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SUMMER OFFER

 

THIRD NIGHT COMPLIMENTARY


Stay 2 consecutive nights in Superior, Club or Suite rooms and the third night is complimentary!

 

ffer valid from July 14th to August 24th 2014

 

RESERVATION

 

COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST


Enjoy complimentary breakfasts for any stay of 2 nights or more in Superior, Club or Suite rooms

 

Offer valid from July 14th to August 24th 2014

 

RESERVATION

BRUSSELS FROM 9HOTEL CENTRAL

 

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Saints Michael and Gudula Cathedral

Place Sainte-Gudule - Tel. +32 (0)2 217 83 45

2 minutesGoogle map location link

Baroque, Gothic, the novel ... Cathedral plays with styles and eras. On each side of the impressive nave, twelve apostles lean against its columns can be seen. Looking up, you can discover the masterpiece: the windows of the sixteenth century. It is also the theater of major events in the kingdom since the fourteenth century. In the twentieth century, we celebrated the marriages of princes' Philippe, Albert and King Baudouin.

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© Maison de la bande dessinée

House of comics

1 boulevard de l’Impératrice – Tel. +32 (0)2 502 94 68

3 minutesGoogle map location link

Celebrating the greatest masters of the Belgian school of comics (Marcinelle), this place offers permanent and temporary exhibitions of famous comic heroes. One can also find a gallery and a library.

www.jije.org

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The Belgian Center of the Comics

Rue des Sables, 20 – Tel. +32 (0)2 219 19 80

9 minutesGoogle map location link

A must-see museum for all admirers of comics. Located in the majestic setting of an Art temple signed Victor Horta (1906), the center is the kingdom of the most famous heroes of the Belgian comics like Tintin , the Smurfs , Lucky Luke, Gaston Lagaffe, Blake, Mortimer and Marsupilami. Upon entering, one is greeted by the destination moon's rocket and the red 2cv of Billy and Buddy. The Belgian Comic center brings together more than 4000 m². Food lovers will finally enjoy their lunch at the Horta's Brewery.

www.cbbd.be

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The Royales Galeries Saint-Hubert

Rue de l’Ecuyer

5 minutesGoogle map location link

The Royales Galeries Saint -Hubert are the oldest and most prestigious shopping malls in Europe. They are home to fifty boutiques in its three galleries: gallery of the King, the Queen's Gallery and the Gallery of Princes. They offer a selection of "chic and luxury” addresses. The nearby Bortier gallery became the temple of lovers of old books.

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Belvue Museum

Place des Palais 7 – Tel : +32 (0) 70 22 04 92

7 minutesGoogle map location link

This beautiful eighteenth century mansion, once home of the illustrious members of the royal family, now houses a fascinating museum about the history of Belgium from 1830 to the present day. The museum also provides access to Coudenberg archaeological site, an underground journey to discover the remains of the palace of Charles V.

www.belvue.be

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Le Passage Verdeau

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Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

Rue de la Régence 3 – Tel : +32 (0)2 508 32 11

8 minutesGoogle map location link

The museum complex includes among others the Museum of Ancient Art (fifteenth - eighteenth century), the Museum of Modern Art (XIX - XX century ), and since 2009 the Magritte Museum. Very complete, it helps to get an idea of the wealth of artistic movements (painting, sculpture) in Belgium since the fifteenth century.

www.fine-arts-museum.be

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Magritte Museum

Rue de la régence 3 – Tel : +32 (0)2 508 32 11

8 minutesGoogle map location link

The museum has the largest collection of Belgian surrealist painter. 2500 m2 of exhibition space for 200 works. We discover unknown paintings and unexpected styles. The Magritte Museum is THE world reference center for knowledge of the artist and include a research center that makes available the records relating to the life and work of the painter.

www.musee-magritte-museum.be

 

Magritte Shop

1 place Royale – Tel: + 32 (0)2 508 32 11

La boutique du musée René Magritte propose livres, affiches et cartes postales mais aussi une série d’objets déclinant l’œuvre du peintre belge.

