Have a pleasant stay with this exclusive deal in Brussels! Stay at this delightful 4 star Top Secret Hotel in Brussels for the very best in hospitality, location and accommodation. Situated in the heart of the European District, and close by to the vibrant Ixelles Elsene neighbourhood, the property enjoys the convenience and ease of a short journey to a variety of exciting attractions and places of interest. The extensive list of services and amenities guarantee your stay here will be comfortable and pleasant. If you require transfers to and from the airport, the hotel is able to provide this, as well as onsite underground parking, luggage room and currency exchange.
Each comfortable guest room enjoys the use of a television with pay-per-view movies, high speed internet, climate control and double-glazed windows for a peaceful night’s rest. When you are not out visiting the sites be sure to make use of the leisure facilities such as the fitness centre, gym and sauna.
The nearby Ixelles Elsene corner of the city offers an abundance of trendy restaurants, bars, cafés and shops, or for those keen to experience something more off the beaten track there are also hidden gems among the winding streets in the form of second-hand record shops, quaint bookshops and ethnic eateries. Don’t leave Brussels without visiting the magnificent Grand Place; once a bustling market square where traders came to buy and sell food goods, the now World Heritage Site is home to some outstanding examples of Baroque, Gothic and Louis XIV architecture. Perhaps the most striking is the Town Hall’s tower, which stands tall and proud above the rest and is clearly visible from all corners of the city. If you’re feeling peckish head down one of the smaller alleyways leading off the square where you can find a handful of charming Greek and Turkish restaurants.
Not too far from the Grand Place square you will come across arguably the most visited landmark in the city, the Manneken Pis (which means little pee man in Flemish). The locals have long devised stories and myths surrounding this tiny bronze statue, which in turn has resulted in a number of celebrations and festivals centred on it. Depending on the time of year and the national holiday, it can be seen dressed up in one of its 700 different costumes or even spouting a special Belgian beer!
For a sophisticated and highly cultured evening, catch a performance at Belgium’s most famous opera house, Le Monnaie. As well as opera, there are also performances of theatre, recitals, dance and concerts put on here, or if you simply want to get a closer look at the historic architecture there are tours throughout the day.