BRUSSELS SPECIAL VENUES ARE ACCESSIBLE TO ALL!
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR AN EVENT SPACE TO RENT IN BRUSSELS?
If you want to ensure the success of your future event in Brussels, don’t opt for just any nondescript venue, make your choice directly from among 300 exceptional sites. Brussels Special Venues is there to help you look, whether it is for a small group of ten people, or a private event for 100 people, or a grandiose affair for 20,000 participants.
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Inclusion is one of the core values of our Brussels Special Venues. For persons with disabilities, inclusion means designing an event that is free of barriers so that they can participate fully. Did you know that close that 90 % of Brussels Special Venues are offering well-equipped facilities, meeting specific requirements for disabled delegates?
Moreover, in 2021, the following 9 Brussels Special Venues have been certified by Access-i. This NPO has the mission of promoting information on the accessibility of goods and services to persons with special needs.
Click on the links below to access the information sheet for each certified location.
An Access-i contains 7 boxes each representing a category of persons with special needs. The accessibility level of a space open to the public is determined for each of these categories. On the Access-i site, you will find reliable and objective information regarding the accessibility level of these venues.
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We are excited to announce that our venue “Dome Eventhall” has been through a remodel! With brand new led screens, an amazing desk to welcome your guests and beautiful mirror pillars that are almost invisible, Dome Eventhall is ready to welcome your corporate events 😍. We can’t wait for you to see the new and […]Read more
BRUSSELS SPECIAL VENUES JOINS THE EVENT CONFEDERATION
Copy of the Event Confederation Press Release, September 2021 The event sector is working on its future. With Brussels Special Venues, the EVENT Confederation proposes a new member as an additional association within the confederation and at the same time proposes its new director. Hugo Slimbrouck leads the EVENT Confederation since September 1, promoting the […]Read more