Intimate and luxurious, Le Dixseptieme is a classic upscale hotel in the heart of the historic quarter of Brussels. In fact, the building itself is an important part of the city's heritage - its history dates from the 14th century, and it served as the official residence of the Spanish ambassador after a 17th-century restoration.
The antique furnishings and art, the parquet floors, and the ideal location close to the sites of Old Brussels speak to the history. The 32-inch flat screen TVs, marble bathrooms, and luxurious beds speak to more modern sensibilities.
The restaurant's patio at Le Dixseptieme is one of the more popular spots in the city to soak up some sunshine and that famed Belgian blonde ale. When darkness or inclement weather chases you inside, retire to the lavish lobby bar. You'll find as many different beer taps, as there are cozy corners perfectly suited to a late night rendezvous with business associates, friends, or a more intimate friend.