The milk for the tea/coffee in the room was powdered - but there is a Carrefor mini market 50 meters up the road.
We recently stayed at the Metrapole, 2 doors away but for our return trip the price there was a bit too high.
We are really glad that we tried the Atlanta as it was just as comfortable and just as conveniently located for Brussels Centre.
Thre of us stayed in 2 double rooms. My mum (lone traveller) had a slightly smaller room, while ours was very generously sized.
There were the usual tea/coffee making facilities, but the only downfall was that the milk was powdered - no matter, there is a Carrefor mini market 50 meters up the road.
We didn't eat in the hotel, but has a sneak look around the dinning room on the 9th floor. It has good views and seemed to be laid out for a very generous breakfast.
The staff were as helpful as possible, offering tourist advice and maps to help us get to where we wanted.
One bit of advice particularly the ladies - there are very large areas of Brussels that are cobbled, so you may want to leave the killer heels at home, as kill you they surely will - or at least damage your ankles.
Transportation is good, being only 50 meters from the metro and about a 10 minute walk from the Central rail station - but watch out for luggage with small wheels on the cobble stones.
Even though the location is 'downtown' there is good clothes shopping to be had nearby with the usual chains (including C&A) but also some really good ladies & gents quality clothe stores.
There are plenty of tourist activities nearby, from the Grand Place 5-10 mins away, though if you have time, take the hop-on-hop-off tour busses - 2 routes leave from near the Central Station.
While we are not planning another trip to Brussels anytime soon, this is one hotel where we would stay again.