Hotels Near Saveurs D'Orient In Brussels

4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.3km from Saveurs D'orient
Stayed here Saturday night while attending a party in Brussels , an excellent en suite room spacious, spotlessly clean and very comfortable. You had your own access to the building and your room a truly novel idea. Located very centrally in Brussels, we met the host the following morning and were served a delicious continental breakfast. Nice places to stay if attending something in Brussels or want a bigger space to explore the city . Totally suited for extended corporate travelers as well
0/53 Reviews
0.37km from Saveurs D'orient
I reserved the Hotel Brussels on-line in a hurry when various nearby alternatives were fully booked and I needed to head to the Eurostar for an overnight stay in Brussels. Only after booking did I see some of the dire reviews on TripAdvisor, but I thought, "Well really, it's 2019, how bad can it be?" All I can tell you, fellow travelers, is - Be afraid, be very afraid. My room can best be described as bizarre. It was laid out over two floors, with a tiny single bed downstairs, and a sort of loft area upstairs with a larger bed. The smell of cigarettes permeating the room was so bad I chose to leave my clothes in my bag rather than risk stinking like an ashtray when I changed into them the next day. The balcony, overlooking a busy Brussels main road, had approximately twenty cigarette butts ground into it, which the hotel cleaning staff had presumably chosen to ignore. Or maybe they just didn't care, which was the vibe given off by everything associated with Hotel Brussels. The room appeared to have not been redecorated, or the carpet replaced, for at least 25 years. Or maybe 50. Th worst was the bathroom. I turned on the tap to brush my teeth, and even with no plug in the sink quickly with water filled as the drain was, presumably, partially blocked. When the water did eventually subside the sink was left full of hairs and it smelled like a toilet. The metallic lever in the tub normally used to change the water between running a bath and a shower was partially missing, so when I turned on the tap water shot straight out of the side of the bath into my legs. It took well over a minute for the cold water to warm up, so I was left toggling the temperature dial back and forth trying to figure out which side was hot. It reminded me of staying in French B&B's back in the 1980's, where the joke was "c" on the taps stood for "cold" and "f" was for "freezing". Except at the Hotel Brussels you don't even get a "c" or an "f" on the tap. Breakfast the next morning was mediocre which, compared to the room was something of a pleasant surprise. All the other guests seemed stunned into silent submission, even the couples, as if we were all so shocked by the sheer awfulness of our rooms we were just counting the seconds until check-out. I avoided the congealed gloop that I believe was bacon and scrambled eggs and played it safe with toast and pastries, which while a little on the firm side did seem like they had at least been cooked that week. The best thing that could happen to Hotel Brussels would be for the health inspectors to condemn it and for it to be demolished and replaced with something useful, like a brand new school or hospital.
4.2/5Very Good12 Reviews
0.64km from Saveurs D'orient
This hotel is OK as a business hotel. I would not recommend it for a tourist visit. The location is next to a light rail stop. Other than that, the location seems to have nothing to recommend it. (This was my first visit to Brussels, and the hotel was booked by my business, so I don’t know why the location was chosen and I would not choose it again.) It is about a 10-15 minute light rail ride from the city center. There are almost no restaurants or shops within easy walking distance. One night I had to buy dinner from the convenience grocery on the corner because there were no restaurants open within a 10 minute walk. Plus it was raining, which I understand is typical. So bring snacks or good rain gear if you want to eat! The housekeeping was not great. My bathtub was not cleaned after the first night and contained dirt and hairs — I hope they were mine! Shower water pressure was non-existent on the morning I left. I was unable to shower, which is fairly troubling before embarking on a long plane trip. So, in case you are keeping score, shower: non-functional; bathtub: dirty; hello, towel bath! Elevator was very slow. One was broken (notice said: three weeks “for your convenience”) and there were only two. I recommend staying on a lower floor so you have a chance of walking up. Walls were thin so I was kept awake by loud neighbor guests. Wall outlets were few and had no universal adapters for international travelers. Free WiFi was good. Receptionist did not provide useful advice about local travel when I asked. I can only guess this hotel doesn’t serve many tourists, only business travelers. If you stay here, you will need to use the light rail to get most places, so buy yourself a ticket, and good luck using those machines! (I found the locals very friendly and helpful in this regard.) Restaurant food was OK with a limited menu, and service was good. No hair conditioner in the room so bring your own!
4.6/5Outstanding11 Reviews
0.66km from Saveurs D'orient
We hadn't stayed at Made in Louise for a while and it was so refreshing to be back. The big plus remains its perfect location in a quiet street 5 minutes away from Place Stephanie and avenue Louise. Our room was very comfortable with Caudalie products. This boutique hotel and its homy size makes it super manageable to handle the current sanitary measures without feeling oppressed by them. Much more relaxing than staying at a crowded large chain hotel. They even managed to maintain the breakfast experience as a super enjoyable moment whilst keeping things very safe. The weather was gorgeous and we ate our breakfast in their superb courtyard. Strongly recommend Made in Louise if you are looking to stay somewhere where you will feel like at home.
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.7km from Saveurs D'orient
I travel to Brussels once or twice a year and this was my first time staying at the Manos Premier Hotel. The location is good, with some cute shops and a nice selection or restaurants in the area. It is not far from the shops on Avenue Louise. The first floor common spaces are beautiful, from the lobby to the breakfast room. The breakfast buffet was very good. The staff was always very accommodating. My room, was a bit of a disappointment. Very tiny and dark. I don't mind the tiny part, but when I can't see well, it is a problem. For instance, the large lamps on the bedside tables had black shades, which contributed to the lighting problem. Plus the window was frosted and added no natural light. There wasn't a secondary lock or chain on the door, which made me a bit nervous, but the elevator is controlled via a medallion attached to the room key so I guess that provides a level of security. I would try this hotel again because of the charm and excellent staff, but would definitely request (and pay for) a larger, brighter room. Most of the staff spoke very good English.
4.2/5Very Good11 Reviews
0.75km from Saveurs D'orient
The outside, doesn’t give this hotel justice, it was really lovely. The receptionist was very friendly and willing to help and give us advice on the area, as well as giving us a map of how to get to the sight seeing areas. The rooms were clean tidy and very large, great shower and with lovely tiles everything you could want even a telephone by the toilet !!! The bed was enormous ( seemed larger than a large king ) and very comfy. There was a lift to each floor or stairs which were very narrow, but usable. The hotel is local to a lot of the areas for sight seeing, also near shops. The breakfast in the hotel had a good selection from hot to cold food with various drinks. A nice lounge area to sit if you wanted a rest and a drink. Parking is available at for a fee.
4.4/5Excellent14 Reviews
0.79km from Saveurs D'orient
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.
4.5/5Excellent12 Reviews
0.87km from Saveurs D'orient
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#
4.3/5Excellent14 Reviews
0.89km from Saveurs D'orient
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....
4.4/5Excellent11 Reviews
0.94km from Saveurs D'orient
Overall, my stay here in September 2019 was excellent. Customer service was great and the interior of hotel was nice. My room was a bit larger than expected, but it was nice. It did have some scuff marks and chipped paint, it was nothing to throw a hissy fit over. Breakfast was included in the room rate. Standard continental fare, but it was good enough to get me going for the day. Plus the free apples in the lobby were a great snack to have when exploring the town. The only issue I really head was the lighting on my floor. It was really dark when exiting the elevator and very hard to see keyhole for door. Also, elevator is very tiny, so if you have large bags, expect to carry them up the stairs.
4.4/5Excellent26 Reviews
1km from Saveurs D'orient
We had a short stay in Steigenberger BRUSSELS. Arrival was perfect and reception staff very good. The classic room is getting outdated but still very comfortable. Breakfast Buffet provided all you need with again a top service minded staff. I give only 4 star because of little bit outdated room but especially because we had problem with a big fashion party in the ballroom under our room 150. When we arrived at midnight there was a note that we could change rooms as the party would end at 2 am. Since we were tired we did not change. Anyway, in the morning staff was well aware of this mistake and compensated this noice proble with a free breakfast and upgrade during next stay (still to be confirmed by mail). Also here, the staff was really top friendly and helpful. Final conclusion : very nice hotel with a very professional staff.
4/5Very Good16 Reviews
1.2km from Saveurs D'orient
This was a short stay of 5 nights, first time at this hotel, one of numerous visits in one of my favourite destinations. My review will be about the room, the location and the service: The Room Rooms in this hotel are very nice, spacious for two people. Well equipped, nicely furnished. Beds were on the hard side, but fine. Room seemed clean and well maintained. The bathroom, while small, was fine by me, with all you expect or need. The Location Don't get turned off by looking at the map - in reality, walking to the Avenue Louise is much closer than it seems. In the vicinity of the hotel you have an abundance of choices for dining - be it Italian, Burgers, fast food, cafe.. you name it. Metro station and Tram are very close, walking to the city centre is not a problem at all. You can easily walk to the Grand Sablon square, with it's wonderful shops (especially Wittamer.. ), to the Mont des Art where you'll find a collective of art museums, including Musee Magritte. The Service Service in this hotel was superb! In my opinion, the real treasure of this establishment are the staff. You can get a more central and chic location, or a fancier room.. but the people we've encountered at the front desk were all exceptional. If we needed answers or just had an occasional chat, they were always very friendly and smiling. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank the lovely staff for a lovely stay, I'm pretty sure I'll see them again.

