Handpicked Hotels in Belgium
In Belgium, enjoying life means going out for dinner. In our collection, you will find some of the best gourmet hotel in Belgium
Hofke van Bazel
Bazel is a picturesque village in the countryside along the river Scheldt, where open polder with beautiful panoramas provides the scenery for long walks or bike rides. On the medieval Church Square – one of the most beautiful in Flanders – is Hofke van Bazel. The romantic interiors make the luxury suites ideal for private dining. Each suite, designed by the hostess herself, offers something unique: a private terrace or a view of the lovely garden, where you can relax in the summer. Dining at Hofke van Bazel is always pure indulgence, thanks to the huge vegetable garden, the seasonal fare and the passion for culinary excellence. Outstanding classic cuisine is served with a modern touch and special emphasis on ‘100 percent green gastronomy’.
La Butte aux Bois
In the middle of National Park Hoge Kempen’s lush greenery, lies La Butte aux Bois. Originally built for Sir Lagasse de Locht in 1924, it was converted into a modern hotel almost 60 years later. The spacious and fashionable guest rooms are located in the Manor, the opposite Villa or in La Forêt. The ambience is of a large French Estate, with magnificent gardens and terrace. La Butte aux Bois’ unique location with many amenities create a relaxing atmosphere. Enjoy the new state-of-the-art 1,350 sq.m. The Wellness Area includes Spa, fitness and Health & Beauty. The spa garden merges beautifully into National Park De Hoge Kempen’s landscape.
Espace Medissey / l'Eau Vive
In the green heart of the Belgian Ardennes, you will find hotel Espace Medissey, in the tiny hamlet of Bois de Villers. The five guest rooms in this modern villa are luxurious and are well appointed, including mood lighting in all rooms for your convenience. The large garden has a heated swimming pool. Inside is a fitness area with cardio equipment and a full-size pool table. Weather permitting you can have breakfast on the terrace and enjoy the beautiful view of the Maas valley. Enjoy fine dining in two-star restaurant l’Eau Vive, situated in an old 17th-century watermill only five minutes from the hotel. To complete the culinary experience, you can also head for Le Comptoir (brasserie, bar, wine cellar), 20 minutes by car from L’Eau Vive.
Hotel de Orangerie
Hotel de Orangerie fully embraces the look and spirit of historic Bruges, the romantic hot spot of choice. The compact city is a treasure trove of valuable estates within a small area that can easily be crossed on foot or by bicycle. In 2000 UNESCO declared the entire inner-city to be a world heritage site, a rarity in Europe. Located in a former convent that dates from the 15th century, De Orangerie is a hotel where history, romance and modern luxury become one. A tempting combination of antiquities, opulent furnishings and perfect care. The salon with its open fireplace is reminiscent of an old English manor. The hotel overlooks the enchanting rei (canal) Den Dijver.
De Haan, also called Le Coq sur Mer, is a charming, old-fashioned seaside resort with beautiful belle-époque villas, pleasant restaurants and the well-known over 100-year old Royal Ostende Golf Club. The beaches of de Haan are genuine family beaches with colourful beach huts. Duinhof is situated at the edge of this lovely coastal village. Duinhof is an attractive small-scale country house hotel where English ambiance meets Flemish Hospitality. All rooms are furnished with antique furniture and king-size beds. The English style furnishings immediately catch the eye. Each room has a private terrace with a view of the larger gardens and the heated swimming pool.
Hotel Stiemerheide is uniquely situated in the Limburg Kempen, bordering on the Maasland. The hotel was built in the late 80s in an English cottage style. This charming hotel is one of the most important gateways to the Hoge Kempen National Park. The cottage-style hotel is strategically located at the 18th hole of Spiegelven Golf Club, which is situated on the grounds of the hotel. The golf course surrounds a lake known to locals as ‘the mirror of heaven’. Each hole has a character of its own, and the unforgettably picturesque views in this hilly natural landscape of woods, heathland and water are so varied that you’ll never tire of playing on this challenging course.
