You can't miss the Hotel. It's the 24-story, white building on the Boulevard Waterloo, the location of Gucci, Armani, and similar boutiques, and the main high-end shopping street of Brussels. Once a Hilton, the hotel is now owned by the Swedish group Pandox AB and was completely renovated at the end of 2013. Its stylish and contemporary rooms are both well designed and practical, with excellent lighting that's easy to figure out and mirrors that swivel so that you get a back as well as front view. The décor is streamlined and classy, with lots of blacks, deep browns, white, and beige. Unless you suffer from vertigo, book one of the rooms on the top floors and go for a corner room with panoramic views on two sides. Every room has an extremely comfortable large bed, a built-in desk, a large sofa in front of the window with a circular table, and good throws on the bed. Bathrooms are concealed behind sliding glass panels so from the washbasin you can brush your teeth and admire the view. In the hotel restaurant, overlooking Egmont Park, the menu offers wildly different interpretations of dishes using the same nine basic ingredients. It's a method that's contributing a great deal to the restaurant's growing reputation.