If you're looking for budget hotels in Brussels, you have 88 options to choose from, such as Hotel Prestige and Hotel Lambeau. Apartment Art Deco Deuxieme apartment is an affordable choice that will put you within a 10-minute walk of the center. Generation Europe Youth Hostel is an affordable choice that is within a 20-minute walk to Belgian Comic Strip Center. Budget travelers will find a number of hostels like Hostel Louise tucked away in Elsene / Ixelles district of the city.
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Where to stay in Brussels?
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Brussels airports & Subway stations
For short-stay travelers to Brussels there are 8 convenient hotels choices close to Zaventem airport, such as Sheraton Brussels Airport Hotel or Hotel Taormina Brussels Airport. For travelers without a car, select a hotel near one of the Brussels's metro stations, such as Meininger Hotel Brussels City Center, situated 5 minutes' walk from Comte de Flandre - Graaf van Vlaanderen metro station. For hotels in Brussels close to Brussels Central railroad station, book a room at Brussels Marriott Hotel Grand Place, which is 0.4 miles from the station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
In Brussels, several hotels lie within easy reach of the center, including Hotel Belmont with rates starting from 93US$ and Catalonia Grand Place where rates start at 153US$. To be only a 5-minute walk from the city center, stay at Marc B&B. Situated in Sint-Joost-ten-Node district, Thon Hotel Brussels City Centre offers easy access to Notre Dame de la Chapelle and a sauna, a Jacuzzi and billiards.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Brussels
The chic Sint-Pieters-Woluwe / Woluwe-Saint-Pierre district is where you'll find many of the luxury 4-star hotels, such as B-Aparthotel Montgomery. For some chic alternatives, try Hotel Orts and Vintage Hotel Brussels, close to Les Brigittines. There are 4chain hotels near Musee Magritte Museum to pick from, such as Thon Hotel Bristol Stephanie or Thon Residence Florence Aparthotel.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're planning a trip to Brussels, consider staying downtown at apartments like Apartmentsapart Brussels or Brussels Central Flats. Think about staying at Apartment Beflats or B&B La Petite Eclipse, if you'd like to take advantage of staying at B&B. If you're traveling on business in Brussels, think about staying at one of the 37 hotels, such as Hotel Beau Site or Ibis Brussels Centre Gare Midi that feature business facilities. Make sure to choose Zoom Hotel near Horta Museum - a top-rated resort with views of the mountain.
City Guide: Discover the best of Brussels
Brussels could be said to be the center of European politics.
The city doubles as the capital of Belgium and home to the headquarters of the European Union.
This is a city where historic sites sit side-by-side jostling for space with union ministries and office blocks. Often overlooked by tourists, the city still has its' own attractions and charm including a range of diverse architecture from the medieval Grand Place to the postmodern buildings of the EU institutions.
Booked.net can place you in a Brussels hotel from cheap to luxury accommodation as close or a far from the center of the bureaucratic action as you like. As well as a comprehensive selection of hotels in Brussels we provide information on the hotels facilities, photos, maps, and secure reservation forms.
This city runs on world affairs, politics and business, but there is much more to Brussels than just bureaucracy, so take your time and see famous landmarks that include;
- The Royal Palace
- The Atomium a symbolic 103m (338 ft) tall structure made up of nine steel spheres connected by tubes, and forms a model of an iron crystal.
- The Manneken Pis, a bronze fountain of a small peeing boy is a famous tourist attraction and symbol of the city.
To stay near these sights, search for accommodation using the Brussels hotel map at Booked.net.
Its' gateway location and multicultural vibe makes Brussels more than administrative hub, it is a city that tempts visitors with the sweetest chocolate and the strongest beer in Europe.
However, like many parts of Europe it is a city that still bears the scars of World War II.
As a victim of German occupation, the effects of this is visible even today as the city is rebuilt and restored.
European integration and international business have led to increased development and expansion as it plays home to banking headquarters, financial districts and numerous hotels. At Booked.net we have collected direct hotel deals for you, negotiating with hotels to offer you the lowest possible prices.