Experience a family hotel located in the Louise District. This Top Secret Hotel provides guests with excellent facilities and a top location to see all that Brussels has to offer.
Rooms are designed in a modern and contemporary style, offering guests top modern comforts to make your stay as relaxing as possible. Enjoy a drink from your private mini-bar as you watch your favourite shows on the superb cable television, all from the comfort of your bed. Each bedroom allows guests to utilise the high-speed Internet, and there is also a safe for you to store any valuables. The luxurious en-suite bathroom includes a bath and shower, as well as other amenities including a hairdryer so you don’t have to pack your own. The reception desk at the property is open 24 hours a day, and provides services including laundry, dry cleaning, and a free daily newspaper for your convenience. There are also a number of parking spaces available for those arriving by car.
The central square in Brussels, known as the Grand Place, is one of the city’s most iconic attractions and is popular with locals and tourists all year round. The square is completely pedestrianised and contains a number of traditional cafes and bars, as well as the stunning Gothic Hotel de Ville, the town hall. Built in the mid-15th century, this landmark building was the main target of the French bombardment campaign in 1695, but somehow escaped damage unlike the rest of the Grand Place. The Hotel de Ville is open for guided tours throughout the year, which allows visitors an interesting insight into the history of the building and a great way to explore the fabulous interior. Close by you can also find superb food stalls and restaurants, serving fresh fish and other local delicacies to make your taste buds come alive.
For a great way to immerse yourself in Brussels nightlife, the Rue de la Tulipe 28 is home to Sounds Jazz Club, a hugely popular venue that showcases an array of live music throughout the week. Performances include jazz bands, contemporary music and salsa, providing an eclectic range of music to suit a wide range of tastes. Serving a great selection of drinks and nibbles, Sounds is a top spot for those looking for a night out with a touch of style and fun under one roof.
We hope you have a wonderful time in Brussels!
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!
Experience a quiet art nouveau hotel in the city centre. With a superb location close to the main shopping and business districts of the city, this Top Secret Hotel is ideal for those visiting Brussels for business or leisure.
Rooms are fully air-conditioned and offer guests a number of modern comforts to allow you to relax in style. Each room provides guests with high-speed Internet access free of charge, as well as a stunning cable television and radio for your entertainment needs. Guests can enjoy a relaxing bath in the luxurious private en-suite bathroom, which also has facilities including a hairdryer and make-up mirror for your convenience. To help you unwind after a busy day exploring the city, guests can enjoy a refreshing drink from your very own private mini-bar that is provided too.
The property offers guests an excellent room service option, as well as additional services at the 24-hour reception. Here you can find free daily newspapers, as well as services such as laundry and dry cleaning facilities, as well as a safety deposit box for any valuables and a luggage room for your convenience. Guests who are visiting the city on business are welcome to use the fantastic Business Centre, which includes spacious conference rooms and fax machines should you need to use them.
One of the top landmarks in Brussels is the Royal Palace of Belgium, widely considered to be one of the most beautiful official buildings in Europe. Located opposite the Parliament building, the Royal Palace hosts a number of large receptions throughout the year, as well as accommodating foreign Heads of States and the monarchy. Other cultural landmarks in the city include the stunning Cathedral of St Michael and St Guluda, located at the Treurenberg Hill. This beautiful and vibrant building contains a 49-bell carillon, and concerts are often performed on Sundays that showcase the amazing sounds produced by the instrument. The towers stand at over 200ft tall, and the building is often used for national Catholic ceremonies such as royal marriages and state funerals. Inside the building you will find a huge oak pulpit, as well as beautiful stained-glass windows that date back to the 1500s.
One of the most iconic landmarks of the city is the Manneken Pis, a bronze fountain statue that depicts a small boy urinating into the fountain. Largely seen as an amusing tourist attraction, that fountain is often dressed in unusual costumes (many of which have been donated by visiting Heads of State) and draws impressive crowds throughout the year.
We hope you have a wonderful time in Brussels!
Situated in the prestigious Avenue Louise district with beautiful surroundings, this Top Secret Hotel provides visitors with easy access to a range of designer shops, landmark attractions, and a host of bars and restaurants to enjoy!
