The adventure of this apartment was born from the desire to travel differently; far from fixed stays, standardized establishments and signposted routes. This 2-bedroom apartment is located a stone's throw from the European Parliament, close to Place du Luxembourg, the Léopold and Cinquantenaire parks, internationally renowned museums and numerous shops, restaurants and bars. A district that will seduce you for its proximity and its many attractions!
90 m2 apartment located on the fourth floor and composed of a living room with flat screen TV, a dining area, a fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, microwave oven, electric kettle and refrigerator. You will also find an office area, two beautiful bedrooms with a King Size bed (160 × 200 cm) and the other with a single bed (90 × 200 cm), a beautiful bathroom with bathtub and shower, as well as a laundry area with washing machine and dryer.
We have developed the recipe for a successful stay: an ideal location, personalized and trendy decor, fast WiFi, a Nespresso machine, a hairdryer, top quality bedding and towels, as well as hosts always at your service.
The four main squares immediately constitute four starting and orientation points in the European district.
Place du Luxembourg is of course a good start. With its many small terraces and small restaurants on and around the square, this neoclassical architecture station square, nicknamed Plux, is the meeting place par excellence for young expats from European institutions, especially on Thursday evenings. Tip: take a cool aperitif at the trendy organic market on Tuesday or at the North Sea, a little further down rue du Luxembourg. Ideal to soak up the international character of Brussels!
Place Jourdan, which was completely refurbished in 2017, is an international and local focal point for terraces, cafes and pleasant restaurants offering Belgian and international cuisine. Stop by Maison Antoine, known as the best French fries shop in Brussels and even in Belgium according to the New York Times!
The Schuman roundabout offers an impressive view of two of the three important decision-making centers of the European Union. Tip: take a walk near the beautifully lit Europa building. And the view of the Arc de Triomphe in Cinquantenaire Park is free.
Place Jean Rey is the new trendy place in the EU district. Gastronomic events and trendy shops have recently given it a new lease of life.