Arrived last Saturday for 1 night stay and was given room 317 , Could not have chosen a better room , If you look at photos of the front it is off to the left and has a balcony above a statue and is only 1 of 3 on the front of the building on level 3. The room was spacious, had a lovely bathroom and huge comfortable bed. The hotel is being renovated in areas and the main fantastic looking lounge was closed but that didn't bother us as we spent all our time in and around the Grand Place area where the hundreds of bars / restaurants and chocolate shops are . I have never eaten £22 worth of mussels before but they were well worth it , Numerous bar visits throughout the day and night made our short stay in Brussels fully worthwhile and memorable and would certainly go back for at least a full weekend stay or more , There is so much we have missed. What a good break we had .
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Stately 19th-century Hotel with original Art Déco interior, offering belgian typical food at the Café Métropole. You can enjoy a drink at the Bar le 31, re-decorated in 2011 in a "End of 19th century" style, you will enjoy relaxing and comfortable moments in a new and prestigious decor. Individually decorated guestrooms in classic European design with 22 suites available. Excellent down-town location close to Grand Place and public transport links. Hotel also offers free Wifi throughout, 24-hr concierge and room service and extensive business facilities. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Metropole Hotel Brussels