Leopold Brussels Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

35 Rue du Luxembourg, Brussels, 1050, Belgium

2 Reviews

Hotel Leopold Brussels
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Satisfaction Very Good
Very Good

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 30% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families60
  • Couples72
  • Solo51
  • Business34
  • josiejo's Profile Photo

    Easy to access Brussels


    The hotel is situated on the rue de luxembourg, just after a small park. The hotel has some good features, such as a bar which stays open late, and a restaurant. There is also a sauna and solarium, although we didn't try them.

    The room was very basic, just a television, mini bar, bathroom. All the absolute essentials when you're in a hotel, really.

    One problem we faced, was the walls were so thin. You could hear peoples conversations next door, upstairs and when in the bathroom, in their bathroom (via the vent). Slightly annoying, especially when drunken couples get in at some godforsaken hour and decide to erm.. well, you know.

    The breakfast options you get are good, with many vegetarian options, plenty of bread, yoghurt, fruit juice, cereals and so on.

    In the bar area, you can order food, and they have vegetarian options there too, which are very tasty.

    All in all, the hotel was a decent stay, although I wish it could have been a bit quieter. The room was clean, and towels were changed each day.

    Unique Quality: Around the hotel there are a few places you can drink, on the place de luxembourg there are some bars (although some were closed when we were there), as well as cashpoints, and a bus stop for the Brussels Tour.

    At the top of the rue de luxembourg, near the Metro stop, there is a supermarket, which stays open until late, and has salads and sandwiches, as well as other random bits you could snack on.

    As far as any great views go, we were at the front, and could only see a building site ahead of us - the rue de luxembourg is currently being developed, so this could improve in the future!

    Directions: Very close to Troon Metro stop. Probably around five minutes walk down the rue de luxembourg.

  • Emmjai's Profile Photo

    Local to EU parliment building


    Nice rooms, friendly staff, but busy hotel, less than 5 minutes walk from the European Parliment building, and 20 minutes or more walk from the centre of the city.

    I had a great Bathroom, and the breakfast was good. Only stayed over night though, so didn't try the Sauna at 7 Euros

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Brussels at Easter

by josiejo

"chocolate, beer and plenty of walking"

We arrived in Brussels on Good Friday, pretty early on. Accommodation was courtesy of the Hotel Leopold, over in the Euro Quarter, but more about that later on. The trip from the Gare du Midi to our hotel was simple and straightforward, helped by the fact our Eurostar tickets cover you for any station in Belgium.

Our hotel had a few snack shops open nearby, and Brussels itself was open, so we were able to wander around, in search of the Grand Place.

The pubs we visited were all great, and had a fabulous selection of beers (apparently Belgium has over 400 breweries), food wasn't too difficult to get around (I'm vegetarian, so while it was stodge, I survived).

Travelling around the City was easy, with the Metro, the trams and buses.

Our one main problem we had was trying to get cash out. Of all the European cities we've visited, we've never had as many problems as we did here - we eventually found a bank which would give us cash, but none of the city centre banks would accept our cards (we have visa debit). One ATM wanted a six-digit pin number, so I tried putting two extra 0's for my number, and my card was swallowed! I'd strongly suggest people take travellers cheques, or use a Maestro card, as they seem to work.

Chocolate wise, you can't miss the shops - we were told to avoid Leonida's, and instead try some of the smaller brands. We also went for Godiva (so cheap here) and Neustadt chocs.. heavenly!

Beer-wise, there's so many places to drink in Belgium, but we found the best beers in Falstaff, just by Bourse. There was also a quite odd little bar in a sidestreet from Grand Place, which looks like a funeral parlour from the front, and on entering the bar, it's pretty much pitch black, with a bar in the corner. The tables are made out of coffins! The beers are good, but it was just a little too dark for us!


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Address: 35 Rue du Luxembourg, Brussels, 1050, Belgium