Brussels Airport (BRU) – Diegem area hotel

Modern 4-star Hotel near Leidse Square

Modern 4-star Hotel near Leidse Square

Booking Agent Description: A short walk from the fashionable P.C. Hoofstraat shopping district, this modern 4-star hotel sits close to Leidse Square. Hotel highlights include a spa with hammam and sauna, a gym, onsite bar and restaurant and free wifi to keep you connected.What's the big secret? Shhh, we've managed to get you exclusive hotel deals from our leading chain and independent hotel partners. The other guests in the hotel would be jealous if they knew how cheap your room was, so the hotel wants to keep it a secret. Check out our Top Secret Explained video for more details. Don't worry, as soon as the booking has been made we will let you in on the secret - please remember to keep it under your hat. We will also send you an email so you have a record confirming all of your booking details including the name and address of the hotel you have reserved.

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With a range of leisure facilities and conveniently located less than 2 miles away from Brussels National airport, this 4 star Hot Rate Hotel is ideal for guests looking for a relaxing break in Brussels. With efficient transport links close to the property, guests can easily access the city centre to make the most of what Brussels has to offer.

Your Hot Rate Hotel provides guests with a range of excellent facilities, including a convenient and efficient airport shuttle service. The property is located close to a superb tennis court, and guests can also enjoy the property’s private Fitness Centre and swimming pool for your leisure. Guests who are visiting the city on business are welcome to use the Business Centre, and for dining there is also a restaurant on site.

Brussels has a number of parks located around the city, offering visitors with beautiful green spaces to enjoy leisurely walks in. On Rue de la Régence is Petit Sablin Square, which is famous for its 48 Gothic columns that stand in the enclosure of the square. Each column has a bronze statue on top of it, with each depicting trades from times gone by that brought wealth and prosperity to the city. The area was originally a horse market, but was converted towards the end of the 19th century and now contains elegant flower gardens and spectacular fountains, as well as showcasing authentic Flemish neo-renaissance architecture in the form of a monument. The park is easily accessible via public transport, with Parc and Porte de Namur Metro stations within walking distance, as well as various bus and tram stops.

One of the city’s most iconic attractions is the Manneken-Pis, a bronze statue depicting a small boy urinating into a fountain basin. The fountain was created in the first quarter of the 17th century by Hieronymus Dusquesnoy the Elder, and is said to represent the city’s rebellious spirit. The statue managed to survive when the city was bombarded in 1695, and as such has become an important feature of the city. For special occasions the statue is dressed in luxurious clothing, and is said to have a wardrobe of over 1000 pieces. Due to the iconic status of the statue it has often been subject to theft, with the original restored version currently being house at the Mason du Roi on the Grand Place, whilst the current statue on public display was created in 1965.

Enjoy your stay in Brussels!