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Belgium, West Europe
Located in an area of outstanding beauty and history this unique hotel is in a converted 18th-century Jesuit church. Your room has everything you can expect from a four star hotel with flatscreen TV, minibar and free wifi. The outside terrace is a delightful place to take a drink or ...
Stepping into the Vintage Hotel in Brussels may make you feel as though you’ve stepped into a time machine. Goodbye 21st century, hello 1960s and 70s! This family-run converted mansion is located uptown, a short step away from Avenue Louise - a notorious shopping street with high-end stores like Gucci ...
Dutch artist, Joep Van Lieshout, has created a [unique work of art](https://www.uniqhotels.com/art-hotels) that you can actually stay in...if your heart desires. His giant human intestine sculpture (yes, intestine), located in Belgium, sits in the middle of a field commissioned as part of the Verbeke Foundation Sculpture Park which hosts over ...
Unlike a traditional hotel, La Classe is actually a former schoolhouse that is situated in the Belgian village of Denée. With seven bedrooms and bathrooms, this space can comfortably accommodate 19-21 people. Each room is associated with a school subject like mathematics, history, geography and anatomy. This is an ideal ...
Artistic expression and the creative lifestyle are the centripetal characteristics of Hotel Bloom. Inspired by the rich history and evolving personality of Brussels, Hotel Bloom attempts to capture the artistic heart of the city through the work of its local artists. With this concept in mind, the original designers invited ...
*Oh be-have* Take a swill pill in this fragrant pit of chic. Yes, this 1920s building has been refurbished into one of the world’s most desirable boutique hotels. The interior has been decorated to exacting standards using monochromes and reflective steel to create an impression of living inside a sexy ...
*“Small Versailles of the Ardennes”* This high society mansion was finished in 1910 and for much of the last century was home to the Dresse family who used it to host elegant events including plays by the national theatre of Belgium, hunts, concerts and balls. In 1999 it was sold ...
*Educational!* Houston we have a problem: there’s not enough people learning about space. Well thank heaven (not actually located in space as far as we know) that the Euro Space Center is here to make learning about space an exciting interactive experience and you can stay overnight too. Come to ...
*Genius lies in attention to detail* This hotel is built into an historic town house in Brussels. It has 17 themed rooms. Each one is decorated in the style of a location that gives you wanderlust. There is the Congo Room with its impressive African art, statues of tribal gods ...
**The converted church hotel** This is a hotel in an historic church located in the art heart of Northern Europe, Mechelen where there are loads of amazing buildings, paintings and sculptures. Many were created in the sixteenth century renaissance. So when you’re done craning your neck and making impressed noises ...
The astonishing medieval town of Kortrijk in Belgium is home to some of the most well preserved historical architecture in Europe. The city centre is kept free of cars so the atmosphere is left unspoiled. The D-Hotel takes a 19th Century windmill and farm building and marries it with cutting ...
The Atomium is a singular building in the European capital of Brussels. It is a museum, exhibition space, and viewing gallery. It is constructed of enormous spheres connected by futuristic walkways using plastics, steel, and glass. The experience of moving through this novel space is like moving through a new ...
Architect, Mr Noel, built and operates La Balade des Gnomes – an unusual hotel with 10 crazy rooms guaranteed to captivate the imagination. In fact, the motto of the hotel is “all that you can imagine is real”. It is located near Durbuy in Belgium which is a tiny 17th-century ...
Built in 1724 during the Baroque period of European art, this historic townhouse is decorated in ostentatious red and gold, thick gilded plaster, and heavy marbling. It has been well cared for in the intervening centuries and was last renovated in the 1990s. It is part of a string of ...
Coal mining was the principal industry of the Limburg area. The Carbon Hotel takes its namesake from these seams of history that run through the rocks and culture of the area. Luckily that’s where the similarity with coal mining ends. Your room has an iPod dock, a BOSE Soundsystem, designer ...