You will fall in love with our range of small spaces: from unusual and inspirational business and board meeting set-ups to cosy private dining rooms and very small but convivial bars that are perfect for small groups. Have a look at this rundown of small event rooms.
Heidi Martens, Office and PR Manager at Brussels Special Venues
Our collection of the most attractive small venues Brussels has to offer will surprise you
Put your small event on the map by choosing exactly the right venue
Organising a small event or special occasion for to 2–30 people that will exceed your guests’ expectations can be a challenge, but you will certainly find in our collection a wealth of unrivalled small event rooms to choose from, whatever the occasion.
So, forget large, inhospitable office spaces or hotel meeting rooms and find something suitable and really different among our venues!
We have a selection of luxurious and exclusive “boutique” event spaces for special, intimate occasions for just 2 guests, or slightly larger, but no less select, for up to 30 guests. Is there a premium to pay for such exclusivity and elegance? You will be surprised to find that some of the rooms are significantly cheaper than you expected.
Jean Vandamme, Brussels Special Venues President
Upside Down Library | The EGG Brussels
Salon | La Tricoterie
Living | Maison de la Poste
Convention 1 | Event Lounge
La Grande Rotonde | Africa Museum
Club Room | Résidence Palace
Dashboard | W46 Event & Meeting Center
Curie | BLUEPOINT BRUSSELS
Prigogine | Atomium
Salon | Ancienne Belgique
Meeting Room | Autoworld
Casual event area | BIP
Studio Intime | BRONKS Brussels
Creative area | Quartier Papier
Antichamber | Concert Noble
Meeting Room | BEL
Borgendael | BELvue & Coudenberg
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