Hotels in Brussels

Hotels in Brussels

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Key Info

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Languages

The most commonly spoken languages are French and Dutch.

Currency & Cost

The currency used in Brussels is the euro.

£10 = 3 beers.

Local Time

1 hour ahead of UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

Situated in the centre of the country, Brussels enjoys similar weather to the rest of Northern Europe with four seasons throughout the year. The warmest months are from June to August but Brussels can be just as beautiful in the winter. The best time to go if you’re wanting to explore the city by foot or bicycle are April and May as they normally have the least rain.
Brussels busy City Centre is home to the magnificent Grand-Place, where you can take in the impressive architecture of Brussels’ Town Hall and the King’s House. Hotels near Saint-Gilles will put you within 30 minutes’ walk of the world-famous square, as well as the quirky Manneken Pis statue. The area is a great choice for couples and families alike, thanks to its central location and diverse range of hotels.You’ll also be near the famous Avenue Louise area, which is home to Embassy Row and designer shoppers’ paradise Stéphanie Square. If you want to see the area and work up a sweat, try a sight-jogging tour which guides you through Saint-Gilles’ main attractions at a comfortable pace.Hotels near Ixelles are a great choice for couples or young groups, thanks to the area’s large student population and buzzing nightlife. Hit the Chausée d’Ixelles to indulge in some serious shopping before relaxing by the water at the Ixelles Ponds. Head to the lively bars of Flagey square, where you’ll find chic bars and traditional Belgian pubs side by side.The area of Laeken is a perfect for families, as it’s a 25-minute walk from the picturesque Royal Greenhouses, the Atomium landmark and amusement park Mini-Europe. It’s also within 20 minutes’ walk of Brussel’s central attractions.For a luxurious couple’s break, choose a hotel near Uccle. The affluent suburb of Belgium’s capital boasts green spaces like Wolvendael Park and stunning apartments. It is just 20 minutes’ drive from the City Centre, letting you dip in and out of Brussels’ main tourist areas.

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