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  1. Discover the Hidden Gem of Brussels: Urban Yard Hotel

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    Nestled in the heart of Europe, Brussels effortlessly combine historical charm with a vibrant contemporary spirit. After extensive research for the city and glowing recommendations, we decided to book our stay at the renowned Urban Yard Hotel. This exceptional choice proved to be a decision we would never regret. The hotel perfectly embodied our vision of a memorable and comfortable stay in Brussels with its prime location, stylish accommodations, and family-friendly atmosphere. Join us as we delve into the enchanting world of Urban Yard Hotel, a place that became our home away from home and added an extra layer of magic to our Brussels adventure.

    If you’re looking for a stylish and modern accommodation option in the heart of Brussels, look no further than the Urban Yard Hotel. This hidden gem offers a unique combination of contemporary design, exceptional service, and a prime location that’s perfect for exploring the city. Whether you’re visiting Brussels for business or pleasure, the Urban Yard Hotel is the perfect place to call home during your stay.

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  2. Experience Contemporary Surrealism at MIMA’s ‘Popcorn’ Exhibition – Unwind Afterwards at Urban Yard Hotel

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    Step into a realm where art counters the dreariness of daily life at MIMA’s engaging ‘Popcorn’ exhibition, available until May 26th. This event highlights the creative visions of 15 dynamic artists from Brussels and beyond, offering a vivid, quirky, and fantastical perspective on our societal landscape, perfect for those in search of motivation and a burst of creativity.

    In commemoration of the centennial of surrealism, Brussels is alight with exhibitions celebrating this influential avant-garde movement. At the forefront, the Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art (MIMA) breathes new life into this celebration with a modern twist. From the moment you step through the entrance, marked by an impressive gateway of towering popcorn sculptures, you’re drawn into a world brimming with imaginative potential.

    For a seamless continuation of your cultural voyage, the Urban Yard Hotel in Brussels presents an ideal retreat. Nestled in the heart of the city, this hotel offers a unique blend of urban chic and comfort, making it the perfect spot to decompress and reflect on the exhibition’s myriad of ideas. The Urban Yard Hotel’s distinctive ambiance, characterized by its modern design and casual elegance, mirrors the innovative spirit of the ‘Popcorn’ exhibition.

    As the celebration of surrealism unfolds further with upcoming explorations by Bozar and the Royal Museums of Fine Arts into the 1930s art movement, the Urban Yard Hotel stands ready to offer guests a stylish and comforting haven. Here, the vibrancy of contemporary art and the relaxed urban elegance converge, creating an unforgettable experience for all who visit.

  3. Kanal – Centre Pompidou reopens in 2024

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    KANAL-Centre Pompidou aspires to be a hub of culture and exchange accessible to everyone, shining a spotlight on Brussels’ creative scene and enhancing the city’s cultural allure. Slated to reopen in 2024, it will emerge as Brussels’ largest cultural institution, boasting over 35,000m² dedicated to contemporary artistic expression in various forms. Following its initial phase with KANAL BRUT – an exhibition in its unrefined space – and a significant two-part exhibition by Swiss artist John M Armleder, the vast garage underwent renovations. Despite the closure, Kanal continues to actively contribute to Brussels’ cultural landscape, fostering collaborations with local entities.

    Current exhibitions and events are scheduled at K1, a venue located directly opposite the construction site.

    For those planning to immerse themselves in this cultural renaissance, booking a stay at The President Hotel offers the perfect accommodation solution in Brussels, ensuring a comfortable and convenient experience as you explore the rich artistic offerings of KANAL-Centre Pompidou.

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    Square Sainctelette 11-12, 1000 Brussels City