The property opens onto a bright and spacious living room composed of two parts: a relaxation area furnished with two sofas to sit and watch TV, a study corner with desk, bookcase and terrace overlooking Rue Claus, and a dining area with a table for up to 6 people, a dresser and an adjoined kitchen. This is fully equipped and extremely modern, with dishwasher, induction cooktop, extractor hood, oven and microwave, fridge and freezer, set of table- and kitchenware.
The night area, separated by a corridor where you find a hallway/wardrobe, is composed of two bedrooms: the bigger one -overlooking the internal part of the building- is furnished with a wardrobe, a double bed and two additional single folding beds. The smaller one, with views of Rue Claus, comes with a spacious wardrobe and a double bed. The bathroom, which is located between the two bedrooms, is fitted with basin, shower stall, washing machine and dryer. There is a separate toilet.
NB: The apartment is designed for 4 people; one or two more guests might be accommodated using the folding beds in the master bedroom.
Pick up ServiceIf you would be interested, we can offer you the following pick-up + check-in/out services:- euro 45 from/to Airport Brussels International- euro 90 from/to Airport Charleroi.IMPORTANT: this extra service always includes the checks-in/out without any extra costs at any time and day!For more info, please contact our Staff.
Area The apartment is located in a quiet and residential area in the Ixelles district, close to the Bois de la Cambre, a big park opened back in 1861, steps from Avenue Louise: it comprises a small island and a lovely lake. In the vicinity you also find the Cambre Abbey, a marvellous Cistercian abbey founded in 1196 and then fully reconstructed during the XVIII century.
In the area you find the Université Libre de Bruxelles, the Brussels School of Economics and Management and the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, a Dutch-speaking university comprising three different campuses (Etterbeek, Jette and Kaai).
The district benefits from being very close to Avenue Louise, a long avenue filled to the brink with shops, restaurants and clubs, the Rue de Chatelain, one of the most trendy districts in Brussels, and the Horta Museum, an elegant Art Nouveau building dedicated to the life and works of the Belgian architect Victor Horta, comprised into the UNESCO heritage list.
Public transports The area is well served by public transports (tram lines 94 to Louise subway stop, 93 and 7; bus lines 36, 136 and 137).
Parking Garage is available with extra price (10€/day and 150€/month).