Occupying a renovated sixteenth-century brick house on a tiny lane steps from the medieval Grote Markt, the intimate Matelote is a refreshing take on the...more
Style-meisters love this place for the Eames chairs covered in black and white cowhide, pale oak floors, whitewashed furnishings, and beamed ceilings. It's just...more
This friendly and centrally located neo-Rococo property was refurbished in 1993 and again in 2006, when all of its rooms were converted to suites. Named after...more
There's more going on behind the doors of this modest 19th-century town house than you could ever imagine. This exclusive three-suite B&B in the happening...more
At first glance, it appears there's nothing modern about the three lavishly appointed guest rooms and two apartments in this romantic Jewish Quarter...more
This 18-room hotel aims to furnish traditional spaces in contemporary styles. Aficionados can have fun identifying big-name pieces: Ron Arad, Charles Eames,...more
The blandest of names gives entirely the wrong impression of this 17-room gem in the Lower City's cute, cobblestoned Sainte-Catherine district. The labor of...more
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