Saint Michel is the Patron Saint of Brussels.
When standing on the Grand’ Place, you just need to lift your head to admire him on top of City Hall in heroic battle against the dragon. You can also turn your head toward the eponymous hotel. It offers excellent value for money and lets you stay right on the most famous square in the world.
The view on the square from the front rooms is exceptional. This more than compensates for the atmosphere of big nights which may set the beat of your dreams, particularly in the summer time... Don’t worry though; one o’clock in the morning is curfew time on the Grand’ Place. At sunrise, the morning light gives the scene an additional dimension and relief which are totally surrealistic.
The first merchants set up their stalls for the daily flower market and a few pigeons peck away at stray crumbs without a worry for the ringing steps of the first passersby on the ancient cobblestones. It’s going to be a beautiful day...