Hotels Near Le Roi Des Belges

Hotels Near Le Roi Des Belges In Brussels

4.5/5Excellent58 Reviews
0.05km from downtown
We stayed for a few nights while checking out Brussels and the Christmas market. Chose this hotel for its location based on its reviews and it didn't disappoint. Minutes walk away from the Grand Place and right next door to a metro stop if you wanted to venture that little bit further away. The Hotel was nice and clean, had a unique decor taste which i really quite liked. The staff were helpful. Room was just as it was pictured, the toilet was interesting, basically stuck in a cupboard! only gripe was our room did not have a view. Faced the rear courtyard and fire escapes of other buildings in the block. Breakfast was included in our price, and offered a good variety of choice. Perfect start to the day. The bar attached i found to be too fucused on gin and customers wanting gin. I fancied a beer and got ignored repeatedly by the woman behind the bar as she was too focused on selling her gin. oh well! Apart from that, we would definitely stay again for the price we paid but will drink else where.
FromUS$96
4.8/5Outstanding73 Reviews
0.05km from downtown
Hotel location is super good. The attractions are all on foot and there is food downstairs. There is also a supermarket not far away. There is parking. Repair the road when we go over there. So I didn't drive in. Can add an extra bed. Bring a 6-year-old child. Free extra bed. Sleep well
FromUS$198
2.6/554 Reviews
0.1km from downtown
Ideal location for sights and nightlife. Room was spotless. Agree with other reviews that rooms are small compared to most hotels but that didn’t bother us. There was plenty of room to walk around and store our luggage so didn’t see any issues especially when the price was so low.
FromUS$88
4.1/5Very Good40 Reviews
0.16km from downtown
Hotel Cafe Pacific offers elegant rooms only 650 metres from the Grand-Place, set in a lively area in Brussels. This design hotel features free WiFi access.Hotel Cafe Pacific benefits from air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen cable TV and a seating area. Every room features a unique theme. Each of the modern bathrooms comes with a hairdryer, free toiletries and a bathrobe.For an additional charge, guests can enjoy a daily buffet breakfast in the bar at Cafe Pacific. It also offers a small selection of light snacks and sweet treats in the evening in an elegant setting including stained glass windows.Bourse Metro Station is a 5-minute walk away. The Manneken Pis Statue and the Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate are both a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
FromUS$110
3/566 Reviews
0.18km from downtown
This hotel was located in a great location, close enough to the Grand Place and tourists path and yet in a quieter neighbourhood. Very small reception area with great friendly and helpful staff. Coming into the reception there are few steps to reach the reception which means to be prepared with your suitcases as I didn't see a flat ramp (back issue!). You are given physical keys to your rooms vs key cards. The room was large, clean and relatively equipped. I didn't see any USB ports. There was a mini fridge with some juices and water bottles (fees). The bathroom didn't seem have an electric outlet but there was a fixed hair dryer. The shower tub was clean but some mildew spots around the tub and the shower-head needed to be cleaned. There were two twin beds which made me wonder ensuring that the traveller hasn't touched the two beds is a bit unrealistic from the sanitary perspective. Overall the room was clean and comfortable. The breakfast was average but the staff were quite busy and attentive to ensure keeping it clean and full. There is no restaurant or bar in this hotel. Parking was said to be private which was a selection factor for me but it didn't indicate that they only had 8 spots, so I was instructed to go to the nearby public parking few meters away and walk back with my luggage (hotel's fee 18, public parking 24/day).
FromUS$131
0/50 Reviews
0.19km from downtown
The La Bourse Hotel is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The La Bourse Hotel offers a pleasant stay in Brussels for those traveling for business or leisure. There's plenty to do nearby, with Beursschouwburg, N.Anata and Celtica all within a short distance. This hotel makes a great place to kick back and relax after a long day of sightseeing.
