The 5 most decadent places in Brussels

1) Hotel Le Berger

Le Berger was once a discreet rendezvous hotel where couples could rent a small room for three hours of passion. Built in 1933, it had two lifts so that guests never saw one another. The hotel closed in 2009 and looked set for demolition, but was saved by the group behind the fashionable The White Hotel. It has now been tastefully restored to its original slightly risqué art deco style.

red room at Le Berger hotel

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