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Cinema le Plaza
bd A.MAX 118-126 à 1000 Bruxelles.

Le Théâtre de l'Hôtel Le Plaza est un ancien cinéma avec une surface de 460 m², classé monument historique par arrêté royal. Il a été construit en 1930, dans un style unique espagnol/arabe mauresque. La décision absolu de garder l'etat d'origine, les lampes d'epoque, le podium ainsi que les décorations murales richement sculptés d'inspiration andalouse, prête un cachet inimitable à cette salle polyvalente, idéale pour l'organisation de conférences, séminaires, banquets, réceptions , spectacles, concerts.
L'Hôtel Le Plaza, Bruxelles est l'un des derniers hôtels indépendants à Bruxelles, et aussi l'un des plus anciens. Il a été acheté dans les années trente dans un style Louis XVI, au coeur de Bruxelles.

Un grand merci a Vincent Bariteau de l'hotel le Plaza Brussels www.leplaza.be pour son accueil chaleureux.

Cinema le Plaza
bd A.MAX 118-126 à 1000 Bruxelles.

The Theatre of the Hotel Le Plaza is a former cinema with a surface of 460 m², classified as a historical monument by Royal Decree. It was built in 1930, in a unique Spanish Arab Moorish style. The absolute decision to keep the original boxes, the genuine bracket-lamps, the stage as well as the richly sculpted wall ornaments of Andalusian inspiration, lend an inimitable stamp to this multipurpose room, ideal for the organization of conferences, workshops, banquets, receptions, shows, concerts.
Previously, as a cinema called Acropole Cinema, it opened in 1928 and had an interior designed in a Spanish style with many false windows and barley sugar columns. Seating was provided in stalls and balcony. At one time (possibly in the 1930s) it ran cine-variety shows and the Plaza was equipped with a Wurlitzer theatre organ. The entrance to the ancient cinema was located at the left-hand side of the twin-blocked building and originally had a large vertical 'PLAZA' sign over the entrance. There was a Plaza Taverne located on the corner of Adolphe Maxlann & Rue de Malines, now the main entrance to hotel. The rear of the building backs onto the former Varieties Theater (Cinerama) around the corner on the narrow Rue de Malines.
The Hotel Le PLaza, Brussels is one of the last independent hotels in Brussels, and also one of the most ancient. He was bought in the early thirties in a Louis XVI style, in the heart of Brussels.

A big thanks to Vincent Bariteau of Hotel le Plaza Brussels www.leplaza.be for his warm welcome.