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Grande-Place
15 reviews
Stylishly renovated grand dame adjacent to one of the most beautiful squares in Europe. — Jetsetter
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Grande-Place
7 reviews
This nonchalant town-house-flavored inn is one of the best old-school boutique-hotels in central Brussels — Star Service
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Saint-Gery / Sainte-Catherine
10 reviews
Facing the metro station on the busy square, close to the Monnaie Opera House and the Grand Place, this classic grande dame has been owned and operated by the same family since 1895 — Star Service
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Grande-Place
10 reviews
A fabulous five-star hotel behind a glorious Art Deco façade (designed by famed Belgian designer, Michel Haspers), Radisson is one of the best places to stay in the city. — DK Eyewitness
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Saint-Gery / Sainte-Catherine
9 reviews
The blandest of names gives entirely the wrong impression of this 17-room gem in the Lower City's cute, cobblestoned Sainte-Catherine district. — Concierge
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Grande-Place
10 reviews
A designer-inspired luxury hotel on the site of a former ominican convent. Open spaces, elegant furniture and modern comforts which benefit from maximum attention to detail. — Michelin Guide
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Place du Grand Sablon
7 reviews
Warm woods soften the angled modern reception station, where a brilliant staff oversees the scene with smiles and efficiency. — Star Service
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Saint-Gilles
9 reviews
A blocky 1970s corner building has been entirely refurbished with exposed concrete pillars and polished terrazzo stone floors, which keep the lobby firmly grounded. — Wallpaper
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Anderlecht
6 reviews
Be Manos is a boutique design hotel. — The Telegraph
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Place du Grand Sablon
9 reviews
The splendours of the Victorian era are brought to life in this British-style townhouse. — Michelin Guide
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Saint-Gilles
8 reviews
Chic and elegant decor, plus a charming patio. — Michelin Guide
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4 reviews
The 48 guest rooms in this early 20th-century building built around a spiral staircase are individually decorated with tasteful, modern decor consisting of gray-and-white palettes or splashes of color. — Oyster
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7 reviews
A funky design hotel in Brussels' vibrant Saint-Josse neighborhood, with complimentary daily breakfast. — Jetsetter
8
8 reviews
The latest deluxe hotel to emerge in Brussels’ “European quarter” is just a stone’s throw from the EU’s nerve center. — Travel + Leisure
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Ixelles
7 reviews
After a colossal makeover, this must rank as Brussels’ grandest hotel – palatial in style and scale. — The Telegraph
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Ixelles
7 reviews
Quirky artwork, a funky bar and an outdoor terrace, steps from Brussels's elegant Avenue Louise. — Jetsetter
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Saint-Gery / Sainte-Catherine
6 reviews
Enriched in fresh blues and yellows, several rooms come with kitchenettes, including four double-storey duplex apartments. — Lonely Planet
7
Ixelles
5 reviews
Always tidy and well taken care, Thon Hotels offer good value for midrange travelers, and the suites often sell for the same price you pay for a room at Sheratons and Hiltons. — Star Service
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Place du Grand Sablon
7 reviews
Part of the Sablon square's lineup of antiques shops, cafés, and chocolate makers, this hotel offers discreet luxury behind an elegant white facade. — Fodor's
7
4 reviews
Housed in a redbrick building, in what used to be the former Bellevue brewery next to the canal in Brussels, these new carbon neutral lodgings are a cheerful mix between budget hotel and hostel — Wallpaper
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