Steigenberger Wiltcher’s

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Brussels Luxury hotel
ChainDeutsche Hospitality
Brand
Steigenberger Hotels & Resorts
Built1993
Renovated2014
Total meeting space1,100 sq. m
Guest rooms267
Avenue Louise 71
Brussels 1050

Steigenberger Wiltcher’s

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Brussels Luxury hotel

Ratings

Northstar
5

Awards

"Best Corporate Hotel Room Award" by the Corporate Traveler Magazine 2014 Tripadvisor - Certificate of Excellence 2014

Amenities

Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (Urban)
  • Voicemail box

Facilities

  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Pet friendly
  • Rental car service
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference
  • VIP services

Venue accessibility

  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi

Equipment

  • Piano

Photo Gallery

+25

Meeting Space

Total meeting space1,100 sq. m
Meeting rooms13
Largest room552 sq. m
Second largest room258 sq. m
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Guest rooms

Total guest rooms267
Suites42

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Local Attractions

Grand-Place

Art Nouveau - Saint Gilles Area

Historical landmark
15 minutes away
Saint-Gilles is the city's bohemian epicenter with thriving French, Portuguese, Spanish, Maghrebi and Polish communities. The area around the Parvis de St-Gilles is the arty part, with the area around the Chatelain and the Church of the Holy Trinity being decidedly more yuppified. Saint-Gilles boasts as well several Art Nouveau and Haussmann-style buildings. It hosts an annual open day for local artists, the “Parcours des Artistes”, the colorful annual festival of Brussels's Portuguese community and an annual winegrowers' festival (fête des vignerons). Halfway between the elegant and opulent neighborhoods of upper Saint-Gilles and the South train station (Gare du Midi) lies the church square (Parvis de l’église Saint-Gilles), where a picturesque and colorful market operates on weekends. In an age when neo-classical architecture was in full swing, Victor Horta’s question was to undermine existing conceptions and bring new talents to the fore. By playing with different spaces, by exploiting all the resources offered by lights and colours, and submitting shapes and materials to the will of his pencil, Horta was the precursor of a revolutionary, vibrant and inspired Art Nouveau. The Brussels scene quickly became a hive of frenzied activity thanks to the contributions made by the colleagues of this visionary, who included Hankar, Strauven, Blérot, the Delune brothers, Cauchie… and more than twenty others. Without copying one another or even falling prey to imitation, all seemed to be guided towards an objective that was both aesthetic and spiritual: the creation of a catalogue of lines, shapes and atmospheres that had no parallel. The Horta Museum is established in the private house and studio of the famous architect, Victor Horta. Built between 1898 and 1901, the two buildings are characteristic of Art Nouveau at its peak. The house has kept intact most of its interior decors: mosaics, stained-glass windows, furniture, paintings and murals form a collection whose every detail evokes harmony and sophistication.
Parvis de Saint-Gilles
Place di Chatelain
Brussels, BE 1060

Hotel Surroundings

Recreation
10 minutes away
Ixelles is one of the liveliest localities in Brussels. Thoroughfares of shops and stores and perfectly-sited outside tables happily coexist in the mix of local community atmospheres. In the middle, the Saint-Boniface district, loyal to its good food establishments in unfailingly original settings, borders on the highly colorful Matongé quarter. Its inhabitants, who are mainly Africans, open up their doors and sunny terraces. Farther along, Ixelles’ Museums of Architecture and Fine Arts flit non-stop between retrospectives and avant-gardism. In possession of the biggest collection of Toulouse Lautrec posters, the latter also displays works from the leading names of Fauvism and of the Cobra movement. The museum has a major series of fin-de-siècle poster art. Two rooms are devoted to art from the 16th to 18th century. However, the museum is best known for its collections from the 19th and 20th centuries, which offer a broad panorama of the period’s various painting schools. And then, right at the bottom end of Ixelles, there’s Flagey, the old radio broadcasting centre, which has genuinely resumed service by offering a specialized and varied schedule over the last two years. Whether it’s for cinema, song or visual arts, it’s always tempting to go discover something there.

Le Sablon

Historical landmark
10 minutes away
So close and yet so different, these two districts are a real gold mine for art lovers, collectors or bargain hunters. It is also overflowing with an infectious ‘joie de vivre’. The antique and modern art galleries of the Sablon constitute a chic museum in themselves, where (almost) everyone can chance on that rare and elusive pearl thanks to its eclectic mix. The nearby Law Courts were wittily re-baptised ‘the large inkpot’ by Victor Hugo. Its panoramic view on place Poelaert can be reached in thirty seconds via the bizarre lift that lands in the very heart of Rue Haute. A constant whirl of activity, the popular Rue Haute and Rue Blaes are thronged with the most unexpected bric-a-brac and decoration shops, carefully interspersed with typical and welcoming cafés and restaurants. Tempting, carefully-prepared dishes are served alongside soups and soft cheese sandwiches. The ‘zwanze’ is a must: once you’ve heard an absurd, incredible or surreal story told in the good old brusseleer accent, you’ll have reached the roots of the Marolles. All of this local tradition is further enhanced by the fantastic bric-a-brac: the flea market that’s held every morning on Place du Jeu de Balle! NOTRE-DAME DU SABLON - In 1304 a small chapel was built by the city's crossbowmen on the then empty square. In the 15th century, the chapel was rebuilt and then given lasting legitimacy by the attendance of leading figures from the aristocracy. Today the church is seen as a remarkable example of the Ogival style in the city. Inside, the central nave is illuminated by 11 stained-glass windows measuring 15 metres in height. In 1549, a small chapel was added to the church, dedicated to the Tour and Tassis family, founders in Brussels of the city's international postal service at the beginning of the 16th century.
Place du Grand Sablon
rue Haute
Brussels, BE 1000

Art & Culture

Museum
10 minutes away
Brussels is a multicultural capital where many artistic manifestations are organized every year. Music, Gastronomy, Art: this cosmopolitan city hosts more than 80 museums showcasing punctual exhibitions. You cannot miss the Magritte Museum - the world’s reference regarding the study of the Belgian artist; and the Bozar Museum - the Centre of Fine Arts is one of the jewels of Belgium's cultural and architectural heritage.

