Top hotels in Brussels
Overlooking one of Brussels’ loveliest squares, this elegant city centre hotel is a short walk from the Avenue Louise, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts and the Parc de Bruxelles. As well as free wi-fi throughout, an Italian restaurant and a bar serving Belgian beers, the hotel offers plenty of benefits for families. These include connecting rooms, a children’s menu, cots and extra beds and a babysitting service. All rooms have soundproofing, a choice of pillows, a minibar and satellite TV.
A short walk from the magnificent Grand Place, is this modern 4-star hotel which offers free wi-fi throughout, a buffet breakfast, massages, room service, a business centre, and cots for babies – you can bring pets too. An open bar where you can help yourself to drinks and light meals, offers an excellent choice for lunch and dinner. All 155 rooms have air conditioning, toiletries, a choice of pillows, a minibar and satellite TV. Book a superior room or junior suite for extra space.
Just a five minute drive from the airport and 15 minutes by train to the centre of town, this hotel is perfect for all types of travellers. Soundproofed rooms guarantee you a peaceful night and you’ll have exciting views of the airport runways. Conference facilities are available to hire and with free wi-fi you’ll always stay connected. Rooms include a TV and air conditioning while the fitness room, sauna and Jacuzzi will help to keep you in shape during your stay.
In the heart of historic Brussels, this Art Deco 5-star hotel is close to the city's beautiful Grand Place. Housed in a 19th century building but full of contemporary comforts, the hotel has a fitness centre as well as a bar, cafe and restaurant, which are very grand places in which to drink and dine. Decorated in a classic style, the hotel's rooms have en suite bathrooms, televisions and wifi access.
Grand Central Apartments is the right in heart of all the main Brussels points of leisure and business – being minutes away from Grand Place, Manneken Pis, Delirium Beer Bar, many chocolate shops and museums. The apartments are also a 10 minutes' walk to the Rogier business area, main shopping street - Rue Neuve and a 10 min drive to the EU Parliament district. This property is completely renovated and offers 19 magnificent apartments, ranging from 60 to 108 square metres, spread over 5 floors. Full equipped kitchens and stylish bedrooms. Some of them with a terrace overlooking the city. For stays of 8 nights or more, a weekly cleaning service is included. For stays up to 7 nights, an optional cleaning service is available on request at an additional cost (15€/daily).
This modern 5-star hotel near the exclusive Avenue Louise is a great place for a stylish stay while exploring everything Brussels has to offer. Relax on the hotel’s terrace, in the garden, or in the gym and sauna, before enjoying a meal in the elegant surroundings of the on-site restaurant. Marble-finished en suites can be foudn in every room, as well as on-demand TV, air conditioning and internet access.
Within easy walking distance of the picturesque Grand Place and from the central station, this chic 4-star hotel is right in the heart of Brussels. Drawing inspiration from the building's past life, the hotel is full of beautiful contemporary design, and there is a fitness centre on-site, with spa and sauna, as comfortable lounge bar and restaurant. Free wifi is available throughout the hotel, and rooms have private bathrooms, tea and coffee facilities and air conditioning for your comfort.
Splashes of colour enliven the simple, neutral décor of this 4-star hotel, next to the exclusive shops and restaurants of the Avenue Louise and within walking distance of the Parc de Bruxelles, Royal Palace, Palais de Justice and Place du Grand Sablon. All rooms boast great views of the city along with cable TV, a sofa bed, and free wi-fi. Within the hotel there’s the Chez Louise bar-brasserie, serving Belgian and international dishes, a 24-hour fitness suite and meeting and function rooms.
Cheap Hotels in Brussels
The hotel is just a 5-minute drive away from the centre of Brussels and 15 km from Brussels-National Airport, while nearby places of interest include Parque de Bruselas (2 km away) and Place de la Chapelle (a 15-minute walk from the hotel). This cosy city hotel consists of comfortable rooms. Guests are welcomed in the lobby. There is a supermarket on-site and guests can start their day in the breakfast room.
A characterful and contemporary place to stay, the Train Hostel captures the romance of the railway, and is found by the Train World Museum and Schaerbeek station. Combining modern architecture with several antique sleeper train carriages, the hostel offers a library and a dining room. The hostel’s shared and private rooms all offer authentic train-style furnishings, private shower rooms with toilets and toiletries and free wi-fi access. Concerning the Room Category "Real Train compartment" : Spend a dream night in an authentic 4 m² train cabin, completely renovated in the style of traditional sleeper trains, inside the hotel. For individual travelers, families and groups. We guarantee you a night anything but ordinary ...Don't forget to bring your sleeping bag - if you forget we can always provide it at the reception (€ 15 for rental - € 27 for sale).Shower rooms and toilets are shared only between train passengers.
