Royal Palace of Brussels

The Royal Palace of Brussels is the official palace of the Belgian King and serves as the administrative center of the monarchy. Located in the heart of Brussels, Belgium, the neoclassical palace was originally built in the 18th century. While it is the official residence of the King for state functions, the royal family typically resides at the Royal Castle of Laeken.

The Royal Palace is open to the public during the summer months and features opulent reception rooms and impressive architecture.

Discover the Royal Palace of Brussels, an architectural marvel adjacent to the iconic Grand Place. Only a short 20-minute drive from our Gresham Belson Hotel or accessible via public transport, this regal landmark invites you to step into a world of opulence and grandeur.


Admire the neoclassical façade adorned with intricate details as you enter through its gates. Inside, marvel at the Throne Room’s soaring ceilings and the exquisite craftsmanship of the Royal Chapel’s stained-glass windows.

Explore the State Rooms, where priceless art and antique furnishings reflect Belgium’s royal heritage. Outside, the palace gardens offer a serene retreat amidst the city’s hustle and bustle.

Whether by car or public transit, a visit to the Royal Palace promises to transport you to a realm of elegance and history, where the grandeur of royalty awaits.

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