TripAdvisor Reviews Groenendaal Hotel Hoeilaart
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... perfect mix of Brussels history and chocolate. Very fun for a school group to spend the day. Walking between bites of rich chocolate was essential and I got awesome info about the city. The guide was very knowledgeable and answered all our questions and the chocolate was amazing!
... up) has the kitchen, powder room and a living area as well as a lovely balcony with a table and chairs. The balcony overlooks the courtyard with a lot of plants, the biggest pigeon I have ever seen and a cat that sits on a roof and looks over at you like the Cheshire cat.
The second floor as the main bathroom (only one with a shower) and one bedroom. Up to the last floor, another bedroom and a small sitting ...
... the cloakroom, and another staff member standing at the ready, tray of champagne in hand. Don't mind if I do!
Armed with a little French courage, we walked into the living room, to be greeted by a small group of interns from another program in Canada and the Ambassador and his wife. After mingling and making small talk with the group of stunned and jetlagged interns (they'd just arrived that day!), we made our way into the dining room, where the table ...
... a wheat beer with a semi-sweet taste but not too bad
Gordon Finest Gold strong blond, 10%, alcohol taste a bit strong at first, but surprisingly didn't notice after a while. You could not drink too many of these.
Duuel Special Belgian beer, 8.5%, sweet, smoky flavour, OK to drink 1 or 2 but that would be it
Carlsberg Imported, 5.5%, well it's Carlsberg
Bruges Zot Lager, 6.0%, a local beer, a bit to hoppy for me
Maes Pilsener Extra ...
... cool! Sat and had a coffee in the place looking at the crazy detail in the area! Then grabbed a waffle and walked up to see the peeing boy statue which was different.
After a quick feed we made our way to the army museum which i was excited to see! Unfortunately it was closed on Mondays so i had to ...