From the editors of Condé Nast Traveler:
The location of this sleek 149-room property—one block from Berlaymont, the headquarters of the European Commission—contributes to its cosmopolitan feel, with Eurocrats descending there for lunch at Spud's, the haute restaurant run by Parisian chef Alain Senderens. Just off the spare atrium lobby, a library with velvet armchairs and print sofas makes for an intimate nook; the basement workout room uses the cantilevered windows of the atrium as a fountain, with water spilling over the glass outside; and hammams have direct elevator access from rooms upstairs. Rooms, decked out with gliding panel curtains, also come with an espresso machine and TV channels from every EU country.2007 Hot List
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