Odette en Ville Hotel in Brussels, Belgaum

September 15, 2011 by

Odette en Ville was once a private residence built in 1920’s Brussels. It has been transformed into a hotel, situated in an area that is lively by day and quiet by night, the Chatelain quarter. Aiming to be a place where guests can kick back and relax after a busy day of touring or work, this is a hotel with a difference, it is friendly and elite with flawless service.

The rooms of Odette en Ville are accessed by a wide wrought-iron staircase. Eight stylish and modern rooms await guests. They were designed with thorough care and premium materials: linen headboards, cotton-velvet curtains, and Italian marble. Occasionally, the color scheme is augmented by a delicate touch of lilac.

Each room is distinctive in size, location, and arrangement. In the terraced room, guests can relax in fine weather. The room with the large dressing room and open fire is exceptionally sumptuous. And one of the rooms is home to a decidedly curious bathroom, because of the arrangement of the house.

The rooms come in four categories: Category 1, Category 2, Category 3, and Category 4.

On the ground floor, next to the bar, the restaurant at Odette en Ville is the perfect place for a quiet breakfast, a business lunch, or a delicious dinner. The world’s dishes and seasons of the year are the motivation for their chef Roberto Zanuso. The menu also includes a selection of wonderful traditional Brussels dishes.

The Lounge Bar is what Odette en Ville likes to call a “halfway house” between the hotel and street for guests to enjoy themselves in their own way. The tables are designed by Marcel Wanders, making it a perfect place to read the day’s paper.

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