Pros: Front desk staff was wonderful -- rooms were comfortable.
Cons: Horrible service in restaurant ( being a single female travel likely contributed to this); room was very poorly insulated re:noise. Heard everything all night.
Conveniently located in the heart of Brussels' city center, Rocco Forte Hotel Amigo is adjacent to the La Grande Place and near the city's financial district. Central Station is 500 meters from the hotel.
Located in Upper Town, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Cathedral of St. Michael, Museum of Musical Instruments, and La Grand Place. Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium and Belgian Comic Strip Center are also within 10 minutes.
Pros: Great location. Helpful and friendly staff. Our room was spacious and comfortable.
Cons: The only negative is breakfast is not included. One can choose to pay €27 per person, a hefty price for eggs & toast.
Pros: This hotel was absolutely amazing! My husband and I were road tripping through Europe and stopped in Brussels on a whim. This hotel and city ended up being our absolute favorite. It is a beautiful hotel, with excellent staff, and the facilities are great. We can't wait to travel back and stay at the Dominican again.
Located in the city center, this chic Brussels hotel is just a five-minute walk from the Grand Place and Cathédrale des Sts-Michel-et-Gudule. The Royal Museums of Fine Arts are 0.9 km (0.5 mi) away.
9HOTEL SABLON offers a great location, putting you within just a 10-minute walk of Church of Our Blessed Lady of the Sablon and La Grand Place. You can get a morning swim in at the indoor pool, and the spa tub makes for a relaxing end to the day. Rooms at this upscale hotel offer up nice touches like premium bedding and espresso makers, along with LCD TVs and minibars.
Pros: We thoroughly enjoyed our stay of three nights at the Stanhope. It was a convenient location for walking Brussels, and enhanced time there. The staff was great and accomodating of our needs. We loved our room which was spacious and nicely appointed.
Cons: The only semi-negative thing I can say, is that the bed was quite soft, which was not good for someone with a bad back like me. Also, we asked to have some food heated up, and they said that they would send someone to take care of this for us. They forgot, and we had to call a second time.
Cons: Staff was not helpful, beds were old and not comfortable at all (had two rooms to try since the first one had brown water in the bathroom since it wasn't used for a long time).
Pros: Hotel facilities detail has incorrect information.
According to detail when I book room,
Wifi is available with additional fee (6.95 per day).
However not only wifi, internet connection (LAN) was need additional fee.
If I've known LAN connection was not including room charge, I was not book this hotel.
This is totally incorrect information.
Cons: Hotel must disclose not just wifi, even LAN connection require additional cost.
If this was on hotel detail, I NEVER HAVE BOOKED THIS HOTEL.
Set in a former 19th-century townhouse, the Stanhope Hotel in central Brussels, Belgium, is 3 blocks from the Royal Palace, the European Parliament and the greenery of Parc du Bruxelles. The British-inspired hotel is within.9 miles (1.5 kilometers) of the Grand Place square and boutique-lined Avenue Louise. The Trone Metro Station is a 4-minute walk away and Brussels Airport (BRU) is 9.3 miles (15 kilometres) away.
Classical music plays in the lobby, which recalls historic England with its white columns, sleek floral drapes, palms, and royal busts. Inspired by the Royal Pavilion's banqueting hall in Brighton, Restaurant Brighton is decorated with Asian murals, chandeliers, and fluted columns. Overlooking an ivy-clad courtyard with a pond, the restaurant serves a buffet breakfast, served on weekdays from 7 AM-10 AM and 7:30 AM-noon on weekends, and modern European cuisine for lunch and dinner. Leather chairs flank the fireplace in the polished-oak Library Bar. It serves tea, coffee, drinks, and Belgian beers.
The Stanhope Hotel's 9 conference rooms and other public areas offer complimentary WiFi. Computers in the lobby offer complimentary wired Internet access. The 24-hour fitness center has a gym equipped with weights and cardiovascular machines, a solarium, and a 5-person sauna. Massages are available onsite upon request.
The Stanhope Hotel's 125 air-conditioned guestrooms are decorated in soft creams and pillar-box reds. Rooms feature antique paintings, gilt mirrors, and patterned fabrics. Guests enjoy free Wifi. Rooms also provide digital television, safes, and minibars. Marble bathrooms have telephones, complimentary toiletries, bathrobes, and slippers. Guests are also welcome to store their valuables in the in-room safes.
Cons: Couldn't sleep because of poor noise isolation of room over street
Pros: Location and staff weRe great.
Cons: I was on the second floor and there must be a club directly underneath. I couldn't sleep because the music was throbbing through the room. I had to be up at 5 am so this was disastrous. Not good at all. Not worth it at all.
