Brussels West – Anderlecht area hotel

Brussels West – Anderlecht area hotel

Brussels West – Anderlecht area hotel

Located south west of the city centre and close to a number of top attractions, this 3 star Hot Rate Hotel provides guests with a range of business and leisure facilities.

The property is situated just over 15km away from Brussels National airport, with the property easily accessible via public transport and for those with private transport there is free parking available on site for your convenience. Guests have access to high speed Internet free of charge for the duration of your stay, and the property also provides guests access to a self-service laundry area. For your leisure your Hot Rate Hotel has a well-equipped Fitness Centre, and for guests visiting the city on business there is a professional Business Centre also available on site. The property is also conveniently located just a short distance away from one of the city’s top golf courses, allowing you to make the most of the beautiful scenery and work on your game.

Closely located near to your Hot Rate Hotel is the beautiful Parc Astrid, which was first inaugurated in August 1911. The park is named after the former Queen of Belgium, Astrid of Sweden, whose grandson is the current King of the Belgians, Phillipe. The park contains a large lake and beautiful water features, making it a great spot for relaxing walks if you want to escape the busier city centre. There are also a number of excellent pubs and restaurants within walking distance, and smaller cafés are easy to find as well.

Located within the park is the home of one of Belgium and Europe’s most famous football teams, R.S.C Anderlecht, who play at the Constant Vanden Stock Stadium. The stadium has previously hosted games for the Belgian national football team, and was also a host stadium for the UEFA European Champions in 1972, where it hosted a match between Hungary and the Soviet Union. Currently the ground holds just over 28,000 supporters, with almost 7,000 of these in standing areas, but in European competitions these areas are not available for supporters to use. When the ground was first opened in 1918 it was named after the first President of the club, Emile Versé, but after redevelopment in the 1980s the ground was given its current name in honour of the new President. If you are hoping to catch a game during your visit to Brussels be sure to book in advance, as matches often sell out.

Have a fantastic time in Brussels!