Expert reviews of cheap hotels in Brussels
The best budget hotels in Brussels... inspected and approved.
The Cristea family has run the two-star Hotel A La Grand Cloche Hotel, smack in the center of Brussels, since 1966. This 36-room property is a good value.
Located right behind the City2 Mall, just one block away from a popular shopping street, Sleep Well is a 92-room hostel not far from the hip Sainte Catherine quarter. With in-house concerts and exhibitions, the Sleep Well is a fun place to stay.
The Hotel Les Ecrins is a cozy one-star budget hotel situated in a 19th-Century townhouse in the heart of Ste. Catherine.
The three-star Les Bluets Hotel is more of a friendly guesthouse than it is a hotel. With its rustic charm, amiable proprietor and floral prints, Les Bluets is an ideal hotel for vacationers looking for a piece of old European charm. (It’s kind of like staying with the Belgian aunt you never had.)
Hotel the Moon is a basic two-star Cheapo haven in a super central location.
The Brussels Welcome Home is a 17-room three-star splurge with an unusual theme.
One block south of the Grand Place—and facing Mannekin Pis, La Vielle Lanterne is a small, family-run budget hotel offering six rooms in a pretty four-story brick building.
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Our editors regularly visit, inspect and review affordable hotels, B&Bs and hostels, looking for the best deals in town. Those that we recommend (our “Editor’s Picks”) are all central, clean and cheap (well, for Brussels, that is!).
As the head of the European Union, the city is filled with bureaucrats, business travelers and other be-suited folks, the likes of which can drive hotel rates sky-high. However, this is precisely the kind of challenge that we love—and we’re ready to show you how to bank on affordable travel to Brussels.
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