Hotels Near Saveurs D'Orient In Brussels Review

4.5/541 Reviews
Central Brussels
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.
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4.6/554 Reviews
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.
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4.4/514 Reviews
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.
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4.7/548 Reviews
Central Brussels
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.
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4.6/525 Reviews
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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4.7/531 Reviews
When we arrived for our four night stay, I wasn't sure how things would work out. The decor was a bit odd and our room wasn't ready. Staff were polite however and gave us some water while we waited. A few minutes later, someone showed us to our room. We'd booked a Junior Suite which exceeded all of our expectations. There was a large central room with a sofa/bed (almost like a day bed), a TV, and a bar area where we made many Nespressos. The bar was stocked with waters and some local beer. There was a separate room with a large king bed. This bed was AMAZING. The room also had the largest closet I've ever seen in Europe. You could walk in, store your bags, put some items in drawers or on hangers, dump your junk every night, etc. It was HUGE. Finally, the bathroom was blissful. Huge, marble, gorgeous, wonderful toiletries. The room was generally quiet. Our room overlooked a quiet courtyard and we didn't hear much from other guests. The location of the hotel is perfect. Be sure to cross the street into the park and eat at the little breakfast/lunch cottage in the park. Louise is right next to trams and the subway, but overall Brussels is very walkable. There are grocery stores just steps from the hotel. I'd like to give a con but there really isn't one. Staff weren't necessarily gregariously friendly but they were helpful and polite. We will definitely stay here again in Brussels!
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