The Adolphe Max room is spacious, bright and elegant. With its 220 m², it can accommodate up to 250 people standing, 200 theatre style and 180 seated at tables.
Located at the front of Le Plaza Brussels, this space opens on one of the main arteries of the capital, Boulevard Adolphe Max. Adolphe Max is one of the tenors in Brussels history. Mayor of the city from 1909 to 1939, he was responsible for the construction of the Palais des Beaux-Arts and the 1st World Fair in Brussels (1935).
For larger events, such as congresses, conferences or symposiums, the Adolphe Max room is a perfect match for the Esterel brewery and the Versailles room. The adaptability of these three adjoining rooms allows you to occupy more than 500 m2 and to arrange the volumes according to your wishes and expectations of your guests: exhibition space, audience, catering space … Our staff takes care of ensuring optimal circulation.