Juliana Hotel Brussels
This listed ‘demeure’, which once housed apartments and some private residences, was redesigned to offer large common areas in the basement and ground floor, and spacious and personalized rooms on the three floors of the building.
The Juliana Hotel Brussels is characterized through its talented decoration, designed by the Italian designer, Eugenio Manzoni. Between neo-classical art, contemporary colors, exclusive wallpapers, and mosaic works. Everything comes in refinement and eclecticism.
Each space of the hotel is adorned with one-of-a-kind sculptures, paintings or ornaments from the private collection of the owner, Eric Cléton. The classical trend of the last century is revealed by fine inspirations of Hermès, Michelangelo, Versace, Le Corbusier, Starck.
For well-being, the swimming pool and its complementary sports facilities are located in the beautiful basement and reserved for residents. There is a cardio fitness room, a sauna and a steam room. The decoration of the wellness lounge is iconic for its semi-precious Brazilian blue marble in the landing area or the ‘oversize’ Medusa around the pool. A decor of Murano glass mosaic murals inspired by Le Corbusier surround the relaxation area around the pool.
Many attentive hotel services are offered to residents. Valet parking, a concierge menu, including many discovery activities and visits, reservations for happenings, shows, dinners or unusual meeting locations. Supervised by a management team stemming from the luxury hotel industry, each employee, proud of its Juliana uniform, brings a personal touch to refine the attention of the service.
Food & Drink
The Juliana Restaurant can welcome 50 guests indoors and on its terrace, set on the Martyrs’ Square. The chef Rosa Caldarola proposes her signature cuisine inspired by Italy, flavors from here and elsewhere that are systematically seasonal and from the market.
The menu of the Juliana Restaurant will change every 4 months and the suggestions of the day will always be according to the firm will of the chef and made with fresh seasonal products. For vegetarians, vegans, allergic to one or the other product, the chef even pushes the visit to the dining room to inquire about specific requests and preferences.
In the morning, a “Juliana Signature” breakfast is served to the residents who will also appreciate the singular decorative elements.
The bar marks guests for its atmosphere, as it houses a sculpture of Theseus and the Minotaur, from Emanuele Luzzati, originally created for the cruise liner Stella Océanis. This famous artwork is brought to light by the orientalist walls and ceiling, dressed in orange-gold and copper bronze, produced in Florence, Italy. Leaving the lobby, the staircase up to the floors deserves a glance, to admire magnificent Belgian blue stone, accompanied by a rare and refined mosaic, themed on Michelangelo and Cleopatra, and a wrought iron railing inspired by ‘30s’ of Tony Duquette.
Spacious, cozy, or mansarded, each apartment has its own dimensions, a specificity of this demeure of 43 rooms and suites. The apartments occupy the three floors of the hotel accessed through the hushed corridors, adorned with Hermès motifs wallpapers.
Bedrooms are divided into six categories from 20 to 150m2, between charm and prestige, high ceiling or mansarded rooms. Each room is personalized by its cut, color, dimmed lights, artworks, fine mattresses and duvets of high quality. They also feature large screens, a SuitePad® ‘digital concierge’ and a view of the Martyrs’ Square or of the vertical courtyard of the Juliana.
Neo-classical noble house
- 37 rooms
- 6 suites
- Fine-dining restaurant
- Magnificent swimming pool, sauna and hammam area.
- Fitness center
- Free WiFI access
- Valet parking
You can book directly with hotel or take advantage of Tales Concierge. Best Available Rate is always guaranteed.
Amenities you get when booking with Tales Hotels Collection
- Early check in upon availability
- Late check out upon availability
Points of View
Staying in Brussels
If you think Brussels is a bureaucratic town, you are wrong.
There is a unique vibe in the air. Every corner seems to be a contemporary art gallery; the atmosphere is formal yet bizarre.
You have so many attractive museums and beautiful squares filled with cozy cafè and restaurants that you will be spoilt for choice.