Called Craves, this new 59-room refuge, which includes the restaurant Le Conteur, has been completely redesigned by the famous London design studio Saar Zafrir, which signs here its first hotel project in Belgium. A layout designed to awaken the senses thanks to a dark and cozy aesthetic with an old-fashioned charm reminiscent of art-deco interiors.
This new Brussels hotel is a real luxury setting at less than 150 euros per night
We already knew the restaurant Le Conteur, extended since this summer by a boutique hotel, the Craves. Both enhanced by the international studio Saar Zafrir Design. The objective of this new address? Tickle all your senses… and more if you like without emptying our wallet.
For Craves, the brand new boutique hotel in Brussels with 59 rooms which includes the restaurant Le Conteur, Everland called on the famous London design studio Saar Zafrir, which signs here its first hotel project in Belgium. The layout of the hotel has been designed to awaken the senses. Guests are transported back in time, through a dark and opulent aesthetic, declined through the choice of furniture, materials and accessories with old-fashioned charm reminiscent of art-deco interiors.
Craves, the first hotel in Belgium by London designer Saar Zafrir, welcomes guests to a momentary, titillating stay in one of its 59 rather dark but enchanting rooms, designed to stir the senses.
This Monday, there will be a newcomer to the hotel landscape of the city of Brussels: the boutique hotel Craves opens its doors a stone’s throw from the Grand-Place. The style ? Boudoir chic with a touch of Art Deco – think velvet, dark colors and floral wallpapers. This new address offers 59 rooms and suites as well as a Middle Eastern-inspired restaurant, Le Conteur.