a large dome painted with a blue-sky motif. The restaurant and bar serve continental cuisine selected by chef Olivier Bontemps and offers an extensive wine list. Enjoy a cocktail or two propped up at the bar, and you'll feel like a grand 1930s dame. The Breakfast Room, Adolphe Max, is equally grand and offers a warm atmosphere, decorated in gold, crimson and yellow, with heavy brocade drapes and chandeliers.
Venture out to explore the delicious food, cafés and Art Nouveau architecture that Brussels has to offer, as well as the many chocolate shops for which it's beloved. Your central location, just a 10 to 15 minute walk from the Grand Place, puts you close to the heart of the action.