Architect Patrice Lemeret had the task of transforming two nineteenth-century houses into one fabulous hotel. Ready for its final curtain call the Tenbosch House is now open and offers you seven rooms and suites that can be booked all year from €250/$360 per night.
Located in the central quartier of Ixelles in Brussels, Belgium, this amazing hotel is built in the architectural style of eclectic Art Nouveau. Moreover, the designers, Michel Penneman and Catharina Eklof selected mid century Scandinavian furnishings to make the hotel “a place of serenity”.
The architect had one demand from the owners, and this was to create a place “small enough to care, yet spacious enough to give you freedom and calm”. Being passionate for the architectural heritage of the city he restored the building’s façade and returned stucco moldings, brass and woodwork to their original condition.
The rooms have white walls that emphasize the feeling of a bigger space, and the dark hardwood floors that set off the gorgeous furnishings. Every piece of furniture is well placed on each suite so that it fits with the concept of a unique home. Furthermore each room has lovely, great features, such as the fireplace, interesting light fixtures and luxurious carpets.
The Tenbosch House is a majestic hotel where you can relax and rejuvenate. With its indoor swimming pool and Swedish sauna this place is a sanctuary to retreat to.