With a prime location close to the major attractions that Brussels has to offer, this Top Secret Hotel provides guests with comfortable rooms and top facilities to make your stay in the Belgian capital one of luxury.
The property is fully air-conditioned and the 24-hour reception desk offers guests a number of excellent services for your convenience. Here you can utilise the efficient laundry facilities, as well as store any valuables in the safety deposit box, and there is an additional luggage room should you need some extra space for suitcases. For those looking to enjoy a city tour, these can be arranged in advance at the reception desk by the friendly staff.
Bedrooms are decorated in a classical style, offering plenty of space for you to relax and unwind after a busy day of exploring the city. For your entertainment, rooms are equipped with a state of the art cable television, and guests are welcome to use the high-speed Internet connection as well. Kick back and relax with a drink from your very own mini-bar, before enjoying a hot bath in your luxurious en-suite bathroom, complete with complimentary amenities. For great deals next to the Grand Place, look no further.
Brussels is home to the Parc du Cinquantenaire, which was built during the reign of Leopold II in the 19th century. The Parc contains a number of museums housing over 350,000 items including various artworks, historical artefacts and the Autoworld museum houses over 400 motor vehicles from history, one of the biggest collections in Europe. The Arcade du Cinquantenaire arch, built in 1880 to celebrate 50 years of Belgian independence, can also be found here and is a popular tourist attraction throughout the year.
Brussels is widely known for being the home of the European Union Parliament, European Commission, and the European Council, and the Parliament building is open for visitors throughout the year to learn about the institutions that plays such an integral role in European politics and legislation. Tours allow visitors to explore the interactive displays, which provide insight into how the EU works and the role of the Members of European Parliament. The tours are free to enjoy and are available in all 24 languages of the EU, and the building is accessible by bus, underground and train. The EU Quarter as it is known is a great spot to see famous faces on their way to work, and the area has a vibrant atmosphere due to the number of people rushing between meetings!