Hotels in Belgium

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A moored canal boat refashioned into a seven-room floating hotel. Read More

Each of the five rooms and suites in this 19th-century Jewish Quarter mansion has been restored with original moldings, parquet floors, and tiles intact... Read More

The husband-and-wife team run a cooking school in the cellar where guests learn to make Belgian chocolate. Upstairs, you’ll find three spacious... Read More

This lovely B&B is comprised of four enormous rooms in a former mansion. To their listed 18th-century hôtel particulier, Jan Rosseel and Marc... Read More

A three-suite B&B in the happening Zuid district. Read More

The property is owned by a young couple, Anna Barwick and her husband, Andrew, has claret colored walls, Ren bath products, and a screening room with... Read More

The monumental white façade of the Conrad dominates the boutiques of Avenue Louise, the capital’s fashionista thoroughfare. Brussels’... Read More

A perennial favorite, this whitewashed hotel (the name, after all, means "white lily") is comprised of a row of three 17th-century restored town houses... Read More

The Hotel Amigo is situated just a half-mile walk from the best antiques dealers in the and around the Place du Grand Sablon, a cobbled and gabled... Read More

The Hôtel des Galeries is a 23-room ode to modern aesthetics set in the city’s historic center. Indoors, it’s a whitewashed dream punctuated by... Read More

At the family-run property, top-floor rooms have views of the Kraanlei canal and the city's tiled rooftops. Read More

The two charcoal-colored town houses of the Hotel Julien are surrounded by 17th-century churches, gabled mansions, and cobblestoned alleys. The pared... Read More

Check out the 11-room minimalist “love shack” in the middle of Antwerp. Those Belgians sure are naughty: there are handcuffs in the mini-bar. Read More

Here’s where you book if proximity to old-town charm is important. The hotel is just a cobblestone's throw from the historic market, Grote Markt,... Read More

It's a gimmick, but it works: this 61-room hotel features one distinctive Pantone color per floor, ranging from vivid to more subdued. The Pantone Hotel... Read More

Check into Violetta and Vera Pepa’s petite B&B, and a smiling sister will show you to the gold leaf–filled double room (tiny and sexy)... Read More

In the Patershol district, British transplants Simon Turner and Christopher Joseph opened this B&B at their casual coffeehouse. The Art Nouveau... Read More

The latest deluxe hotel to emerge in Brussels’ “European quarter” is just a stone’s throw from the EU’s nerve center.... Read More

A haven of calm set between the bustling blocks between the European Parliament and the Royal Palace, the 1991 Stanhope has a decidedly British charm.... Read More

The two attached town houses that make up Tenbosch House contain seven uncluttered suites in the heart of Brussels’s of-the-moment Ixelles... Read More

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