Very pleasant but not much to see or do in the area. Felt a little intimidating after dark, like many a mainline station area in a european capital city. However the welcome of the staff and their store of adapter plugs, available for free unlike some other hotels, for fools like me that forgot one, all more than made up for this. Best night's sleep in a hotel for some time!
Traveller from Devon, England
Located in the heart of Brussels, this eco-friendly hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Brussels South Railway Station, Manneken …More
Hotel is excellently located just a few metres from the Zuid station where Eurostar and local trians arrive. The reception is clean and bright and staff very helpful. An intercom on the inner door adds to security too.
Check in was easy and quick but you will be asked for a 50 euro reserve either by card or cash to cover any expenses at the hotel, this is refunded on check out as long as you don't use mini bar etc.
The rooms were clean and well presented, mine was on 6th floor looking to the rear so was very quiete too. Heating was very good and beverage facilities are provided. Bed was comfortable and good choice of tv stations if needed.
Area has a high level of north african immigrants which is reflected in the local bars and eateries but did not feel in any way threatening. With links to city centre so close plenty of european restaurants can be easily found.
Traveller from uk
Located in the heart of Brussels, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Midi Market, Manneken Pis Statue, and La Grand Place …More
I was surprised by the size of the room, particularly for a European hotel. The bathroom was beautiful as well as functional. The only complaint I had was that the room was warm, but the windows opened easily. The staff was very helpful, going out of their way to assist me with directions and suggestions.
Located in the heart of Brussels, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Cantillon Brewery, Manneken Pis Statue, and La …More
Pocket Guide: Vorst Brussels Midi Train Station Hotels
An industrial suburb of Brussels, Anderlecht will sound familiar to any keen soccer fan as home of Belgium’s best-known football club. Its main landmark is the airy spire of the huge 14th-century gothic church of Sts-Pierre-et-Guidon. Other attractions include the Gueuze Museum, a family-run brewery producing classic Belgian beers (tours and tastings), Erasmus House, where the great scholar Erasmus lived in 1521, and a sewer museum.