Hotels Near Roodebeek In Brussels
1.8km from RoodebeekHaving read some of the negative reviews I was in two minds whether to book here or not, especially with regard to the comments regarding air conditioning! Yes, the rooms are somewhat dated, and very much a throwback to the 1980's, but mine was spotlessly clean, quiet, and a good size for a hotel close to the centre of Bruxelles. There is no air conditioning in the building, but the windows do open and a fan was supplied as standard which brought the temperature down to a reasonable level for sleeping. Reception was open on arrival at 23:20, and the night porter was very amiable, explained how the entry and exit self-service system worked, and showed me to the (well hidden) free guest parking. Breakfast was basic continental, but more than adequate. I certainly would stay here again if I had to visit Bruxelles on my own; my family might want something a bit more fancy!
2.01km from RoodebeekA relaxing stay at the Hotel. Room was comfortable and nice. The Architectural design was nice, Room was huge in my opinion with Separate Bathroom. I would assume the Building has been around for a long while. Decor was good too. Walking distance to Restaurants an example was a Supermarket where I enjoyed Fish for Dinner whilst in there I saw the Largest Stock of Spices. Also there are several other supermarkets which was handy. Breakfast was nice prepared by hard working and nice people. I tend to ensure I’m not too demanding when on vacation. The Hotel is approximately 20 - 25 minutes ride in a Licensed Taxi which was reassuring and safe to the Hotel. It seems to be Standard across Licensed Taxi for safety. I didn’t too much Touristy things as I took it easy at another visit I would explore possibly when it is nice and warm. in my opinion it was nice staying here plus I keep my expectations reasonable as I know that my visit is temporary.
2.26km from RoodebeekThe room is very spacious and nice and though I did not need the kitchenette it is well equipped so for a weeks stay it would be excellent. It even has dishwasher The bed is comfy but I don´t like a double duvet. Nice amenities, not a lot of stuff, just the soaps. The bathtub-shower is not convenient with the glass doors blocking. The bathtub turns in the wrong direction. I stayed two nights and there was not housekeeping in between which was all right as I had just spent the night and not made a mess :-). I don´t know how that is in general. I like the code instead of key card. Just take a photo of the small card with your phone and then you have access. I would recommend the accomodation for people who just need a place to stay. I did not buy breakfast (there is usually something to eat at the meetings/congresses anyway) and I really did not need personnel so it was OK for me that there is not 24/7 service in the lobby.
2.29km from RoodebeekWhile I would agree with other reviews that this is not a 5 star hotel, we’d a very pleasant stay in a great location at a reasonable price. I found the staff very friendly and attentive. The facilities are simply not the standard of a 5 star but neither is the price. Rooms are a good with very comfortable beds. Breakfast was just ok - very limited fresh fruit, bad coffee machine coffee, and almost nothing made to order. In general, hotel is good value forshort stay
2.4km from RoodebeekConvenient transportation, clean and hygienic
Very Good1 Reviews
2.71km from RoodebeekHi all, I have been very happy to be in this hotel, the guys and ladies are very very friendly they help you a lot for any problem. The hotel is cleaned is didn't found any stain in the moquette, there is no air conditioner but is not a problem since in Belgium would be never hot as in Italy or Spain, Breakfast is good and lovely, good coffee as well very high quality The price of the hotel is perfect can be cheaper if you book in advance . I highly to advise to go to this hotel if you need to be near the European Commission, is also near a lot of restaurants and the underground is really near this hotel
2.87km from RoodebeekThis is a good and comfortable hotel that is well situated and remarkably quiet. I have been there the second time, the first time with a room on one of the upper floors to the front, with a view to a park, and the second time with a room on the 8th floor to the back, where one looks down to a quiet green court yard. The rooms are simple and small but functional (I was only missing some extra plugs for charging mobile phone, laptop etc; instead one has to unplug lamps or the kettle), the breakfast ist very good, though not top quality, in a nice room with a view to the garden. Service is friendly and efficient. And the price is reasonable.
