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One of the most beautiful views of Brussels just for you and your guests…
Get ready to see far !
Until recently, Palais 5 was hosting the 99th edition of the Salon de l’Auto (Motor Show), very different from the previous ones. For the occasion, a TV studio was installed on the Rooftop 99, with one of the most beautiful views of Brussels, if not of Belgium. A place particularly precious and surprising.
In February, this utterly unusual place becomes Rooftop 99 by Brussels Foodie. The space opens its doors for only a month, to offer you an unforgettable and unthinkable experience. Privatizing the roof of Palais 5, a dream coming true, to enjoy the place, its staggering height and its breathtaking view on THE most symbolic monument in Belgium, the Atomium.
Loated in the heart of Europe, Rooftop 99 by Brussels Foodie welcomes you for a spectacular lunch, a unique gathering or any other event. An exceptional opportunity to delight your guests and make them live an outstanding moment.
This extraordinary opportunity shall be seized promptly, just before this original rooftop takes a surprising turn, accessible to the general public from March…
To get in touch with RoofTop 99, click here !
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