Keep it classy with Le Chatelain


Visitors to Brussels can stay in many great five star hotels, but Le Chatelain is a very special place in which to stay. The hotel boasts an exceptional location right in the heart of the city, next door to Avenue Louise and Place du Chatelain, with all the city centre public transport, entertainment, shopping and business areas close at hand. In other words, whatever you have come to Brussels for, you will find it right here.

Of course, anyone wanting to escape the hustle and bustle at the end of the day will have no problems with that. There are 107 large and soundproofed rooms, enabling everyone to have their own little world in which to unwind.Being able to relax at the end of the day is one of the things that makes Le Chatelain such a great business boutique hotel, but there are also superb facilities on site for meetings accompanied by state-of-the-art technological aids.  Another fine aspect of the hotel is the personal touch in the hospitality provided. Caring for every guest is a traditional, time-honoured way of running a hotel and no amount of modernity in terms of technology or decor will take away that superb element of the service Le Chatelain provides.

Stays at the hotel can be enjoyed through some very special offers. There is the lovers’ package for couples coming to the Belgian capital, featuring an executive room for two with champagne, flowers and chocolates. Or you could try the cultural package, which includes four passes to enter two museums of your choice. There is even a bicycle weekend, which includes cycle hire, a golf weekend with two rounds of an 18-hole course or even the comic weekend, where you can see the Comic Strip Museum in which Herge’s Tintin and other characters are immortalised.

Add to all this an excellent gym and spa and Le Chatelain is a perfect place for a visit to Brussels, whether for business or pleasure.

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