I saw Michael Portillo using this hotel on one of his Railway Journey programmes and thought to myself "I'd like to stay there" and so I did.
I must say that the staff were very helpful & informative. The reception is very nice but the room was not so good. It was very hot in the room even with the heating turned off. I had to have the window open to make the room cooler but very early in the morning the rubbish lorries woke me up whilst they emptied the bins.
The room was dated and rather small in comparison to other hotels that I stay in that claim to be 4* The bathroom was also dated, probably last refurbished in the 1980's I would have thought.
The hotel, however, is in a fantastic location, very close to the Grand Place with its many many good bars and restaurants.
Breakfast seemed prohibitively expensive @ 30 Euros, so I didn't eat in the hotel.
I did make use of the sauna which was excellent.More
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