Baron van Brienen's original ballroom is frequently used for state banquets and official events, and his former appartments are now used for receptions, various ministry luncheons and dinners for foreign delegations. The total number of bedrooms is currently 92, and no two rooms are the same. As a result, many guests return to Hotel des Indes time after time, telling the management that they actually prefer to book what they feel to be their room. It seems that our guests are creating a little personal history of their own. And what could make a hotel feel prouder than that?
Happiness is made to be shared, knew the great French dramatist Jean Baptiste Racine (†1699).
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