November 22, 2014
By: Five Star Alliance
Le Chatelain Hotel strikes the perfect balance between gracious hospitality, exceptional comfort and state-of-the-art technology. It offers a full range of technological facilities while remaining traditional in one respect: it still clings steadfastly to traditional ideas of hospitality: personal care for every guest. This luxury hotel emphasizes personalized service and attention to detail.
The hotel offers 107 ample and fully soundproofed rooms and suites that have been especially designed and abundantly equipped so as to meet and even surpass your highest expectations of comfort, privacy and security. All rooms are luxuriously spacious, with vast and richly appointed bathrooms, elegantly furnished and endowed with the most innovative conveniences.
The excellent location in Central Brussels, the varied range of choices in sophisticated dining and leisure, an enchanting garden and a superbly equipped top floor Fitness Centre further contribute to the unparalleled charm of your Brussels' "home suite home."
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October 16, 2014
By: Five Star Alliance
Warwick Barsey Hotel Brussels strikes the right balance between contemporary chic and traditional charm. A recent refurbishment brings together classic architecture with modern interiors to create a glamorous and ultra-comfortable home-away-from-home.
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October 5, 2011
By: Christopher Roney
There’s one criticism I’ve heard a lot about high-end hotels: These luxurious accommodations and world-class amenities are all well and good, but I still feel like a guest. And I tend to agree. Regardless of the number of free fruit bowls and complimentary drinks they throw at you, there can be a kind of artificiality to the hotel experience.
And that’s the worry that motivated contest winner Wim Alenus in his design of a new room at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Belgium. Abandoning the overused velour and gold-plated everything of traditional hotel rooms, Mr. Alenus has created a home away from home. The room has been designed to evoke a feeling of comfort, and the jury described it as “eclectic…elegant, relaxing, and real.” It’s a room where you can kick your feet up, read the paper, and make yourself as comfortable as sinking into your favorite couch. The contest itself attracted over 10,000 entries and the winning designer has won 30 nights in the room of his creation. That’s a man to be jealous of!
Could this become a trend in the hotel world, both in design and operations? We might very well see a return to an emphasis on comfort, and I know I’d love to see more independent designers get the chance to show what they would do when given the chance to design some of the best hotel rooms in the world.
August 9, 2011
By: Mary Winston Nicklin
There's a lot to love about a city break in Brussels. You can scarf down the best chocolate in the world, trace the trail of famous Belgian beers, get up close with Tintin at the fabulous Comic Strip Center, marvel at Magritte at the surrealist's namesake museum, and of course go have a peek at Manneken Pis. Take advantage of the "Family Summer Break" at the Conrad Brussels and you'll benefit from a special 40% discount on the bed and breakfast BAR rate (Best Available Rate) in a Queen Premium room (for two adults and two kids). Also included: an extensive buffet breakfast in Café Wiltcher's, Playstation and Wii games in the room, and in-room amenities for the little ones. Offer valid through November 6 (must book by September 7, 2011), subject to availability.