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These after-work events might have to be earned, but oh wow, are they worth it. So here we are, a guide to after-work events in Brussels. And for anything else you might need, don’t hesitate to ask one of our experts!
The VenuesWhere to start with the after-work venues in Brussels, because the selection truly is eye-watering, well, first of all, we have more than 118 and counting, with capacities going up to 1,000 people!
And as for style, we’re pretty proud of our collection. We have castles and chateaus for those looking for a fairytale, and we have edgy and industrial for you plucky startups. Then we have cosmopolitan apartments, gentile gardens, quiet modernist wonders, and many surprises in-between.
If you have a firm idea of what you want, then our intuitive filter system will lead you straight to it. If you’re not sure what you’re looking for, speak to one of our local experts, and they’ll prepare a carefully curated selection for you to choose from.
And while we’re here, what about some concrete examples of our favourites? To show you we mean business, why not check out these 8 unbeatable terraces in Brussels. And for the elusive wow factor, you have to see these 9 unique reception venues in Brussels.
The Best Areas for After-Work EventSaint Gilles is a trendy inner-city neighbourhood sitting on the southern border of the city centre. It’s a vibrant area with museums, markets, and lots of stunning Art Nouveau buildings.
Stalingrad is what you’ve come to know and love about Brussels condensed into this charming central neighbourhood. Tintin murals, chocolate shops, quirky statues, it’s oh so endearing.
Dansaert is a neighbourhood on the western edge of the city centre. It’s historically Flemish (Dutch-speaking) and still maintains the subtle hallmarks of that legacy today. However, it’s primarily known for its international vibes, super music scene, cultural prowess, and fabulous gastronomical options.
How to Get AroundGetting around Brussels is made simple work thanks to the integrated public transport system ran by STIB. The best way to get around will be on the metro. They also have a train, tram, and bus service, which are also swell.
If you’re not expecting to make much use of their services, then it’s just best to pay for singles with a contactless payment as you go. If you think you’ll be travelling a lot, you can get a 1-day ticket for €7.50 and let you take unlimited rides around the city.
You might also be happy to know that Brussels is a very bike-friendly city. You can rent a Villo Bike for €7 per hour or €15 per day.
Going the Extra Mile for your After-Work Event in BrusselsFrom here on, it’s your party. If you want a quiet drink with your team, then that’s your prerogative. If you want to arrange something a bit more special, we have many ideas to help you out!
For a start, book a photographer, so forgetting is impossible. And more importantly, in regards to today’s world, you can use the photos for your social media! You can check out our guide to the 10 top photographers working in Brussels to pick one that’s perfect for you.
Then you’ll probably want some music. Because “without a song or a dance, what are we?” as ABBA famously sang. Check out Huur een Muzikant (Rent a Musician). They offer fantastic classical music as well as synthesised experimental stuff if you want a bit more edge. For any other kind of music, from jazz to dance music, then Fix the Music have you covered.
Another option for music and other forms of live entertainment is to ask our local experts. They love showing off their knowledge of the city and are very confident in their taste. You never know. They might just come good. And if you’d rather avoid the commotion of live music, you can always bring your own. Just check out our guide on how to make a playlist for your after-work party beforehand, though.
And what about catering? Good food could be the difference between happy guests and really happy guests. Thankfully you’ll find that most venues offer an in-house catering service. But say you want to impress your guests with something a little different, why not check out our guide to the best food trucks for hire in Brussels.
Where to StayBrussels has some marvellous places to stay for those coming from out of town or locals looking to treat themselves. To save yourself some time, you can see the best hotels in Brussels right here and just pick your favourite. Case closed.
Alternatively, you can view the rest of our hotel rooms in Brussels on our platform. We love the eclectic style we’ve amassed, from the classical to the contemporary. And most conveniently of all, you’ll find the majority of them are in great central locations.
FAQ for after-work Rooms in Brussels
Party planning can be stressful work. There is, of course, general event planning and sometimes even event marketing to contend with. If you’re feeling up to it, you can do it all in house. For starters, you can check out our ultimate guide to corporate event planning. Alternatively, our local experts can lend their experience in planning and marketing at your convenience or refer you to fellow industrial professionals.