Hotel Queen Anne
Boulevard Emile Jacqmain 110, Brussels, Belgium
Doubles from: $80 to $151
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The three-star Queen Anne is a 60-room budget alternative to design hotels, located close to Sainte Catherine and Gare du Nord. The staff comes across as courteous and professional without trying too hard, and the airy lobby has cozy seating, free Internet stations and a small bar. Best of all, it’s very reasonably priced.
The clean and tidy rooms, though small, do the job nicely. The walls are all white, with occasional floor-to-ceiling photo wallpapers. Each room features a tiny television, a writing desk and a spartan (but sparkling clean) bathroom. The comfy beds are crowned with fluffy duvets.
The busy location puts you close to many shops and major attractions, not to mention a number of restaurants. The nearby Rogier, a subway junction with multiple lines, makes it a breeze to get anywhere in the city. On foot, getting to the heart of stylish Sainte Catherine should take no more than ten minutes. In other words: location, location, location!
Note that lower-floor rooms facing the street may be noisy, as a major traffic artery runs in front of the hotel. And if you’re faint of heart, skip the elevator, which has only two sides. The lift shaft’s walls will slide by you as you ascend. (Or you might as well get used to it—this isn’t unheard of in Belgium.)
Breakfast is included. Wi-Fi is available for an additional fee.
Reviewed by: C H Kwak, EuroCheapo Staff Writer
About this listing: EuroCheapo's editors have researched the Hotel Queen Anne and have included it in our Brussels guide based on its location, room rates, services offered, and user reviews.
- Breakfast Included
- Reception: 24-Hour
- Wi-Fi: Free
- Air conditioning
- Bathroom: Private
- Cable TV
Boulevard Emile Jacqmain 110
Ste. Catherine, Brussels, Belgium
About the Hotel Queen Anne neighborhood
Located a 10-minute walk northwest of the Grand Place, Sainte Catherine area has come a long way from its days a medieval shipping port. Anchored by the imposing Sainte Catherine cathedral and the calm alleys that radiate from it, this is a fast-changing neighborhood where you might see a rundown townhouse holding out against a wave of boutiques, galleries and restaurants.