Pros: I thought the entire staff including housekeeping was very friendly, helpful, courteous, efficient in trying to meet our needs. I had to deal with management couple of times and Dimitros was just great!
Location is excellent, rooms are well lite with all the amenities. I like the idea that every floor is different in color and décor. Also many rooms are not the same. I like the state of the art security system and privacy with the room keys and not being able to access another floor w/your room key. Rooms are comfortable not like some hotel rooms that are very small and crowed.
Cons: I think on the daily basis they should make a slight change in their menu for the buffet breakfast. Everyday it was exactly the same. Breakfast is open 6:15 and they should be ready at 6:15, the hot food was not ready till 6:40, chef was still preparing.
I was with a Globus tour in Amsterdam, Luxemburg and the 2 hotels there had a slight change in their menu.
Radisson should get a sophisticated coffee machine so people can help themselves that way you don't have to ask them for coffee and it would help a busy day.
It was very chaotic, short of staff several days in the breakfast restaurant, , everybody was running around then accidents occurred spilling coffee, crashing plates. Tables were not cleaned off so it was difficult to find a table. I understand that at times understaffing occurs, I think days like this they should have a sign Please wait to be seated, so they could get a table ready for the amt. of customers to be seated. As people were let in freely, we're looking for a clean table and it was difficult to find one so I landed up cleaning my table plus got my own coffee. I felt it was ok to help out a little bit.
They have a ledge anywhere from 2 1/2-3 inches high before going into the bathroom which doesn't make sense why they have it, it serves no purpose and certainly does not help the décor. I think it is very dangerous especially at night. I kicked it on the first day 3 times and then I put a colorful luggage strap on the floor and left the light on.
2 other couples stumbled on it, laid a towel to even it out, taped some paper across as a reminder that the ledge was there.
Cons: Great location
Pros: Its nice clean and in a good location
Cons: I arrived at 13:46 and I was told that check in starts at 15:00 so I was given the room as a favour
Thats the feeling I got
Ideally located in the heart of cultural and historic Brussels, near main shopping area. New art deco styled hotel with 4 room styles, 24 hr room service, 3 restaurants, fitness center, concierge, and indoor parking. 2016/2017 TripAdvisor Hall of Fame-Certificate of Excellence
Hotel Manos Stephanie features a rooftop terrace and puts you within a 15-minute walk of Horta Museum and Church of Our Blessed Lady of the Sablon. Free perks include buffet breakfast, WiFi, and wired Internet. There's also a bar/lounge, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer 24-hour room service and plasma TVs.
Pros: This hotel has mini-suites, which are spacious for Europe. It was clean, right on a cute square with a lot of restaurants, next to The Farm Store for inexpensive fresh goods, and the Metro stop is right in front of it. It is only a short walk to the main squares, but it was quiet enough to relax away from the mayhem.
This family-friendly Brussels aparthotel is located in the historical district, within a 15-minute walk of Place Saint Catherine, La Grand Place, and Belgian Comic Strip Center. Cathedral of St. Michael and Manneken Pis Statue are also within 15 minutes.
Pros: The location is awesome. Very close to the train station. Staff was helpful and friendly. No complaints.
It was a perfect location for two young babies. On a Saturday and Sunday, not too much is open around the hotel, but a 5 minute bus ride took us straight to Sablon within 10 minutes. Also, the Park de Brussels is a lovely place to walk around on the way to the center (which is a 20 minute walk from the hotel). The hotel was very baby-friendly, which was helpful. Room was large and the hotel staff was quick to provide us with two cribs, extra pillows, extra towels, etc... There's a nice little Turkish kebab shop across the street - great for a quick meal to take back up to the room. Bus stop is half a block away and the buses come through frequently. I will definitely be staying at this hotel again the next time my family and I are traveling through Brussels!
Pros: Nice, quiet location (over the weekend). The staff was very friendly, very helpful and extremely accommodating. A special thank you to Anne - she saw we had two young babies and made sure we were able to check in very early.
Cons: The shower in the room didn't drain too well. The positive definitely outweigh this single negative.
Pros: Location and the breakfast buffet.
Cons: Seemed a bit tired and much much smaller than portrayed in the photographs. Also, they had reservation issues at checkin and elevator issues during our entire stay. And the bellman wasn't helpful and downright antagonistic at times.
Pros: The rooms are modern and decorated at a good standard. The staff in the reception are courteous and helpful.
Cons: There are no rooms for smokers. High speed internet is slow.
