The name has changed many times since the Steigenberger Wiltcher’s, the grand dame of Brussels’ Avenue Louise, first opened its doors in 1913. But its old-world grandeur remains, the marble and brass polished to perfection in the chandelier-lit lobby. After extensive renovations in recent years, this landmark luxury hotel is even more refined than before, its hundreds of guest rooms modernized and outfitted with handy features like deep soaking tubs and Nespresso machines. Suites are palatial, with extras like kitchens, private meeting rooms, and butler service. Guests have access, for an extra fee, to a sleek spa with an infinity pool. But the hotel’s true highlights are its elegant restaurants and bars, including the open-air La Terrasse, a cozy library lounge, and the see-and-be-seen Loui Bar. Thanks to the location in the center of the city’s upscale shopping district, you’re likely to take your afternoon tea alongside stylish locals as well as fellow guests.
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