This eclectic chic hotel in the heart of Brussels has a 24-hour reception desk, where you will find friendly and helpful staff who have fantastic local knowledge and are happy to provide recommendations on what to see during your stay in Brussels. At reception you can find facilities including a car rental desk, valet parking, and tour guides can also be booked from here. The property has an excellent restaurant and lobby bar area, ideal for an evening drink or meal before heading out to explore Brussels at night. Visitors are welcome to use the Wi-Fi access at the property, and there is a safety deposit box should you wish to store any of your valuables here. Bedrooms also have Internet access, and provide plenty of space to make your stay as comfortable and relaxing as possible.
Guests who are visiting Brussels on business can make the most of the fantastic Business Centre available at the property. Here you will find facilities including spacious meeting rooms, secretarial services, and a number of state of the art presentation materials, including audio-visual equipment.
One of the top landmarks in Brussels is the Town Hall, located in the Grand-Place in the city centre. The hall was built in the early 15th century between 1402 and 1420, the Gothic building boasts very impressive architecture that includes a tower that stands at 310ft tall. The architecture also includes a number of statues that depict saints and other historical figures, although the original statues are actually situated in the “King’s House” close by.
Brussels is the home of the Nationale Plantentuin Van Belgie, the National Botanical Gardens. Located 12km north of the downtown area of Brussels, the 93-hectare park is home to almost 20,000 different species of plants, some of which are housed in the 13 greenhouses to be found here. One greenhouse that is particularly popular with visitors was designed in the shape of the king’s crown, first built in 1864. Belgium is renowned for its wide variety of beers, and the Cantillon Brewery makes the ideal trip for beer lovers. The self-guided tours allow you to visit the barrel rooms and to learn about the lambic brewing process, and each tour also includes two taster sessions!
With a picturesque location close to peaceful open parks and a number of cafés, this Top Secret Hotel provides an ideal atmosphere for those looking for a relaxing break in Brussels.
This stylish hotel in Brussels European District provides guests with a number of luxury facilities, including a superb restaurant that prides itself on serving dishes of the highest quality with locally sourced produce. Guests can also take in stunning panoramic views of the city from the rooftop terrace at the property, before heading down to the lobby bar area for a drink in a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. The reception desk is staffed 24 hours a day, and here guests can find services including laundry facilities, currency exchange, car rental, and valet parking.
Rooms are designed in a modern and contemporary style, providing guests with a fantastic space to unwind after a busy day of exploring all that Brussels has to offer. Every room provides high-speed Internet access, as well as a number of other modern comforts to make you feel right at home as soon as you arrive. Guests who are visiting the city on business are welcome to use the property’s Business Centre, which includes superb presentation equipment and spacious meeting rooms. For your leisure there is a state of the art Health Club for guests to enjoy, and here you can treat yourself to a soothing massage to relieve any aches or pains.
Known for its array of cultural institutions, Brussels is the proud home of the Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts (Royal Museums of Fine Arts) providing visitors with a combination of both ancient and modern artworks, allowing you to explore a wide variety of styles and pieces spanning hundreds of years. A visit to Brussels would not be complete without a visit to the Grand Place, a stunning square in the city centre that is home to the Gothic Hotel de Ville (Town Hall) which managed to escape the French bombardment in 1695, despite being a prime target of the campaign. Today in the square you can also find a number of bars and cafes, as well as a selection of designer shops and other historical buildings. Due to the popularity with tourism there are a number of restaurants located close to the Grand Place, but if you fancy trying somewhere a little cheaper then just a 5minute walk down the Rue de Bouchers you will find a number of traditional eateries.
Enjoy your stay in Brussels!
This charming hotel with amazing location is on the Avenue Louise, within a stone’s throw of the centre of Brussels. Inside your hotel, you’ll find a comfortable bedroom with en-suite bathroom and TV, telephone and internet. The staff will do their best to give you a seamless stay with daily housekeeping and options for wake-up calls and a turndown service.
Avenue Louise gives you a path right into the city packed with restaurants and shops close to the hotel. Wander further and explore the squares and markets to find a bustling, new shopping experience. It is here that you can get the best of Belgium’s culinary exploits – and there’s a lot of tasting opportunities too. More upmarket shopping can be found on the Boulevard de Waterloo housing top brands. It is hard to choose from the little chocolate shops in the city, each being unique but the Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate can give you an overview and, more importantly, a demonstration. Choosing beers at the popular stop, the Délirium Café, is hard as there are thousands to try, so many in fact it’s won a World Record.