Discover the difference at the Renaissance Brussels Hotel. We offer a central location in the European Quarter, near famous destinations in the city centre, and an abundance of premium amenities to ensure a rejuvenating visit to Belgium. Surround yourself with style in our modern hotel rooms, which boast a luxurious pillowtop mattress, a flat-screen TV, floor-to-ceiling windows, 24-hour in-room dining and much more. Maintain your workout routine here in Brussels with a cutting-edge fitness centre, a sparkling indoor pool and free fitness classes or savor a taste of Belgium at our renowned Parnasse Bistro. Choose our hotel to host your business meeting or social event; we feature almost 8,000 square feet of newly remodeled venue space and first-rate planning and catering services. In addition, our central placement allows for convenient access to the city's most notable landmarks, such as the Royal Palace of Brussels and Avenue Louise. Contemporary excellence awaits you at the Renaissance Brussels Hotel.
Pros: Location was great - Nice rooms and good breakfast. Hotel is only two blocks to Grand Place. Close to good restaurants and spots for a nice Lambic. Make your own waffle for breakfast.
Pros: Location is super.
Nearby all shopping
Cons: Parking is not free and expensive and not convenient
Pros: Location is good.
Cons: Building is too old.
With four-star sophistication and an outstanding city center location, the Brussels Marriott Hotel Grand Place is ready to make your visit truly special. Step into your elegantly appointed guest room or suite, and enjoy amenities including deluxe pillowtop bedding, high-speed Wi-Fi and 24-hour room service. Reserve one of our upgraded accommodations for extra space, Lounge access and scenic views of Central Brussels. Pay a visit to our on-site fitness center, or stop by Midtown Bar & Grill, our vibrant hotel restaurant, for perfectly prepared steak. If you're hosting a meeting here in the city center, you'll be pleased with our spacious event venues, which total nearly 7,000 square feet; we also offer a full range of planning and catering services for your convenience. And our central location places the best of Brussels at your doorstep; many of the city's best-known attractions are within walking distance. We look forward to making you feel at home here at the Brussels Marriott Hotel Grand Place.
Pros: Cool lobby, good breakfast and friendly staff.
Cons: Fifth floor room a bit odd. I had to hike up to my room via a very dark and narrow staircase. Please increase the lighting behind the door!
Zoom Hotel offers a great location, putting you within a 15-minute walk of Church of Our Blessed Lady of the Sablon and Horta Museum. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and buffet breakfast is available daily. This upscale hotel is also within a short drive of Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium and European Union Parliament Building.
Cons: The wifi in the hotel wouldn't connect with my phone. The hotel is located in a very fashionable district, but with limited dining options. Most importantly the hotel DOES NOT provide airport transport, this was the main reason I booked with them. Any hotel can call a taxi to take you to the airport (at your own cost) that should not qualify as airport transport.
This grand hotel is on trendy Avenue Louise, in the city’s most fashionable shopping district, and within easy reach of the international business district, the Palais Royal, the majestic Grand place, and the headquarters of NATO and the European Union.
When you stay at Vintage Hotel, you'll be within a 15-minute walk of Church of Our Blessed Lady of the Sablon and Horta Museum. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and buffet breakfast is available daily. A terrace and a garden are other highlights, and rooms offer up nice touches like comfy beds with premium linens.
Pros: Very centrally located and close to Grand Place.
Set your bags down and unwind at Novotel. Novotel Brussels Centre Tour Noire is a family friendly hotel, overlooking Saint Catherine's church and is situated in a neighbourhood famous for its seafood restaurants. Natural light and minimalist design make your comfortable room a haven for working or relaxing. Full-length windows and delicious choices at Novotel's breakfast buffet get your day off to a bright start. You will immediately feel at home at Novotel.
Pros: I thought the breakfast was nice, and the beds were comfortable.
Cons: I had to ask to switch my room twice as I found the rooms depressing and not light or big enough. The room temperature was very cold and I had to ask for a space heater. I found some concierges helpful; others not. The food in their restaurant was not good and I had an issue with something I ordered. I also wished they had made laundry service available. The lobby is very cold and shuts down early, and there is no where to have a drink, read and relax. The bathroom smelled very funny, and I could not get them to fix this. I also received no offer of help with my luggage when I called down to say I was checking out. Overall, this hotel needs updating and to be much more cozy, light and guest friendly. There is a lot they could do to improve.
Pros: Staff was very helpful and professional.
Cons: My experience was exceptional. Everything met expectations.
Cons: Wifi was spotty - signal was fine in the bathroom, but not on the bed. Absolutely nothing else to complain about, though.
