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Tribute to the 100th anniversary of the Olympics


The restaurant's name is a tribute to the French baron who played an important role in the introduction of the Olympic Games at the end of the 19th century: Pierre de Coubertin (1863-1937).


Not only the Brasserie Coubertin, but the entire Mercure Antwerp City South hotel was recently renovated and honours the 100th Olympic Jubilee. 1920 - also the year in which Belgium won its largest medal count to date.


A sporty start of the day is good for body and mind, provides energy and productivity throughout the day. This starts with a good night's sleep in the renovated hotel rooms of Mercure Antwerp City South.

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Discover local

You can enjoy a 'healthy start of the day' at Pierre. Make sure you are ready to discover Antwerp and enjoy a sporty breakfast. Taste the local flavors, at Mercure breakfast is part of your trip!


Rather ready for a delicious quick lunch or extensive dinner?

Then take a seat in Brasserie Coubertin. The brasserie is deeply rooted in its environment and has a unique personality that is conveyed by enthusiastic staff, who offer you a warm welcome and a lot of local knowledge. Come and discover our dishes, in harmony with people and the local environment.

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