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Brussels and Wallonia

What are Choux waiting for?

Choux brussels

Additions have been made to the Choux de Bruxelles portfolio of venues in and around the Belgian capital

Yes, Choux de Bruxelles actually means ‘Brussels sprouts’. However, on the MICE scene it is not a food but an umbrella label of top-of-the-range locations, all regarded as jewels in the Brussels crown.
They are each of unique and authentic character and can be used exclusively, selected to be in the collection because they add prestige to any event and because of their quality of service and facilities.

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Venue for high flyers

Brussels atomium

Venue for high flyers

A gastronomic theme is the focus of much of Belgium’s corporate promotion this year. In Brussels it has the umbrella title of ‘Brusselicious’, whilst in the French-speaking regions, it is known as ‘Flavours of Wallonia’. Following from this, a venue has been introduced that transforms an ordinary meal into a magical moment that will leave a lasting impression on their guests!  

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Grand-Hornu is a grand venue

Grand-Hornu

Grand-Hornu is a grand venue

Grand-Hornu is home to two exceptional collections: ‘Grand-Hornu Images’, focused on images and design and MAC –the Museum of Contemporary Art. No surprise that the prestigious ‘Europalia Brazil’ organization chose Grand Hornu as the site for one of its unique exhibitions: Pearls of Liberty, a collection of historic and contemporary Afro-Brazilian jewellery.

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Pass from the coal-mining era

Pass exterior

Pass from the coal-mining era

By cleverly combining modern architecture with buildings dating back to the coal-mining era, the Pass has created an ideal and undeniably original venue for all kinds of events.
The Pass is an out-of-the-ordinary museum. The old colliery was restored and now houses 10 interactive exhibitions.

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Château du Mylord is at your service

Château du Mylord

Château du Mylord is at your service

The Hainaut Region is proud of many of its venues and the Château du Mylord is definitely one of them. For example, it houses the only 2-star Michelin restaurant in the region. Built in the 19thC by an English Lord, the house is a beautiful example of the typical Belle Époque style.

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