Grand not only in name but also in comfort, style and location, the Royal Windsor Hotel Grand Place has become the premier hotel amongst refined Belgian visitors. By blending classic charm with luxury amenities that are expected from a Warwick Hotel, guests are treated to the feel of Old World elegance with the added convenience of modern accommodations. The Grand Place, Le Square Convention Centre and Manneken Pis are all but a stone’s throw from the hotel’s doorstep, putting guests in the centre of Belgium’s awe-inspiring architecture and welcoming culture. Whether meeting for important business gatherings or a sumptuous Belgian weekend, it’s all here. Welcome to the Royal Windsor Hotel Grand Place.
Pros: The room was very spacious and the hotel is bright, modern, and clean. Good price but mainly made up of business travelers (we were on our honeymoon). Didn't try the restaurant/bar (Smoods) on the first floor because the priced seemed absurdly high.
Would be great for a longer term business stay because of the separate desk area in the room.
Cons: Not much negative to say. The location is a bit of a hike from the tourist hotspots like the Grand Place. It's close to the Botanique metro station which was convenient but it would have been nicer to have a quicker walk to the city center instead. If you do walk to the city center from the hotel, make sure to walk through the gardens and then down Rue Neuve - it's much nicer than walking between all of the business buildings.
Pros: The room is big for the price we paid. The bar downstairs was nice and the bartenders were friendly and even made us specialty drinks that weren't on the menu
Cons: We got to the room late in the evening, the receptionist gave us our room key. When we got to our room, our key didn't work. This happens sometimes so we weren't too upset. I came back downstairs and told another guy at the desk that we had just arrived and that our key didn't work. He fixed it and apologized, we headed to our room. When we opened the door, a woman shot up out of bed and asked "who's there". I felt terrible. Tried to apologize quickly as I spun out the door. I went back down to the desk and the people working had figured out what happened because the lady I walked in on called the front before we got down. They gave a voucher for 1 free glass of wine or beer and gave us the new key and apologized once more. When I turned to walk away, I realized that the same room that we just interrupted that woman in was still written on the key holder card. I turned and told him "this the same room we just came from". He said "oh, oh, I'm sorry." And gave me the right number. But he almost sent us back to the wrong room a third time. All kinds of other things went wrong while we were there. Loud construction RIGHT outside our window at 6am every morning. We were told we would get a five dollar voucher for the bar for every morning we didn't get our room cleaned and we never got it. 4 days in a row, we didn't want our room cleaned. We didn't care about the voucher, but when we went to the desk to ask for an extra bottle of water for our room (which comes with a free bottle of still water and sparkling every morning if you get it cleaned) the desk attendant said we couldn't have free water if our room hadn't been serviced. But when I mentioned that we never received our vouchers, there was some reason we couldn't get that either. I was so frustrated from no sleep from the construction and all the other issues (many of them too small of importance but also too many to list) that I stopped listening to their reasoning. I had decided that I'll never stay at this hotel again. Which is unfortunate because I had stayed there one night last time I was in Belgium. I didn't have much interaction with the staff as it was another late night. I just needed a bed for the evening. My only complaint was the location was kind of inconvenient but after this experience, i realized the problems are far worse than the location
Pros: We liked the art work in the room and the TV prompter for information
Cons: The staff was really rude when we were checking out. There was a problem with an overcharged credit card and they made it to seem like it was our fault and took forever to fix it. Also the location was close to a bad neighborhood and it was really far from the city center
Pros: Great breakfast simple fresh room decor
Cons: Hotel will not loan adapter most basic thing in most hotel bug charged almost 10€ for one.
Stayed with other hotels in area none does this
Hotel BLOOM! offers 305 air-conditioned, bright and spacious rooms with unique pieces of artwork made by young artists. SmoodS living room, kitchen and music, is all about freedom and music. Relax and enjoy the food that matches your mood. OO! is the exquisite breakfast restaurant which offers an elaborate and healthy breakfast buffet for a fresh start of the day. Private underground parking for +100 cars (rates/hour)FREE WIRELESS INTERNET & FITNESS!
Pros: It had a portable AC unit that was loud and noisy.?it was either hot or cold in the room . Staff was not very friendly or helpful.
Room could have been cleaner.,the plave was tired looking. Not at all beautiful like in the pictures.
Pros: The location of the hotel was great to get to other areas.
Cons: The packing of the hotel has low capacity in the parking garage and the hotel parking lot has no security my car got broken Into and all the items in my trunk and inside me vehicle were stolen.
