Located a 20-minute drive from the centre of Brussels in green and peaceful surroundings, Martin's Grand Hotel offers free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, an à la carte restaurant and a bar, as well as free access to a fitness centre. The centre of Waterloo is 0.6 miles away.MORE ABOUT THE HOTEL
The rooms comprise a TV, tea/coffee making facilities and a bathroom with free toiletries. The executive rooms also come with a spa bath.
In La Sucrerie restaurant, originally a sugar refinery built in the middle of the 19th century, you can savour the finest cuisine, while in the neo-colonial Club Bar you are welcome for a drink.
Golf de Pierpont - The remarkable 18-hole Grand Pierpont and the compact, but top-quality, 9-hole Petit Pierpont surround a 12th-century farm. Le Grand Pierpont, an 18-hole par 72 course is gently undulating and very open. The course's difficulty changes with the seasons and wind direction, and a pleasant round of golf is always guaranteed.
Golf de Rigenee- Built in the 1980s and designed by Paul Rolinon, Golf de Rigenee is one of the oldest courses in Waterloo and one of most captivating when it comes to scenery.
It may not be the most challenging course in the area but it offers an exclusive round in a luxurious settings, along with a warm welcome. The layout is fairly flat, boasting wide fairways making it a great first course on your next golf holiday and perfect for beginners looking to improve their swing.
At a Par 73, the course comprises of large bunkers and numerous water hazards as you make your way through the course. These attributes are even more dangerous when the breeze comes into play across the Belgian countryside.
The terrain is constantly being maintained and evolved with ponds, bunkers, greenside amendments to improve the style of play.
The long fairways stretching across the Waterloo landscape provide a beautiful parkland course. Beware, the course is not as straightforward as the 1st and 18th suggest. The Par 5s are tailored to suit those heavy hitters and are quite some distance from the tee box