I had to stay overnight in Brussels and found out that it's quite an expensive city as for accomodation. Luckily, I found the Queen Anne hotel. It's near the place de Brouckère, very central, a 5-10 walk to the Grand'Place. The people at the reception are very friendly and there's a nice breakfast buffet.
Rooms are very clean though maybe a bit on the small side.
I paid 60 euro for a double room, not expensive for Brussels, when you look at the location.
Unique Quality: Central location
Directions: Close to Place de Brouckère
We stayed for 4 nights (2 at beginning of trip, 2 at end). The hotel rooms were postage-stamp size, but very clean. there is no AC, not even a fan- so beware of hot weather months. The breakfast was very good. Not much in the way of local restaurants in the area, and not too sure about safety at night. Very close to Grand Place- ten minute walk. Elevator is different- enter at one side, exit at 90 degrees to entrance.
English is spoken. There is one, free PC in lobby to check emails,surf, etc. Dial up modem is very slow- but better than nothing.
The Queen Anne is a 3-star hotel and is in a central location (800 m from the Grand Place, 800 m from the north station, 200 m from the Metro, 200 m from the most important commercial area of the town).Ideally located
varies dramatically according to season, more expensive during the week.
Unique Quality: Good value 3 star hotel. Slightly scruffy but not without charm. Good breakfast but rooms are on the small side. It's on a street that seems to be undergoing regeneration; at the moment it's a curious mixture of building sites, shops, restaurants plus a strip club
Directions: Boulevard Emile Jacqmain 110
Tel 02 217 16 00
Located near the Place Rogier metro station.
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Address: Blvd Emile Jacqmain 110, Brussels, 1000, Belgium