Nelson Canal - Hotel
Very low energy hotel of 170 rooms
The site of the old Belle-Vue breweries is situated along the Brussels Canal, with a sober and powerful industrial architecture, a sort of border zone on the Brussels Canal.
It is the meeting point of the talent and inspiration behind the project: exceptional partners, Christophe d'Ansembourg and Nicolas de Bellefroid, a visionary architect, Sebastian Moreno and his team of the firm A2M, a brilliant constructor, Democo and a revolutionary hotelier, Meininger.
It will thus be a hotel, a low-cost budget hotel, very low-energy and green.
On 10.000 m²: 170 rooms, ranging from 2 to 8 beds, an exceptional energy performance and on the roof, a photovoltaic field of 360 panels generating 15% of the hotel's electricity.
It is a German group, Meininger, that will operate this hotel with a clientele that perfectly matches the very urban neighbourhood that surrounds it.
Young families, young backpackers, groups of all types and of all nationalities, but also grandparents with their grandchildren, a clientele that would not have come to Brussels were it not for an offer that suited these travellers’ budget and style.
This will be the first success story for the future Nelson Group.