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Hotel Le Plaza Brussels
4.2/5118 Reviews

Hotel Le Plaza Brussels

Brussel Brussels|0.57km from city centre
I was whisked away to old world opulence as I walked into Le Plaza. The ornate chandelier, intricate carpet, and polished seating created a luxurious atmosphere. I was greeted by a friendly night front desk staff member named Ashley. He checked me in quickly and let me know that I could order something to eat if I was hungry. The elevator ride up to my room was a delight. The hallway was decorated in a vintage style, and my room, 534, felt like a miniature villa. The bathroom was gorgeous, and it had all the amenities I needed. It was a bit of a mix of vintage and modern, with a flat screen TV. The floor-to-ceiling windows let in a lot of natural light, and I woke up feeling luxurious every morning. The food at Le Plaza was delicious. I had breakfast in the hotel restaurant, and it was one of the best meals I've had in a long time. The service was also excellent. I never had to wait long for anything, and the staff was always friendly and attentive. I injured myself during my stay, and Ashley and the other night staff member, Luis, were very helpful. They gave me first aid supplies and helped me get ice for my injury. I was very grateful for their help. Overall, I had a wonderful stay at Le Plaza. The hotel is beautiful, the staff is friendly and helpful, and the food is delicious. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a luxurious and memorable stay. The location of the hotel is great. It's in the heart of the city, close to all the major attractions The hotel offers a variety of room types, so you can find the perfect one for your needs. The hotel has a variety of dining options, so you can find something to suit your taste. I hope this helps!
Rocco Forte Hotel Amigo
4.5/591 Reviews

Rocco Forte Hotel Amigo

Brussel Brussels|0.46km from city centre
We traveled to Brussels on a whim from London, taking Eurostar from St. Pancras to Brussels-Midi. After some research, we were able to procure three nights at the Hotel Amigo; from Midi, the hotel advised us to take a quick local train ride, one stop to Centrale station; which left us only five blocks or so from the Hotel Amigo -- an excellent tip! Unfortunately, we did not count on how difficult it would be to wield large, over-packed suitcases on Brussels' cobblestoned streets and sidewalks. Twenty minutes later - and still a good 20 feet from the hotel driveway - a well-dressed, smiling doorman came running out with words of welcome, having spotted us struggling from afar, to help. This turned out to be Haluk, an angel who was to later make our stay in Brussels and at the Hotel Amigo quite memorable, in his role as concierge. We were pleased with the very quiet (per our request) classic King room on a high floor, with a comfortable bed, good air conditioning and a big, marble-floored bathroom with a luxurious, deep- soaking tub. The Irene Forte bath products were also lovely (the apricot body wash smelled divine). Unfortunately, as with other luxury hotels in Europe, the glass half-door on the shower did not quite keep the water in! Thanks to housekeeping for setting that right every day. As we had not read up on the city, we did not realize that the Amigo is only a block from the Grand Place – a spectacular, historical square of architectural marvels. And while the area is a bit touristy, the hotel is walking distance to most of central Brussels, if you like to walk. Fortunately, Haluk advised us daily on walking routes through the city, to see all the major sights in an order that made perfect sense; this included a weekend market with antique jewelry and a sculpture garden in the Parc de Bruxelles, near the Royal Palace (things we never would have found on our own). We stopped nearby for hot chocolate during a surprise hailstorm – perfect timing! When we asked for good Asian food, Haluk also recommended Fanny Thai - walking distance to the hotel, on a lively street lined with restaurants, with excellent Pan Asian fare and a local crowd (we loved it so much, we ate there several times). These were some of our favorite moments in Brussels; so we were very grateful for his excellent tips! Otherwise, there was only one tiny glitch; somehow, we didn’t realize until the end of our stay that our rate included breakfast! This would have been welcome news; we ate a light meal only once, not realizing we had access to the buffet. A bit confusing, for sure (of course as Brussels is filled with nothing but Belgian waffles, French fries, whipped cream and chocolate, perhaps it’s just as well...). In short, we had a pleasant stay at the Hotel Amigo, and would recommend it to anyone.

