Metropole Hotel

De Brouckèreplein 31

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/ Metropole Hotel

Highlights

Le Café Métropole opened in 1890 by the Wielemans brothers, brewers at Forest with the aim of promoting their beers. Due to their tremendous success, they bought the neighbouring building, the former "Caisse d'Epargne" headquarters and turned it into a hotel.

/ Rooms

SUPERIOR ROOM

The Superior Rooms have an area of around 26 m². It is equipped with trouser press, TV with pay TV, Wi-Fi. A mini-bar (selection of 6 free drinks) and an in-room safe would also be at your disposal. The bathroom is equipped with a hairdryer and a face mirror.

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Sarah Bernhardt Suite

The Sarah Bernhardt Suite is located on the 3rd floor with a view on the De Brouckère place. It is approximately 60 m². It is decorated with an original fresco depicting Mrs. Sarah Bernhardt and has Louis XVI-style furniture.

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Presidential Suite

This suite is located on the second floor and has view on the Place de Brouckere. This renovated suite has three bedrooms and a spacious lounge. The eighteenth century Italian style reflects a beautiful decor in pale blue, all ornamented with gold.

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PRIVILEGE ROOM

The Privilege Rooms have an area of around 30 m². They are equipped with trouser press, TV with TV on demand and pay TV, Wi-Fi (free until 512Kb), telephone with answering machine and direct line, minibar (with a selection of 6 free drinks) and in-room safe.

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/ Servicios

Hotel offers concierge, room service, laundry, hairdresser, fitness center and business center.

/ Spaces

The hotel has 15 rooms with capacity for up to 450 people

De Brouckèreplein 31

Brussels, Belgium

50.85 ºN / 4.35 ºE