The flourishing green facade of Hotel Indigo Brussels stands in lovely contrast to the sea of glass and steel office buildings that have sprouted up around the bustling Place Rogier. It's hard to believe this area in the heart of the Belgian capital was once considered the countryside.
Today, the nearby Botanical Garden of Brussels exists as a reminder of that pastoral era. Hotel Indigo pays tribute as well with 284 boutique rooms, each featuring one of three garden-inspired themes: floral, herbal, and tropical. The ground floor of the hotel is a green oasis that offers both a slow-food, all-day dining option and a restaurant with an eco-conscious philosophy. Its healthy cuisine with an emphasis on organic, locally grown natural ingredients will provide you the energy you need before starting to explore the city or heading off for your daily meetings.
The hotel has two meeting rooms as well, overlooking the Rogier square. Both of them equiped with all modern amenities like complimentary WiFi, notepads and projection.