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Novotel Brussels City Centre
4.6/541 Reviews

Novotel Brussels City Centre

Brussel Brussels|0.14km from city centre
The airport is about 20 mins from the hotel and cost about EUR46. As we arrived early morning into Brussels, we were able to leave our luggage at the hotel and go for a wonder into the city. The hotel also due to availability allowed earlier check in later in the day which was ideal. The location of the hotel was perfect as we were within 10 mins walking location of all the major tourist sights including Grand Place, Mannekin Pis, Choco Museum as well as some historical stunning Churches, some of which were literally on the other side of the hotel. The hotel is surrounded by many different restaurants and cafes - of all budgets including so many halal options which was a total surprise. There are also supermarkets within walking distance for water/snacks etc. Room was cleaned everyday and all staff were always friendly and attentive. Facilities in the room include tea/coffee making and one bottle of water as well as the standard things. Breakfast - excellent variety, plentiful, fresh and delicious and all staff were very friendly and cheerful especially towards children which was great to see. Worth paying extra to include breakfast. Swimming Pool - small but was ideal and my son enjoyed this, shallow water which is perfect for children. There is also some gaming/fun for children in the lounge. Again due to late evening flight, we were able to leave our luggage and do last minute shopping and a visit to the Choco Museum. We really enjoyed our stay here and would definitely stay here again if we visit Brussels and would highly recommend to anyone visiting the city.

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Grand-Place

Rocco Forte Hotel Amigo
4.5/591 Reviews

Rocco Forte Hotel Amigo

Brussel Brussels|0.09km from Grand-Place
We traveled to Brussels on a whim from London, taking Eurostar from St. Pancras to Brussels-Midi. After some research, we were able to procure three nights at the Hotel Amigo; from Midi, the hotel advised us to take a quick local train ride, one stop to Centrale station; which left us only five blocks or so from the Hotel Amigo -- an excellent tip! Unfortunately, we did not count on how difficult it would be to wield large, over-packed suitcases on Brussels' cobblestoned streets and sidewalks. Twenty minutes later - and still a good 20 feet from the hotel driveway - a well-dressed, smiling doorman came running out with words of welcome, having spotted us struggling from afar, to help. This turned out to be Haluk, an angel who was to later make our stay in Brussels and at the Hotel Amigo quite memorable, in his role as concierge. We were pleased with the very quiet (per our request) classic King room on a high floor, with a comfortable bed, good air conditioning and a big, marble-floored bathroom with a luxurious, deep- soaking tub. The Irene Forte bath products were also lovely (the apricot body wash smelled divine). Unfortunately, as with other luxury hotels in Europe, the glass half-door on the shower did not quite keep the water in! Thanks to housekeeping for setting that right every day. As we had not read up on the city, we did not realize that the Amigo is only a block from the Grand Place – a spectacular, historical square of architectural marvels. And while the area is a bit touristy, the hotel is walking distance to most of central Brussels, if you like to walk. Fortunately, Haluk advised us daily on walking routes through the city, to see all the major sights in an order that made perfect sense; this included a weekend market with antique jewelry and a sculpture garden in the Parc de Bruxelles, near the Royal Palace (things we never would have found on our own). We stopped nearby for hot chocolate during a surprise hailstorm – perfect timing! When we asked for good Asian food, Haluk also recommended Fanny Thai - walking distance to the hotel, on a lively street lined with restaurants, with excellent Pan Asian fare and a local crowd (we loved it so much, we ate there several times). These were some of our favorite moments in Brussels; so we were very grateful for his excellent tips! Otherwise, there was only one tiny glitch; somehow, we didn’t realize until the end of our stay that our rate included breakfast! This would have been welcome news; we ate a light meal only once, not realizing we had access to the buffet. A bit confusing, for sure (of course as Brussels is filled with nothing but Belgian waffles, French fries, whipped cream and chocolate, perhaps it’s just as well...). In short, we had a pleasant stay at the Hotel Amigo, and would recommend it to anyone.

