Suite of the week: Royal Suite of the House of Ambassadors at Stanhope Hotel, Brussels

Suite name: Royal Suite of the House of Ambassadors
Hotel:  Stanhope Hotel, Brussels, Belgium
Size of accommodation: 80-100 sq m
Cost per night: 500 Euros (weekends), 1,625 Euros (weekdays)
What makes it special? It’s the Royal Suite of the first 5-star hotel in Belgium!

Royal Suite of the House of Ambassadors at Stanhope Hotel











With peaceful views of the park of Square de Mees, the Royal Suite of the House of Ambassadors is tastefully designed, with stylish decor, classical English style furniture and floral fabrics.    It has a  luxurious marble bathroom with Molton Brown amenities.

Royal Suite of the House of Ambassadors at Stanhope Hotel











The House of Ambassadors, a century-old residence, was inaugurated in September 2004 and consists of the Royal Suite, three single standard rooms, three deluxe rooms, six double standard rooms and two conference rooms.   This house in the hotel is an unique feature because it can be rented on its own for groups, delegations or important individuals.   Due to its two conference rooms, private breakfast, lunch and dinner can also be arranged.  

Royal Suite of the House of Ambassadors at Stanhope Hotel











The Stanhope hotel is situated in quiet surroundings, in the historical centre of Brussels, next to the European District.   Within walking distance you can find some of the main tourist attractions in Brussels like Royal Palace, the Grand Place, and Sablon Square famous for its antiques shops.   The hotel is also nearby Avenue Louise, the most fashionable street of the European Capital.   This boutique hotel is a home-away-from-home that provides an exclusive, personalized and unique service.

Comments (3)

  1. Romanzy says:

    It’s the Royal Suite of the first 5-star hotel in Belgium?

    How can you write such bullshit. You really believe that there is only one 5-star hotel in Belgium, the capitol of Europe? If you manage a blog about traveling, then at least do your homework before writing idiot things. There are in Brussels Le Méridien Bruxelles, Conrad Brussels, Rocco Forte Hotel Amigo, Royal Windsor Hotel Grand Place, Hotel Metropole… and many more in Brussels and of course in other Belgian cities too.

    Gosh…makes me upset when I read such things.


  2. Paul Johnson says:

    Romanzy… I suggest you re-read.

    My blog post reads “the first five star hotel in Belgium”, not “the only five star hotel in Belgium”.


  3. Trev says:

    I guess £250/night (500E equiv.) isn’t bad for a suite, but to be honest I wouldn’t really want to pay more than about £50 as the decor is awful…! When did grey and mucky grey become fashionable, and what’s with the stripes – makes me feel seasick!

    Rather odd really as they have done a good job on the stairs. There are much better rooms however I’ve seen recently in the UK for that kind of money. Or does 5 star in the UK and Belgium not mean the same thing?


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