3.28km from RoodebeekI was initially planning to stay at the HGI Brussels, but due to the hotel still being closed and they cancelled my reservation, there was no other reasonable priced option for the short one night stay before my flight early next morning. In the end went for this property as it was close to the airport, priced reasonably and added bonus the latest Bonvoy points promo. This is maybe my 3rd or 4th time staying at this property (with last stay maybe 3 years ago - have not been much to Brussels area). Furthermore, I don't really like staying at Courtyards due to their lack of elite benefits - so it's always the last option on my list. Location The property is located close to a residential area, with a couple of shops and a Carrefour supermarket (and their restaurant). Although I did not use it, but from previous stays, there is a tram stop not too far away which does bring you into the city centre. I believe this hotel would normally be also used by Nato visiting officials as the property is quite close to that Nato HQ. There are also several other major multinationals in the area. For those with a car, the hotel has it's own parking facilities (although as usual on the expensive side) but there is also quite a number of street parking available (payable). Check In I did do an online check-in and I was quite happy to see that the hotel offered a digital key (or in Marriott's term - Magic Key). However to my disappointment, I did not get the digital key as they requested me to pass by the desk for identification. I found this rather odd as the key is only available for a personal Bonvoy app holder - so unless your account is comprimised, why would I need to ID again at the front desk. Therefore I suspect that it is either not yet ready at the property and they are just pretending to offer it. I arrived rather late at the property, after 10 pm and the whole area of the hotel (exterior and interior) was like a ghost town, there was maybe just 2-3 persons in the lawn area of the hotel (and not hotel guests). The front desk was initially empty of any associates, but after entering the property someone did come out from the office. As I entered the hotel, there was a sign requesting to wear a face mask - however as I was entering with bags and was about to settle them down in order to get my face mask, the associate shouted to me that I needed to wear a face mask - which I thought was an over-reaction since there was no one in the dimly lit lobby area and they had their plastic separation and I was not even close to the front desk yet. Assuming that they would speak Dutch, I just started off in Dutch to check-in, but did not get any reaction, so switched to French, again no reaction, and in the end only she responded English only. Don't understand why she did not just already establish this in the beginning instead of making me wasting my time. What happened next really amazed me, I had booked a rate with breakfast included
3.62km from RoodebeekThe B-Aparthotel is a popular choice amongst those who need to visit Brussels regularly. The choice is fully justified due to its excellent location near the EU institutions and transport hub. I was happy to have got a room (I booked early) at a good value for money in that neighbourhood. The room was rather large, including a good kitchenette area and a well sized bathroom. This being an Aparthotel, reception staff is not available 24/7 and servicing is not done every day. I had to wait till the next morning to place remarks regarding lighting and a broken toaster in the room (issues that were immediately attended). I noted with some disappointment that the room furniture showed wear and tear (wood chipped away, spots on the carpets, mattress that doesn't seem to fit the bed perfectly etc), but this is not usual in the neighbourhood. There are only 2 lifts for about 90 rooms which means that sometimes one has to wait for a while for the lift, not to mention that it could be used by the cleaning team. I also did not like the very chemical cleaning smell in the lobby. Breakfast is available although I did not avail of it as there are many options (deli shops, grocery stores) in the immediate vicinity. So all in all, not a bad choice for the neighbourhood if you are coming for a longish visit in the EU area in Brussels.
Very Good1 Reviews
3.75km from RoodebeekFollowing a flight cancellation due to stormy weather, Brussels Airlines immediately booked me into this hotel for an overnight stay. Was feeling a little subdued due to the storms making the inbound flight from Oslo my scariest ever. The hotel runs a regular shuttle bus to and from the airport by the way. So when I arrived at the hotel the conditions were miserable with wind howling and rain beating down. I was welcomed the moment I stepped in the door. I was advised not to register immediately but instead get something to eat and drink before the restaurant closes for the night. Great advice! There was also a complimentary self service kiosk where drinks sandwiches and chocolate was available. I'm not sure but this may only have been for those with cancelled flights. So, registered and got to room by midnight knowing I needed to be up again by 06.00 to get my rearranged flight. Totally satisfied with room. Very clean, roomy and with a work desk with get Wi-Fi plugs etc for business visitors. Bathroom was also roomy and spotless. Slept like a log in the comfortable bed. Buffet breakfast had the usual choices and excellent coffee to start the day. Overall a good experience.
3.77km from RoodebeekThe NH Brussels EU Berlaymont is very close to the headquarters of European Commission (EU) and its metro station, Schuman - connects you directly to the Grand Place (Central Station) and Rue Nueve shopping street (De Brouckere station) through line 1 and 5. However you can only find a few restaurants/bars near the hotel. The hotel room and environment are very clean, comfortable and minimalist. The room is quite large and has work desk and small sofa in it. You get a bottle of mineral water, orange juice and Coca Cola for free in your room. The staff is friendly (although initially it did not look very friendly). You should know that the hotel allows you to check out by 3 PM on Sunday. Unfortunately I did not get a chance to try its facility and food. But overall I had a very good experience staying at the hotel.