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The Bozar

Rue Ravenstein, 23 - Tel. + 32 (0)2 507 82 00

4 minutesGoogle map location link

Founded in 1928 by Victor Horta, the Palace of Fine Arts is a place of life. The Museum of Fine Arts juggles art through exhibitions, lectures, film sessions, music events and the theater. The magic of the place is as much about the quality of programming that impressive decor.

www.bozar.be

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© La Librairie Musicale

The Music library

rue Ravenstein, 28 (in front of BOZAR) – Tel. +32 (0)2 512 33 10

3 minutesGoogle map location link

La Librairie Musicale située au cœur de Bruxelles depuis 30 ans, propose un service répondant aux exigences de tous : professionnels, enseignants, étudiants, musiciens amateurs. Elle offre un choix très large de partitions de musique, solfèges et méthodes, papier à musique, accessoires divers.

www.lalibrairiemusicale.be

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© Cinematek (Musée du Cinéma)

Cinématek

Rue Baron-Horta, 9

5 minutesGoogle map location link

Founded in 1938, the Royal Cinematheque is one of the richest in Europe with more than 100,000 copies of films, from all the countries. The museum is composed of two parts : a permanent exhibition space dedicated to the prehistory of cinema and other for projections. During the screenings, the films are accompanied by piano. Discover also a small museum on the history of cinema.

www.cinematek.be

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The MIM, Museum of Musical Instruments

Rue Montagne-de-la-cour, 2 - Tél. : + 32 (0)2 545 01 30

6 minutesGoogle map location link

Masterpiece of Paul Siantenoy, the Old England building, entirely in iron and wrought iron with friezes of pottery, houses the Museum of Musical Instruments. MIM exhibits over 7000 instruments, one of the richest collections in the world. 4-storey exhibition, surrounded by illustrations, text panels, and a sound system, the MIM also has a concert hall, a space for workshops, a museum shop, a specialized library and a restaurant with panoramic views of the historic center of Brussels.

www.mim.be

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Le Passage Verdeau

© Philippe De Gobert

Centrale for contemporary art

Place Saint Catherine, 44 - Tel. +32 (0)2 279 64 44/52

12 minutesGoogle map location link

La première centrale électrique de la ville, construite au début du XXème siècle, est devenue en 2006 un centre dédié aux arts visuels et aux arts appliqués. Un lieu vivant et largement ouvert à tout public, connu pour sa programmation riche et éclectique.

www.centrale-art.be

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Antique district and flea market

Place du Jeu de Balle, Marolles and Sablons district

18 minutesGoogle map location link

Sablon and Marolles are famous for their antique and vintage shops. Between the High Street and Blaes, the old typical Brussels popular area is internationally renowned for its shops with antiques and daily flea market. Small lively streets full of unusual and eclectic shops. This is the realm of antiques and decoration. The specialty of the flea market in Place du Jeu de Balle , is the " 3brol ": these worthless objects and ageless.
The Market Place du Jeu de Balle is open daily, year round, from 6am to 2pm and on weekends until 3pm.

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Le Passage Verdeau

© Vanhaerents Art Collection

The Vanhaerents Art Collection

Rue Anneessens, 29 – Tel. +32 (0) 2 511 50 77

17 minutesGoogle map location link

The Vanhaerents Art Collection is a collection of contemporary art located in a former industrial building in Brussels Dansaert . An incredible private contemporary art that rivals some of the biggest international museums collection.

www.vanhaerentsartcollection.com

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Manneken-Pis

Rue de l’Etuve, 46

9 minutesGoogle map location link

A few steps from the Grand Place, Manneken Pis, the symbol of the rebellious spirit and «zwanzeur» of Brussels, awaits you. This little bronze guy " Manneken " dialect brusseleer, busy , became the symbol of a city. And do not miss his female counterpart , the Jeanneke Pis, a few steps away.

