- Late check-out until 14h free subject to availability.
- Welcome beer.
- A refuge surrounded by theatres
- An evening stroll through the Grand Place
- A little peaceful music by the fireplace
Exe Hotel Grand Place Hotel in Brussels is set in a 19th century, neo-classical style building with a handsome façade. The exterior classicism is contrasted with the modern, minimalist interior decoration, where the universal lounge allows one to absorb the different ambiances of the Brussels hotel. Undoubtedly, our ensign is the central atrium lined in beige marble with a skylight letting in the light. Our guests immediately take a liking to this rest area where the fireplace, the bar and the comfortable armchairs transmit a universe of tranquillity in the very centre of Brussels.
Brussels may indeed be a rainy city, with grey skies or even, too much of an administrative world. Maybe. But nobody can deny that the European capital has the most beautiful urban epicentre on the whole continent, because, without any doubt, the Grand Place irradiates such force over the city making one forget any other detail. La Grand Place is a gift that history and aesthetics offer our eyes. That is why it is worth seeking accommodation in its wake: be intelligent and treat yourself to the pleasure of enjoying the Grand Place and one of the most dynamic historical centres on the continent.
There’s no better way of getting to know a city than doing it in good company. At the Exe Grand Place we give you the opportunity of choosing our Romance Experience so you can share the trip with your partner in the best possible manner. For the purpose, we supply all that is necessary for you to spend an unforgettable, romantic evening.
- Accommodation in double room
- Belgian chocolate and locally brewed beers to welcome you
- Wifi free
Following in the footsteps of Tintin!
There are innumerable references to Tintin throughout the city and even more little spots that were the inspiration for his adventures, particularly at the comic museum where special tribute is paid to the famous reporter created by Hergé in 1929, whose work has been translated into forty different languages, selling 140 million copies of his comics worldwide.
This offer includes:
- Accommodation in double room.
- 2 entrance tickets for the Comic Museum.
- Welcome beer.