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Room Sophie is located on the first floor of the guest house of Villa Servais, next to the Ernest Van Dijck library and the cozy lounge with fireplace. The room was covered with Artemis Velvet in the Petrol Blue hue from House of Hackney, inspired by the design of William Morris. The space exudes the luxurious lifestyle that Sophie Feygin was used to and is comfortably furnished for two people. It includes a desk with seats, a bathroom with shower, a separate toilet and a comfortable king-size 5* bed with exceptional Belgian bed linen. Relax in the beautiful sofas, upholstered by Maud, and enjoy the unbeatable view of St. Martin’s Basilica from your bed.

Equipment: comfort

Surface 27,70m²

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





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

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During one of his concert tours to Russia, Adrien François Servais met his future wife Sophie Feygin. She was born in Saint Petersburg in 1820, the daughter of a steward of Tsar Nicolas I. She died in Ixelles in 1893, 27 years after her famous husband. Later writings show that during the many trips abroad she often acted as his impresario and negotiated the amount for a concert in his name. She bore François Servais six children: Sophie, Franz, Joseph, Marie, Anna and Augusta.