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Style Belgian boutique noir
Setting Central city streets
Need to know
Rooms 60, including 25 suites.
Rates Double rooms from $155.34 (€113), excluding tax at 5 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of €6.00 per room per night on check-out.
More details Rates exclude breakfast (€20 a person).
Facilities Spa with sauna, hammam and massage salon, boutique shop, free WiFi throughout, valet parking. In rooms: flatscreen TV, minibar, Korres toiletries.
Check–out Midday. Later check-out (until 3pm) may be available.
Children Although the hotel is more suited to adults, over-fives are welcome, with extra beds at €50 a night. Babysitting can be arranged with advance notice. Be Manos’ staff can prepare children’s meals to order.
Eco‐friendly In addition to a comprehensive recycling policy and the use of chemical-free toiletries and detergents, the hotel’s kitchens make use of seasonal, local ingredients.
Also Some designated smoking rooms are available. Pets are welcome for €30 a day.
In the know
Our favourite rooms Size matters at Be Manos – every room is at least 30sqm, meaning that whatever you book, you’ll have oodles of feline-flinging space. We’re especially keen on the two rear-facing junior suites (412 and 512), which have their own terraces. Hotel room interiors are bold monochrome creations, with the slick black masculinity offset by softer touches such as suede fabrics and opaline glass ornaments.
Packing tips Brussels is a moist, strollable city, so comfortable shoes and an umbrella (preferably retro print) will see you right.
Also Look out for the wall-mounted designer Plexiglass apple-holders dotted around the hotel. No, really. And help yourself to an apple.
Food and drink at Be Manos
Hotel restaurant Gleaming monochrome and illuminated with shimmering, bubbly chandeliers, Be Lella cooks up a hearty and harmonious marriage of French and Belgian cuisine, with some excellent seafood and melt-in-the-maw Blanc-bleu Belge beef.
Dress code Paco Rabanne mini-dresses and op-art chic.
Top table Park yourselves on the curved white banquette on the corner table for some premium people watching.
Last orders The kitchen closes at 11pm.
Room service Meals and snacks are available in room between 7am and 11pm.
Hotel bar Both the lobby bar and the guests-only Black Lounge are dressed in Be Manos’ signature monochrome, hung with tinkling veils of silver disks that throw kaleidoscopic patterns on the walls. The Black Lounge leads out onto a timber-decked terrace.
Also worth knowing
Weddings This property is suitable for weddings. More details