We stayed two nights at the Hotel Amigo in Brussels. It is right in the heart of the tourist area, so everything is just steps away from the front door. But the hotel felt like a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the plaza and streets. The staff couldn't have been nicer or more helpful. The concierge spent a lot of time with me, suggesting places, mapping out points of interest. The doormen were friendly and welcoming. I would definitely go back!
Traveller from CT
Conveniently located in the heart of Brussels' city center, Rocco Forte Hotel Amigo is adjacent to the La Grande Place and …More
The hotel was in a great location, clean room, the high ceiling made it bigger. There were few issues I had encountered. First, my reservation was for a King bed, I know its not guaranteed by hotel, instead of giving a King bed I got a 2 twin beds put together. I didnt expect that from a hotel like that. A double or queen might have been better. The 2 twin beds together just make me sink in the middle all the time. In addition, their WIFI is bad! I was in a corner room 3floors above reception. I wasnt able to connect fast. I always have to go close to the door if I need a faster connection. Talked to front desk and only solution he came up with is to move me to a different room right after I settled in. Yah thats weird! Otherwise, the hotel is in a good location, walking distance to.shops, restaurants and Grand place square.
Traveller from California
Located in the city center, this chic Brussels hotel is just a five-minute walk from the Grand Place and Cathédrale des …More
My friend and I booked this trip to Brussels for 5 nights - a city break. The hotel itself is in a great location - in the centre of town next to a Metro Station. City Centre was literally a 2 min walk from the hotel. The hotel itself was very nice - aesthetically. Be aware that there are roadworks which are being carried out and we heard them in the first morning of our stay (2nd Floor). We moved room to the 5th Floor which was a better room and looked like it had been refurbished. The facilities at the hotel are not great - no concierge service provided when arriving or leaving the hotel - we struggled with taking our luggage in and out of the hotel on our own and no offer of help by staff, There was no kettle, gown, slippers or ironing board provided, We had to ask for these and had to also ask for a heater as the room's heating was not working one night. The hotel itself is exquisite from the inside but the rooms themselves are not 5* quality. My friend and I agreed that the rooms would be a 4* at a push. But still we had a pleasant trip - very central and easy to get around. The Restaurant was amazing - the food was really tasty however, it was on the expensive side.
Traveller from Edinburgh
This grand and gracious building is a block from Brussels' Rue Neuve shops and 500 meters from Grand Place, the Chocolate …More
First of all before starting the negative things about the hotel its location is the best and very close to everything but for the staff only one lady whos hair is blond i forget her name she is so friendly while for the special requests no one took them into consideration
Traveller from lebanon
Located in Lower Town, this hotel is steps from Royal Theatre Toone and La Grand Place. Manneken Pis Statue and Cathedral of …More
The location for the hotel was fantastic - located in a pedestrian area very close to train station and many tourist attractions, a supermarket and lots of restaurants. The room was very clean, quiet and comfortable, but maybe a bit small (although a very minor complaint in my opinion). The staff was very friendly and helpful. The lobby and breakfast area appeared to be undergoing some much needed renovation but we had our breakfast elsewhere so had no impact on us. Overall, very good spot!
Traveller from Toronto
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A heart-shaped ring road defines Brussels’ city core, and most of its visitor attractions. Within these limits, the centre consists of two distinct halves. To the west is the Lower Town, a tangle of medieval streets centred on the Grand Place, a vast cobbled square surrounded by ornate Flemish buildings. To the east is the newer and more aristocratic Upper Town, a zone of palaces and parks, grand museums, and gothic churches.