Located in the heart of Brussels, the Steigenberger Wiltcher’s Hotel boasts an eye-catching architecture that makes it a charming destination.
Stemming from the long tradition of European grand hotels, the elegant and artistic building with Beaux-Arts features dates from the beginning of the 20th century. Its historic façade embodies all the elegance of Avenue Louise, the epitome of chic in the capital.
A noble and local stone for a mythical address....
The main entrance of the “Superior Five Star” hotel has been given a facelift. It has been covered in strips, pavers in Belgian Blue Stone in long and narrow format, in a Cleaved finish. This finish represents the Blue Stone in a rough, highly structured form, ideal for drivable surfaces.
The renovation is set off with paving in a Bush hammered finish, coupled with borders and water drains in a Milled finish.
Belgian Blue Stone, a noble stone full of history, blends perfectly with the soul of this mythical address.
Among the best building stones quarried in Europe, Belgian Blue Stone is suitable for high-traffic areas thanks to its very compact structure, which makes it resistant to compression, wear and impacts. It guarantees an exceptional look and enhances your image among your clients.
Location: Brussels – Belgium
Project owner: Marbrerie Vanderlinden-Holemans