Serviced apartments in Brussels

Move to Brussels with ease by choosing the right serviced apartment for expats

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Worry no more about temporary housing in Belgium with RentMore's long- and short term furnished serviced apartments for expats in the city of Brussels. [Contributed by RentMore]

A comfortable home lies at the base of a successful assignment abroad, be it long- or short term. 

Moving abroad can be a hassle, even if you’re surrounded with helping hands and smiling service providers. No one but you can do the settling into your new, temporary home. If you’re coming to Brussels, however, you have the opportunity to choose for a personalised, high-end apartment service that will make your venture into Europe’s vibrant capital run as smooth as possible. 

The name RentMore is relatively new on the serviced apartment market, but the people behind it aren’t. Twenty years of experience taught them quality is more important than quantity. No wonder their focus is on restored buildings with undeniable charm and on inspiring locations. Whatever your professional or preferred destination within the city is – the European institutions, NATO, business districts, Brussels airport, Brussels city centre and its cultural hotspots – there’s always an apartment to match. 

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Art-deco pearls

Most apartments are furnished and ready to move in, but should you prefer to bring your personal touch, unfurnished homes are available too. The apartments within each project are furnished and equipped to the same high standards, meaning that no matter your choice, apartments on the 1st or 7th floor will have the same look and feel. Other amenities include:

  • underground parking
  • the latest standards on acoustics and isolation
  • a large offering of international digital TV
  • high-speed wi-fi
  • proper security systems

Contracts are available from terms as short as six months. 

RentMore offers apartments in both from newly built blocks and historical art-deco pearls. For example, Residence Ernest the ‘Garden’. Residence Ernest is within walking distance from the European neighbourhood Avenue Louise with its boutiques and restaurants and everything else you need for a night out. The building is brimming with history, being the former headquarters of the Solvay Company, one of Belgiums oldest and biggest multinationals. Apart from the stunning decorations and high ceilings you will have at your disposal several patios and gardens. Interested tenants can move in from January 2017.

The tastefully decorated ‘Romeo & Juliet’ apartments within the Chambon complex are also immediately available. They are situated on a prime location: within walking distance of Brussels Central Station and across the street from the renowned La Monnaie theatre and other cultural hotspots. The Chambon building is a historic landmark that was redeveloped stunningly and fitted with quality parquet flooring and designer furniture. Architect Alfred Chambon (1884-1973) refused to follow functional trends and instead focused on sustainable materials, monumental volumes and stylish Art Deco elements. The building is the former Caisse Générale d’Épargne et de Retraite (CGER) headquarters.

From February 2017, the apartments in ‘The Squares’ residence will be available. The newly built project is situated between the European district and a residential area. Parks, surprising squares and public transport are all within a stone’s throw.

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There’s more

RentMore will get to know you personally to match your desires with their offer and then take you on a tour to a couple of suitable locations. Once the choice is made, RentMore will take over all formalities and you will have no dealings with homeowners or landlords. They even clean your apartment, change your sheets and take care of all maintenance for you. “We know you”, is RentMore’s slogan – and they definitely mean it.



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RentMore: Serviced apartments in Brussels

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