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Hotels in Brussels

Hotels in Brussels

Brussels has become a hot destination for city breaks with the Eurostar and the airport giving travellers an easy route into the city of beer, chocolate and theatre. It’s easy to spend your weekend walking around monuments, museums and parks, so your visits to the beer bars are thoroughly well deserved. The city is broken into 19 municipalities, with many playing host to Brussels residents, but a weekend in Brussels is best spent in one of the central hotels. 

Brussels City Centre

The chocolate shops, Place Poelaert and the Grand Place will show you why so many people fall in love with Brussels, especially when the Christmas Markets are on. If you’re able to, splurge on one of the luxurious old hotels surrounding the square for 5 star service, but if not there are plenty of cheaper options around the centre. Beneath the façade of old romantic Renaissance architecture, bars, clubs and beer tasting venues have cropped up within the city centre, so it’s a great place to stay for a weekend with your mates too. 

Saint Gilles

Arriving on the Eurostar? You’ll be coming into Gare du Midi in Saint Gilles, which happens to be surrounded by recognized hotel names. If you venture further out, you can find a few more boutique and budget options closer to the city centre or Louise.


Louise is just southeast of the city centre, and she’s a little quieter at night too – but she makes up for it in the daytime. As soon as you step out of the metro station you’ll see the designer boutiques, sleek bars and contemporary art galleries. It also happens to be popular with Brussels’ business travellers, thanks to the swish suites and recognized hotel names around the area.


Ixelles is like Louise’s cooler older sister. It’s still stylish, but in a way that’s far more backpacker friendly – they’ve got a big student population and the bars and markets to show for it. Rent out an apartment here and spend the weekend drinking good beer, walking round Marche de Chatelaine and squeeze in a visit to Le Belga too. 

European District

This is exactly as it sounds. If you happen to be a civil servant or journalist here to visit Parliament, the European Commission or Council of Ministers, there’s a handful of well recognized 4 – 5 star hotels in this area, usually equipped with a bar and a restaurant too. If you have a spare afternoon here, Palais du Cinquantenaire and the Arc du Cinquantenaire are rather beautiful attractions also worth a visit.