FromUS$77
3.7/530 Reviews
0.23km from downtown
Just 500 metres from the Grote Markt, Apartments The Brusselian offers elegantly styled apartments with a view of the city. Several trams depart a 2-minute walk from the apartments and link to all major tourist sights.The apartments feature wooden floors, earth-tone décor and design furniture. The living room is equipped with a seating area and flat-screen TV. The bathroom is fitted with a bathtub and a hairdryer is provided.The modern kitchen is fitted with an oven, a stove and a microwave. Coffee and tea making facilities are also available. Guests can choose from a wide variety of restaurants that are in the area.Nieuwstraat shopping street is 20 metres from the apartments. Brussels' Central Train Station is a 10-minute walk away.
FromUS$174
2/540 Reviews
0.24km from downtown
The service at the front desk was very good, and the health was ok. I have not eaten breakfast at his house. There is no environment at all in the lobby. The breakfast cafes at the front desk are all together, like a large cafeteria. The location is near the main square, five minutes walk from Central Station, and there is a supermarket downstairs. But because I was traveling alone, I returned to the hotel at eight o'clock at the latest, and I didn't go out too late, so why not evaluate the nightlife. Ordinary key, go out to the reception desk. The price is cheaper than the surrounding area. The price of the trip is eleven, usually several hundred.
FromUS$96
4.7/5Outstanding55 Reviews
0.26km from downtown
The whole Brussels is not big. It is really a sparrow that is small but full of all things. Walk from the station to the hotel for about 25 minutes. Be sure to drink Belgian beer when going to Belgium, it is really delicious. The two of us stayed late, the hotel double room may be full, and gave us a place on the sixth floor. I took the elevator to the fifth floor and climbed to the first floor with my 30-inch suitcase. Cost-effective The street lights around the hotel are bright, it is a lot of tourists, very safe! The two of our girls walked outside at 12 o'clock in the evening without any problems! The toilets are small and acceptable as long as they are clean. The hotel breakfast is quite good, and you can bake waffles yourself, too many people.
FromUS$104
4/5Very Good1 Reviews
0.29km from downtown
The Urban Walls provides a great place for travelers to relax after a busy day. The Urban Walls offers a pleasant stay in Brussels for those traveling for business or leisure. With Brussels Central Station just 1km away and Brussels National Airport only 17km away, transportation is very convenient. The closest major public transportation, Sainte-Catherine Metro Station, is only 200m away. Guests will find Black Tower, Tibetan Health Center and Brussels Christmas Market just a short distance from the hotel. This hotel makes a great place to kick back and relax after a long day of sightseeing.
FromUS$92
4.8/5Outstanding50 Reviews
0.31km from downtown
Come to Belgium to attend the meeting. First of all, there is a city tax charged here. It is temporarily collected at the front desk when checking in. It costs 4.25 Euros per night. Then, there is no toothbrush, toothpaste and slippers in the hotel. I am really powerless to vomit. I do n’t feel very happy. I hope it can be improved. The hotel is quite clean, the breakfast is good, the lunch and dinner are weak, and it is not delicious. Good location, close to the city center
FromUS$109
4.2/5Very Good41 Reviews
0.33km from downtown
La Legende is located in the very centre of Brussels, less than 150 metres from both Grand Place and the Manneken Pis Statue. It benefits from free Wi-Fi, a 24-hour front desk and a tour desk.Flat-screen cable TV, and a refrigerator come as standard in the rooms at Hotel La Legende. Each room also benefits from a private bathroom with a shower.Brussels Central Railway Station is a 10-minute walk from La Legende Hotel. The Magritte Museum is less than 15 minutes’ walk away. Bourse Metro Station is 260 metres from the hotel.
FromUS$106

Hotels Near Le Roi Des Belges In Brussels Review

5/569 Reviews
Central Brussels
Book a 3-person room / executive room and the view is very good. 5 minutes from the Central Station to the hotel, and about 20 minutes walk from the South Station to the hotel. The hotel is very soundproof. Open the window to see the scenery, listen to music, and close the window to a quiet room. This hotel has a kettle and coffee, not bad!
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FromUS$105
4.1/575 Reviews
The hotel is not in the business district, but I think it is one of the advantages. The hotel is about 5-10 minutes walk from the subway station. Everything nearby. Restaurants all over the world. There is also a farmers market in the square in front of the hotel on Sunday. Good hotel value for money, I recommend.
