Historical elegance and genuine hospitality

Amidst the energetic rhythms of Belgium’s capital, Hotel Fleur de Ville is your sanctuary, offering you an ethereal escape from the ordinary. Indulge in elegance within our selection of meticulously designed rooms, each of them a blend of historic charm and modern luxury. Welcome to Hotel Fleur de Ville, where stories blossom.

Refined escapism

Experience a sophisticated getaway from the demands of daily life and luxuriate in calmness.

Captivating authenticity

Step into a world where historical authenticity resonates throughout the architectural beauty, seamlessly intertwining with heartfelt hospitality.

Intriguing elegance

Immerse yourself in a setting that effortlessly blends refinement and curiosity, crafting an atmosphere that is sure to captivate anyone who walks through the door.

A building with a storied past


In Hotel Fleur de Ville, faint echoes of bygone eras can be heard in every corner and crevice, as this building used to be a thriving banking institution in the 19th century. Once a bustling hub of financial activity, the hotel’s walls resonate with the energy of past transactions and dealings that used to shape the economic landscape of Brussels.

From the grandeur of the lounge to the intimate nooks of the guest rooms, remnants of the building’s banking heritage add historical intrigue—inviting you to step back in time and immerse yourself in the rich past of this iconic building.

Chronicles of architectural history


Our establishment was once home to the Caisse Générale d’Epargne et de Retraite, an 1850s national savings bank—explaining the building’s exceptional charm and meticulously crafted meeting rooms. The project was placed in the capable hands of eclectic architect Henri Beyaert. Construction took place between 1889 and 1893, with assistance from architect Paul Hankart.

From 1910 to 1918, the Beyaert building was expanded by French architect Alban Chambon, who added the prestigious entrance and the corner turret. The iconic building was restored in 1990. Today, it stands as a testament to the skill and vision of its architects, continuing to inspire awe and admiration.

A city of historic splendour

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From busy streets to cobblestone alleys, from cultural landmarks to hidden gems, from lively squares to peaceful courtyards: let us be your guide to the very best of Brussels.

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