Our collection of luxury hotels in Belgium spans from grand and regal to contemporary and conveniently located which seems only appropriate when the array of visitors to this serendipitous country is just as diverse. A country that is both historic and hip, we invite you to scroll down and explore some of our favourite luxury hotels and book your stay in Belgium.
As a strong contender for the grandest hotel in the whole of Brussels, Steigenberger Wiltcher’s boasts a rich history and stunning décor combined with first rate amenities. This establishment originally opened its doors in 1913 and although the amenities have been modernised over the years, much of the imposing and regal style has been preserved. The Aspria spa is the perfect place to unwind in style as it comes complete with an infinity edged swimming pool, a team room and a sauna. There are 42 different suites to choose from, which the 320 square metre Royal Suite being the grandest of them all.
Hotel Amigo Brussels
The first choice for the rich and famous when they visit Brussels, the Hotel Amigo is renowned for its large and lavish breakfasts. This luxurious establishment can be found right next door to the Grand Palace and boasts fittings and amenities that are fit for royalty. The staff are very attentive and are always ready and willing to cater to the every whim of guests. There are several different levels of luxurious suites to choose from and luxury loving families are sure to appreciate the Tintin Suite, while the very top option is the is the Armand Blaton Suite, which boasts a huge rooftop terrace where guests can unwind and soak up stunning city views.
NH Collection Brussels Grand Sablon
Situated right on Grand Sablon Square, this contemporary luxury hotel is just a short stroll from a large number of enticing historic attractions. Accessing this establishment as well as the rest of the city is especially easy, as the Central Railway Station can be found just four hundred metres away. Guests are treated to complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, while the reception desk is open around the clock. Both the Premium Double and Junior suites provide beautiful views of the square from their picture windows, while the rooms are set with huge and very comfortable beds as well as spacious en suite bathrooms.
Sofitel Brussels Europe
Set right on the pretty Place Jourdan, the Sofitel Brussels Jordan provides guests with the opportunity to discover one of the city’s most interesting neighbourhoods. This establishment mainly caters to business travellers who have a taste for the finer things in life and there are excellent business facilities to take advantage of. However, class and style have definitely not been forgotten and the huge atrium features a stunning water-over-glass fountain, while there is also a large and very comfortable library for guests to unwind in. The hotel is famous for its modern gastronomy combined with plenty of gourmet touches, while the Luxury rooms and suites boast large bathtubs and separate showers.
People who want the chance to shop until they drop are sure to love the setting of this hotel on Avenue Louise, which is lined with a number of chic shops. The Warwick Brussels combines contemporary chic with plenty of traditional charm, while guests can be sure that they will receive a very warm welcome. The onsite restaurant is popular with both guests and residents of Brussels and serves traditional Belgian cuisine with a contemporary twist in a very elegant setting. The Renaissance-inspired courtyard garden is the perfect place to unwind while sipping a cocktail or two at the end of the day, while there are 99 guestrooms to choose from in total including the exclusive Barsley Suite.
Pillows Grand Hotel Place Rouppe
This recently renovated hotel is located less than 500 metres from the Grand Palace as well as a number of other impressive attractions. There are just 43 guestrooms to choose from, which gives the hotel an intimate and exclusive feel. The Living – Resto & Winebar is a great place to unwind after spending the day exploring the city and guests can take a seat beside the fireplace and indulge in a drink or two. The onsite restaurant is decorated in the same grand style as the rest of the hotel and offers guests the chance to sample a large selection of classic Belgian dishes that are served with a modern twist and plenty of flare by the attentive waiters.
Hilton Brussels Grand Place
Walking into the Hilton Brussels Grand Place is an impressive experience as guests are treated to a huge crystal and gold chandelier, sweeping staircases and marble flooring in the huge reception area. This perfectly sets the tone for the rest of the hotel, which embraces luxury to the full. The hotel has been arranged so that each of the comfortable guestrooms and spacious suites provides views of the city from their picture windows and balconies. The King suite is the most luxurious option and guests are treated to sixty square metres of pure opulence from the huge comfortable bed to the marble en suite bathroom.
Hotel FRANQ, residing on Kipdorp street, is a four-star hotel and Michelin-starred restaurant that was named after the previous Belgian currency. The majestic building, a former bank that was built in the Neoclassical style, contains spacious and attractive communal areas that are furnished with comfortable sofas and coffee tables. Air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen television and roll-in shower are available in each of the hotel’s thirty-nine rooms. The hotel is within walking distance of the Cathedral of our Lady, the City Hall, the Market Place and the house in which Peter Paul Rubens lived.
Hotel De Witte Lelie
Hotel De Witte Lelie, located in Antwerp’s city-centre, is one of three high-gabled buildings that line the city’s oldest shopping street. The four-star hotel, built in the seventeenth-century, contains the Bronze Bar where guests can unwind among fashionable surroundings and two sitting rooms in which visitors can relax in front of an open fireplace. Each of the ten rooms and suits has a view of the floral courtyard, free Wi-Fi access, free minibar as well as separate bath and shower facilities. Guests will enjoy the hotel’s welcoming atmosphere, comfortable surroundings and stylish decor.