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FromUS$149
4.2/567 Reviews
Central Brussels
Incredibly well placed hotel. Right in the center of Brussels, everything is accessible on foot. Spacious room, nice and clean bathroom despite the toilet wedged between a wall and a sink. (Do not abuse fries and waffles otherwise you will spend more) The hotel has a huge advantage. However the big problem with this hotel is the service. The service is deplorable, frosty welcome, no smile, hello tear off, no please, no thanks ... the polite expressions are all forgotten. Upon arrival, I was asked for a bank card and identity card, ok I give. White is palpable in the room. Then I ask him why he enters my card numbers because I had everything on the internet, he spontaneously replied "Beh for the deposit". No worries, this is understandable, however, he could just tell us, and also give us the amount that was going to be blocked, which I only saw because I looked on the TPE ... very little shopping again . We encountered two fairly basic problems. We ran out of toilet paper, so I ask the receptionist if he can give it to us, the answer was "Abon? Oh well I am amazed. Wait, I'll see if I can find that for you. ” Very surprised by this reflection, we had the impression of having stolen toilet paper, we left empty-handed, toilet paper in hand. In addition we asked 3 times to 3 different employees to change a bulb that no longer worked in our room, something that was never done despite staying 3 nights. Very disappointed by this considerable lack of service / politeness for a four star ... Too bad because this hotel has great potential. Ps: I'm still waiting for my billing email.
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FromUS$104
5/549 Reviews
Our stay was from 28/12/2019 - 01/01/2020 The Arrival: We arrived from airport at 9am in Brussels. We walked from city center to the hotel an easy, safe route straight roads all well lit and signed post. This took 25 minutes. A young male reception staff took our suitcases for us as the room was not available yet due to early arrival. This was no problem as we were able to explore the surroundings. Beautiful parks and museams all within a ten minutes walk (recommend to all). Check in is a 3pm. The Area: Now its the weekend you would expect more shops to be open around the hotel however it is the xmas period break so majority of shops were either closed, opened on evening or after 11am. There were some small market shops open to get snacks and goodies that were within a 15 minute walk in this particular area however once you walked into the town center their are plenty of stalls and shops. The hotel is located to the europeon commision office as the hotel is in the europeon district. Transport: €2.10/2.40 price of the tram/ train service direct to town center...Also a train that goes direct from airport to hotel stop (Schuman) which we caught on Way back home. Their is a tram pass for only €7.5 for the day where you can use at many places. We Travelled to Bruges and also Antwerp. Their is also a local bus service outside the hotel. Back To Hotel: It was now time to check in, the Older gentlemen at the reception this time did approach us differently to the 1st male. However this is because we are young 24/26. Once showing own manners the Older male was alot more open and friendly. He always had a smile and his face. Our room was 501. The Room: Alot of mixed reviews on this site. Here Is our thoughts. The room we were given was very spacious. It has a mini fridge which worked and nice and clean. Tea and coffee Facilities and a bottle of water for free. Usual shampoo and conditioner supplied for free. The Bed was the highlight, it was the Most comfortablest bed we have ever slept on and was an actual double bed not two twin beds which was pushed together which was a bonus. The blanket was perfect for the weather and given two plump pillows each. The room decor was Art work around which shown character. The shower was perfect for me however my husband who is 6.5ft made a big mess as the glass sides of the shower did not cover where the water moved due to height. This caused water to leak over the bath screen however was alright for me due to being 5.5ft. One thing we did notice although the carpet was cleaned not dirt or dust their were some bleach markings on the carpet but this did not ruin our stay. Black our curtains Were great. Air condtioning was also a bonus. Hotel Facilities: They served breakfast however we can't review it due to not having it as we always ate out as the price was a bit to much for breakfast. But we wished we did try ot as the area was comfy and friendly but also stylish. Travelling out for new years: Try every food
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FromUS$99
4.5/557 Reviews
