As a major tourist destination, and home to Europe’s diplomatic headquarters, Brussels is suitably equipped with a wide variety of accommodation options. Hotels in Brussels are generally of a very high standard, though this can come at a price.
The city can be roughly divided into the "High Town" (the south east part), which is the most affluent section of Brussels, and the "Low Town" (the zone around the canal), where the buildings are often in rather bad shape, but have retained great character and charm. You may want to select your Brussels hotel depending on these descriptions.
The most sought-after location in Brussels is around the Grand Place, the central market square of Brussels, and one of the most beautiful in the world. If you stay here, you’ll be paying a premium, but it may just be worth it.
For those preferring a quiet district, Quartier Louise would be a good option. Located south east of the city centre, this area has a number of mid to high-end hotels to choose from. A good high-end option is the quirky, five-star Manos Premier Hotel, located south of the city centre, which offers rooms decorated with antiques and period furniture.
Read more in our Brussels Guide.
|89%||Be Manos Hotel|
|86%||Residence Grand Place|
|85%||Marivaux Hotel, Congress & Seminar Centre|
|84%||Hotel le Dixseptieme|
|83%||Hotel A La Grande Cloche|
|83%||Le Chatelain All Suite Hotel|
|83%||Le Meridien Bruxelles|
|83%||Aqua Hotel Brussels|