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27th edition of Art Brussels is set to see more than 30,000 collectors, appreciators descend on the Belgian capital which is set to take place next month. reveals which hotels to stay in for those planning a trip to the Belgium Capital.

Artistic aficionados have just a few weeks to book hotels in Brussels and get their tickets for one of the highlights of the creative calendar.

The 27th edition of Art Brussels is set to see more than 30,000 collectors, appreciators, critics, curators and professionals descend on the Belgian capital to enjoy a wide range of works.

Photographs, paintings, sculptures and installations will all feature at the event, which places a focus on contemporary art and is held in halls one and three of the Brussels Expo in Place de Belgique.

Exhibitors confirmed for this year's edition of the show hail from a wide range of countries and include Cerami, Filles du Calvaire, Rubenstein Museum 52, Faggionato, Tucci Russo and Kudlek Van Der Grinten.

The organisers of the event explain that more than 165 established will display the very best pieces from the collections at the show.

One-day tickets for the event, which takes place between Friday April 24th and Monday April 27th, cost €15 (£13.39) per person. Catalogues can be purchased for €25 and the two can be bought together for €35.

Art Brussels is open between 11:00 and 19:00 local time, with special previews also taking place by invitation only. has over 38 Brussels Hotels ranging from serviced apartments to exclusive hotels, which will sure to satisfy all budgets.

The Hotel de Fierlant is a 3 star rated hotel and is offering standard double rooms including breakfast from £62 a night. This hotel has 40, calm, functional and convivial rooms and is s surrounded by many public transport lines making it easy to get around Brussels.

For guests wanting to be in the in the heart of the boutiques quarter, can recommend the 4 star NH Brussels City Centre which has double or twins rooms available from £67 an night.


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