Louise Area

Shopping
1 block away
Located in the heart of up-town Brussels, Avenue Louise is the city’s most fashionable shopping area. Designer clothes shops and up-market high-street stores are clustered around the smart avenue Louise and avenue de la Toison d'Or. Key shopping stops on avenue Louise include Caroline Biss, one of several fashion boutiques at number 21, for down-to-earth daywear in muted tones, and “Les Enfants d'Edouard”, at number 175, for vintage finds. Fancy brands can be found as well in the Toison D’or and Louise shopping galleries, whereas the glamorous Boulevard de Waterloo, on the left side of Place Louise, is THE adress for haute couture shopping. Every day is market day in Brussels: Antiques are sold on Place du Grand Sablon, Saturday and Sunday morning, while the flea market at Place du Jeu de Balle, in the Marolles district, is open every morning (along with the shops of Rue Blaes and Rue Haute). Place du Châtelain is animated every Wednesday by a colorful market where you can find food, clothes and wines, and on Sundays, a huge market of oriental delicacies takes place near the South train station from 6am to 1pm.
Avenue Louise
Boulevard de Waterloo
Brussels, BE 1050

Conventions & Conferences

Business district
10 minutes away
Being home to the European Union and NATO, Brussels is often referred to as the capital of Europe. Due to its central location in the heart of Europe, it hosts many head offices of famous companies, as well as NGOs and Associations’ head quarters. Some of the most important conferences yearly hosted in Brussels are for example Intensive Care, Label Expo, Seafood and Mood.

Distance from airport

  • 16 km from venue

Parking

  • Paid parking€19.90 / day
  • Valet parking€19.90 / day

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Set back along upscale Avenue Louise, Steigenberger Wiltcher’s has stood as a paragon of good taste since 1911. New she stands ready for the next century, with an understated, modern elegance that invites guests to relax and linger. A good place to start: one of the 267 guest rooms - the most spacious of the city - that exudes a sense of calm and serenity with beautiful views over the innercourt or the Avenue Louise. Plan afternoon adventures over sweet delicacies in the library, then join locals for handcrafted cocktails and a market-fresh meal in the cozy Loui bar and restaurant. You’re just minutes from Brussels’old town. LOCATION The Steigenberger Wiltcher's benefits from a strategic location on the Avenue Louise, being only 20 minute walk from the Palais Royal and Grand Place, 20 minute drive away from Brussels International Airport/Zaventem and 5 minutes from the Gare du Midi (Eurostar/Thalys terminal). In the heart of Brussels, the hotel is also close to the European Quarter and the historical center. ACCOMODATIONS Each of the 267 guestrooms and suites offers the same unparalleled sense of space, comfort and modern amenities to answer your every need. Discover our 180 Superior Rooms, combining modern and sophisticated design with the perfect blend of fine materials and state of the art technology. All rooms feature marbled bathrooms including separate bath and shower, tea maker. From Superior rooms to the Royal Suite, The Wiltcher's offers you the most luxurious and largest categories of rooms in the city. MEETINGS & EVENTS Ideal for all business meetings and conferences, the hotel provides all the facilities needed for professional with 1100 sqm suited for this purpose. From the largest ballroom without columns in the city accommodating from 350 to 600 guests, to 10 smaller meeting rooms all benefiting from the natural daylight and hosting events from 10 to 60 delegates, the flexible nature of the meeting spaces will answer your every need. LA TERRASSE After a day of meeting, kick back with a cool drink under an umbrella at La Terrasse, a peaceful courtyard haven surrounded by lush greenery. LOUI BAR The Loui Bar & Restaurant is the perfect place to enjoy familiar classics revisited by our Chef and to discover distinguished cocktails created by some of the best bartenders of Brussels. Try the Chef’s Market Menu every day for lunch & dinner. THE LIBRARY The Library, the lounge right next to the lobby, welcomes you every day for a morning coffee or a perfect afternoon break with delicious pastries. D-LOUNGE The D-Lounge is the place to be for cigar lovers. You can enjoy the unique and diverse selection of Davidoff cigars and chose among a large selection of whiskies.

Facility Restrictions

Full Cancellation Cancellation damages will be calculated as a percentage, based on the date of cancellation listed below, of total anticipated revenues net of tax from all contracted guest rooms, delegate revenue and/ or food and beverages and meeting room rental agreed upon in this agreement. Date of Cancellation Percentage owed Date of signing to 180 days in advance 40% 179 days to 121 days in advance 60% 120 days to 91 days in advance 80% 90 days or less in advance of Event 90% In addition to the event cancellation charges du under this clause, the Client must reimburse the Hotel for any expenditure incurred in respect of any cancelled booking including (but not limited to) any costs, charges or penalties as a result of having to make consequential cancellation of its own arrangements with third parties in relation to the cancelled Event. OTHERS The client is aware that the use of a smoke machine is forbidden at the hotel and will be responsible in case a smoke machine is used for his event. The Steigenberger Wiltcher’s logo is the propriety of the hotel and will only be used by the client with the written agreement of the hotel

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From September 2019 : New Meeting Rooms!

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