We 've stayed at this small, familly owned hotel in a big bedroom with excellent quality of amenities and very clean. Each room is decorated differently from the owner of the hotel. The breakfast is magnifique and it contains everything that someone should ask from a small hotel. The owner are very friendly, spea fluent english and are very helpful. If someone doesn't want to stay in a typical hotel, then i recommend him/her to visit Noga Hotel for the atmosphere andits family spirit.
Unique Quality: Breakfast, In a walking Distance from the Center, Situated in Place Sainte Catherine.
Directions: Place St.Catherine
Hello, I have a reservation at Hotel Noga at Rue du Béguinage 38. There's no reviews of it in the Brussels travel guide or mentions here in the forums. I am wondering if anyone has any experiece or can at least comment on it's location. I will be in Brussels for pleasure in September abd haven't been there since 1993. Very much looking forward. If anyone has any info on happenings in Brussels in mid-Sept, that would be great too.
You'll find the city changed. I left in 199, going back at least once a year and the city has become beautiful. They're still working at it.
For what's going on in Brussels: http://www.agenda.be/home/fr/
It's in French or in Dutch, sorry.
About Hotel Noga : http://www.nogahotel.com/home_uk.cfm
And reviews: http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g188644-d235841-r1669806-Noga-Brussels.surink_html
It's located in a nice area downtown in the Quartier Ste-Catherine (where they have all the nice sea food restaurants) , not far from the "hip" area of St-Géry.
Hey... it looks nice... Maybe I'll stay there next time!
Thanks Melissa, not only for this comment but for your Brussels page and other comments on the Brussels forum. You are a great resource for the city here on this site. I can't wait to get back to that great city.
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