I came to this hotel with my sister to visit the Atomium and Mannekin Pis in Brussels - two bucket list locations of mine for over 20 years for two nights. I loved the hotel because the beds were so comfortable. They had a thick mattress topper on and the duvet was lovely and thick too. Extra pillows were in the room and it all made for a heavenly night’s sleep. There was an issue with the TV remote on arrival and in a nutshell it needed new batteries. Took it down to reception who replaced the whole remote within minutes. Staff were extremely approachable and friendly, spoke English, and I was also very impressed with the bar being open all night long!! Spent the first night enjoying quite a few pints of the local beer! Breakfast was also exceptional and the nicest continental breakfast I’ve ever had. There was a decent selection of cheese and meats, crepes, toppings and even an easy to use waffle maker! Juice, water and hot drinks were available (the nicest hot chocolate ever!), as well as fruit and pastries. The bathroom was perfectly fine for the room but the only issue I did encounter was the shower sometimes could randomly go from normal temperature to scalding hot then back to the normal temperature again, without being touched. But a minor issue in the grand scheme of things! The only thing with this hotel is how far from everything it really is. I booked this hotel for the Atomium and it is easily a 20-25 minute walk away, so not close-by by any means. The nearest tram or metro stop is 15-20 minutes away, and a petrol station is outside the front door. That said, the area was very quiet and the hotel was a very cheap break, but it is very much out in the sticks and not particularly close to anything. We did find Brussels as a city very boring, but would recommend anyone visiting the city stay much more central, unless visiting for the Expo which was opposite. If not, stay in a hotel much more central, because even for the Atomium this hotel is not that close-by.
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FromUS$87
5/534 Reviews
We had sought a affordable accommodation in Brussels and decided on the basis of the good reviews for this B&B. Communication with the host had worked well in advance. Unfortunately, at the agreed time we were in front of the closed door. A call to the host showed that he probably had sent a SMS that he was not there. We had not received the SMS. The door code was then passed by phone and so we could at least in our room. After dinner we met the host shortly, he told us the breakfast time. Unfortunately the night was not very good. There was a celebration in the house, it was very noisy, you couldn't sleep. Apparently, smoking was also smoked at this celebration, smoking was dragged into our room, that was not pleasant. If there were parking places, we cannot judge because we are looking for a free parking place on the street. Breakfast was ok. We didn't see the host next day. In all, I would not recommend the accommodation in full.
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FromUS$89
4.4/543 Reviews
Central Brussels
The location of this hotel was nice. A few steps from a subways station and a few meters to some major attractions. However on weekend everything seems to be clouded so we had to settle for a few shops to eat and I mean a FEW! No convince store around except on Sundays..... The room was clean and lovely! Nice spacious with mini kitchen included. Why I rated it down was for the service, in which, they had none! We arrived late Friday afternoon and us and a few other people where unable to get in the door. Calling the number said they put a door void in our confirmation email. No, as we booked through trip. Then with a code we are to open a box and find an envelop with our name on it. Also having our Full name, check in and out dates and room number! Wow so anyone could take the card and choose a different room if they wanted. Or right down my info and track my stay. Also all this info was on a “6o second” presentation on a tv in the lobby. English or French. Lastly on the weekend NO ONE IS AVAILABLE TO HELP! As I now know most of Brussels down down is closed on weekend. It was nerve wrecking. Then on a Sunday tried to use the luggage room but again no code and no one answered the phone. Had to tote it around with me. They sell rooms on a booking service, they should be more accommodating to foreigners that may book.
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FromUS$102
4.3/574 Reviews
It's very satisfactory and wonderful. I want to come back if there is a chance in the future. The hotel is right beside the subway station. The environment and facilities are all above the average at the same price. The breakfast is rich in nutrition.
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FromUS$89
4.5/545 Reviews
Central Brussels
The location of the hotel is very good, very close to the Central Railway Station, and it will not be a bit noisy like Hilton just ahead. It is easy to go to the square and the attractions in the city, and you can walk to it. The room is a bit small but still acceptable. The front desk service was good.
