Accommodation in Brussels
Comfort and convenience
Brussels is a real melting pot of cultures, with an eclectic assortment of landmarks, eateries and nightlife all squeezed into the city centre. Downtown hotels offer you the convenience of exploring the best the city has to offer, with a number of affordable options like the Best Western, Citadines and Ibis all located within steps of the famed Grand Place.
The central shopping district of Rue Neuve is a retail paradise where high-end retailers stand dotted among bespoke boutiques. The wellness centre and Flemish restaurant at nearby Hilton Brussels City are perfect for shopaholics to recharge and refuel in between outings.
Lay back in the lap of luxury
If it’s 5-star style that you’re seeking, Brussels has luxury hotels by the dozen. Hotel Le Chatelain enjoys a peaceful garden setting mere steps from Avenue Louise. Classic and elegant, the hotel offers divine suites, gourmet cuisine and state-of-the-art amenities.
The Dominican, once a 15th-Century abbey, is now a fine example of contemporary chic, with interiors a modern interpretation of the site’s old cloisters. Suites present first-class comfort, and the stylish lounges are perfect for an afternoon rendezvous.
A space to spread out in
Extended stays in Brussels call for a self-contained apartment to spread out and feel at home in after a day traversing the cobblestones. Whether you’re looking for a spacious family-sized abode or a luxurious residence, there’s a great range of aparthotels to choose from.
B-Apartments enjoy five key locations around the city centre close to attractions, shopping and dining. The self-contained rooms range in style and size but all across the five properties offer the same great service and comfort. Affordable, convenient and trendy, AXL FlatHotel Brussels near Avenue Louise is another great option for a self-catered stay.