Dating from the 1930s, Hotel Le Plaza Brussels is close to the Rue Neuve shopping district in central Brussels, Belgium. The Art Deco-style hotel is within one kilometre of the Grand Place, Chocolate Museum, and Manneken Pis. The Rogier metro station and the Brussels North train station are 500 metres away. Brussels Airport is 16 kilometres away.
Hotel Le Plaza Brussels's lobby features carved white marble ceilings, brocaded drapes, and chandeliers. A hot buffet breakfast is served (surcharge) in the breakfast room, decorated in gold and crimson tones with embroidered drapes. This hotel is a smoke-free property.
A large dome painted to depict a blue sky is the centrepiece of L'Esterel restaurant and bar, which features marble panels, arched windows and elaborate stucco work. L'Esterel serves continental cuisine, fine wines and cocktails.
The hotel has a business center and a meeting/conference room that can accommodate up to 800 people. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available. Guests can work out in the fitness center or practise their swing on the rooftop golf simulator.
Hotel Le Plaza Brussels' 190 guestrooms are decorated in soft cream hues and have thick crimson bedspreads, period furnishings, and framed artworks. All rooms feature complimentary wireless Internet access, satellite television, safes, and minibars. The bathrooms offer separate baths and showers and complimentary designer toiletries.
Pros: NH Stephanie is located in the Saint Gilles area of Brussels and located close to many restaurants, fine retailers and the Louise Metro Stop. Definately a GREAT value for the money. We walked everywhere but the Metro, Uber, and Taxi cabs were available if needed.
Cons: It would have been nice to have breakfast included as part of the 10 day stay - Breakfast was 17 Euro ($18.00 USD).
Pros: Amazing staff, great room, clean and modern. Overall great stay. They really helped take care of me, and I couldn't have asked for a better experience. Excellent. And breakfast was amazing too.
Cons: staff, facilities, internet
The facilities were poorly up-kept, the internet was extremely slow and the shower did not work. The staff was incredibly rude and they refused to fix the shower or allow us to change rooms the first day. The first few times we brought up the problem, they insinuated that the shower definitely worked, and that we were too incompetent to operate it. The third time, they finally had someone come up to look at the shower, and of course it was broken. Apparently one staff member's confirmation that our shower was broken was not good enough though, and they had to get another staff member to check the shower [which was still obviously broken] again. This whole process took around an hour of the little time we had in Brussels before we were allowed a new room. Furthermore, even after they acknowledged the broken shower, they were not the least bit apologetic for wasting our time and not believing us in the first place. As a last insult, they tried to charge us for items in the minibar that we did not take. Overall, it would have been a nice stay if there weren't any issues that needed staff help, but if something arises and you need the help of the staff, good luck because you'll need it.
The NH Brussels Stéphanie hotel is situated on a quiet and peaceful side street, yet right in the heart of the upscale Louise shopping district. Just steps away, guests can find luxurious boutiques and fine dining. Meanwhile, Brussels historic city center is only 25 minutes away on foot. Alternatively, Louise metro station is 300 meters away from the hotel and will connect guests to the rest of the city. NH Brussels Stéphanie has 67 contemporary rooms. Each one comes with tea and coffee making facilities and free Wi-Fi. Guests staying on the 6th floor will enjoy the lovely views over the rooftops of Brussels. Each morning, we serve a delicious breakfast buffet. There is something for every taste including fresh breads and pastries, cold cuts, cheeses, fruit, and yogurt. Guests can also wind down with an authentic Belgian beer or their favorite cocktail at our comfy lobby bar with armchairs and booths. If you need a snack any time of the day, there is a 24/7 self-service Open Bar, where you can find hot and cold sandwiches, confectionary, and various beverages. Our staff will be happy to recommend top dining options just steps away from the hotel.
Set down your bags and unwind at Sofitel. Sofitel Brussels Le Louise is a 5-star hotel designed by famous architect Antoine Pinto to reflect light and create a theatrical and stylish atmosphere. Located in the exclusive Avenue Louise area, with the best luxury boutiques, the Grand Sablon and the Grand Place just moments away. Our comfortable rooms, suites and our Crystal Lounge with its beautiful terrace offers an unforgettable traveling experience. Surrealist meeting rooms are available for our guests.
Pros: clean, efficient, comfortable. Reasonable cost if you look for discounted from the hotel's standard room rates. Good Internet access except for capacity to send attachments.
Cons: television had very poor sound quality. could have offered more channels at optional purchase?
Thon Hotel Brussels City Centre is a 15-minute walk from historic Grand Place, the city's central square. Guests can browse La Rue Neuve's shops and cafés along the way. The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium is a 25-minute walk, and Rogier Metro Station is just down the road.