‘Historic Building; Renowned Luxury’
Situated in the centre of Brussels, at the crossroads of the historic Ilot Sacré area and the antiques district of Le Sablon, Hotel Amigo resides only round the corner from the striking Grand Place and is close by to the Mannekin Pis, Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium and the Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula. Filled with history, the hotel’s building is over 500 years old and has been a hotel since 1957 – a year later it was converted to host royals and celebrities for the 1958 World Exposition. The lobby floor is paved with cobblestones dating from 620, originally used in the surrounding streets and carefully preserved during the hotel’s renovations to add to the authenticity. Further authenticity can be found at the Ristorante Bocconi, where a sophisticated menu of authentic Italian cuisine is prepared using the finest local produce and accompanied by carefully selected wines. Amigo Bar exudes a welcoming atmosphere with its polished parquet floors, soothing background music and cosy leather chairs; offering the perfect place for a relaxing drink at the day’s end. Sleek and homely guest rooms provide a comfortable retreat and the hotel also provides suitable amenities for children of all ages.
‘Experience Brussels at one of the city’s oldest and most renowned buildings.’