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FromUS$137
3.9/556 Reviews
Central Brussels
Stayed for one night. The staff were great, really helpful, very friendly and professional. The Location of this hotel is fantastic for being in the centre of Brussels. One street away from the Grand place. Just down the road from the Brussels Central Station. On a quiet street off the main road, so no night time noise. Room was modern and well laid out.Not much storage place if you want to unpack your bag and put your clothes away, so more of a couple of nights stay or you would have to live out your suitcase.Not a lot of place to lay stuff out in the bathroom. Bed was very comfy, 2 single beds together with 2 single quilts. Pillows were quite thick. Room was very modern and new, it was clean but in parts not cleaned properly and there was mould on the net curtains. Check in is after 14:00, but you can drop your bags off, and check out is before 11:00, but again you can leave your bags. The reception is closed at night so bags will have to be collected when it is open as the doors are locked so you cant get to the reception area. Also thou the bags are in a room at the back, you could go I and take someone elses bag if you were that way inclined... A simple ticket system would prevent this, another hotel did this in Brussels. There is no breakfast room, but there is a restaurant that serves breakfast just on the corner out of the hotel. Would definitely go back.
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FromUS$135
4.8/540 Reviews
Central Brussels
The favorite hotel in this trip to Europe. The room is a little bit small, but the bed is super comfortable~ Parking is valet parking. The parking fee is very convenient. The service attitude is super good. The room is also very nice! Great location, very close to the place; the hotel is full of small cartoon details of Tintin too cute and spicy! It’s a veteran European luxury hotel. Love is love! The only downside is that there is no view from the window, and it is blocked by the tall buildings in the Grand Place (maybe other rooms are not like this). I heard that this year will open in Shanghai. I have to look forward to it!
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FromUS$268
4/567 Reviews
This hotel is superb, the receptionist is polite, the English communication is smooth, the room is large, the bathroom and the bathroom are independent. Separate shower and bathtub There is also a separate double electric sauna. The location is OK, we took a taxi from Brussels MIDI train station here, 9.2 euros €, and walk for 20 minutes. Walk to the Louise Metro for 5 minutes. The downtown area of Brussels is small, the main attractions are concentrated around the Grand Place, we are walking along the way, slowly enjoying the scenery. There is a small Carrefour supermarket not far from the left and right sides of the hotel. It’s convenient to buy something, but it’s closed at eight in the evening. #房清洁# #fully equipped#
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FromUS$107
4.9/566 Reviews
This hotel is in serious need of remodeling. Furniture is used, looks and feels tired and old, floors - especially in room bathroom - look dirty, shower in a bathtub into which you must climb and with plastic curtain with little room for you to move (when wet, curtain "grabs" you), low water flow and pressure. Closet doors squeaky and difficult to open/close. few AC plugs available to charge PC and phone. On 2nd night cold water was shut off. In morning, it was still off. Reception took 40 minutes to finally give me access to another room with working shower, I got to my appointment late. Toilet tank malfunctioning, starting 2nd day I had to fill it by hand by using wastebasket in bathroom. No sewing kit, no slippers, no toothbrush kit. My room (509) was on back side of hotel with no traffic noise and very quiet - this is great - but had a door to the next room. Could clearly hear the person in the other room speak, cough, sneeze and else ... I assume he could hear me just the same. Room door literally slams shut with a "bang" - very annoying if you're sleeping. Personnel was friendly and available, breakfast OK for my needs. Location is good with parking on street, free between 18:00 and 9:00 hours. Saw other reviews about hotel in need of renovation. Hope owners will do it soon and I'll come back also.
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FromUS$90
3.8/542 Reviews
Central Brussels
Nearly 500 price summer bookings, about 1 km from the attractions, walking to the Grand Place is OK, but a little further need to take the subway, or physically weak, you can buy a 24-hour subway ticket, it seems that it is less than 15 Euro Look, the hotel left to go to the subway station and McDonald's, Nordic McDonald's price is slightly more expensive, the basic package is about 10 euros, it is recommended that the hotel to go right to the convenience store to buy a bread, the hotel provides capsule coffee, can store luggage, but It is not possible to check in early and check in time is 3pm. Check-out time is 11 o'clock, because it is not a chain, there is no senior member to send breakfast and late check-out, staying for one day is still ok, the standard of the domestic chain Samsung, there are two bottles of small water, no personal toiletries, please Bring it by yourself.
