M-Street tire la carte écologique à tous les niveaux avec sa façade verte, ses pompes à chaleur, ses panneaux solaires et ses produits verts



M-Street n'a pas de personnel de réception et est entièrement automatisé


Départ tardif

Grâce à notre départ tardif, vous pouvez profiter pleinement de la merveilleuse vie nocturne que Louvain a à offrir


Ambiance animée

M-Street est situé juste au-dessus du célèbre café De Libertad, au milieu de la rue des restaurants de Louvain



Nos chambres ont des sols en liège; un choix durable pour lequel aucun arbre n'est abattu

SURREALISM - Dali vs Magritte

Surrealism is an art movement in the modern art that manifests itself in literature, photography, sculpture and painting. Although it was originally a literary movement, surrealism mainly became known thanks to paintings in which the artists try to show their way of thinking, guided by fantasy, without any controlled rationale and apart from moral values.

The French-speaking Apollinaire, the French André Breton, the German Max Ernst, the Catalan Miró, the Swiss Alberto Giacometti, the Dutchman Willem Wagenaar, the Belgian Paul Delvaux, the Argentinean Leonor Fini and the Mexican Frida Kahle were all - at least an important period in their lives - exponents of surrealism.

But the most renowned surrealists are of course the Spaniard Salvador Dalí (1904-1989) and the Belgian René Magritte (1898-1967), whose very successful exhibition 'Dalí & Magritte: Two icons of surrealism in dialogue' was organized in 2019 at the KMSK in Brussels.

In this Surrealistic Room you can see a lithograph by Dalí of his world-famous 'Couple with their heads full of clouds', of which the original can be admired in the Boijmans-Van Beuningen museum in Rotterdam (Netherlands). It is a portrait of a couple - himself with his wife and muse Gala - where the contours of the frames give shape to the double painting.

Clouds were also an ever-recurring part of Magrittes paintings, as well as nature.
Which is obvious in the work 'La géante' ('The giant') that is presented in this room.

In this painting Magritte sought the signature element of a tree that he could disrupt in order to confront the viewer with a new, fresh view of the tree: The tree became a large leaf of which the stem was directly planted in the ground.

Magritte found this image so effective that it would return over and over again, with different effects, throughout his career.



La climatisation

Salle de bain privée avec douche pluie

Machine à café et bouilloire



La climatisation

Salle de bain privée avec douche pluie

Machine à café et bouilloire




Produits de douche

Fer et planche à repasser