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Brussels Park

Access : rue Royale, rue de la Loi, rue Ducale, place des Palais

5 minutesGoogle map location link

The most popular park in the city center is Brussels Park, where we come for lunch, jogging or walking. Surrounded by the Royal Palace, the Rue Ducale, the Palace of the Nation and the Rue Royale, Brussels Park has some particularities: the bandstand, statues, fountains and outdoor shows.

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Garden of the Mont des Arts

Access : boulevard de l'Empereur, rue Ravenstein

5 minutesGoogle map location link

A fountain 9 steles form the focal point of the site. The flights of stairs that lead to the garden are adorned with reliefs by Oscar Jespers, Charles Leplae and Rik Poot. Rows of trees lead to the equestrian statue of Albert I located below. On the right, water fountain and a small playground for children. All around are the garden is the old town and the Royal Albert I Library.

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CHOCOLATS AND SWEETS

 

What would be a visit to Brussels without a stop at a chocolate shop?
Here is the list of the most attractive as well as a famous traditional chocolate and biscuit shops:

 

Le Passage Verdeau

© Laurent Gerbaud

Laurent Gerbaud 

Rue Ravenstein, 2D - Tel +32 (0)2 511 57 02

4 minutesGoogle map location link

This outstanding chocolate shop is a bright shop in front of Bozar, a few steps from CENTRAL 9HOTEL. We discover treasures like these chocolates covered with fruits or the chocolate truffles and speculoos. Passionate about travel, the artisan specialized in mixing flavors from here and elsewhere: Piedmont hazelnuts , figs of Izmir , oranges of Shanghai... perfect blend of fruits, spices and chocolate with cocoa beans come from Madagascar and Ecuador .

www.chocolatsgerbaud.be

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Corné Port Royal

Galerie de la Reine, 5 - Tel. + 32 (0)2 213 62 22

6 minutesGoogle map location link

Since 1932 , the range of chocolates Corné Port- Royal is manufactured in accordance with the tradition by 50 artisans faithful to selected recipes. Corné Port- Royal uses raw materials of high quality to continue the tradition.

www.corneportroyal.com

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Nehaus 

Galerie de la Reine, 25 - Tel. + 32 (0) 2 512 63 49

5 minutesGoogle map location link

Founded in 1857, the family Neuhaus invented the praline and ballotin. The assortment Neuhaus is composed of a large variety of shapes, colors and flavors. Each praline has its own identity.

www.neuhauschocolates.com

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Pierre Marcolini

Rue des Minimes, 1 - Tel. +32 (0)2 514 12 06

9 minutesGoogle map location link

Belgian chocolates of high quality made under all imaginable tastes. Chic boutique and the temple of chocolates.

www.marcolini.be

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© Godiva

Godiva

Place du Grand Sablon, 47-48 – Tel +32 (0)2 502 99 06

9 minutesGoogle map location link

When Pierre Draps created his first chocolates in Brussels in 1926, he established the foundations of refinement , innovation , purity and passion that still animate this chocolatier.

www.godiva.be

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Wittamer

Place du Grand Sablon, 13 – Tel +32 (0)2 546 11 11

10 minutesGoogle map location link

A family home where four successive generations of bakers and chocolate makers lived. You can enjoy Wittamer pastries on the first floor of his shop of Sablon.

www.wittamer.com

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Patrick Roger 

Place du Grand Sablon, 43 – Tel. +32 (0)2 514 70 46

9 minutesGoogle map location link

Best worker in France chocolate. Sculptor, Patrick Roger uses the chocolate as a raw material which he transforms into giant pieces of 80 kgs or candies wrapped in 1 meter long boxes.

www.patrickroger.com

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Biscuiterie Dandoy

Rue au Beurre, 31 – Tel. +32 (0)2 511 03 26

8 minutesGoogle map location link

This family biscuit shop was created in 1829. This house located at the rue au Beurre, with retro-style decor offers the same traditional recipes since its foundation. Its flagship products not to be missed are the speculoos biscuits, the waffles, the Greek bread and the almond bread.

www.maisondandoy.com

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