Domaine de Ronchinne
A UNIQUE HOTEL OOZING WITH HISTORY
The Château de Ronchinne was built between 1884 and 1890 by Charles-Joseph Logé in the heart of the Ronchinne estate, which then covered an area of 2,500 hectares
From 1909, the castle was the residence of Princess Clementine of Belgium, daughter of Leopold II (King of the Belgians), and her husband Victor Napoleon Bonaparte.
It was during this period that major felling and replanting work took place in the park according to the plan drawn up by Mr Jules Buyssens, Belgium's leading landscape architect.
In 1957, reduced to 42 hectares, the estate was bought by the Fonds Spécial d'Assistance aux Postiers (Special Assistance Fund for Postmen), which used the site as a holiday centre for its staff.
Since 2006, the estate has been part of the Limited Editions Hotels group, which transformed the house into a hotel residence. The first guests were welcomed 3 years later, in 2009.
There is an open parking on the estate itself. Charging facilities are also available.
A spa, no. Not even a Wellness. More like an open-air space, a place dreamed of for strollers in search of well-being and deep relaxation. Scandinavian Bath, Hammam and Swimming pool are all at your disposal.
Bar & Restaurant
You can order at the bar and take it away as if you were at home. Then sit down wherever you like in one of our lounges, one of our various game rooms or on our panoramic terrace.
Our standard rooms are provided with all the equipements to make your stay as comfortable as possible: bathroom with shower and bath flat screen TV phone free WiFi network and comfortable beds king size desk .
The Domaine de Ronchinne is an ideal location between Brussels and Luxembourg to organise your seminars, team-building and other professional events.
The Domaine de Ronchinne has multiple locations to organise events wether it is in a more businesslike atmosphere or more leisure driven activities.
Next to the restaurant there are many other place dedicated to the joys of eating. In the forest around a large fire for example or a barbecue, a raclette or one of our Ronchinnades (tartiflettes from our region)