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What We Love

  • A lovely, central hotel, with breakfast, a welcome drink, New Year's availability and moreAdmiring the chic, understated décor found throughout the hotel
  • Experiencing New Year's in Brussels, if you'd like
  • Enjoying a welcome glass of craft beer in the hotel’s quirky, bicycle-themed Bar Velo
  • Staying in a superb location near the prestigious Avenue Louise – a shopping haven

What To Know

  • The hotel is right near the Bailli tram stop (off of Avenue Louise)
  • The fitness center is a little bare bones
  • Free WiFi is available in the lobby; you have to pay for internet access in your room
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Overview

A chic hotel, located just off the boutique-lined Avenue Louise, including New Year's availability

The Lowdown

The buzzing Belgian capital of Brussels is a city of contrasts, from ornate architecture on grand squares to the gleaming modernity of the European Parliament. A stay in this city is one full of world-class museums, charming medieval streets, delicious craft beers, steaming baskets of crispy fries and decadent chocolate-drizzled waffles. Enviably positioned near the huge Place Eugène Flagey and the upscale Avenue Louise shopping district, Four Points by Sheraton Brussels makes an ideal base from which to set forth and discover this fascinating metropolis.
Making a bold statement with its impressive pillared red-brick facade, the hotel boasts stylish interiors and plenty of comforts to make your stay a special one. First of all, there’s the quirky Bar Velo, with its cycling-inspired design (one of the country’s major sporting passions) and excellent beer list. On warmer days you can kick back in the verdant, private rooftop garden on the fourth floor – a peaceful oasis in the heart of the city – or dine in the stylish La Four’Chette Restaurant, flooded with natural light. And if you want to work off all the beer and fries, there’s a small but well-appointed fitness center and sauna on hand, as well. Finally, the guest rooms are just as comfortable and attractive – perfect for recharging your batteries and planning the next day’s adventure.

Rooms

Featuring views over the city or the hotel’s own private garden, Deluxe rooms are contemporary and functional in style, with signature Four Points by Sheraton beds providing the perfect night’s sleep. Bathrobes and slippers are available on request should you wish to get even more comfortable.
Amenities- Flat-screen TV- Wi-Fi access- Telephone- Minibar- Safe- Air conditioning- iPod docking station

Dining

Four’Chette Restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and serves elevated comfort food, such as irresistible pork chops with Belgian fries. For lighter fare, you can enjoy snacks and drinks at the cycle-inspired Bar Velo.

Location

Located in a quiet side street away from the frenetic city bustle, Four Points by Sheraton Brussels is only a few minutes’ walk from the famous Avenue Louise, lined with luxury boutiques. A little further lies the lively Place Eugène Flagey, one of the largest squares in the city. Also close by is the Châtelain district, with its friendly village atmosphere and buzzing nightlife. We also recommend checking out the Art Nouveau Horta Museum, taking a romantic stroll at Ixelles Ponds and marveling at the ornate splendor of the Grand Place – one of the world’s most beautiful squares.

How to Get There

Four Points by Sheraton Brussels
Rue Paul Spaak 15
Brussels, B-1000 Belgium

Reviews

4.0 Very Good 866 Reviews
Wonderful Hotel
Reviewed 2 days ago

Stayed at the Four points in Brussels for a short holiday trip. The hotel is located in a quiet area but near restaurant and bars. The Grand Place is only 15-20 minutes away on foot with some must see places on the way. The rooms are old but are well maintained and well cleaned, but my room came with a new 40” tv, new Locks and an alarm clock with USB ports on it. I’ve also had room service on one evening which was good. Staff are very helpful. Would certainly recommend the hotel to anyone.

Very old and Basic hotel - expensive for what it offers
Reviewed 3 days ago

Hotel is well located, but is is extremely basic and quite old. It is definitely too expensive for what it offers - it would be in need of a renovation. The people at the reception also have poor knowledge of the city, hence one feels left on its own.

Comfortable htoel in the heart of town
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The hotel is about 30 mins with no traffic by taxi from thr airport and in the heart of the city, convenient for many business locations not so close to the old town).

Rooms are reasonable sized , clean and comfortable, ¨staff are friendly, breakfast is good (wonderful fresh orange juice)...car park is tight (like all in Brussels, bnring a tiny car) and the fitness centre is woefully small with just one running machine....

it is not the best place in town - but will not disappoint. Good enough

Solid choice for a business hotel
Reviewed 2 months ago

Thi place has very friendly staff. The rooms were nice enough. I found it pretty quiet. Very decent breakfast; buffet style.

This is a distance from the main train station, so I would suggest checking if this is the location for you

Unexciting good value
Reviewed 2 months ago

I have used this hotel scores of times over the years and although by far not top of the range, it certatinly gives good value for money. The rooms are big, breakfast is good and the position is in a giood area with easy access to good restaurants and public transport connections. With a reasonable walk, one can reach all the main areas of interest: the historic centre, the EU commission buildings, the parks.