When the weather is fine, take a stroll around the city’s numerous gardens. The biggest are those belonging to the Royal Palace (you can also look inside). Other gems are the Gardens of the Van Buuren Museum which include a labyrinth, the Botanical Gardens and the Park of Brussels which has enough shows and fountains to keep children busy, but probably not dry! If the weather takes a turn for the worse, enjoy a coffee in a quiet café off the main square or try out any of the city’s countless museums which cater for all tastes; from the Toone Theatre of puppetry, Autoworld and the Comic Strip Museum to the more intellectual Art and History Museum; they are sure to fill the day. The intellectual traveller might enjoy the number of archaeological sites available for viewing in the city, as well as the European district where you can tour the European Parliament.
At night, the city is the place to be with the beautiful architecture of the Cathedral and Town Hall illuminated. Restaurants open late so you can take it all in, meaning you can fit in live music or a theatre performance before dinner. For night owls, there are a number of techno and retro clubs over the city. And with the hotel so close, there is no excuse not to stay out late.
This hotel is evidence that you don’t have to pay top dollar for top quality. For a low price, you get an exceptional view and a comfortable room within the centre of Brussels close to the shopping district. This hotel suits everyone. For the business traveller, there is a business centre, fax machine, printer/photocopying facilities and meeting rooms. If you’re here as a family, laundry, extra beds and cots are available on request. For a romantic retreat, head to the hotel’s sauna or relax in your en-suite bedroom and enjoy the interactive cable television and free internet access.
With a location like this, you won’t be able to miss the shopping – like Brussels’ shopping arcades, some of the oldest in the world. For designers and boutique shops head to Boulevard de Waterloo and Rue Antoine Dansaert, for those looking for a bargain, the shopping street for you is the Rue Neuve. Indulge your senses in the Brussels markets located in the small squares of the city – there you’ll find cheese, cured meats and vivid vegetables. Bring back a taste of Belgium, in the form of exquisite chocolate sold in small shops around the city but buy your beer from the supermarket to catch a bargain.
After a short walk of 1.5km you come to the Royal Palace, seat of the kings and queens of Belgium within Brussels Park. It is a beautiful place to take a romantic stroll or indulge an interest in European history and architectural triumph. For further details head to the Museum of the Dynasty filled with pieces of furniture, art, artefacts and documents dating back hundreds of years concerning the royals. For those who haven’t had their culture fix yet, it is only a kilometre to the Cathedral of St Michel and St Gudula, where you may hear the 49 bells used for Sunday chorus. St Michel and Gudula are also the patron saints of Brussels, and the Cathedral constructed in the 15th C, is a beautiful example of Gothic architecture.
If romance is on the cards, spend some time in Brussels’ botanical gardens. There is a main domed, glass orangery set in a tranquil setting filled with elegant 19th century statues. Then head to the Grand Place, only a kilometre from your hotel, to find a restaurant to suit you on the square. For a grown-up excursion, visit the old brewer’s guild; now a brewing museum; so you can learn about one of Belgium’s most famous exports.
If you like to be in the centre of things, this Secret Hotel is a 4 star nice boutique hotel in the heart of Brussels. Situated in the centre of the city, found close to Avenue Louise within easy reach of the airport and the heart of Brussels. Inside your air conditioned room, you’ll find cable TV, internet, telephone, a safe and mini bar. While the hotel also has gardens, a fitness centre, gym and sauna on offer. If that isn’t enough pampering, a limousine service as well as room service to make your retreat complete. For those on business, the hotel can provide conference rooms to make your trip run smoothly.
Once you’ve settled, follow Avenue Louise toward the city, as one of the city’s major roads, it’s loaded with upmarket shops and restaurants. Straying from this road, you may find yourself in any number of squares; Stéphanie Square or Sély Longchamps Square – history buffs also look out for Baron Sély Longchamps statue on the avenue by the Gestapo headquarters. Follow the stunning architecture, you’ll come to the King’s Garden full of classical statuary and exotic trees. For romantic walks or children orientated runs find time for the Gardens of the Van Buuren Museum and the Botanical Gardens.
Brussels has a large number of museums to suit all tastes, ranging from the Autoworld museum of motorcars and the Comic Strip Museum (for younger and older readers alike) to the Royal Museum of Army and Military History and the Art and History Museum. If you want to see more of the city, use guided walks and tours to take you around monuments and archaeological sites. As the Capital of Europe, you won’t be short on culture, try to fit in the Palace of Justice and the European Parliament for your visitor’s check-list.