3.78km from RoodebeekI stayed the past two nights at this hotel while on a business trip in Brussels to the nearby Berlaymont building. It was my first time to stay at Martins Brussels EU hotel, I usually stay at the Thon Hotel but the proximity to the Berlaymont combined with a current mobility issue due to a recent fall made this hotel more attractive to me. Also a colleague had stayed here last year and recommended it. OK, I'll start with the plus points, this is a very attractive hotel, check in was pleasant and very efficient. My room, on the 6th floor was a good size and the bed was big and incredibly comfortable. The location, as mentioned at the start, was particularly convenient for me. Now for the issues. Firstly, my booking had been made for me and pre-paid by an agent of my employer. Therefore, on checking in, I enquired if breakfast was included in my rate and was assured it definitely was. Secondly they charge €15 service for room service! Also the air conditioning, although operating at the lowest temperature available seemed quite ineffective on a very humid night. Therefore, despite the comfortable bed, I slept quite badly due to being very warm. I availed of breakfast the next morning. Due to the afore-mentioned mobility issue, I chose, in the restaurant, to sit at the normal-sized tables in the vicinity of the window out onto the street. The other tables to the rear of the restaurant were high tables with high stools to sit at. Breakfast was good (the juice machine, disappointingly, wasn't working, dispensing only peach juice with the orange and apple juices out of order). When I originally sat down there were two other guests breakfasting in the same part of the restaurant. After a while, they had left and I was alone in the area but then another, female, guest arrived. She had just sat down when a member of waiting staff arrived and called her very loudly telling her he was trying to set up that part of the restaurant for a group and that she would need to leave. He then looked directly at me and said, out loud, "Now my only problem is Madam here"! I immediately told him that there had been two other guests there when I had arrived. He said that the problem was that he hadn't seen me arrive but that I would definitely be the last guest to sit there! I felt quite humiliated by his attitude to me. On my second night I dined in the restaurant with a colleague and it was a very pleasant dinner with very pleasant service so no complaints there. After a second night with a bad sleep due to heat, I packed up and ventured down to reception planning to check out before having my breakfast. That was when I was informed that breakfast, in fact, was NOT included in my rate. I protested this pointing out that I had been informed at check-in that it was. I stated that I wouldn't have opted for a hotel breakfast if I had known it wasn't included. However I was told that receptionist at check in had misinformed me and that I'd have to
Hotels Near Roodebeek In Brussels Review
Everything is clean, rooms are silent, clean and I slept very well. Breakfast has everything I need and not so much different things that you can not decide what to eat / drink. I missed nothing. The service is perfect, they are doing a great job and arn't too serious if you don't be too serious as well. Speaking perfectly english so I had no problem to communicate.
All over a nice stay for a Brussels visit and leisure trip. Spacious rooms with the new urban Flair concept chique. The rooms facing the street are noisy and loud, we stayed trough the weekend and after trams passing by the street was busy with volks enjoying a night out causing the necessary noise. This was till early morning. So ask for a backside facing room. The pillows are flimsy and thin but the bed firm and a good sleep if we had a better pillow. The next day we asked for extra set of towels and pillow and we got them quickly and without discussion. The Hotel is very close to the high streets of Louise ans in vibrant neighbourhood Close to most main attractions and access to public transport. We did enjoyed our stay very much but several small issues during the stay made me decide i would choose another hotel next time....
Our visit coincided with the outbreak of COVID19, so restrictive measures were being applied throughout our stay. The hotel staff were all professional & friendly. They spoke very good English. The bedroom was compact but adequate. The bathroom had a bath/shower which was good for a soak after a long day walking. A hard wired hair dryer comes as standard; as does a safe. Be aware that the hotel only provides a breakfast menu. That said, it is but a very short stroll to the Grand Place where there a numerous cafes, bars and restaurants. The hotel is situated close to rail/tram & bus links. Bruxelles Central station is a 3 minute walk away. There you can catch the metro to the Atomium. Or, you can catch a straight through train to Bruxelles Midi station, or to Bruges.
This is a great airport hotel option with a free airport shuttle service. The Diegem train station is literally right outside the hotel's front door offering quick rail service into the city as well. Be advised, although these good links to the airport and the city exist, the hotel is actually in an office park (ie not much within walking distance). The hotel is also in the midst of a renovation and we were lucky to get a newly renovated room that still looked and smelled brand new. The decor was chic and the room impressive. Only one item of complaint: the air conditioning did not seem to work properly no matter what we did, so it remained on the warm side all night in our room. Did not eat at the restaurant but did have a few drinks at the bar, where the bartenders were friendly and accommodating in multiple languages. Would stay again.
This hotel is nice on the outside but dont be fooled by the outside appearance we were treated with disrespect and overlooked on our appearance and they have ignored complaints still 3 months on. Dont be fooled. The city is lovely and worth the visit but stay away from this hotel . Upon complaining they had a big front saying they would do anything to regain our loyalty only to be ignored for 3 months. The way they have dealt with our cause is absolutely inconsiderate and it has led me to write this review. The rooms are not 4 star rooms like it states. They didnt clean the rooms very well we took pictures of dirt before we left and it was still there when we came back I had to go and take toilet roll from a room service trolley because they didnt top it up the tiles in the bathroom were cracked and lampshades broke. Request for things left unanswered. It almost felt like we were put in to a room that was out of the way of the 'upper class' guests which was complete unfair considering we paid the same amount of money for it. This is not a nice place with unfriendly people.
That I am one of that chocolate addicts is no longer a secret. I know every shop, the staff, the classic pralines and the seasonal collections. Like I said in an earlier post, Brussels in the chocolate capital of the world. The “Salon de Chocolate” just closed its gates again this February over an array of delights. As such, in a spoiled market, what starts to make a difference is the service. And this time in Neuhas Jourdan it was great. It was a rainy (“dogs&cats” pouring type), was trying to find a quick and good box of chocolates and entered without great expectation in the shop incorporated in the Sofitel hotel. The shop assistant appeared instantly and without forcing onto me she explained the new collection, we praised together the classics such as the Caprices and the Manons Cafe. And on my way out she offered in tasting a superb coffee chocolate, as she said “to sweeten the bad weather”. Made my day! Was lovely!
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