Luxurious clubs & bars in Brussels

Les Jeux d’Hiver

The elegant club concept Les Jeux d’Hiver was thought up by students from Brussels in 1988 and today still attracts chic society in modern dress to the old yacht club in the urban park Bois de la Cambre. The attractive location with a gravelled outdoor area under the stars is one of the coolest addresses in the Brussels night time scene and is located outside Brussels’ inner city. Guests dance to minimal electro and house in a relaxed mood in the stylish interior of Les Jeux d’Hiver and enjoy refreshing cocktails from the bar. A highly recommended restaurant also belongs to the club, which serves exclusive dishes to musical accompaniment.

Le Roy d’Espagne

In the heart of Brussels, right on the Grand Place with its historic buildings, Le Roy d’Espagne is situated in a 17th century building which was once the location of the local Baker’s Guild. Exuding tradition and dignity, this is a spot where guests can meet to enjoy a meal or a few drinks. Belgian dishes, international spirits and selected wines and champagnes can be found on the Le Roy d’Espagne menu. The name is dedicated to King Carlos II whose bust embellishes the facade of the building. The restaurant and bar give a homely yet spacious impression and are managed by Vincent Garcez and Alexandre Herinckx.

Sounds Jazz Club

The Sounds Jazz Club is one of the best in Belgium. With the music on offer, visitors feel as if they are in Chicago or New Orleans but find themselves instead in the community of Ixelles, which directly borders Brussels. Many international artists play here and contribute to the unique atmosphere of the club. The club was opened by Sergio Duvalloni and Rosy Merlini in 1986 and quickly turned into an insider tip for jazz fans and all fans of good music. Guests are given a culinary treat with principally Italian cuisine and with cocktails of the highest quality. The club is located in Rue de la Tulipe.