The central Brussels Hotel Espérance was designed by the famous architect, Léon Govaerts, in the 1930s and is a perfect example of Belgian Art-Déco architecture. Guests will appreciate the luxurious ambiance and the excellent situation in a peaceful side street in the city centre just a short distance from the main cultural sites and attractions such as the Grand Place, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Thanks to this great location, this central Brussels hotel is appropriate for corporate travellers on a business trip to Brussels and for those visiting the Belgium for a leisure break. The hotel is just a few steps from the Gare du Nord train station and is easily accessible from the European institutions and business districts. Moreover, the hotel is next to the Centre Belge de la Bande Dessinée comic museum. This prestigious hotel in central Brussels houses an historic tavern and offers free wireless Internet access.