On the south-eastern edge of Brussels, cosseted in its own leafy parkland, sits the lovely Château Sainte-Anne. The château was constructed as an aristocratic country residence, and inside and out it retains an air of effortless elegance. But for more than half a century it has filled a more dynamic role: this is now the home of the Royal International Club Château Sainte-Anne.
In the early ‘60s, a group of Belgian andEuropean leaders agreed that Brusselsneeded a first-rate place for socialisingand positive integration of the Belgiancommunity. In 1961, an association was formed, which was later renamed ‘Royal International Club Château Sainte-Anne’.