Nothing is more exciting than having a party to look forward to. And there are a million reasons to host a party, especially in a marvellous city like Brussels.
So here’s the deal, you come up with a reason to throw one, and we’ll come up with the perfect venue for you to pull it off.
To that end, to help you along your way, we’ve put together this guide to stunning party halls in Brussels.
We’ve got everything from vast industrial halls to historic chateaus, something for everyone and everything. Now let’s get to it!
1. Party Hall in Brussels With Special Terrace and Foyer
So here we go! Our first party hall in Brussels is this special venue with a unique terrace and foyer.
It’s got a subtle steampunk vibe, with arched steel roof beams, drop-down candle-style lighting, and a stripped-effect wooden wall.
It’s located in the vibrant area of Saint Gilles and comes with breakout rooms, flipcharts, music equipment, a projector, wheelchair access, high-speed WiFi, and excellent AV equipment. And finally, it has a standing capacity of 740.
2. Classical Party Hall in Brussels With Modernist Glass Ceiling
Here we have the sublime juxtaposition of classical architecture and contemporary design, located in the very heart of the city.
The party venue is a tall and beautiful example of neo-classical architecture, and the fabulous contemporary glass-house fixture defines the interior.
What’s more, you’ll have some first-class Flemish cuisine, a private bar, versatile furniture arrangements, excellent AV equipment, and a total capacity of 419 people.
3. Vehicle Themed Party Venue in Brussels
Here we have an entirely unique party venue in Brussels. It’s a vehicle themed event space, a bright and charming tribute to all things motorsport.
This dynamic venue is laden with fantastic motorsport memorabilia, from real Formula 1 cars, motorbikes, racing helmets, model cars, books, maps, vintage photography, tyres, and more!
You’ll be able to host up to 200 people here, and it comes with a private meeting room, a balcony space, projectors, sound equipment, wheelchair access, a kitchen, and excellent WiFi.
4. Magical 14th-Century Party Hall in Brussels
Up next, we have this magical 14th-century party hall in Brussels. It’s a historic chateau just south of the city and is interestingly a functioning brewery!
You’ll be surrounded by marvellous nature, in an idyllic slice of rural life for those that want a short and convenient break from the city. The building itself is an authentic and rustic space of old brickwork and wooden fixtures, making for a sincere nostalgic experience.
Your party here will have a private bar, splendid catering, versatile furniture arrangements, a kitchen, music equipment, a projector, wheelchair access, and high-speed WiFi.
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5. Classical Party Hall in Brussels
If you’ve got a penchant for period dramas, then fulfil your Downton Abbey-esque fantasies with this classical party hall in Brussels.
This venue is an authentic piece of 18th-century history. The ceilings are high like the finest buildings of old, and the white chandeliers are incredibly luxurious. So too is the wooding parquet flooring. Plus, the wall mouldings are all original, and the gold leaf is regal.
Your party here will have a total capacity of 400 people, music equipment, a projector, and high-speed WiFi.
6. Unique Party Venue in Brussels in Baroque Chapel
Alas, we’ve reached our final party venue in Brussels for today. A historic Baroque chapel, in the centre of the city.
This ancient space has tall rustic stones walls encased in modern steel and glass renovations. It has breakout rooms, professional lighting arrangements, and versatile furniture layouts.
What’s more, you’ll have music equipment, a projector, and excellent WiFi. And finally, you’ll have a space of 250m2, allowing for a capacity of 400 people in a standing event and a theatre capacity of 180 people.
And that’s a wrap today with our stunning party halls in Brussels. If you’re hungry for more after-work rooms in Brussels, just follow this handy link to the rest of our collection!
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