Licensed Bed and Breakfast in Brussels
Licensed Bed and Breakfast in Brussels
Located in 1040 Brussels, Avenue de la Chasse 132 (see map) , in a quiet neighborhood, next to the Cinquantenaire Park and very close to the European institutions, our licensed Bed and Breakfast "Living in Brûsel" is an ideal Guesthouse and place for your business trips or simply to discover Brussels as a tourist or with the family. Nearby you will find several museums (Parc du Cinquantenaire) and shopping streets as well as a wide selection of restaurants that we can but recommend. The house is situated at walking distance of all European institutions and their meeting facilities. Metro station Mérode is situated at a mere 600m. Tram 81 stops in front of the house.
We welcome you with pleasure in our Bed and Breakfast established in a beautiful town mansion built in 1913 and renovated a century later in 2013, conserving authentical elements and introducing all modern amenities (also a house-lift and very fast internet with 5 Wifi hotspots in our house). Let yourself be seduced by the marriage of the old and the contemporary in a typical Brussels house. Our Guesthouse offers spacious, very comfortable and clean rooms for both business travelers and families with children. In some periods we offer even better prices: see our reservation module using the "Book Online" button. From a stay of 3 days on, you get a discount. We speak fluenty English.
Let us know if you have specific dietary needs such as without lactose, gluten or other allergies.
Do you have a bicycle? No problem, we can store it.
The Bed and Breakfast is non- smoking but a covered shelter outside is available for this purpose.
Pets are not allowed.
A garden is at your disposal if you fancy enjoying the weather on a bright day.
Caroline, your hostess, will take pleasure in assisting you in every way to make your stay in Europe’s capital an unforgettable one.
Brussels offers the subtleties of a cosmopolitan hotchpotch that is unique in its genre. Let yourself be inspired while wandering through the city.
Brussels cannot be accurately described but is to be lived and discovered in a deliciously subjective manner. Shared moments, new sensations are waiting for you.
Our guesthouse "Living in Brüsel" offers 3 spacious and comfortable bedrooms and a studio and is situated in a very calm area of Brussel. All rooms are equipped with box spring beds measuring 2m10 by 1m80, ensuite bathrooms (bathtub or shower) with hairdryer, towels, and separate toilet. You will also find a large desk, cable television, tea / coffee facilities and fast WiFi connexion.
To ensure a good night's sleep, you can choose between different types of pillows.
You will be sleeping in an oasis of tranquillity and wake up in timeless elegance.
And of course you can count on a daily housekeeping service.
Partners in accomodation:
Licence nr.: V.GK.2.01648.7.01
Now going on in Brussels:
Mobilia. 100 years of Achitecture and Design in Belgium
12/02/2014 - 15/06/2014
Mobilia invites its visitors to think about the connections between architecture and design, throughout more than a century of Belgian creation. Using the prism of one architect/one building/one object, Mobilia displays unique original pieces. From Victor Horta to Willy Vander Meeren to contemporary architects and designers, there will be close to 25 profiles presented to the public.
Expo Sax 200
08/02/2014 - 11/01/2015
Jazz may have its roots in America, but the instrument most associated with this particular musical style - the saxophone - was invented by a Belgian. This upcoming 6 November marks the bicentenary celebration of Adolphe Sax's date of birth to the day. The ‘Sax200’ exhibition traces the man's riveting life story, which acts to illustrate the huge impact he had on the world of music.
To the Point
19/02/2014 - 18/05/2014
The Neo-Impressionist Portrait, 1886-1904. Think again: for the first time, ING Belgium is presenting an exhibition entirely dedicated to the pointillist portrait at its Brussels Cultural Centre: TO THE POINT! Born in Paris, and a real turning point in the history of painting at the end of the 19th century, the Neo-Impressionist movement developed in a unique way in Brussels.
The Art Of The Brick.The playfull universe of Nathan Sawaya
22/11/2013 - 21/04/2014
After touring in North America, Asia and Australia, the splendid exhibition THE ART OF THE BRICK, hailed as one of CNN's 10 must-see exhibitions, will have its European premiere in Brussels from 22 November 2013 until 21 April 2014.
Commemoration of the First World War 1914-18 in Belgium
- By the Belgian Government:
The First World War (1914-1918) had a profound impact on the history of Belgium and of the whole world.
Three commemorative ceremonies with international scope
- In Flanders:
The First World War, also known as the Great War, was the first international conflict of truly world scale dimensions. The War raged from 28 July 1914 until 11 November 1918 and claimed millions of military and civilian casualties.
- In Wallonie and Brussels:
Centenaire de la Guerre 14-18: Agenda d'événements et commémorations.
Programme d’événements organisés en Wallonie et à Bruxelles.