Hotel Le Val d'Amblève
Le Val d’Amblève is located at the edge of Stavelot, one of the oldest cities in Belgium in the heart of the forests of Liège’s Ardennes. The guest rooms are located in the stylish main building, the modern annexe and Le Jardin des Princes. The large picture windows offer beautiful views over the rolling hills surrounding the hotel. The hotel has a sauna and Turkish bath with a panorama roof terrace. Dutch couple Ruud and Marion Roxs oversee Le Val d’Amblève. The chefs are Laurent Léveillé & Lassad Benyaala. The classic French-Belgian menu is exquisite, light and contemporary. The dining room is in the sun room. The stylish romantic interior offers beautiful views over the parkland garden, both in the evening and during the day.
Hippocampus was built around the 1900s and was for decades occupied by the managers of a local factory. In 1992, the current host and chef, Francis Scheyvaerts, bought the villa – located between Eindhoven and Antwerp – and transformed it into a gorgeous manor. He first opened a restaurant with the emphasis on refined dining. The furnishing of the restaurant and the rooms betray an English influence. This contributes to the friendly atmosphere in the former management villa. The jolly and likeable host also plays a defining role. The rooms, named after desserts, have all the creature comforts of home and are furnished partly with art-deco furniture. On cold, wintry days the bar/lounge is the place to be to really relax next to the crackling wood fire.
Le Cor de Chasse
In the forested hills and valleys of the Ourthe and Aisne region lies the authentic village Wéris. Here you will find Le Cor de Chasse, a veritable family hotel in a manor farm from 1681. The interior is contemporary, luxurious and in harmony with the history of the building. The standard rooms are located in the former sheep barn, the suites with private terrace are in the central wing. Modern cuisine is at the heart of the one-star restaurant. The dishes are seasonal and have a signature touch that is both personal and pleasantly surprising. Dining is a true voyage of discovery!
L'air du temps
Chef Sang-Hoon Degeimbre is a true cosmopolitan. He was born in Korea, studied pharmacy, Latin and Greek in Belgium and then became a sommelier and Star Chef. He knows how to distinguish flavours like no other. All this led to his apotheosis: L’Air du temps. Located in a beautiful white farmstead built around a square courtyard in the fields of Liernu you will find this two Michelin starred restaurant with 11 bedrooms. Not only does the restaurant have two stars but was also awarded a green Michelin star. Taste, technique, an excellent sense of style and knowledge of outstanding regional produce make L’Air du temps what it is today: a temple of taste. The restaurant is an architectural tour de force, with wood and glass as the prevailing theme. The panoramic view of the garden brings nature to your table.
La Fabrique du Pré Maho
Chef Maxime Collard, of La Table de Maxime, opened his second hotel in his native village Our, in the Belgian Ardennes. The modern five storey building is constructed against a hillside. An architectural masterpiece, full of modern subtleties. Its roof is covered in solar panels and the building’s timbered exterior, providing excellent insulation, ages beautifully with time from a rosy orange to a silver grey. The hotel was christened ‘La Fabrique du Pré Maho’, meaning The Factory on Mr. Maho’s Field. The sturdy interior features unpolished wood in the rooms and slate tiles in the bathrooms.
La Table de Maxime Hôtel & Restaurant
Nestled in the heart of the Belgian Ardennes lies the hamlet Our, taking its name from the little river that flows through it. The village has only some 30 granite houses and the two small hotels of Maxime Collard. La Table de Maxime is in a renovated manor house. The modern interior combines authentic details harmoniously resulting in a superb balance between classic and modern. A stone’s-throw from La Table de Maxime is Maxime’s other hotel – La Fabrique du pré Maho (the factory on Mr. Maho’s meadow). The modern five-storey building has four rooms built into the hill.
On the shores of the river Maas in Limburg lies the idyllic village of Dilsen-Stokkem. Alex and Marianne Clevers renovated old chaplain’s residence, built in 1734, to make their dream come true in transforming it into a restaurant and hotel. Meticulously restored, the building’s history was fully preserved, including the age-old mantelpieces and vaulted ceilings. At the rear of the restaurant you will find Vivendum's terrace which has been awarded as the most beautiful terrace in Belgium by Gault & Millau.
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