In much more than name, Rocco Forte Hotels is the Forte family. At its head are Sir Rocco, his sister Olga and his three children. Behind it are four generations of Forte hoteliers. It is in every way a family business; a shared love evident. in every Rocco Forte hotel – each exuding the Forte’s innate Anglo-Italian style, sophistication and warmth.
Hotel Amigo – their iconic Brussels base – has all the hallmarks of a Rocco Forte hotel. Its team exhibit their signature tailor-made
service, whether entertaining a family in the Tintin Suite or catering to royalty on the Armand Blaton Suite’s rooftop terrace. Its design, by Olga Polizzi, blends a modern sensibility with an homage to the hotel’s home. An important art collection reflects the city’s creative scene; Flemish furnishings and chocolates honour its address.
Part of the city’s fabric for 500 years, the Amigo presides over Brussels’s charming cultural centre by the Grand Place. Windows
look up to the Hôtel de Ville’s spire, medieval cobbled streets below wind their way to the Mont des Arts or Le Sablon’s antiques, and locals wind their way here to take a seat at the Amigo’s much-loved Ristorante Bocconi – testament to its place as a pillar of its town.