At the corner of the Galerie du Roi and rue des Bouchers, just a stone throw away from the famous Grand-Place and Manneken-Pis, l’Hôtel des Galeries, opened since 2014, offers a charming experience in Brussels’ emblematic city centre.
The entrusted designers of l’Hôtel des Galeries, Fleur Delesalle and Camille Flammarion, have artfully played with luxury fabrics and contemporary colours to create an elegant yet cosy atmosphere. The 23 rooms and suites, spread out on four floors, each offer unique views of the Galerie du Roi, the City Hall and downtown rooftops or the private patio.
Inside the rooms, distinctive features such as parquet flooring and wooden shutters are combined with furniture pieces from prominent contemporary design brands – including Belgian ones – as well as antiques thoroughly sought-after in the Sablon district. Ceramic works of multiple shapes and forms are the signature theme of the Hotel and provide the uncluttered interiors with a true sense of cosiness and authenticity.
Redefining standards in a historic location, l’Hôtel des Galeries and its restaurant le Comptoir des Galeries, orchestrated by French chef Benjamin Lagarde, stand proudly as an intimate hideaway, with distinguished and luxurious taste.