Elegance and refinement for your event
The heart of the European Quarter is home to Concert Noble. Its historical significance and its architectural character make it a unique location.
The Concert Noble is one of the largest rooms in the capital. Receptions for up to 730 people and dinners for up to 550 can be held in the greatest comfort, as well as balls, seminars, international conferences, fashion shows…
The Concert Noble Society was founded in 1785 by Archduke Albert of Saxony-Teschen and Maria-Christina of Austria. But it was not until in 1873 that Leopold II commissioned architect Hendrik Beyaert to design a building and reception rooms that were fit to host the Belgian aristocracy. Hendrik Beyaert’s plans were unique. He created a complex of rooms, increasing in size, going from the gallery to a salon, a games room, the buffet room, the banquet room, culminating in the impressive ballroom with a 400 m² floor under a 15m high ceiling.
Although every room was furnished differently, mainly in the Louis XVI style, the rooms form a harmonious whole. They can be rented together or separately.