Brussels hotel reviews
Address Rue Berckmans 124 (St. Gilles)
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.)
Address 26, Rue de la Grande-Île (corner of Rue des Riches Claires) (Ste. Catherine)
Nestled on a quiet corner between Place Ste-Catherine and the Grand Place, the two-star Hotel Le Chantecler is a basic 14-room hotel with reasonable rates and a noise-free atmosphere.
Address Bd. Adolphe Max 107 (Near Gare du Nord)
The Max Hotel, situated on a busy shopping street in central Brussels, is a cool, modern and unapologetically basic budget hotel. Though technically a one-star hotel (quote the Web site: “who cares?”), its uncluttered design easily exceeds those of most two- and three-star establishments. It’s also super-clean and comfortable—not to mention conveniently located.
Address Boulevard Emile Jacqmain 110 (Ste. Catherine)
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.
Address 1 Place Loix (St. Gilles)
The three-star Pantone Hotel is the only hotel in the world built according to the Pantone color categorization system. Situated on a lovely square just a few tram stops from the city center, this colorful establishment provides an affordable base for the stylish.
Address Rue de la Concorde 42 (Ixelles)
The one-star Rembrandt Hotel is a tastefully understated masterpiece. Located just steps from Avenue Louise, this quiet bed and breakfast offers 12 immaculate rooms full of both character and comfort.
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Address Dejoncker 45 (St. Gilles)
Austin Powers would feel right at home in the groovy time capsule that is the three-star Hotel Vintage. Located a mere block from the major thoroughfare of Avenue Louise, the Vintage is an intimate boutique hotel that strikes the right balance between comfort and quirk.
Address Rue d'Angleterre 2 - 20 (Near Gare du Midi)
The three-star Ibis Gare du Midi, which faces Brussels’ main train station, is a mammoth 225-room chain hotel. Orderly and bright, it does what business hotels are supposed to do, offering very clean, comfortable rooms at an appealing rates.
Address Rue Du Lombard 35 (Grand Place)
Combining two-star comfort with the hospitality of a family-run establishment, the Hotel La Legende is a sparkling gem in the heart of the city. Within a 10 minutes’ walk from major tourist attractions and train stations, it provides a good base for both tourists and business traveler.
Address 8-10-12 Rue de la Bourse (Grand Place)
Situated across the street from the Bourse and a few steps from the Grand Place, the Hotel Matignon is a three-star charmer, offering 37 rooms at decent rates. While most of the hotel dates to the 19th century, the Matignon's façade is from the Middle Ages.
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