Chinese investment group HNA has opened its first European property, the high-end Oriental-designed Tangla Hotel Brussels.
Like the rivers flowing from the Tanggula Mountains, Tangla Hotel Brussels brings serenity to its guests.
Its elegance is in the simple blend of Feng Shui and innovation.
The team’s aim is to deliver service excellence and the guest will experience an exclusive retreat for all senses in all seasons at Tangla Hotel Brussels.
Tangla originates from the mystical legend of the Tanggula, a paradise nestled in the tranquil Qingzang highlands blessed by the patron saint of the Nyenchen Tanglha Mountains.
It is believed that, as the dignified Tanggula rises towards the skies with spiritual elegance, the three flowing rivers offer abundance and tranquillity below.
Tangla Hotel Brussels features 187 rooms, including 37 suites, among which are a presidential suite.
Also include is a traditional Chinese gastronomic restaurant, Tang Dynasty, featuring the finest Cantonese cuisine, as well as a contemporary all-day dining restaurant, LeCinq.
Naturally, there are also meeting and event spaces, including the magnificent 440m2 Imperial Ballroom.
Tangla Hotel Brussels is a celebration of Chinese culture, art and traditions, paying homage to the country’s rich and diverse history in a unique yet familiar way.
Tangla Hotel Brussels
Tangla Hotel Brussels, a tribute to the Chinese art of hospitality, luxury and sophistication and an ode to the unique charm of Asian culture.
The double volume space of the lobby has a feature wall adorned from floor to ceiling with custom artwork by Chinese native Yang Fei depicting the natural beauty of the Tanggula Mountains.
The essence of the Tanggula Mountains is also woven into the guestrooms and suites through subtle impressions.
The rooms are decorated in soft pastel colours and delicate wooden panels to accentuate their luxurious aura.
They feature a beautiful marble desk with direct access to a media hub, a stunning 40 LED Smart-TV as well as smart light automation. For added comfort a Nespresso machine, complete with arrangements for the preparation of tea, has been places in all the rooms. Also available are a mini bar and a laptop safe.
The luxuriously appointed marble bathroom has either a bathtub or walk-in rain shower.
All the Fáng rooms are available with either a double bed or two single beds.
The plum blossom, China’s national flower and symbol of resilience and perseverance is the feature of the guestroom carpets whose rich neutral tones of blue and green are inspired by the mountain landscape.
Transitioning from polished marble floors on to vibrant carpets finds the guest in an atmospheric celebration on Chinese Tea House traditions.
TLounge embraces these traditions by infusing a collection of tea culture experiences into one space.
TLounge will surprise and enthral with its exclusive concept of beverage culture.
Among the great classics, the bar specializes in the very finest whiskies, sourced from all corners of the earth and a great selection of Newby teas.
Newby Teas currently offer more than 40 varieties which demonstrate how full of character tea can be.
Familiar, traditional Chinese homes are revisited with a modern eye creating the ideal atmosphere for the Cantonese gastronomic restaurant Tang Dynasty.
Dark wooden floors and lowered ceilings set the tone. Rich, saturated orange silk wall coverings dress the walls, interspersed with rethought Chinese millwork details.
Rhythm is created in the restaurant by series of screens constructed of black metal and glass insets, in homage to Chinese decorative furniture.
Carpet designs symbolizing royalty and strength are woven with the reminiscent characteristics of stylized dragons, the legendary creatures.
Tang Dynasty is Belgium’s first Cantonese gastronomic restaurant featuring classic Cantonese cuisine, using the freshest produce and spices, and ingredients especially sourced directly from China.