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4 Stars   / 169 Rooms
40, avenue de la Toison d'Or , 1050 Brussels, Belgium
Sofitel Brussels Le Louise Phone: +32 2 5142200     Fax: +32 2 5145744
General Information

This sexy design hotel in the bustling Louise area provides a trendy base in Brussels. Relax in the luxurious rooms and modern Crystal Lounge - definitely the place to be. Just 2 stops away from the Eurostar and Thalys train station, the Sofitel Brussels Le Louise offers style and chic elegance for your pleasant break. The Avenue Louise is just around the corner and a 10-minute walk will take you to the town centre. Benefit from many modern and luxurious amenities in your fashionable room and unwind in your bathroom with private bath and rain shower. Decorated with the unique creations by Antoine Pinto, the Crystal Lounge is a real hotspot for your dining experience. The lounge is also great for having a drink in sleek, trendy surroundings and enjoying the sounds of the in-house DJ.


  • Airport 15.0 km Zaventem


  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Parking
  • Disabled Facilities
  • Pet Allowed
  • Conference
  • Business Center
  • Laundry Service
  • Internet in Lobby
  • Wireless Lan
  • Elevators
  • Concierge

Room Services

  • No Smoking
  • Television
  • Telephone
  • Safe
  • Mini Bar
  • WC Bathroom

Leisure Facilities

  • GymFitness
  • Park/Garden
  • Library

Lodging Type

  • Conference Hotel
  • Boutique/Design

Credit Cards

  • American Express
  • Euro/Master Card
  • Visa
  • Diners Club

is an exciting, modern city, yet it is rich in strikingly beautiful medieval and art nouveau buildings. It has outstanding museums and galleries and a vibrant cultural life. The heart of the capital city of Belgium lies inside a circle of main roads. The inner city can easily be explored within this circle on foot, by bus, or by tram. For areas outside it, there is an excellent subway system. Over the centuries, Brussels (Bruxelles in French; Brussel in Flemish) has been ruled by every major power at or near its boundaries from the Romans to the Spanish to the Germans. Its colonial history provided a fitting prelude to its current status. Brussels has become an international business community composed of diplomats, lobbyists, and euro-politicians connected with NATO and the European Union. International business arrived in the past three decades, resulting in blocks lined with steel-and-glass office buildings. However, these modern edifices are only a few steps from the cobbled streets, splendid c

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