Brussels, Europe’s capital, enjoys a past as one of the leading cities in North Europe. Strolling around the city you can see a great variety of architecture styles, which go from the impressive and old medieval towers to the neo baroque Grand Place, from the magnificent examples of Flemish Renaissance architecture to the residential Art Nouveau palaces and the beautiful technological post modern buildings of the Parliament District, where the European Union has its headquarters. Brussels is Belgium’s most visited city, followed by Bruges.
The Old Town is divided into two parts: the Lower Town, dominated by the Grand Place, Place Brouckère and the poorest district populated by immigrants; and the Upper Town, once corresponding to the aristocratic area, which is still today full of elegant streets like the Rue Royale, leading to the Place Royale, seat of the main city museums and the beautiful Brussels Park.
Hotel A La Grande Cloche is set in a 19th-century building on Place Rouppe, 250 metres from Anneessens Metro Station. It features a 24-hour reception [...]
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 fit [...]
This Art Deco hotel is centrally located in Brussels' centre, 1800 metres from the Grand Place, Manneken Pis and Rue Neuve Shopping District. Hotel Ch [...]
Located 600 metres from both the Madou and Botanique metro stations, Best Western Hotel Royal Centre offers spacious, charming rooms with free Wi-Fi. [...]
Silken Berlaymont Brussels is located a 5-minute walk from the European Commission and features extensive spa facilities including a fitness centre. T [...]
Maxhotel is a conceptual hotel with design furnishings, at one of Brussels’ central avenues. It features a lounge with 24/7 self-service food and dr [...]
Stephanie is located on the famous Avenue Louise in Brussels, 600 metres from Louise Metro Station. This 4-star hotel has an award-winning restaurant [...]