Very good hotel nice and close to local shops and metro station. Nice quiet location out of he main town but close enough to walk into he main town - approx 20 minutes but if that's too long there is a metro station within a 1 minute walk. Nice spacious, tidy and neat rooms. Would definitely book this hotel if I go back to Brussels. Only down side is the very noisy and not very chilling air conditioning in the rooms.
me and my wife stayed for 2 nights, a lovely nice and clean hotel with friendly staff. very close to most of the famous attractions, besides atomium and mini europe. But metro is literally on walking distance so take the metro to get there :)
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All very good, obviously that's depends how much you pay for, I pay £53/night, booking about 6 weeks in advance, and I think that's a bargain. I would happily pay a little more for this hotel.
Anyway, it looks newly refurbished, room is big and clean. That's my no.1 criteria. It's not quite in the center but only 15min walk. If you prefer, the underground station is right outside. Parking is under the hotel (not free), so whatever your method of travel, it's all convenient.
The street outside is quite busy, and I do feel quite safe walking at night.
There is a bar and restaurant too, although I did not use it.
The only down side is the air con does not seem to work very well and get a bit hot at night. It's that annoying temperature, it's a bit hot for my liking but not bad enough to get the staff to sort it out.
Also there are some noise from the other guest at night at the corridor, only for a short period of time though. Not really the hotel's fault, and I am quite sensitive to noise.
We received a friendly welcome from staff and were given a late check out at no extra cost. The decor is a little tired but the beds were comfortable and the rooms spacious. We missed having tea and coffee making facilities though and had to request a hairdyer. Very reasonably priced for a good location.
Brussels’ smallest district, Saint-Josse-ten-Noode lies north-east of the city centre, near the Botanic Gardens and the Gare du Nord. It’s a lively, densely populated neighbourhood of North African and Turkish communities with lots of young people. Fruit stalls and ethnic restaurants provide plenty of local colour. Cultural happenings take place in La Botanique, an arts centre set in a 19th-century greenhouse.
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