Please note that Boulevard Adolphe Max is currently under construction. You will find all the information about these renovations on the city’s website https://www.bruxelles.be/boulevard-adolphe-max. The objective of this redevelopment is to restore Boulevard Adolphe Max to its former glory. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
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Meet the ambassador of Hotel Le Plaza, Eliot!
We are pleased to present Eliot, the cutest of our colleagues, who was born on the occasion of the 90th anniversary of Hotel Le Plaza. Eliot is the ambassador of the hotel’s values and will be by your side all along this year. He has several very important missions within our hotel.
Click on Eliot to get to know him and to discover his private page and his missions.
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What our guests say
« Very clean room, the bathroom was dated but also very clean, the staff were super friendly, the check in check out process went very smoothly, the best thing about our room was the size! It was a big room with an even bigger bathroom. It is 13 min walk to the grand place and there are many fry and waffle shops on the way! Overall our one night stay at this establishment was very pleasant.»
Le Plaza, the luxurious hotel located in the center of Brussels
Hotel Le Plaza Brussels is the perfect hideaway to discover Brussels and her treasures. Located just next to “Rue Neuve” shopping street and only 10 minutes away from the famous Grand Place: the historical center lies at your feet while staying at Le Plaza. Furthermore Le Plaza Hotel is an oasis of elegance and tradition in downtown Brussels, that allows you to find serenity after a walk through the animated streets of vibrating Brussels.
- The Brussels Grand Place
- Manneken Pis
- The Belgian Comic Strip Center
- The Magritte Museum
- The Royal Palace
- The “Galeries Saint-Hubert”
- Sainte Catherine Square