Value Score Poor Value
Good For Couples
Marriott Hotel Brussels
Great 4-star hotel. Just few blocks away from center city. Nice Location.
Room Rate in August 2003 was $115 per double room.
Unique Quality: Bar, Restaurant, Garage.
Brussels Marriott--a great price, good location,
I paid $75.00 per night at the Brussels Marriott right across from the Bourse (Brussels Stock Exchange) using Priceline.com. The rooms were spacious, new, and well attended. The location was great (near the Grand Place), and the service was excellent.
Unique Quality: I must admit, the hotel didn't have much local "color." However, for someone who wanted a home base that provided some familiarity in an unfamiliar city--this is the place. English-speaking staff, English cable tv, American amenities, and a familiar American chain all make this a sure-bet in an unfamiliar country.
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What to do ?
Hi all, I will be in Brussels for 2 nights next week, it is my first time in Brussels. I will be at work all day, but will be free at night...so what are fun places to go at night, pubs, bars, clubs & sushi restaurants if possible and close to the my Hotel (Marriott Brussels) as I don't have a car....cheers
RE: What to do ?
The Marriott is about as central as you can get: opposite the Bourse (stock exchange), close to the Grand' Place and right on rue Orts/Dansaert which is the Belgian fashion area, and there are also several good restaurants, although I can't think of a Japanese one off-hand - the nearest would be the Samurai in a little gallery just off rue du Fossé aux Loups, on the other side of Pl. de la Monnaie. One of the restaurants I like, around the corner from your hotel in rue A. Orts, is ComoComo, a basque restaurant with conveyor belts like in many sushi ones! There are lots of cafés and bars in the nearby St. Géry area, follow the little street that starts at the corner where O'Reilly's is (you will see this pub near your hotel). You might also explore the St. Jacques area, taking the rue du Midi which is on the other side of the Bourse from your hotel, and following it to the right, as far as the rue des Grands' Carmes - although there's not as much going on midweek as at weekends.
Have a good trip!
RE: What to do ?
This gives you a couple of possibilities for sushi places close to your hotel, Sakura looks like the best bet: http://www.sushi.infogate.de/rest/eu_belgium_belgien_belgique_brussels_brssel_bruxelles.htm
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