Brussels (BE), Belgium
The spirit of the renovation focused on the maximum number of elements left from the original epoch being refined to reconstitute the cinemagraphic ambience of the 1930s decor. The room count remains the same at 51, and the emblematic elements of a ‘rendez-vous’ hotel have been conserved; a double lift, one to go upstairs, one to get downstairs, as not to see nor be seen, open bathrooms, and suggestive decoration such as mirrors bordering the bathtubs.
On the ground floor, a restaurant with a 50 seat capacity is open to guests and to the public. The restaurant of Le Berger is a collaboration with Vincenzo Marino from the famous restaurant Vini Divini next door. The hotel also has a bar with a handful of alcoves decorated as a nod to the hotel’s past history.
Inspired by the past of the hotel, the designer, Martina Nievergelt, wanted to infuse a little mystery tinged with eroticism; each room recalls the beauty and the history of Le Berger’s original era.
Hotel le Berger is a modern day haven; a little piece of the past in the midst of modern uproar. It has been designed to invite inside; to offer guests a stay at a hotel with an unsurpassable, mythic ambience paired artfully with all the modern comforts
The room count remains the same at 51, and the emblematic elements of a ‘rendez-vous’ hotel have been conserved; a double lift, one to go upstairs, one to get downstairs, as not to see nor be seen, open bathrooms, and suggestive decoration such as mirrors bordering the bathtubs.
On request free of charge
Free of charge
Location is smoke free
Exclusive of the room rate
diner, bar, kitchen, restaurant, breakfast
laundry, dry cleaner's, 24h reception, luggage storage
smoke free rooms, honeymoon suite, daily cleanig service, Daily cleaning services
english, other language, information about the city, information about sights, floorplan
non smoking accommodation, lift, WIFI, Breakfast
No parking available, paid parking walking distance