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FromUS$82
4.6/543 Reviews
Central Brussels
I was very satisfied with all aspects of the hotel. The decoration is good, the front desk is friendly, the location is good, and the rooms are large. When I entered the room, I realized that it was a safety hazard. Be careful! Unfortunately, I was tripped over. The whole man flew out and hit the edge of the stone countertop. He also hit a bloody hole across the sweater. The skin was hurt but it hurts. It's been a day since I didn't dare to touch something on my elbow. The first time I looked for the hotel manager, I didn't apologize actively, until I asked him if there was any explanation, he underlined an I'm sorry. I said just sorry? He came to the room with no sincerity and looked at the scene, saying that all rooms are like this. European warnings are generally posted on glass doors. I said that you do n’t have glass doors. He told me that he could see the steps. Wrestling, this is the first time that happens, I go! Who is not the first time! . . . In short, I could not reason with him in English, and finally it became a safety advice to him, from the beginning to the end there was only one passive sorry. I reported to Ctrip afterwards that the customer service attitude was very good and kept apologizing, saying that they would help me negotiate with the hotel and gave me a little compensation. If you don't mind the safety hazards and don't need to be treated in special situations, you can book. Just a good hotel as long as you don't wrestle
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FromUS$181
4.7/541 Reviews
The hotel is located near the shopping street. Walking past the Ferris wheel is also 500 meters. It is surrounded by shops and restaurants. If you are not used to Western food, there is a Chinese restaurant in the vicinity of Confucius. However, it is a little far from the attraction, and it is very convenient to call and call uber. The room is large with two queen size beds. There is no need for an extra bed with children. When I placed the order, I didn't see any breakfast. It was added to the hotel. The charge is 28 euros, which is quite rich. The hotel has valet parking and you don't have to worry about parking.
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FromUS$205
4.5/543 Reviews
Just at the main entrance of Midi Station, the captain of the Belgian National Railway also lives here. The price is good and convenient There is a large flea market in front of the weekend. Breakfast was generous. Will come again
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FromUS$89
4.3/554 Reviews
It is about 5 minutes walk from Brussels North Station, but the surroundings are not very good. It is recommended to take a taxi if you have luggage to the train station. Breakfast is 20 euros, and the price is not high. It takes about 25 minutes to walk to the main square and peeing children, and you can take bus 46. If you are brave, you can go to Middle East Street to practice your courage. This is a street full of terrorists, haha!
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FromUS$76
4.5/565 Reviews
Central Brussels
Location is too high. You can reach the Grand Place and Brussels Central Station within 5 minutes on foot. The atmosphere is good because the old building is renovated, and the accommodation was on the ground floor, but there was no courtyard, there were windows, and there was no closed feeling. However, the bathroom lighting was not turned on at the time of entry, I asked for a response, but it seemed that there was only one staff, it took about an hour until I got safe, I wanted to leave my luggage and go out immediately Had to wait in the room till then, wasting a little time. No tea set or refrigerator. There was an air conditioner and there was a vent, but there was no remote control in the room. Is it all centralized management?
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FromUS$96
4.8/574 Reviews
Central Brussels
The place is right in the middle of the town. Walking distance to the main square and a lot of options for restaurants around as well. It is right next to a shopping mall if you need to buy anything. The room is well equipped and the staff are very nice!
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FromUS$75
4.8/573 Reviews
Central Brussels
Hotel location is super good. The attractions are all on foot and there is food downstairs. There is also a supermarket not far away. There is parking. Repair the road when we go over there. So I didn't drive in. Can add an extra bed. Bring a 6-year-old child. Free extra bed. Sleep well
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FromUS$198
4.6/543 Reviews
Central Brussels
We booked breakfast without breakfast, it is too expensive in the hotel, in fact, the supermarket can solve it, the supermarket cherries are super delicious, the room is quite big, the hotel is very old but very clean, very close to the north station, at the general speed Walking for up to 10 minutes, the location is very good, the subway bus is nearby, but we have not sat, there is a Chinese restaurant called "Jinlong Hotel" eaten many times, tastes good, the hotel door is out across the road and right turn is commercial And the attractions are all connected, the sights are walking around, reminding: go to the Belgian domestic attractions can take the bus at the North Station, but the international must go to the South Station (Midi), we return to Amsterdam to fly back to the country to go to the flute Take the intercontinental train, rent from the hotel to the MIDI 13.9 Euro, and the taxi starts at 3.2 Euro. By the way, the water quality of the hotel is very poor. We are all buying milk in the supermarket.
