Suite in Loft

Rue Jules Delhaize 43, Brussels, 01080, Belgium

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    Suite In Loft is a design accommodation just outside of the city center of Brussels. If you are looking for an affordable alternative for your stay in Brussels, you have come to the right place.

    Unique Quality: Full Privacy
    100% design
    120 square meters
    Nespresso Machine
    Flat screen television
    Wifi Internet
    Late check in/out

    Directions: Suite In Loft is situated in the Karreveld area.
    The 2 nearest metro stations are Beekkant and Ossegem, which are both within walking distance and offer direct access to Brussels’ main spots. Brussels’ old city center is 5 minutes away by metro.

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Forum Posts

Used Bikes

by bioman63

My wife and I will arrive in Brussels late June and would like to buy 2 used bikes that we could tour with. We will fly home from Amsterdam 2 weeks later. We would like to sell the bikes in Amsterdam when we leave. Is this going to work? If so we will need to find a source for the bikes. Any help would be great.
Cheers Scott

Re: Used Bikes

by northeast80

What a great idea.
There is a second-hand bicycle market every Sunday until 14:00 near Gare du Midi in Brussels(the main railway station).
Make sure you get a receipt when buying it as this will make it easier to sell on again in Amsterdam.
There are many 2nd hand bike shops in Amsterdam who I'm sure will buy your bike (with your receipt for buying it in Brussels) from you. There tend to be bike shops close to train stations.
Tips for cycling in Amsterdam;

Re: Used Bikes

by tango_jd


Re: Used Bikes

by bioman63

We are on going to arrive on a Tuesday, so the sunday bike market will not work. I am looking to find the names and contact info for shops or individuals who could be on the look out for 2 bikes ahead of time for us. This way we can max our time biking not shopping. Cheers Scott

Re: Used Bikes

by northeast80

The link below will take you to the tweede hand website, a bit like ebay but it's just in Dutch or French;

You could keep an eye out on the xpats website, that's in English.

Re: Used Bikes

by northeast80

Sorry, that's all in Belgium.
I'll have to look later for places in Amsterdam, got to dash....

Re: Used Bikes

by footstool

craigslist has a Belgium page.

Re: Used Bikes

by northeast80

Sorry, there isn't much that isn't in Dutch.
This student market has a wanted ads (no bikes at the moment) they have the set parts of the website in English but the adverts are in Dutch. But you could keep an eye out, or even place an add saying you have a bike to sell.,category,1931,parent_id,3,ad_type,categories
You could also try putting an add on the website, but again that's in Dutch. Or put it on good old ebay. (There's also

But I can see that's not the best solution as you're travelling about.

Doing a quick search there are 350+ bike shops in Amsterdam, perhaps a VTer could recommend one?!?

Let me know if you need help with the Dutch.

Re: Used Bikes

by Avliet

I lived in Brussels for a few months and tried to find a cheap second hand bike. I looked on a lot of second hand markets, but could't find much that was value for money. Very little choice (but perhaps I'm spoilt, living in the Netherlands) If you want to make tours, you'll need something better than a rusty bike and you don't have much time for shopping and finding a good deal. So I don't think this wil work when you're only there for two weeks. But if you really want to, you can try the Decathlon sport shops. They sell bikes starting from about 200 euro. Expect a big loss when you sell in Amsterdam. You'll have to sell quickly to, so don't expect to get much more then 50 euro. (Second hand bikes in the Netherlands are usually cheap, perhaps you could buy in Amsterdam and sell in Brussels?)

Travel Tips for Brussels

The marketsquare, one of the...

by Pavlik_NL

The marketsquare, one of the world's most beautiful squares with the majestic cityhall and many enchanting patrician-houses. My 'daughter' Isabelle Vos, that lived almost a year in Arnhem with me to learn the Dutch language and explore the environment.


by eden_teuling

Brussels has proved to be most successful as a centre for TRADE FAIRS and CONGRESSES.

After London and Paris it is the third largest conference city in the world with its 3 modern complexes!

Brussels is the leading tyrade fair centre in EUROPE.
Brussels is also a cosmopolitan city because of the presence of political institutions and multinationals e.g..

The EUROPEAN UNION AND NATO alone account for some 20.000 foreign diplomats and officials......

The building you see in the foto is in LE PARC DES EXPOSITIONS where lots of interesting fairs can be visited, some about CHOCOLATE, some about CARS etc..


see the Hallepoort.

by Ronald_T

see the Hallepoort.

The 'Hallepoort' is the only fortified gateway (1357-1383)
in town who remained. In 1832 she had to fade away.
But happily 'the friends of Old Brussels' could safe her from fall.
Under supervision of Beyaert the gateway was rebuild from
1868 till 1870. Today the building houses 'the museum of old weapons
and equipment'.

Jeanne Pis, the reply of the feminists

by irisbe

You will find this little statue of Jeanneke Pis in an adjunct street of the Rue du Boucher.
However last time I saw her she looked very very sad :(
She is locked up behind bars now.
Bad guys tried to steal her a couple of times. I made a collection of sightseeing through out Brussels in my travelogues 'sightseeing'.
There is plenty and coming more if I can visit Brussels again!

visit the Royal Mint Theatre...

by Ronald_T

visit the Royal Mint Theatre (Muntschouwburg).
The current building is a work of the architect Damesme, and was inaugurated on May 25th 1819 with a performance of one of the masterpieces of Grétry. The neo-classical building has a triangular pediment. In 1851 the city gave the order at the sculptor Eugène Simonis to make a sculpture that proposed: “The harmony of philanthropically passions'. The theatre is famous all over the world, and also Maurice Béjart was given some performances of his famous ballet from the 20th century.


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