The Royal Palace is the biggest and most impressive building of the Royal District, and it is the official residence of the Belgian Monarchy. A waving flag indicates that the king is in the Country. The Palace construction began around the first two decades of the XIX century, on the place where the ancient Coudenberg Palace stood.
Most of the construction was completed during the reign of Leopold II, and in the XX century several adjustments were made.
The Throne Room and the Small White Room are not to be missed, where one can admire a series of royal portraits dating from the 19th century and rococo furniture of the 18th century. Not to miss is also the Room of Mirrors, with amazing illusion effects.
- Place des Palais
- Bus: 38, 60, 95, 96
- Metro: Parc, Trone
- Opening hours: July to September, Tuesday to Sunday from 10.30 am to 17 pm
Le Dome is set at Rogier Square, directly opposite the Rogier Metro Station and the City2 Shopping Mall. This renovated hotel offers spacious rooms an [...]
Hotel Manhattan offers rooms in Brussels’ historical city centre, a 15-minute walk from the Grand Place and the Manneken Pis Statue. It features a 2 [...]
Set in the heart of Brussels' historic centre, Bedford Hotel is a boutique hotel located just 450 metres from the Grand-Place. It features a spacious [...]
This Art Deco hotel is centrally located in Brussels' centre, 1800 metres from the Grand Place, Manneken Pis and Rue Neuve Shopping District. Hotel Ch [...]
Hotel A La Grande Cloche is set in a 19th-century building on Place Rouppe, 250 metres from Anneessens Metro Station. It features a 24-hour reception [...]
Situated 100 metres from Schuman Metro Station, First Euroflat Hotels offers rooms with a kitchenette. It features a sauna, a coffee shop and a breakf [...]
This hotel offers soundproof rooms in the heart of Brussels, only 700 metres from Grand Place and a 10-minute walk from the Central Railway Station. O [...]