Our NH Collection Brussels Centre hotel opens its doors!

By NH | 18:24

The day has arrived. The first Belgian hotel in our upper upscale brand, NH Collection, has opened its doors. After a complete upgrade and total renovation, NH Collection Brussels Centre hotel has become part of our NH Collection catalogue of hotels.

  

For the grand opening, we were honored to have the presence of the Flemish Tourism Minister, Ben Weyts, the ambassador of Spain in Belgium, Ignacio Jesús Matellanes Martínez, as well as the hotel’s director, Alain Bouchat.

  

The event could also not be missed by Maarten Markus, the Managing Director NH Hotel Group BU Benelux, UK, France, USA and Africa. He emphasized that Brussels is one of the destinations that NH is focusing on the most, with a total of seven hotels in the city”.

 

The new NH Collection hotel – previously known as NH Atlanta Brussels– is located in the heart of the city’s downtown, only a five minutes’ walk from Brussel’s main square, and also very close to the city’s main points of interest, such as the emblematic bronze statue Manneken Pis.

The hotel is on a street that runs parallel to Rue Neuve, the city’s most famous shopping street, and is only five minutes by car from the European District, where the European Council, European Parliament, and European Commission are headquartered.

Its location is also among the most iconic, being situated in a beautiful historic building that dates back to 1929. Many details from the era have been maintained, such as the original staircase and the magnificent terrace.

 

It has 241 superior and Premium rooms, eight meeting rooms, a restaurant on the top floor, and a terrace with extraordinary views that is an ideal space for all types of events, from conferences and meetings to weddings.

 

With this new NH Collection hotel, the brand now has 48 hotels in 11 countries, a list that will continue to grow in the next several months with the addition of new hotels. We will keep you informed! Stay tuned!

 

 

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