The easyHotel Brussels City Centre offers comfortable, budget rooms in the heart of Brussels. All rooms are equipped with private bathroom facilities, air-conditioning, free wi-fi and a TV. The reception of the hotel is open 24-hours, to provide any assistance during your stay. A great choice for both business and tourist travellers, the city’s main shopping areas and the cultural district are only a few metres away, or you can take a stroll to see the famous Manneken Pis, and St Michael and St Gudula Cathedral.
The spirit of the renovation focused on the maximum number of elements left from the original epoch being refined to reconstitute the cinemagraphic ambience of the 1930s decor. The room count remains the same at 51, and the emblematic elements of a ‘rendez-vous’ hotel have been conserved; a double lift, one to go upstairs, one to get downstairs, as not to see nor be seen, open bathrooms, and suggestive decoration such as mirrors bordering the bathtubs. On the ground floor, a restaurant is open to guests and to the public, it is a collaboration with Vincenzo Marino from a famous belgium restaurant Vini Divini. The hotel also has a bar with a handful of alcoves decorated as a nod to the hotel’s past history. Inspired by the past of the hotel, the designer wanted to infuse a little mystery tinged with eroticism; each room recalls the beauty and the history of Le Berger’s original era. Hotel le Berger is a modern day haven; a little piece of the past in the midst of modern uproar. It has been designed to invite inside; to offer guests a stay at a hotel with an unsurpassable, mythic ambience paired artfully with all the modern comforts.
The Theater Hotel Brussels, situated in the heart of Brussels, is perfectly placed for the city’s business centre, shopping districts and cultural sites. The brand new rooms are comfortable, bright and spacious, ideal for a memorable stay in Brussels. The hotel provides a wide choice of rooms whether it is a single room or a four person suite to meet your accommodation requirements. The design rooms provide free Wi-Fi access, a flat-screen TV, a private bathroom and a large wardrobe. The reception hours are from 7am to 11pm. The check-in should be done during those hours.
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Hotels in Brussels
Dating back to the 10th century, Brussels is now a thriving modern city and European melting pot, where French and Dutch languages and cultures combine to create a unique character. With many cheap Brussels hotels being found in the heart of the city, it's easy to immerse yourself in its history. Â
Mussels in Brussels
Taste the real flavour of Brussels with some moules-frites in one of the seafood restaurants around the Rue Sainte Catherine, such as the Noordzee Mer du Nord, known for its traditional atmosphere and incredible range of fish and shellfish. Afterwards treat yourself to something sweet with a genuine Belgian waffle from a vendor by the iconic Mannekin-Pis, or for something a bit more unusual, we love the apple and cinnamon flavoured waffles at Vitalgaufre. And Brussels really takes its chocolate seriously, with the sophisticated selections at Laurent Gaubaud being expertly paired with coffee and wine.
Culture and comics
Housed within a former department store, the Belgian Comic Strip Centre celebrates comic book history, and Brussels' most famous (fictional) son, Tintin. There are also plenty of more traditional art galleries in the city, including the Musees Royaux des Beaux Arts de Belgique, whose collection includes works by Bosch and Brueghel.
Pubs and clubs
Where better to enjoy a Belgian beer than in one of Brussels' traditional bars? Many of the city's drinking spots are wonderfully historic, and Au Bon Vieux Temps, dating back to 1695, has beautiful stained glass windows and a carefully curated drinks menu. If you're looking for something a bit trendier wander down to Place Saint Gery, a lively square that's near several Brussels hotels, and try Mappa Mundo's delectable daiquiris.
The Belgians might have a (somewhat deserved) reputation for being jazz-lovers â€“ Bonnefooi is a cool place to go if you're into that â€“ but Brussels also has a buzzing electronic music scene, and the former church Spirito Martini might be one of the most inspirational clubs in the world.
Medieval to modern
The city has had a fairly turbulent history, and this is on show in its mix of architecture, and reflected by the choice of hotels in Brussels, which span the classic to the contemporary. The city is perhaps best known for its Art Nouveau style, which you can find out more about at the Museum Horta. Brussels' central square, the Grand Place, is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its 17th century architecture, and you can walk down narrow medieval streets in the Uccle area.
Christmas comes early
From late November to early January, the Christmas Market takes over much of Brussels' centre, with the city's buildings beautifully decorated and illuminated. Among the vast collection of stalls, you'll find plenty of gift ideas, and there's also a Ferris wheel and ice-skating rink. A stay in a cheap hotel in Brussels is an ideal way to get in the festive spirit.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Brussels
What are the most booked hotels in Brussels?One of the best hotels to stay in Brussels is Grand Central Apartments.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Brussels?Midi Station Hotel in Brussels offers one night in a double room at the price of £29.
If I want to stay in the center of Brussels, which hotels shall I consider?Apartmentsapart Brussels, Aparthotel Adagio Brussels Grand Place and Novotel Brussels City Centre are located in the central neighborhood of Brussels.
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