Hotel Amigo

Hotel Amigo

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1-3 Rue de l'Amigo, Brussels, 1000, Belgium
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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 square. The 173-room converted property was designed by Olga Polizzi, in her traditional yet contemporary style. Here that means Flemish tapestries and embroidered velvets juxtaposed with Italian leather desks and headboards—plus fanciful all-Belgian art to leaven the mix: Magritte prints in the bedrooms and Hergé's Tintin in the bathrooms. Book one of the 6th-floor Deluxes with views of Town Hall, then head to the intimate martini bar for an extensive menu of whiskeys and cognacs.

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