The hotel has 12 beautifully decorated guest rooms. Each guest room has its own bathroom and all modern comforts.
An authentic and preserved place in the heart of the capital.
The Esperance tavern (1-3 Rue du Finistère), listed since 2008, was designed in 1930 and is one of the last works of architect Léon Govaerts (1860-1930). Art-Deco style, it has retained its beautiful marble frontage punctuated by an awning over the front door and a vertical neon sign with highly graphic letters. The stained-glass windows in the geometric windows accentuate the Art-Deco character of the facade.
Among the many works of Léon Govaerts, let us also mention the Café Tanganyka (52 Rue du marché aux Poulets) which he created in 1928 at the request of the Brussels cafes as well as the Café Dour (Rue Royale, 96) both of which no longer exist today.Book now
Famous attractions around the corner.
The hotel is located a 2-minute walk from the Place de Brouckère metro which will take you all over the city. Like to shop? We are literally 50 metres from Rue Neuve, the main shopping street in the city centre.