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Hotel Sofitel Brussels Le Louise

5.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

This Hotel is still very good but starts to get worn out from the interior & decoration side. Staff fantastic, beds are the best in the world. Bar and restaurant need firm upgrade or paint job. Roller-stair was out of order.

Hotel Sofitel Brussels Le Louise is a gorgeous hotel designed by Antoine Pinto, a famous Belgian well-known for his stylish, imaginative restaurants. It's called "Le Louise" because of the area around Avenue Louise. The façade says classic, however, the interior is decidedly modern with textures from the space age mixed with polished timber. There is a running theme of colours at Sofitel Brussels Le Louise, deep purples and ruby reds, from the seating area, right down to the lighting in the courtyard. It has a space age feel to it. Although it's the first week of autumn, flowers are still blooming prettily in the courtyard. The hotel is minutes away from a metro station, and walk a little further, you'll find yourself at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium and Magritte Museum. And any direction you go from Sofitel Brussels, there is always a cake or chocolate shop round the corner. Yum! We were invited to stay in the Sofitel Brussels's classic room for a couple of nights. The spacious room is beautiful and stylish, and did I mentioned, it comes with the comfiest king bed and softest pillows. It is always a good time when it's a Sofitel breakfast. I'm a fan of the Continental fare, which includes a wide range of buffet breakfast - cereals, yoghurt freshly baked patisserie (pan au chocolate is the bomb!), fruit juices, bacon and eggs. We were obsessed with the delicious. crispy bacon strips with waffles and sunny side up eggs. We told Quentin Giraud of Sofitel Brussels Le Louise, how amazing the bacon was, and he said the secret is to have it cooked twice. Yum! We had an amazing stay! The concierge at Sofitel Brussels Le Louise, Marciano, was extremely helpful and knowledgeable. We found out many local Belgian places to visit, which I'll be writing all about it soon :) Have a fab week all. Thank you popping by hehe. x m @hellomissmay - Instagram - travel journal

I've just spent a night in a junior suite at the Sofitel. The hotel is well located near avenue Louise. Accomodations are very comfortable and the staff is quite efficient and friendly. The bar bar is the place to be at cocktails time.

Extremely satisfied with our stay Friendly staff in the reception and a special thanks to Karima from the restaurant Looking forward to stay again at Sofitel Louise as it's our favorite destination in. Brussels

We really enjoyed our stay here, loved the location and the room was SO QUIET! You could not hear anything, I stay in a lot of hotels and this was probably the quietest I have ever experienced! Room was clean and bed was extremely comfortable. Macaroons and other snacks after we checked in, amazing praline chocolates on our pillows for turn down service and Hermes toiletries were all layered on touches. Had an outstanding dinner in the restaurant and a scrumptious continental breakfast in our room the next morning. On top of all of this, the staff was very professional and kind, we would absolutely love to have an opportunity to stay here again!

Never been to Belgium before but will definitely be coming back again and staying at the Sofitel again. It's in a really nice area of Brussels, just opposite Hermes and Chanel. 5 minute walk into the city centre. Also Uber's in Brussels are really cheap, so you're best off getting taxis everywhere if it's a bit of a walk.

The hotel was very clean and comfortable and in a good location. However we ate in the main restaurant one evening and was very disappointed. Example: Scallops 19 euros starter, 39euros main. The only difference was one scallop more with the main. All dishes had the same small boring veg,( starters and mains.) Really not worth eating.

Very nice hotel with very good location.Rooms were very good in size ,very clean and with very nice comfortable bed(Excellent beds).Breakfast was excellent with large good verities to chose from and with very good service. Hotel staff were also very good and helpful we needed.

This is a nice upscale hotel in the heart of Bruessels. Close to shops and dinner locations it's perfect for bueiness or a weekend stay. What I liked the most was the outdoor lounge which is perfect for lunch/dinner or evening drinks!

This is one of the best hotel bookings I have ever made! It was my husband’s birthday and our wedding anniversary, and I had one of those random thought processes that ended with “Why not Brussels?” The hotel is in a superb location in Sablon; close to the heart of the city and 10 minute’s taxi ride from Midi Station where we could catch the Eurostar back home. It is situated on Avenue De La Toison D'or, which is the only road I have seen with a Hermès opposite a Marks & Spencer and a Wok Express opposite Cartier! You will notice that the hotel décor is chic and slightly theatrical, with tributes to Magritte’s surrealism in places. It has a nice atmosphere and relaxing ambience. There is no doubt in my mind that the lifts (elevators) are padded to help those of us who eat too much cake to rest our stomachs against! We noticed that within 3 minutes’ walk (in any direction from the hotel), there is a cake or chocolate shop to entice us on our calorific journey. Within 10 minutes' walk from the hotel, we were on the rooftop of the Museum of Musical Instruments (MIM) taking photos over the city, another 5 minutes walk took us on a journey through the Gross Markt and its stunning guild houses. Brussels is easy to navigate but we did lose ourselves photographing the roads painted in cartoon murals, trawling through second-hand record shops, pointing at the Manneken Pis (the statue of the weeing boy) and going crazy in the Tintin Shop. But this review is not about Brussels although it is an unassumingly exciting city; this review is actually to highlight why this hotel is memorable – for the right reasons… I appreciate that it was our special weekend but I thank them for the surprise of a room upgrade. We have never been upgraded for anything in our lives so this was a wonderful start to our stay and a unique experience for us. When we reached our room and finally realised that the door was not faulty and that we had been swiping the door with a train card and not the hotel room card, we finally entered a very funky room with more storage space for clothes than we have at home! About 5 minutes later, there was a knock at the door – a chef stood there with a long plate stacked high with chocolates, cakes and macaroons which he gave to Lloyd with a hand-signed card from the team - "Joyeaux Anniversaire". This was a very heart-warming gesture; it was so unexpected and so thoughtful. Then, later that evening, we overdosed on MORE cake, courtesy of the warm and funny Maitre Dit (I wish I could remember his name) who spent time talking with us in-between attending to the other guests. A really lovely guy! We thank the team at Sofitel Le Louise for looking after us and making us feel special - especially Leonard, Agnès, Nicholas and Karim.

Room options

Superior Room, 1 King Bed, Garden View

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Luxury Room, 1 King Bed (High Floor)

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Classic Room, 2 Twin Beds (Stylish Decor)

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Suite, 1 King Bed, Garden View (Prestige)

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

88% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 2089 reviews