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A Guide to Hotels in Brussels

Here’s the thing, when it comes to accommodation we don’t do things by half. If you’re doing things on a budget, we respect that. But this is a guide to hotels in Brussels that make a statement. If you need any further advice, just ask one of our local experts.

The Areas For the Best Hotels in Brussels 

Everyone has their own method for choosing a hotel. Some prefer a hotel in a specific area they want to be in, others choose a hotel in proximity to where they need to be, and others choose one on the hotel’s strength alone. There’s no right or wrong way. But if it’s all the same to you, here’s a rundown of the best areas for hotels.

Firstly you have Ixelles. Ixelles is a fabulous blend of busy city life and urban bliss. You have lots of green spaces, charming Art Nouveau buildings, many music venues, and genuinely remarkable restaurants. The hotel scene here is found on the large and enigmatic Avenue Louise.

Then you have the city centre. The centre of Brussels is an enigmatic part of the world. It’s full of old-world charm, gold-leafed buildings, and more things to do than is ever possible over a weekend.

And finally, we recommend the European Quarter. This area has to have many high-quality hotels, as its raison d’etre hosts international dignitaries. Yes, it’s a vibrant and exciting area, thanks to the EU and the Royal Quarter. So expect elegant rooms for you to live your best life.

The Style of Hotels in Brussels 

The luxury hotels in Brussels generally come in three distinct styles. There is the Hygge tradition from Scandinavia that emphasises simplicity and homeliness.

Then there are the contemporary styles that express modern design, innovative materials, and the latest technology, all for your convenience and enjoyment.

And then, of course, you have the classical style. These hotels are the most obvious expression of luxury. Every city has their historical beauties, and Brussels has them from every century. But in the particular case of this city, there is a unique collection of Art Nouvause hotels that can’t be missed.

How To Get There 

Ixelles

  • 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

Centre

  • Public Transport
    • Metro Stations: Gare Centrale, De Brouckère, Parc, Rogier
    • Tram Lines: 4, 3, 51
    • Bus Lines: 29, 65, 63, 66, 95, 38
  • Secure Parking Garages in the City Centre:
    • Parking Dansaert – Place du Nouveau Marché aux Grains, 2
    • Parking Monnaie/Munt – Place de la Monnaie

European Quarter 

  • Public Transport
    • Metro: 1, 5.
    • Tram: 92, 93.
    • Bus Lines: 12, 27, 38, 63, 71.
    • Train: IC, S10, S2, S3.
  • Secure Parking Garages in the EU District:
    • Parking Arlon – Rue D’Arlon, 50
    • Parking Caroly Brussels-Luxembourg Railway Station – Rue Caroly, 36

FAQ for hotel Rooms in Brussels

A hotel in Brussels can cost between €65 - €113 per night. This price can vary depending on the type of room, the hotel’s star rating, and the season. Some hotels have group booking rates. Get in touch with one of our City Experts who can negotiate these rates for you.

Each hotel has different cancellation policies. Generally, you can pay a higher cost to secure a refundable rate. Then the earlier you cancel, the more money you can expect to get back. Non-refundable rates are usually cheaper, but cancellations or rebookings are not possible.

Just get in touch with us! We have plenty of hotels that offer group discounts when booking more than ten rooms. Your City Expert can help you find a hotel close to your event venue and negotiate prices for you. Many of our venues are also partnered with local hotels so they can offer favourable rates.

Hotels in Brussels will typically come with a TV, a safe, Wifi, mini-fridges, hot drinks, and luxury bathrooms as standard. Furthermore, you’ll find that hotels we operate with will offer spa services, gyms, restaurants, and business areas.

This is the jurisdiction of the hotel itself. It is not uncommon for hotels we partner with to offer a tailored concierge service. If you need help or advice navigating the city, our local experts will be happy to hear from you and advise you as best they can.

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