Hotels in Belgium with Michelin star restaurants

For those with a passion for travel and gastronomy, what better formula than Michelin star restaurants combined with hotel rooms. After a sumptuous dinner paired with wines,  you don’t have to drive home! Simply walk yourself back to your room! There is a decent list of starred restaurants in Belgium with annexed bedrooms. Here is a selection throughout the country.

Le Cor de Chasse, Art Culinaire, Durbuy

1 Michelin star
Cuisine – French

Located not far from the beautiful town of Durbuy in Wallonia lies a one Michelin star restaurant and hotel, Le Cor de Chasse, offering contemporary French dishes using only the freshest seasonal products. The charming hotel is situated in a castle which dates back to 1681 surrounded by two hectares of land, an outdoor pool and offers 11 beautifully decorated bedrooms.

Guests can choose from a Menu Prestige, a Discovery Menu or order à la carte. Dishes vary constantly according to the season and availability of ingredients. The Chef and Owner, Mario Elias, comes from generations of passionate chefs which began with his great-grandfather producing and selling ice-cream at the North Sea.

L’Aire du Temps, Éghezée

2 Michelin stars
Cuisine – French, seafood

A Belgian restaurant headed by a Korean born chef. Sang Hoon Degeimbre’s description of himself  “Korean born, Belgian man, and citizen of the world” is a preamble to the unique experience waiting for you at L’Aire du Temps. Situated in a square farm built in Hesbaye style, surrounded by 5 hectares of cultivated gardens, the restaurant offers set as well as à la carte menus. As told by the Chef, menus are a reflection of imagination, the fruit of passion and pleasure for creating something unique for the guests. 5 contemporary bedrooms are available for those who would never want to leave this place!

Hostellerie St., Nicolas, Ieper

2 Michelin stars
Cuisine – French

This is an excellent destination if you are planning to visit Flanders Fields in Ieper, Poperinge or Veurne.
Chef Franky Vanderhaeghe and his wife Sandra give you the warmest welcome upon arrival. He makes use of the freshest local ingredients, typical of the region of West Flanders, such as asparagus prepared “à la flamande”, fish from the North Sea or eel.

The stylish B&B offers 6 contemporary bedrooms located in a modern villa just a few metres from the restaurant. The perfect base for those wanted to combine gastronomy with history.

L’Impératif, Domaine d’Arondeau, Roucourt

1 Michelin star
Cuisine – French, seafood

L’Impératif restaurant is situated within the vast estate of Arondeau, which includes a park of 15 hectares, a majestic renovated 19th century mansion best known by the name “Le chateau d’Arondeau” and a contemporary architectural complex containing 5 halls for receptions and seminars. The elegant and sophisticated room restaurant is great for business lunches or dinners and convivial gatherings. The restaurant’s Chef, Benoît Newsy, is constantly exploring, creating and innovating, perennially looking for improbable ways to associate textures and flavours.

The castle of Arondeau offers 10 hotel rooms with spectacular views over the surrounding countryside.

Paola Fiocchi Van den Brande is Director of Passepartout Homes Ltd.

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Comments (5)

  1. Madison says:

    What an enticing set of photos and selection of restaurants. YOu know you’re going to get only the best quality when you visit a Michelin star restaurant, and Belgium is a fantastic city to visit.

  2. Filip Leys says:

    Dont’t forget Hostellerie Le Fox** (De Panne), La Table de Maxime* (Our), Le Prieuré Saint-Géry* (Beaumont), De Kristalijn* (Genk), and there are others!

    • Paola Fiocchi Van den Brande says:

      Thank you.
      There are just too many amazing restaurants in Belgium to fit all in one blog post!

  3. Jay says:

    I never realised that Belgium had such an established food scene. It’s years since I’ve been and the last time my wallet probably wasn’t quite suited to Michelin star dining!!! Now that that’s changed, it’s somewhere I’d love to return one day, so that I can slowly work my way through this list :)

  4. Sam says:

    I’m planning to go to Belgium very soon so this was super interesting and helpful. I loved michelin star restaurants when i was a meat eater, however, I find being Vegan it makes it quite difficult. Everything is so beautifully presented. I wonder if I called ahead of time they would be able to prepare something for me?

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