Hotel newcomer 2017

  • Sleep Well Youth Hostel - Full renovation

    The Sleep Well is a youth hostel with 241 beds located in the heart of Brussels. Following a fire in January 2012, it underwent full refurbishment. In order to improve its energy-saving performance, reduce the environmental footprint and respond better to users' expectations, the building has been transformed and undergone numerous improvements. Passive extension and roofing, co-generation and thermosolar panels (prize for outstanding building and passive new construction), form part of the environmental investments made. The warm modern design, the creation of a duplex designed for families and the development of spaces to encourage encounters and exchanges among users have made the Sleep Well a place where everyone, regardless of their age, can enjoy life in a youth hostel in maximum comfort. The works will conclude in April with the creation of a games room and a guest kitchen.

  • Pillows Grand Hotel Place Rouppe

    Pillows Grand Hotel Place Rouppe is a 4-star luxury boutique hotel, located in the heart of Brussels on Place Rouppe. The 43 rooms and suites offer noble simplicity and contemporary classic design in a warm, inspiring and friendly atmosphere. Guest are welcomed by the Pillows hosts in The Living, next to the fire place with a drink, just like at home.

    The Living Winebar & Lounge, is a lively social space where guests can decide when and where to eat, thanks to Pillows’ around the clock dining options. The Pillows Grand Hotel Place Rouppe’s two halls are the perfect venues for board meetings, conferences and private events. What’s more, the doors of the wellness oasis are due to open in the course of 2018 (equipped with a sauna, a hammam, beauty treatment room and fitness area).

    Welcome to the epitome of timeless charm – A home away from home.

  • Hygge Hotel

    The Hygge hotel is a unique-design hotel of its own. Its layout was commissioned to the talented firm of the designer Michel Penneman, who gave free reign to his admiration for Scandinavian design and created a universe that lends itself to relaxation, well-being and comfort, dotted with creations by young designers. The interior decoration uses authentic materials such as wood, wool, ceramics, soft colours and the presence of accessories and furniture with clean lines. Hygge transmits its own art of living, one that seeks to make something unique out of the ordinary, through a culture of beauty and design that privileges comfort and cocooning: the simplicity and quality of the materials create a uniquely cosy atmosphere and let you forget you're staying at a hotel.