ZOOM Hotel

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59 rue de la Concorde
1000 Bruxelles

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+32 (0)2 515 00 60

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Focus on the ZOOM and close-up on a hotel where glossy paper becomes welcoming. The passion for photography is instantly recognizable. You will meet the only receptionist/photographer (or photographer/receptionist, depending on your vantage point) able to talk for hours about traditional film photography and old Canons, about an era before digital cameras were all the rage.

[/vc_column_text][vc_separator type= »normal » color= »#ffffff » thickness= »1″ up= »10″ down= »20″][vc_column_text]The entrance of the hotel exhibits its “pretty faces”, unusual residents and historical monuments creating a fresco of 400 prints, produced by a participatory photography project.

The owners have succeeded in combining the comfort of a four star hotel with the eccentric vision of a contemporary one. The delightful shock of a warm and cozy bed that rubs shoulders with rough neon lighting.

Within walking distance from place Stéphanie, avenue Louise and Porte de Namur, the clients are a motley crew: shopping addicts and fashion victims live peacefully alongside curious and open-minded businesspeople.

On the ground floor, a Beer House has set up shop. About fifty rare and refined beers can be tasted, not least of them the Westvleteren, a globally popular Trappist beer that can only be purchased at the abbey.

A breakfast on the terrace

For 15€, a gourmet buffet is served in an open kitchen, much like your own – you even toast your own bread. A waltz of pastry, cheeses and colt cuts, jams, granola, cereal, eggs, fresh fruit and juices, muffins and Belgian waffles are waiting for you.[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space height= »20px »][vc_single_image image= »4441″ img_size= »large » qode_css_animation= » »][vc_empty_space height= »20px »][social_share_list][/vc_column][/vc_row]


Graphiste de formation (diplômée de La Cambre, section "Typographie & Design graphique"), webdesigner et entrepreneuse, ma carrière professionnelle se nourrit des projets digitaux insolites : Co-fondatrices Hopopup, Please Surprise Me, Co-auteure Magique Belgique et Magique Bruxelles