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 and Armani. All 29 rooms are fitted with retro designs, shag carpets and fluffy pillows to leave guests feeling funky (in a good way!). Some rooms even include claw-foot bathtubs for those looking for a relaxing soak.
No detail is too small from the mini-Rubik’s cubes on the room keys to the vinyl records spinning in the 1960s and 70s-themed breakfast room. Guests will enjoy fresh produce from the hotel’s partners (Fleur du Pain, Charly Juices, traditional jams, Dolfin chocolate, etc). With menu items including fresh breads, jams, cheese and pork platters, and more, travelers will not leave hungry.
What makes this hotel truly unique, apart from the shag carpets and bold colors, is the opportunity for guests to go “glamping!” Set on the secure terrace of the Vintage Hotel is an Airstream caravan dating back to 1958. Fully renovated with all a guest could need, including a shower and seating area, this is not just a room, but an experience.
Just a two-minute walk from the Stephanie tram stop, this trendy hotel is also near to the iconic Manneken Pis fountain and Grand Place, the city's main plaza.