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Upon entering the lobby it becomes clear right away that Hotel Métropole in Brussels is in a league of its own. Luxury, comfort, and the splendour of times long gone by are the most conspicuous characteristics of this hotel. Not surprisingly, the hotel has a rich history: it dates from 1895 and has been one of the most renowned hotels in Belgium ever since. Through the years it has welcomed many famous guests and has even been used as the backdrop for a number of historic films. The interior of the hotel is an attractive combination of [i]Renaissance[/i] and [i]Art Nouveau[/i] style. The impressive teak wood, marble, and bronze materials that are used give the hotel a regal character.Surroundings
The hotel is located on the [i]Place de Brouckère[/i], in the city centre of Brussels. Here you are within walking distance of such unmissable attractions as the [i]Grand Place[/i], the Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula, and the Royal Palace. A visit to the bronze statue [i]Manneken Pis[/i], one of Brussels' most famous residents, is also not to be missed. In the city centre you will also find many cafés and restaurants, nightlife areas, and museums. the Royal Museum of Modern Art can be reached on foot and houses many paintings by Magritte.Food and Drink
In the morning the extensive breakfast buffet is served in the hotel's breakfast area, [i]Le Jardin Indien[/i], from 06:30 to 10:30 h. It is also possible to have a continental breakfast delivered to your room. In the hotel you will find the renowned restaurant [i]L'Alban Chambon[/i] as well. This restaurant is characterized by its unique Italian-baroque interior and the innovative recipes based on the classic French cuisine. The restaurant is open from Tuesday to Friday from noon to 1:30 pm for lunch and from 7 pm to 9.30 pm for dinner (also on Saturday evening). It is closed on Saturdays at lunchtime, Sundays, Mondays and public holidays. At the Bar 'Le 31' you can relax and enjoy a nice drink and a good conversation in a unique 'end XIX-contemporary' decor.