Hotel ‘T Sandt
Those planning a trip to Antwerp, whether for business or pleasure, may be interested in staying at the Hotel ‘T Sandt that is situated in the heart of the city. The hotel, constructed in the seventeenth-century, is an excellent example of the Neo-Rococo architectural style and occupies the space of a former soap factory. There are twenty-nine rooms in the four-star hotel, which is located on Zand Street, as well as a restaurant and meeting room. The Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage site that was built between 1352 and 1521, is visible from the hotel’s summer terrace.
Hotel Julien Antwerp
The four-star Hotel Julien is situated on Korte Nieuwstraat, a street that passes through the historic centre of Antwerp, and is regarded as one of the best places for an overnight stay in the city. Guests can unwind in the luxurious spa, detoxify themselves in the sauna, relax in the comfortable living room or have a drink in the trendy bar before retiring to their cosy and well-furnished rooms. Bath and shower facilities are available in the deluxe bathrooms while free Wi-Fi, iPad and iPhone docking system, minibar and writing desk are available in each of the hotel’s twenty-one rooms.
Hotel Van Cleef
Home to the Van Cleef dynasty for over seven hundred years, and now an Italianate boutique hotel overlooking a canal, room amenities include minibars and marble bathrooms with whirlpool tubs. Upgrades bring canal views and wooden-beamed ceilings, but all guests can enjoy the artworks lining the restaurant walls, and the ideally-placed waterside terrace. Run by the team behind The Pand and De Orangerie, it won a Belgian Hospitality Award for Best Hotel Concept in 2015. The Van Cleef is a short distance from the medieval Belfry of Bruges, and one kilometre from the Church of Our Lady and its Michelangelo sculpture.
Individually-decorated rooms in this eighteenth-century boutique hotel feature antiques as well as Ralph Lauren fabrics and up-to-date facilities, with suites including whirlpool tubs and four-poster beds. The luxurious bar boasts leather and mahogany furniture, a theme continued for the wood-panelled walls in the lounge, while guests can also relax in a peaceful courtyard. The Pand is close to the city’s historic heart, and just five minutes away from the Markt square with its imposing historic guilds, bustling restaurants and the Belfry tower. Alternatively, a seven-minute walk will deliver chocoholics to the Choco-Story chocolate museum.
Originally a 1930s mansion and retaining its period facade, this award-winning family-run establishment provides every comfort, with upgrades available to make the experience even more special. The Champagne Breakfast is a must, but guests will also want to linger in The Bowler bar, which displays pictures of comics such as Laurel and Hardy on the wall. Centrally-situated but on a quiet street, the Flemish-style Prisenhof is a short stroll from the main sights around the Markt, with a free walking tour on offer during the week. Packages include a themed guided tour and museum tickets, while nearby amenities include bike, scooter or moped hire, and golfing.
The Hotel Heritage lives up to its name in every way. The nineteenth century building, in a UNESCO World Heritage area, has a dining room dating from 1869, a fourteenth-century wine cellar, and a gym housed in twelfth-century quarters. Part of the Relais and Chateaux group, rooms range from Classic (with an iPad) up to a suite with a Belfry view. The hotel is conveniently situated in the middle of medieval Bruges and close to theatres, shops and restaurants serving Belgium’s acclaimed cuisine. A horse and carriage ride starting from here would be a pleasant way to take in the rest of the compact city centre.
Hotel de Orangerie
This former convent is a resting-place for all seasons, with a sunny terrace that looks out onto the Dijver canal, and a bar that welcomes Christmas Market shoppers with its warming fire. The French Country-style rooms in this fifteenth-century gem have all the perks you’d expect, within an interior of pastel hues and antique pieces. The Markt is only a few steps away, with the Chocolate Museum taking about seven minutes to walk. Or take a boat trip along this canal to view traditional Flemish architecture at its best.
Hotel De Tuilerieën
This fifteenth-century dwelling also sits alongside the pretty Dijver canal, and is equipped with saunas and an indoor swimming-pool. Relax with a drink on the terrace, or sip Prosecco with breakfast in the elegant dining room. Rooms are decorated and equipped to a high standard, with family rooms in the modern annexe, while some upgrades may include four-poster beds and canal views. The hotel is close to a bus stop, the Markt square and the Groeningemuseum, constructed on the site of the medieval Eekhout Abbey, and housing six centuries of Belgian and Flemish art from Van Eyck to Broodthaers.
Pillows Grand Boutique
Located in Ghent’s historic city centre, this grand mansion hotel is an impressive place to stay. Elegant Louis XIV interiors are combined with modern design which results in style and sophistication. There are 156 serene rooms set across the historic building and the new wings, which enclose the lush courtyard, and each room presents guests with either a charming balcony or terrace to enjoy the natural light and colours that are echoed throughout the rooms. The impeccable attention to detail flows throughout everything in this hotel and the bar and various restaurants’ service are no exception. Guests can enjoy the culinary delights of a more formal setting, casual coffee or make the most of alfresco living on the outdoor terrace. Escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life and enjoy complete serenity in Spa Reylof, a haven of tranquillity in the historic setting of Baron Reylof’s former carriage house.