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  • The 10 Best Design Hotels in Brussels, Belgium

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  • Modern, lively and functional design hotel; Location

  • Nice design hotel near the European meeting facilities.

  • New and design hotel with great rooms. Friendly staff. Located in an area with lots of shops and restaurants (recommend “Los Ponchos” next door) and with an easy access to the center of the city (tram 92). Very cosy rooftop bar with great views. Possibility of parking spots at a good price just in front of the hotel (but make sure to call to confirm the reservation as they don’t have many).

  • New and design hotel with great rooms. Friendly staff. Located in an area with lots of shops and restaurants (recommend “Los Ponchos” next door) and with an easy access to the center of the city (tram 92). Very cosy rooftop bar with great views. Possibility of parking spots at a good price just in front of the hotel (but make sure to call to confirm the reservation as they don’t have many).

  • Good looking design hotel Good location Very friendly Italian staff

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Things to Do in Brussels

Atomium
An enlarged iron crystal, this symbol of science is enormous enough to be seen from most of the city. Created for the World Fair of 1958, the cellular design was made with many a metaphor in mind. Its nine orbs (one a restaurant, another an exhibition) symbolise the 9 provinces of Belgium. It’s also a nod toward transnational peace and the hope that science can save humanity.
Atomiumsquare
Belgian Comic Strip Center
Cartoons: an ever-evolving art. Belgium has produced more than its fair share of comic illustrators. Two parts history, one part love letter, the museum will make you want to pick up a pen. Explore Tintin’s life, crafted by Belgian artist Hergé, and glimpse original sketches from the drafting process to final design. Feel the itch of inspiration? Creative workshops are also offered.
Rue des Sables 20