The Grand Place buzzes both night and day, overshadowed by the Town Hall and filled with some beautiful architecture, at night, it is lit up with restaurants spilling out onto the plaza for late night dining. There’s a number of techno clubs around the city and Nostalgia blasting out the hits of the 1960s and 1970s. For a tamer but not quieter night, attend one of the city’s live jazz clubs. For a romantic dinner date, you couldn’t be more spoiled for choice and some restaurants stay open late. But don’t forget to visit some of the famous Belgium chocolate shops dotted around the city before you leave!
Experience elegance and comfort next to the European District. The European quarter lies to the east of the city centre, where you’ll find the abode of the European Parliament. Explore the area by using the hotel’s bicycle rental facility, or make the most of your romantic holiday by unwinding using the hotel’s sauna, gym and spa – you can even treat yourself to a massage! Inside your room you’ll find cable television, mini-bar, safe, telephone and complimentary toiletries.
To get the most out of the European district, try to visit the power house of the European Union. The European commission can be visited if you book online first, and is a free and an interesting use of 1-2 hours in the city. If you want to visit at the last minute, the European parliament doesn’t require booking. Even if you just visit for an afternoon, you’ll see a number of familiar faces, TV crews and black cars in amidst the modern architecture. In the eastern most part of the European quarter, lies the Parc de Cinquantenaire – this is the backdrop to the Art and History Museum, Autoworld and the Military Museum as well as the arch built in 1880 commemorating 50 years of Belgian independence.
Mini-Europe is a good option for families visiting with children, containing models of Vesuvius, Big Ben and Venice as well as the modern statue of the Atonium. Brussels’ large selection of museums includes some more unusual examples like Autoworld, displaying a history of motoring, and the comic strip museum, including archives from cartoon hits such as Tintin and the Smurfs. For a real family treat, visit the Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate, something everyone is sure to enjoy! This might also entreat you to indulge in some of Belgium’s famous chocolate shops which can be found dotted about the city. The Royal Theatre Toone will provide an early evening thrill as eight generations of spooky marionettes are paraded in front of you, there’s also a selection of nice Belgian beers!
There’s nothing more romantic than a stroll around the streets of Brussels at night, take a look at the Town Hall in the Grand Place: a beautiful example of gothic architecture which lights up at night to make the square enchantingly modern. A useful Brussels phenomenon is the night restaurant, which serves food and coffee throughout the night. Keeping you awake for Brussels extensive nightlife, there’s a number of techno clubs or why not try a live music venue for a more intimate touch like the Music Village Jazz House.
This 4 star Secret Hotel is in the centre of the beautiful city of Brussels. For a romantic retreat, you can stay in a comfortable air conditioned room with television and mini-bar or head downstairs to the hotel sauna, before going into the city for a quiet meal. Families can enjoy the indoor pool with babysitting available on request. While you may be tempted to stay in, this hotel is so central that you will have no shortage of local attractions to tempt you out. Don’t miss out on this top hotel in central Brussels!
Brussels has many beautiful gardens with elegant statuary, which enchant at any time of the year. The Botanical Gardens and Royal Greenhouses are truly beautiful. If these aren’t open, look for the Gardens of the Van Buuren Museum including ‘the labyrinth’. Combine a visit to the Royal Palace with the Museum of the Dynasty to see the artefacts of the Kings and Queens of Belgium. These are suitable for couples looking for a romantic walk, families who want to give the children somewhere traffic free to run around and for the lone traveller searching for a peaceful haven in the city.
If you find yourself in the gardens of Petit Sablon Square, you might as well start shopping for souvenirs! This square houses a market daily including cheese, meats and fresh flowers (as well as Tintin memorabilia!) These markets pop up in the small squares all over the city. Elegant cocktail bars and comfortable cafés are always located on squares and down side streets, and give a welcome break to your shopping trip. Espace Louise, close to the hotel, is a shopping centre housing an art gallery, which is well worth visiting. To help you choose your purchases, visit the Brewer’s Museum in the old Brewer’s Guild on the Grand Place but buy your beer in the supermarket for a true bargain. The other must see is the Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate, which is small but gives a good demonstration on how to make arguably Brussels’ most famous export.
If you’re visiting with children, try to go to mini-Europe and see the models of Vesuvius, Venice and Big Ben as well as the large Atonium modern art statue. And bring your swimming costumes for a trip to Océade, the capital’s water park which is open all year round. For night owls, the best night out can be found at the Délirium Café which is a couple of metres from the Grand Place and whose list of beers is so long it gained a mention in the Guinness Book of Records.