Progress Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Rue du Progres 9-13, Brussels 1210, Belgium
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 24% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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by txmxsue

I'm looking for a hotel that is close to one of the train station. I have a morning flight from BRU to the US and the hotels close to the airport are very expensive. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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by unaS

For a budget hotel very close to Brussels Central try the Hotel de la Madeleine. I stayed there in 2007.

Three minutes walk from the Central train station, 2 minutes from Grand Place. Easy walking distance to most tourist sites. Excellent choice of places to eat with varying prices just outside the front door. Small rooms, some with slightly peeling walls. Clean, well kept.

Rue de la Montagne 20 -22
email: info@info-la-madeleine

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by Martinewezel

I agree with Pedro. "Novotel Off Grand place" is 2 minutes on foot both from the Grand Place and the Central Station. It's the best place to stay, where it all happens. restarants, shops and close to the main tourist attractions.
"Hotel Ibis Off grand Place" might be a little cheaper. Same location.

Re: Hotels

by unaS

The Ibis and the Madelaine are right next door to each other, across a small street, both on the same side of the square.

Travel Tips for Brussels

De Vijfhoek/Le Pentagone

by vpeter

If you want to know some history about the streets in the old city, check this site:

Foto: Grote Markt / Grand Place The relaxed atmosphere, the nice people, the delicous food.

I passed through about 20...

by larsy

I passed through about 20 times but never spent to much time here. The thing you must see for some reason is Manakin pis they practically wordship this tiny statue, rumor has it some guys once stole it and were killed.You may get lucky and see it dressed up its been everything from a boy scout to a turkish king.

The skaters' spot

by Muya

When you walk down the Mont des Arts, you arrive at the spot where kids of Brussels come skating and trying figures. Makes you feel a bit like in the US ;-)
And besides, when you look up, you have a nice view on the "Old England" house of Victor Horta and the Place Royale

visit the Court of...

by Ronald_T

visit the Court of Justice.

The Court of Justice is the most colossal building in Europe, with its surface area of 26 000 m².
The stairs are leading to a gate in bronze, a project of architect Van Mansfeld. That gate
gives access to the front hall, which has a surface area of 3.600m².
In the building are 20 audience halls, and 245 other halls, rooms, and smaller chambers. The dome of the monument elevates itself to 103 meters above the square.
This project was in hands of architect Benoït.
On all of the four corners of the building you can find statues, which presents justice, mercy, authority and the law.
The architectural design was from Poelaert. He started his project in 1866 and on October 15th 1883 it was inaugurated, overloaded with criticism, but admired by everyone.

The extremely hard-to-resist...

by Pegasus74

The extremely hard-to-resist Godiva can be found at the east corner of Grand Place. It was really tough not to be led into temptation cuz their chocolates taste extremely good when they melt in the mouth. From Rue de la Colline just beside Godiva, head straight and cross Grasmarket to arrive at Galeries St Hubert, Europe's oldest glass vaulted shopping arcade.

The district surrounding Grand Place boast a dense concentration of inexpensive restaurants. Especially along Rue des Bouchers/Beenhouwersstraat, a narrow alley where apparently every house has been converted into a restaurant of some kind. Colorful shell creatures, fruits and vegetables are used to decorate the ice-filled shelves laid in front of every restaurant to tempt passers-by. The line of waiters along the atmospheric passageway were often seen busy drumming up business.


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Address: Rue du Progres 9-13, Brussels 1210, Belgium