Vendome Hotel Brussels (Brussels)
Vendome Hotel Brussels

country: Belgium, city: Brussels (City Centre)

Vendome Hotel Brussels Vendome Hotel BrusselsThe Vendome Hotel wishes you a warm welcome in the heart of Brussels. With its familiar atmosphere, the Hotel Vendome is a place where everybody can feel at home and serves as an ideal base for business travellers as well as for tourists who are planning to visit Belgium.

Location
Vendome Hotel is situated in the business centre of Brussels, in a neighbourhood rich of architectural heritage. The hotel is close to many attractions including World Trade Centre, Grand Place and Botanical Gardens.

Rooms
The property offers you a choice of 3 different types of rooms that suits your individual needs. All the rooms are tastefully decorated and facilitated with modern amenities.

Restaurant
The onsite Brasserie Vendome serves you authentic Belgian cuisine as well as traditional French dishes. The Belgian Beer Bar, offering you a wide selection of cocktails, is just the right place for some relaxation after a long day of work or sightseeing.

General
The meeting space at the hotel includes elegantly appointed convention and reception rooms, accommodating up to 120 people, ideal for conferences, seminars, cocktails, dinners, banquets and other social events.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Baby sitting service
Business centre
Cocktail bar
Conference facilities
Currency exchange
Faxing facilities
Laundry facilities
Parking facilities
Photocopying facilities
Restaurant
Safe deposit box
Cable / Satellite TV
Hairdryer
Mini bar
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Radio
Telephone

Extra Information:


  • 1 km to the Train Station (North Station Brussels)

  • 20 km to the Airport

Address:
Boulevard Adolphe Max 98
1000 Brussels


International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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