Etap Airport Hotel

1 out of 5 stars1 Star

33 Avenue Jean Mermoz, Fleurus, 6220, Belgium
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  • Couples59
  • Solo71
  • Business40

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Charleroi opened at night????

by santos.c

Hello,

Do you know if Charleroi airport is opened all night? For instance, if I do have a flight at 06h50 in the morning, can I get there in the evening, and "spend" the night there, or will there be any kind of problem?

Thanks in advanced

Re: Charleroi opened at night????

by HansDK

Their website says Opening hours: 06:30 - 23:00 local time

Re: Charleroi opened at night????

by santos.c

But think that that timetable is the time air planes flight, because if I do have a flight at 6h50, no way the airport opens at 06h30...

Re: Charleroi opened at night????

by Lumiere

Charleroi (Brussels south) should be closed from 23:00h local to 06:30 local.

Re: Charleroi opened at night????

by HansDK

You can contact the airport via the contact form here:
http://www.charleroi-airport.com/en/shortcuts/contact/contact-us/index.html

Re: Charleroi opened at night????

by santos.c

Thanks =)
Already sent a message, because getting a room, to be at the airport around 4H50, its indeed not worth, in my point of view.

Re: Charleroi opened at night????

by kosciap

did you get any feedback yet? i'm interested myself as well.

Re: Charleroi opened at night????

by santos.c

Hello,

No reply yet, unfortunately. Nevertheless, found in this same forum, the following post, which I advise you to give a look...believing in what is said there, it is possible to overnight there.

http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-494694-1-1-Travel-0-0-Charleroi-discussion.html

Cheers

Re: Charleroi opened at night????

by santos.c

I've got an answer from the airport. It is indeed possible to spend the night there, because it will be open!

Cheers

Travel Tips for Charleroi

QUIET BUT BEAUTIFUL

by moll12

THE ARCHITECTURE, FAB BUILDINGS , THE SQUARE WITH THE FOUNTAIN IS AMAZING!! WE GOT CHEAP FLIGHTS WITH RYANAIR AND WENT BECAUSE OF PRICE , WE STAYED IN IBIS HOTEL, JUST AVERAGE REALLY BUT QUITE CENTRAL, THERE IS A GREAT VARIETY OF SHOPS AND EVEN THE LOCAL MCDONALDS WAS A TREAT FOR FAMILIES , YOU CAN SIT WHILE THE KIDS ARE PLAYING IN BALL POOL, SLIDING AND GENERALLY HAVING FUN, NIGHTLIFE IS QUIET BUT A GOOD IRISH PUB THERE!! GREAT SHOPPING, UPHILL TO A GREAT SQUARE AND THE PEOPLE ARE SO FRIENDLY!!

Charleroi Tip

by funkymama

The ' Carolos ' (inhabitants of Charleroi) are well known for their enthusiasm, their generosity, their friendliness and their joie de vivre ...To them, a friendly welcome and hospitality really mean something. With its pedestrian zones, its squares, its parks, its arteries and its shopping malls as well as its touristic and leisure infrastructures, Charleroi is a comfortable city perfectly suited for walking and shopping. Every Sunday the weekly market attracts thousands of people, some of them coming from far away. Its warm and picturesque athmosphere should be missed on no account ...

Charleroi Tip

by funkymama

Charleroi was founded in 1666, which is relatively late compared to the other cities in Belgium. The Spanish who ruled the Low Countries in the 17th century built a fortification close to the village of Charnoy. This fortification was meant to keep the troops of the imperialist French king Louis XIV out of the Spanish possessions. The star-shaped stronghold received the name CHARLE-ROY (after the Spanish king Charles II). However, in 1667-1678 the French took the new city and expanded it. Already then, the difference between upper and lower city was made.

Vigie the best

by rickyvilla81

That is the motto of the tallest building in town, La Vigie, the student accomodation of the UT. It was on the thirteenth floor that I lived, overlooking Marsupilami and the "Vicious Circle" Square Hiernaux. The view is good, except you can see Charleroi.

Keep on running

by rickyvilla81

Traditionally a poor town, Charleroi nonetheless has quite a good sporting credence. One night in town I met a large group of people from England (I couldn't believe it, why would they come here?) who were taking part in the boating tournament just outside town. I never went to watch but it sounds very popular. Then you have the cycling - the legacy of Eddie Merckx has meant that le cyclisme is in the blood for Belgians, and I saw races begin here a couple of times. And if you like to run, then the annual Dix Miles de Charleroi is like a mini-marathon. I should go back and take part.

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