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Brussels and Wallonia

Brussels will be Brusselicious throughout 2012

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Brussels will be Brusselicious throughout 2012

No matter when you take a group to Brussels in 2012, you will be sure to get the best possible taste of the city. It is holding a year-long festival under the title of ‘Brusselicious’. This will showcase best of Belgian cuisine from source to table.

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The Hotel is a very tall, very central Brussels hotel

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The Hotel is a very tall, very central Brussels hotel

The Hotel is a 27-storey recently renovated hotel in the Boulevard de Waterloo that has unrivalled views of Brussels. There are 433 rooms with free Wi-Fi, a coffee and tea-making facility and state-of-the-art in-room entertainment. The property is alongside the Parc d’Egmont, where guests can enjoy strolling or jogging.

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The Sandton is a very central city hideaway

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The Sandton is a very central city hideaway

The 4-star Sandton Hotel Brussels Centre has recently opened in the quiet Parochiaansstraat, close to the Gare Central (Central Station) and the impressive St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral. It is also near the Grand Place, the Houses of Parliament and the European Union offices.

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Aloft Brussels Schuman for convenient meetings

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Aloft Brussels Schuman for convenient meetings

The new Aloft Brussels Schuman is a 147-room hotel designed to suit most business and group budgets. It is convenient for the city centre and for the EU offices and has three well-equipped meeting rooms with free Wi-Fi. Called Tactic 1, Tactic 2 and Tactic 3, they are almost identical and each is able to seat 40 theatre style.

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The Egg aims to hatch into new ideas

The Egg aims to hatch into new ideas

Belgium is a supporter of the ideas expressed in Lisbon in 2000 that the future of the EU depends heavily on the rapid expansion of its knowledge-based economy. Following on from this Belgium believes that companies operating in the sector of cutting-edge knowhow should physically work in close proximity to each other, sparking ideas as a result of formal and informal networking.

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