There is much more to the city of Brussels than meets the eye. It may be famous for its chocolate and beer, but there are also plenty of museums, stunning architecture, bars and much more. In the middle of the historic centre is the imposing Grand Place, surrounded by small alleyways, and in between, just a few minutes’ walk away, are surreal and impressive art collections and stunning churches. As the seat of the European Union and of NATO, you will hear a variety of languages as you walk around, with the local languages in Brussels being Flemish and French.

Stroll through the centre and you’ll find that the streets are lined with Art Nouveau buildings and museums, including one of the best railway museums in the world and a comic book museum. There’s so much to choose from that you’ll need several days in the city to see it all. Allure is an exclusive international escort agency and it will be our pleasure to help you find a beautiful escort girl in Brussels. We have many beautiful escorts who would be happy to accompany you on a fun trip to Brussels.

Three fun things to do in Brussels…

Grand Palace

Located in the middle of the city centre, it is an incredible sight. It creeps up on you, and then you are overwhelmed by this gigantic, beautiful and historic building. There is always something going on in the square, be it a market or various bars. A great place to linger and people-watch.

Beer Tour

You cannot visit Brussels without treating yourself to a beer or three. Belgians pride themselves on their world-class beers. Find out why their malt and hops are so special. Even if you are not a beer fan, you can learn, see and taste something here. I was surprised that I really liked the strawberry-flavoured beer! You never know, and every day is a school day, as they say. Scott’s Bar offers a fully guided beer tasting course, but any hotel concierge in town will be able to recommend their favourite tour.

The Belgian chocolate makers workshop

Beer isn’t your thing? Then how about chocolate. Just as famous as beer is Belgian chocolate, said to be the best in the world. Make your own chocolate bar or truffle at this mini-workshop. Relax after your efforts with a hot chocolate or chocolate sorbet.

Allow us to introduce you to a few hotels for inspiration. The following hotels offer the perfect romantic stay for you and your lovely companion to have a wonderful time together.

Hotel Amigo Rue de l’Amigo, 1000 Bruxelles

A jewel of Rocco Forte. I once stayed at this hotel when I was in my early twenties and naively asked the concierge where the Grand Place was. There was much laughter, because you are practically in the famous square, if only around the corner. I really liked the cobbled streets, and in the sunshine it is a stunning part of the world.

The Catholic Church is very present in Brussels, and you will discover little niches with holy water everywhere in the various churches, in case you want to be blessed. On the spire of the Hotel du Ville, Brussels’ famous Gothic town hall, you can also see a bronze Saint Michael defeating the devil. Now that we know that the hotel is very centrally located, we can tell you something about the hotel itself. It is a typical, elegant, fragrant and pretty Rocco Forte hotel; the decor is Laura Ashley style, with lots of flowers and polished wood, but not cluttered. The rooms and suites are bright and airy, contemporary with a twist. Hotel Amigo even has a Tin Tin-themed room. The Armand Blaton is an exquisite suite on the top floor with stunning views of the Hotel du Ville. You have your own veranda from which you can admire the city skyline. The suite was named after the hotel owner and is certainly very impressive. A spacious king-size bed, a marbled bathroom and a cosy fireplace will make you and your companion feel at home during your stay in Brussels.

When you are ready to leave your five-star room, you can head to Bar A for a cocktail, which is really very luxurious and cosy. You will not be rushed here. The concierge can arrange for you a chocolate tasting, tickets to museums or even a fixed package tailored to your wishes, which essentially consists of an intimate dinner on the rooftop with champagne and a view of the beautiful city. Hotel Amigo is an elegant and stylish place to stay for a wonderful weekend.

Steigenberg Wilcher Avenue Louise 71, 1050 Bruxelles

If you and your companion are shopaholics, this is the place to be. Avenue Louise and Boulevard de Waterloo are just a few minutes away, where you’ll find all the designer shops you could dream of. In between all the couture are upscale bars and cafés, so you can stock up on drinks and food while you shop. The hotel itself has 267 guest rooms and suites. The hotel was extensively refurbished in 2015 and is truly a beautiful and luxurious resort. Named after British hotelier Sidney Wilcher, the hotel originally opened in 1913 and was fabulous from the start. Conrad took over the hotel years later and it was recently acquired by German hotel company Steigenberg, who have lovingly restored it – and then some.

The Steigenberg Wilcher has well earned its five stars, with a spa with infinity pool, sauna and steam room, as well as a fitness centre, bar, restaurant and conference centre. The suites are insanely beautiful and we recommend the Royal Suite for a particularly steamy weekend with its own whirlpool and steam shower. See what we did there! A butler service ensures that all your needs are met. The Royal Suite is really like a flat, decorated in muted tones but equipped with the latest technology, you will have a wonderful stay here.

Hotel Le Dixseptième 25, rue de la Madeleine, Magdalenasteenweg 25 1000 Brussels

Would you like to sleep in a four-poster bed with the partner of your dreams? This 17th century-inspired hotel is quirky, yet very luxurious. Just a stone’s throw from the Grand Place, the Musées Royaux des Beaux-arts and the Magritte Museum are close by. Legend has it that the hotel was originally the residence of the Spanish ambassador of the same name, but the building was destroyed by Louis XIV in 1695. The original staircase still remains, but the patio wing is much more modern. The hotel is divided into a classic, a patio and a garden area. The Classic area of the hotel consists entirely of suites, and they do not disappoint. Original fireplaces, intimate terraces with spectacular views and, of course, four-poster beds.

The hotel is geared towards business travellers, but is still a beautiful hotel suitable for a weekend getaway. That said, the services are efficient: There is a bar, a fitness and wellness centre with an infrared sauna, but no restaurant. There are so many places to eat in Brussels that it is not essential, but this hotel is still an excellent place where you will have a wonderful stay with your companion.

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