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Spent 1 night in Brussels with my cousin. Was pleasantly surprised about how nice the hotel was. It was about the same price as a hostel if you wanted to have your own private room and bathroom - so I was glad I went with a hotel instead. The room was clean, modern, and had nice amenities. I just wish it was closer to the city center! But for the price, I was willing to walk. Apparently their breakfast is half off on Sundays, but for 14 euros, I'd rather have breakfast outside.
Everything was pretty much fine. The hotel is within a reasonable walking distance to city centre, very close to the European quarter and has a metro station close-by.
Rooms are in good condition, clean and comfortable.
My only complaint would be that the my bathroom door was faulty, nothing important really although surprising because the hotel seemed fairly new.
Traveller from Bristol,UK
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Very small hotel in a re-purposed residential building. The single room was very small and had no desk, though I could use the window sill as a desk replacement. There is a small CRT TV and a minibar which I did not use. The bathroom was decent and there was a hair dryer. Breakfast is at a large table in the lounge downstairs. The selection was decent though there was no fruit.
Because of a canceled flight we only had one nights stay. When we arrived they had given our room away even though someone from Expedia had spoken with them to make sure the room would still be available since we missed our first nights stay. Thanks to Expedia we were given an upgrade since the hotel gave our room away. The room was very small even for European standards but clean and the front desk manager was very kind. The hotel had a nice quiet location.
Home to most of the institutions of the European Union, the European Quarter’s gleaming glass and steel buildings add an air of sleek modernity to the affluent suburbs east of the Palais Royal. The main landmarks are the EU Council and Berlaymont buildings, and the European Parliament. The stately Cinquantenaire and Léopold parks contain several museums. Square Ambiorix is home to the fine Art Nouveau building, Maison St-Cyr.
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