Under the glass dome


Glass roofed covered walks are a tradition in European capitals and Galleries of the King and the Queen, in Brussels, are a wonderful example. The King’s Gallery hosts now a delicate Boutique hotel, transforming a 23 rooms building into a cozy house punctuated with Scandinavian colors and furniture. The hotel backs onto a restaurant Le Comptoir des Galeries, which offers a similar atmosphere, fresh and soft.

Les promenades couvertes sont une tradition des capitales européennes et les Galeries du Roi et de la Reine, à Bruxelles, en sont un magnifique exemple. La Galerie du Roi abrite désormais un Boutique hôtel tout délicat, qui transforme un bâtiment de 23 chambres en maison accueillante aux couleurs et meubles très scandinaves. L’hôtel est adossé à un restaurant Le Comptoir des Galeries, qui offre une atmosphère similaire, fraiche et douce.

Place/ Hôtel des Galeries, Brussels, Belgium

Architect(e)/ Fleur Delesalle & Camille Flammarion

Information/ we-heart

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