Great deal in a business hotel in the EU district - 4 star - Brussels

4-star contemporary hotel in St Julian’s

4-star contemporary hotel in St Julian’s

Booking Agent Description: Right by the sea, this contemporary 4-star hotel is ideally located for exploring the nightlife of St Julian’s. Relax by the beautiful pool or in the hotel’s spa, and enjoy authentic Mediterranean flavours in the on-site restaurant. Unwind in style in your room, fitted with private bathroom, flat-screen TV and iPod dock.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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For added independence, why not book yourself into one of the guest rooms at this four star Secret Hotel, which come with a kitchenette and dining area for a self catering option. The property also has a garden terrace, sauna and free wifi as well as meeting rooms with fax and photocopying services, should you be travelling for business. This is a great deal in a business hotel in the EU district and is also within prime location of many of the famed sights and attractions.

Whatever time of year you’re visiting, the Grand Place is the hub of the city, seeped in history and home to the exquisite Town Hall, a striking building which steals the show from surrounding buildings. This UNESCO world heritage site is a popular venue for music concerts and events, such as the famous Christmas fair that takes place here annually. During these festivities, the plaza is alight with decorations and carol singers galore- you’ll feel like you’ve been transported to a bygone era. The square is also where the famous Tapis de fleurs takes place every two years in August, a carpet of begonia flowers spread out over 20,000 square feet. This stunning tradition is well worth timing your visit for!

Couples should treat themselves to a relaxing treatment at The Spa Brussels. This five star day spa offers couples massages as well as a sauna cave, steam room, pool and Jacuzzi. Afterwards head to Maison Dandoy for a traditional Belgian Waffle with all the trimmings! These freshly made national treats are said to be some of the best in Brussels, or alternatively pop into one of the homemade chocolate shops such as Pierre Marcolini to take home a tasty souvenir.

In the evening, why not join one of the beer tours, where you can mingle with other travellers and try some of the best local brews in lesser known haunts. If you fancy exploring by yourself, there’s plenty of quirky venues such as Dali’s Bar, complete with lip shaped sofas and surreal memorabilia. Sounds Jazz Club is another good option, and a chance to relax with some live music.

The city is home to a range of theatres, but unless you speak French you might struggle to find something in English. However, La Monnaie is the city’s Opera house so the language here isn’t too important if you want to be entertained with beautiful voices and elaborate costumes. The building itself is of architectural and historical significance, so if you can’t make a show then be sure to book yourself in for a tour!