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A Guide to Conferences in Brussels

When it comes to the world of corporate events, conferences are as big as it gets. It might be the case that you need a point in the right direction to get you started. So without further ado, we present you with this guide to conferences in Brussels. And if you have any unanswered questions, just ask our experts!

The Best Areas in Brussels for Conferences

  • Ixelles – Ixelles is a vision of culture in the southeast of Brussels. From the many art nouveau buildings to the jazz cafes and the Flagey cultural centre, its rhythm is undeniable. Conferences venues in Ixelles are generally of an industrial or artistic nature, generally in a modest size.
  • Dansaert – Dansaert is a gentrification  success story. What was once a Dutch-speaking industrial neighbourhood is now a thriving international area home to designers, entrepreneurs, creatives and innovators of all sorts. Conference venues here reflect changing faces of the area, starting with charming rustic spaces and culminating in cutting edge modernism.
  • Molenbeek – Molenbeek is the shortened name for the area Molenbeek-Saint-Jean/Sint-Jans-Molenbeek. It’s got the stunning Canal de Bruxelles, lots of gorgeous murals, green parks, and a booming brewery that defines a charming slice of urban life. Conference venues here are repurposed industrial venues with lots of character.


Brussels has a fully integrated public transport system run by STIB. The quickest way to get around the city is via the metro. After that, they offer travel by train, bus, and tram too. You can easily ride with a quick contactless payment of €2.50 per single (€2.50 if bought in advance). And for further savings, a 1-day card costs €7.50 and gives you unlimited rides on all STIB services. If you fancy a cycle, then Brussels is a decent place to be. The streets are vast and will often have a designated cycle path. Villo bikes are available to rent for €7 per hour or €15 per day. And if you would like some electrical assistance, then you can rent a Billy Bike. A bike-sharing system where all you need is a smartphone to unlock it and ride away!


Public Transport
    • Buses: 348, 59, 71.
    • Train: IC, S4, S5, S8, S9.
    • Tram: 92.
    • Metro: 2.
Secure Parking Garages in the Ixelles
    • BePark – Parking Maison Communale d’Ixelles – Chaussée d’Ixelles 213
    • BePark – Parking Lesbroussart – Rue de Hennin 18


Public Transport
    • Buses: 48, 86, 95.
    • Metro: 5.
    • Tram: 3, 4.
    • Train: IC, P, S2, S3, S6.
Secure Parking Garages in Dansaert
    • Q Park Dansaert – Place du Nouveau Marché aux Grains 2
    • Be Park – Rue Paul Devaux 8.


Public Transport
    • Buses: 129, 87.
    • Metro: 2, 5, 6.
    • Train: S10.
Secure Parking Garages in Molenbeek
    • Be Park – Parking Square Jacques Brel.
    • Be Park – Parking Gare de Bruxelles-Ouest.

Advertising and Local Sponsorship for Brussels Conferences

Finding sponsorship and funding is a crucial part of running an economically viable conference. It will allow you to offer reduced ticket prices and dream bigger with your budget. Read our guide to growing your event sponsorship to learn more. Of course, Covid-19 has been holding the industry back just a touch. But thankfully, this city isn’t one to roll over. Yes, we’ve all been a bit quieter since the outbreak of Covid-19, but the Visit.Brussels fund is a promise that conferences are coming back to Brussels in a big way. Don’t miss out! And you’d be a fool not to miss Sponsor Live. It is a great event that you need to get along to for fascinating trade secrets and networking opportunities you wouldn’t believe!  

Excellent Catering Services for Conferences in Brussels

Brussels – and Belgium as a whole – has a sparkling cuisine scene. What’s more, each area has its own thing going on. For example, in Dansaert, you’ll find a pronounced and flourishing Asian food culture, with everything from fast food to refined dining up for grabs. Molenbeek is an expansive and diverse area west of the city centre. So you might expect to have equally various and comprehensive options when it comes to cuisine. And yes, you do. Two of the biggest stars of this neighbourhoods cuisine are traditional Belgian fare and Italian. You’ll also find fantastic halal options and Mediterranean food too. And in Ixelles, the three catering kings are the cuisines of Italy, France-Belgium, and Vietnam. We love the healthy mix of lowkey dining and haute gastronomy that keeps locals and visitors alike on their toes. And as a company founded in Brussels herself, our insider tip is the food truck culture. It’s a huge thing here and will be a pretty cool experience for your guests at your next conference. So check out our guide to the best food trucks for hire in Brussels. You’ll see some of our personal office favourites!  

Conference Hotels in Brussels

Hotels in Ixelles
    • Bright Rooms with a Relaxing Finish
      • Prices start from €110
      • Star Rating: 4.3
      • Highlights: Smooth modernist design, WiFi, pets, laundry service, fitness centre and sauna, located in a major train station.
  Hotels in Daensart
    • Sleek and Central Accommodation
      • Prices start from €116
      • Star Rating: 4.5
      • Highlights: Minimalist design, breakfast buffet, complimentary drinks, TV, WiFi.
  Hotels in Molenbeek

FAQ for conference Rooms in Brussels

A conference venue in Brussels can cost between €65 - €115 per hour. This price can vary depending on the number of participants, staff, breakout rooms, catering, and accommodation. Check out our guide to conference planning to ensure you have considered all expenses in your budget. Our City Experts can give you a rough quote based on your event requirements.

Unfortunately, cancellation policies are the jurisdiction of the venues themselves. However, we will always inform you of the appropriate policies when investigating venues with you. As a general rule of thumb, it is rare to see refunds given to events cancelled within two weeks of the given event date.
You’ll usually find that medium-to-large conference venues in Brussels will have one or more breakout rooms. Even smaller conference venues tend to have a breakout room of some description. Regardless, it’s usually possible to construct temporary breakout areas with the use of partitions. Our City Experts can suggest the best configurations for your conference.

We suggest booking a venue with the following available space for a conference of 100 attendees:


Theatre-style = 122m²
Banquet-style = 181.9m²
Cabaret-style = 357.2m²


Your location expert can advise you for alternative space configurations.