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Brussels hotel transforms rooms into private restaurants

By AFP
14 February 2021   |   12:26 pm
With restaurants and cafés closed due to the pandemic, an alternative is emerging among Brussels hoteliers: transforming bedrooms into private dining rooms, so guests can enjoy an evening "as if at a restaurant" but in compliance with the law.

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