Welcome to Art de Séjour Bed And Breakfasts Hotel in Brussels !

You will be welcomed with a cup of coffee or tea, a soft drink or mineral water.

At check-in you will be asked to fill in a registration form and make a full payment for your stay.

You will be given a detailed receipt. If you require it, we can also provide you with an invoice to your company name and vat number.

You will also receive a map of Brussels and a list of recommended local restaurants.

Your host Mario will explain to you where the main landmarks are located and how to walk there.

We will assist you in every possible way to make sure that your stay is unforgettable and smooth.

Art de Séjour At A Glance


We guarantee all rooms to be ready by 15h (3pm) at the latest.


If you cannot arrive before 19h (7pm), please contact us to check if we can manage your late arrival.


Payment for your full stay is made at check-in.


If you cancel up to 15 days before your date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
If you cancel less than 15 days before your date of arrival, the first 2 nights + VAT will be charged.
In case of no-show, the total reservation nights + VAT will be charged.

Adults Only

Minimum check-in age for all guests is 15.
No babies or children younger than 15 can be checked in.

No Smoking

Non smoking applies to the whole hotel including bathrooms, balconies, and windows.

Tourist Tax

Tourist Tax (€4.24/room/night) is not included.




Discover our Saint-Jacques neighbourhood in the centre of Brussels

Saint-Jacques is the historical neighbourhood of the centre of Brussels.

It is organized around the Church of Bon Secours (150 meters / 160 yards from Art de Séjour B&B), that is the stage of Saint-Jacques de Compostela’s pilgrimage, from which it takes its name.

Saint-Jacques has preserved testimonials of the old city but also a tradition of crafts and local shops.

The Manneken Pis is located in Saint-Jacques (250 meters / 275 yards from Art de Séjour Bed & Breakfast) and represents Brussels quirky character.

The Place de la Vieille Halle aux Blés (400 meters / 450 yards for Art de Séjour B & B) that houses the old Corn Market is the top of the neighbourhood and makes the link with the Sablon neighbourhood.

Saint-Jacques is famous for its historical character. It retains its Brussels identity and it is not only for tourists.

The neighborhood is characterized by a relatively large collection of small, original, attractive, neat, and mostly affordable shops of design, clothing, gifts or food, as well as a large number of collector’s shops and art galleries.

Meeting point of the gay community, it offers shops of character, sharp and trendy products.

Saint-Jacques attracts an average of 16,000 visitors a day.

A short history of our home

Art de Séjour is located on the Porte Saint-Jacques, the south-west corner of the first walls of Brussels that were erected in the early 13th century.

The city was growing rapidly and in 1356, the constructions of the the second walls of Brussels were started.

The first walls were dismantled in the successive century.

Only a few remainder of the first walls exist today. For instance, the Tour de l’Angle, that is located 450 meters (475 yards) from Art de Séjour.

The river Zenne crosses the center of Brussels.

In the 19th century the river was covered and boulevards were built on top of it.

When you look at old maps you can see that the river Zenne was forming two small islands.

A large one at St-Gery and a small one where Art de Séjour stands today (see yellow star).