Places We Love in Brussels

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  • 8.8 Excellent 1,353 reviews

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    Description 9Hotel Sablon lies in a quiet area of Brussels just over a 5-minute walk from both Grand Place and the Manneken Pis Statue. It features free WiFi and free international newspapers.
  • 8.4 Very Good 4,776 reviews

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    Description This luxurious hotel in the heart of Brussels is a 2-minute walk from the Grand-Place and Brussels Central Station. It features free access to the fitness centre and sauna.
  • Alma Grand Place Hotel

    Brussels Center, Brussels

    8.1 Very Good 356 reviews
    Description This hotel lies in the heart of the historical centre, around the block from Grand Place and Manneken Pis. It offers classic accommodation with private bathrooms and a 24-hour front desk.
  • First Euroflat Hotel

    European District, Brussels

    7.9 Good 1,763 reviews

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    Description Situated 100 metres from Schuman Metro Station, First Euroflat Hotels offers rooms with a kitchenette. It features a sauna, a coffee shop and a breakfast room that leads to a spacious garden terrace.
  • Hotel Floris Arlequin Grand-Place

    Brussels Center, Brussels

    8.0 Very Good 2,178 reviews

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    Description Floris Hotel Arlequin Grand Place is located in a pedestrian area, 215 yards from the Grand Place. The breakfast restaurant on the 7th floor offers unique views of the surrounding area.
  • Hotel Noga

    Brussels Center, Brussels

    8.8 Excellent 1,372 reviews
    Description This marine-style hotel is located in the old fish market of the Saint-Catherine district in Brussels. The hotel offers recently renovated rooms and private parking.
Brussels was highly rated for chocolate by 748 guests from the United States!

Chocolate Capital of Europe

Brussels is well-known as the headquarters of many European institutions and is often called the capital of Europe. However, Belgian waffles, beer and chocolate are just a few of the city’s best-known delicacies that can rival its political reputation.

French and Dutch are the city’s two official languages, so all streets and landmarks have two different names: don’t be surprised when you look for Grand Place and end up at Grote Markt!

Don’t miss the famous bronze, aptly named Manneken Pis statue or the futuristic Atomium, a truly unique architectural creation. Wandering through side streets to discover small bookshops, romantic cafés and ethnic restaurants reveals Brussels's charm.

Brussels is a real melting pot of Europe, filled with great museums and art from Memling, Bosch or Rubens, historic breweries and great concert halls. Shopping addicts can visit the world’s first shopping mall, the Saint Hubert Gallery, opened here in 1847.

If you’re arriving at Brussels Airport or South Charleroi Airport, all major attractions are just a short train or bus ride away. Whether you’re looking for a design hotel, a comfortable apartment or a friendly B&B, has something perfect for your trip to Brussels.