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Pillows Grand Hotel Place Rouppe

Pillows Grand Boutique Hotel Place Rouppe

Tucked inside a neo-classical building in a quiet elegant square, the Pillows Grand Boutique Hotel Place Rouppe offers a comfortable night’s sleep just ten minutes from Brussels’ historic district.

The hotel’s quirky contemporary decor makes the lobby and on-site restaurants into relaxed, home-like spaces, with warm parquet floors, a fireplace and soft, curved sofas and chairs. The service is professional but relaxed here, adding to the inviting atmosphere of this smaller hotel.

The rooms are simple and bright, with large windows and Pillows’ signature white bedding. Some rooms include French balconies and separate seating areas.

The Living-Resto & Winebar, the hotel’s restaurant, is open all day with lunch and dinner options, and stays open late into the night with a limited menu for night owls.

Our rating: Medium

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Rooms

The rooms are decorated in soft neutrals, with grey rugs and dark, smooth-lined furniture. The beds pop in bright white, with fluffy bedding that suits the hotel name. There are only 43 rooms and suites in three types: Luxury, Grand Luxury and the Pillows Suite. The Grand Luxury is somewhat larger than the Luxury, with French balconies and separate seating areas. The Pillows Suite has a larger sitting room and a bathroom, with a freestanding bathtub.

All rooms offer en suite bathrooms, air conditioning, Wi-Fi, Smart HDTV, Bluetooth and sound systems, minibars and espresso machines.

Location

The hotel is located in Place Rouppe, just a ten-minute walk from the historic district but in a quieter, more residential setting. The best-known statue in Belgium, Manneken Pis, is about three blocks away, and Brussels’ most popular sights are within a 15-minute walk, including the Royal Palace of Brussels and Brussels Park, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Belgium Jewish Museum and the Magritte Museum.

Food and drink

  • Buffet and á la carte breakfast options are served daily in the dining room.
  • The Living-Resto & Winebar is open 24 hours, serving lunch and dinner all day and a reduced overnight menu. Their menu combines dishes from Hong Kong with local Belgian ingredients. In addition, the bar offers a wide selection of wine, champagne, Belgian beer and cocktails.

Facilities and activities

  • Small fitness and spa area
  • Laundry service
  • Exterior terrace for drinks or dining
  • 24-hour room service

Accessibility

There is elevator access to all floors. Wheelchair-accessible rooms are available on request.

Our opinion

This intimate boutique hotel offers a convenient location to explore Brussels and spacious, comfortable rooms at good value.

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