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Suite Marie-Henriette is a spacious room on the first floor of the guest house with a central view of the beautifully decorated garden of Villa Servais and the Art-Deco church of SaintRoch .. In the room you can find two original wooden nut beams, an authentic marble mantelpiece and unique works of art. This room has a spacious king-size 5 * bed with qualitytafine Belgian bed linen. The luxury residence with intEns blue accents was elaborated in Blackthorn Velvet from the William Morris collection of House of Hackney and , in addition to a desk , also includes its own drawing room and an extra table. The bathroom is luxuriously furnished with a bath, shower, double sink and beautiful Belgian taps. Imagine yourself as a real king and take a seat in the unique royal blue sofas, which Maud has upholstered with a lot of knowledge of the craft.

Equipment: suite

Surface 36,36 m²

Parking with QR and number code


Bed 180 cm wide

Luxury breakfast with regional products included

Available in this room



Bath towels and products



Two seats with table

Separate desk


Spacious wardrobe



Hair dryer

Pets not allowed


At your disposal during your stay

Transport reservation possible

Baby bed reservation possible

Charging station for electric car/bicycle (state when booking)

Shared lounge

Check-in and check-out: by appointment (digital code).

Possibility to request a welcome package ‘Villa Servais champagne and surprise’ or extensive package


Archduchess Marie Henriette was the niece of the Austrian emperor and married at 17the with the one year older Belgian Crown Prince Leopold. The marriage was arranged by Queeng Leopold I die like this the ties with Austria tried to strengthen. The couple got four children: Louise, Leopold, Stéphanie and Clementine. They had few common interests and after the death of their son, Crown Prince Leopold, came the first cracks in the marriage. Marie-Henriette devoted herself to equestrian sport and the art. She spent a lot of time in her residence in Spa and met cellist François Servais there. François and son Joseph performed regularly in the presence of members of the Royal family. François was also the king’s principal cellist and an officer of the Order of Leopold I.
Sometimes Marie-Henriette visited the Servais family and the Onze -Lieve-Vrouw , also called the Black Madonna of Halle, in Saint Martin’s Basilica .