Hotel Mozart

Rue Marche aux Fromages 23, Brussels, 1000, Belgium
#105 of 423 hotels in Brussels
Good (3.0 out of 5.0) 8 reviews
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Extremely Loud!

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 14, 2005

We wound up with a room on the third floor overlooking the small street below. Big mistake! It was a weekend, and after the nightclubs all closed, (about 5 am)the 24 hour fast food(Kebabs and such) places right below swelled with people. Between the noise of what had to be at least 100 drunken revelers, and the cars honking their horns at them trying to navigate the narrow cobblestone road, forget about trying to sleep. 7am sounded more like 5pm in Times Square on a Friday. We checked out that morning, because they had no rooms available towards the back of the hotel. Keep in mind, that this was in October, not July or August, and I am not what you may consider a light sleeper.

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Hotel Mozart - Central Brussels

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 21, 2005

An interestingly decorated hotel, apparently in Louis XV style. Interior design is not one of my strong points, but the bedroom should have been better lit.

Room was large and comfortable, with double bed, television and large bathroom with shower (photo is courtesy of Hotel website, and is not the room I stayed in).

Very small lift, which can only accommodate 2 people with baggage.

Service was good, with friendly staff, but some knowledge of French is useful.

Breakfast was poor, consisting of a croissant, a half baguette and 2 Kraft-style processed cheese slices.

Unique Quality: Good situation, by Grand Place.

On Kebab Street, so easy to get food at the end of a night out.

Large bathroom - able to accommodate me lying on the floor, unconscious after too many local beers. And cocktails.

Directions: Nearest metro is Gare Centrale/Centraal Station.

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Okay hotel right next to Grand Place

Bad (2.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 19, 2004

For the price (95 Euros for 2 people, breakfast included), this hotel has a great location in a little street right behind Grand Place, the heart of old Brussels. The decoration is amazing, a baroque deluge of red and pink with 19th century style paintings and furniture. The rooms are large, comfortable and clean.
I, however, only give 2 VT stars to this hotel for several reasons. 1) the walls between the rooms are very thin, and you hear everything the neighbours are saying or doing even if they are not being particularly noisy. I never had a good night sleep at this hotel. 2) Non of the rooms are non-smoking, so the rooms' smell is a little pungent. 3) I got upset at one of the employees at the desk as he was unable to call for a taxi on time as we departed even if we told him 1 hour in advance, plus he had us running around to unwilling banks to change our 500 euros note to pay the bill. 4) this hotel has lots of stairs (including in our room, about 10 steep steps), meaning that if you have heavy suitcases, you will suffer, or if you are handicapped, the hotel is not for you.
Ask for a room on the courtyard side as rue du Marché aux Fromages is a noisy street full of cheap arab/greek/turk restaurants.

Unique Quality: Great location
Too expensive for what you get

Directions: Right behind Grand Place, Hotel de Ville side.
5 mn walk from Metro Bourse

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A hotel that sounded like music

by written on November 2, 2004

When Leroy was visiting in 2003, we had to find him a hotel in Brussels because he needed to stay there for a night with his friend Karl.
Mozart looked like close to the centre and the reception lounge looked great.

Unique Quality: When I asked Leroy afterwards how the hotel was he said that the reception lounge promised more then what you got as room.
He was not too wild about it, but then, he had his room really about around the corner of the Grand Place.



The website provided is multi langual as long as you read the first page. It is only in French and English when you need more information.
Very ignorant I must say! Time to update your stuff guys!

Directions: Just about around the corner of the Grand Place

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In the Middle of the Action

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 16, 2004

A 3 star hotel in the middle of everything. Only a stones throw away from Gran Place and located on a famous "eatery" street.

It was a good, basic room with a very new looking bathroom. No complaints at all.

Unique Quality: We were placed in one of their upper rooms (think attic) so our room was quite large complete with a couch and coffee table and had wooden beams running through parts of it.

I have a special fondess in my heart for this hotel because this was my first trip to Europe and the very first place I stayed. My first night sleeping amongest the history!

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A truly unique hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 27, 2003

Hotel Mozart is in the heart of the old city center, a block away from Grand'Place on a narrow, cobblestone street with lots of charm of its own! The whole place has a baroque style that could be kitschy, but comes off really well. Rooms are inexpensive and spacious - a rarity for Brussels - , service is efficient, and the decor is a lot of fun!

Unique Quality: The size of the rooms was beyond outstanding for the price. Smoking and non available. Decor is plush and captivates the interest!

Directions: Just off Grand'Place - take a taxi from Midi station for about 10-15 euros, or tram to Gare Centrale and a bit of a walk from there

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Good location

by written on May 22, 2003

This hotel was pretty nice and the location was great. We were within walking distance from The Grand Place. Like marzz said in her post, we had a room for 3 that included breakfast for a little over $100 USD.

Unique Quality: Only bad side was that we had to park somewhere else and walk. And for me Belgium is the hardest place to find things, because every street has 3 different names (French, German, and Flemish).

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We stayed at Hotel Mozart.

by written on August 25, 2002

We had a room for 3 that included breakfast for a little over $100 USD.

Unique Quality: The Mozart Hotel is Situated Between Two Famous Hotels: The Hotel Amigo, and The Royal Windsor Hotel...10 Meters Away from THE GRAND. Private Parking 20 metr. (Grand place).

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Address: Rue Marche aux Fromages 23, Brussels, 1000, Belgium

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