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Manneken Pis

Rocco Forte Hotel Amigo
4.5/591 Reviews

Rocco Forte Hotel Amigo

Brussel Brussels|0.17km from Manneken Pis
We traveled to Brussels on a whim from London, taking Eurostar from St. Pancras to Brussels-Midi. After some research, we were able to procure three nights at the Hotel Amigo; from Midi, the hotel advised us to take a quick local train ride, one stop to Centrale station; which left us only five blocks or so from the Hotel Amigo -- an excellent tip! Unfortunately, we did not count on how difficult it would be to wield large, over-packed suitcases on Brussels' cobblestoned streets and sidewalks. Twenty minutes later - and still a good 20 feet from the hotel driveway - a well-dressed, smiling doorman came running out with words of welcome, having spotted us struggling from afar, to help. This turned out to be Haluk, an angel who was to later make our stay in Brussels and at the Hotel Amigo quite memorable, in his role as concierge. We were pleased with the very quiet (per our request) classic King room on a high floor, with a comfortable bed, good air conditioning and a big, marble-floored bathroom with a luxurious, deep- soaking tub. The Irene Forte bath products were also lovely (the apricot body wash smelled divine). Unfortunately, as with other luxury hotels in Europe, the glass half-door on the shower did not quite keep the water in! Thanks to housekeeping for setting that right every day. As we had not read up on the city, we did not realize that the Amigo is only a block from the Grand Place – a spectacular, historical square of architectural marvels. And while the area is a bit touristy, the hotel is walking distance to most of central Brussels, if you like to walk. Fortunately, Haluk advised us daily on walking routes through the city, to see all the major sights in an order that made perfect sense; this included a weekend market with antique jewelry and a sculpture garden in the Parc de Bruxelles, near the Royal Palace (things we never would have found on our own). We stopped nearby for hot chocolate during a surprise hailstorm – perfect timing! When we asked for good Asian food, Haluk also recommended Fanny Thai - walking distance to the hotel, on a lively street lined with restaurants, with excellent Pan Asian fare and a local crowd (we loved it so much, we ate there several times). These were some of our favorite moments in Brussels; so we were very grateful for his excellent tips! Otherwise, there was only one tiny glitch; somehow, we didn’t realize until the end of our stay that our rate included breakfast! This would have been welcome news; we ate a light meal only once, not realizing we had access to the buffet. A bit confusing, for sure (of course as Brussels is filled with nothing but Belgian waffles, French fries, whipped cream and chocolate, perhaps it’s just as well...). In short, we had a pleasant stay at the Hotel Amigo, and would recommend it to anyone.

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Ibis Brussels Off Grand Place
4.3/5126 Reviews
Brussel
First of all location is great! Just next to basically everything! Hotel itself looked really fresh and nice. It was clean! We had triple room with one single bed and one double bed and it was really spacious! Basically it was almost like two rooms. Bathroom was bit tight but manageable! Breakfast offers wide variety of foods and plus points from the waffles! Few negatives: Air con was really loud in our room but it worked (+30 outside so really necessary), the cleaning did not change the right amount of towels. Also door banging sounds can be heard from the corridor quite easily but these are quite minor issues. All in all I will definitely choose this hotel for my future visits in Brussels! Merci!
Sofitel Brussels Europe
4.5/545 Reviews
Great service at the hotel from the reception to the cocktail bar to the breakfast staff. Rooms we’re comfortable with a comfy bed and all you require for a few nights away. Location was €10 taxi from Centraal Station or a 20min walk through a few lovely parks. Great park on doorstep of hotel with ducks and a large pond and 3-4 min walk from Tootbus stop. Variety of restaurants/places to drink outside of the hotel away from the busy central area.
9Hotel Central
4.2/5101 Reviews
Brussel
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.
New Hotel Charlemagne
3.8/540 Reviews
Excellent hotel with a staff and small care, well located a few meters from the European Commission and from the Schuman Metro/Train Station, with restaurants around. I have been there several times and I will return there without hesi. I strongly recommend ❤️
Ibis Brussels Expo Atomium
3.7/533 Reviews
Personnel de l'hôtel et service au client au top du top. En outre, j'ai passé une plaisir de séjour. Rien à dire sur la chambre. Je vais rester en cet hôtel si je dois retourner dans cet coin de Bruxelles.
Albert Molière
4.3/519 Reviews
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