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FromUS$135
4.9/542 Reviews
I stayed here on the last day before returning home. The hotel is not bad, the bed is a bit small, the front desk service is not bad, will help to call the car! Opposite the hotel is a street of luxury brands, the shopping environment is quite good, not a lot of people, the goods are quite full ~ there is a very big apple store near the hotel, I am optimistic that many people buy electronic products ~ downstairs There is a small shopping mall ~ not far from the subway, from Paris by train back to Brussels, at the Midi station by subway, two or three stations, take the subway to walk 5 minutes to the hotel! The hotel is a bit far from the Grand Place, but we are the last day so don't go shopping for those points so it doesn't matter!
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FromUS$183
3.8/567 Reviews
I stayed in by chance, because my first decision was another hotel that was closed without having told me anything. It was really a surprise to go there. My stay has been very good. They offered me a very large room, very comfortable and very well equipped. They wouldn't clean the room if you didn't ask for it. However my room was cleaned twice in 6 days. For the first days the breakfast was a picnic that consisted of different things, enough. Afterwards there was a buffet. Highly recommended.
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FromUS$108
4.5/569 Reviews
Central Brussels
The breakfast is rich and convenient. The card that I bought for ten times has not been used up. Because the hotel is very convenient to walk, this hotel is a high-end hotel with high cost.
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FromUS$130
4.3/545 Reviews
Central Brussels
The location is very good! Right in Brussels Square! The boss is also very nice. When we two girls came to check in, they gave me a twin room (although I live alone) and taught us how to use the professional coffee machine at the bar. The room is clean and tidy, and the bathroom is a bit old but does not affect the use. During the epidemic, the restaurant of the hotel will not be open to the public. You can order takeaway or buy it back to eat in the restaurant. The overall price is 55 Euros a night, which is a good deal.
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FromUS$150
4.8/569 Reviews
Central Brussels
a feeling of coming home during the reception when arriving a perfect night in a Wonderfull kingsize bed in complete silence and a perfect breakfast to start a new day with the best wishes when checking out Thanks Leen & André
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FromUS$161
4/572 Reviews
Very good stay experience! The hotel is in a good location, next to the EU Headquarters building. The Kafenio restaurant and PUB opposite are good choices. The interior of the hotel is also very characteristic and the room facilities are normal. Breakfast is ok and check in is quick. The Baylermont area it belongs to is also worth visiting.
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FromUS$82
3.5/545 Reviews
Central Brussels
The location is very good, a few minutes' walk from Manneken Pis, the main square, and about 15 minutes' walk from the Central Railway Station and South Railway Station. The rooms are large, clean, and the front desk staff are warm and kind. Brussels travel to live here is very cost-effective.
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FromUS$66
4.5/558 Reviews
Central Brussels
We stayed for a few nights while checking out Brussels and the Christmas market. Chose this hotel for its location based on its reviews and it didn't disappoint. Minutes walk away from the Grand Place and right next door to a metro stop if you wanted to venture that little bit further away. The Hotel was nice and clean, had a unique decor taste which i really quite liked. The staff were helpful. Room was just as it was pictured, the toilet was interesting, basically stuck in a cupboard! only gripe was our room did not have a view. Faced the rear courtyard and fire escapes of other buildings in the block. Breakfast was included in our price, and offered a good variety of choice. Perfect start to the day. The bar attached i found to be too fucused on gin and customers wanting gin. I fancied a beer and got ignored repeatedly by the woman behind the bar as she was too focused on selling her gin. oh well! Apart from that, we would definitely stay again for the price we paid but will drink else where.
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FromUS$96