Located in the heart of the European district, the Concert Noble is a unique meeting point due to its historical significance and its architectural design.
The Concert Noble is one of the largest rooms in the capital. It can offer incomparable comfort for receptions of up to 750 people, dinners up to 650, balls, international seminars and conferences, concerts, fashion shows…
The Concert Noble Society was founded in 1785 by Archduke Albert de Saxe-Teschen and Marie- Christine of Austria, and in 1873 Leopold II asked architect Henri Beyaert to design a building and reception rooms to host the Belgian aristocracy.
The design was unique: Henri Beyaert created a set of rooms, increasing in size, gradually passing from a gallery to a salon, a card room, a buffet and a banqueting room to culminate in the impressive ballroom that occupies an area of 400m² under a 15m high ceiling.
Although every section has its own decorative character, mainly in Louis XVI style, the rooms form a harmonious group that can be rented together or separately.