Hilton Brussels City
What We Love
- A four-star Hilton stay in central Brussels, with breakfast and late check-outThe Flemish fare and stylish décor of the Bien Belge Living Lounge
- Unwinding at the Scandinavian Wellness and Health Club
- The city's charming, 17th-century guildhouses
What To Know
- Don't expect super high-design guestrooms
- Free WiFi
- Breakfast is typical Euro fare
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Known as the Capital of Europe (playing host to the European Parliament and NATO), Brussels has enough master chocolatiers and specialty beers to win over the most ardent of Euro-sceptics. Visit in the milder months to watch the world go by from a pavement café, or make the trip in over the winter holidays to see the city a-twinkle with festivities.
Hilton Brussels City sits opposite the famous Rue Neuve shopping street and is a short walk from the Belgian capital’s main square, the UNESCO World Heritage listed Grand Place. This 1930s grande dame boasts modern interiors, a Scandinavian Wellness and Health Club and sumptuous Flemish cuisine at the Bien Belge Living Lounge restaurant.
The light and modern rooms feature muted pea-green tones, chunky wooden headboards, wood floors and tasteful black-and-white prints.
Cozy up with a Belgian beer at Bien Belge Living Lounge and sample delicious Flemish cuisine, like steamed royal cod-fish loin in Oostende sauce, in this chic bar and brasserie that’s open Monday to Friday for lunch and every evening for dinner.
Relax and rejuvenate in the Scandinavian Wellness and Health Club after a day of pounding the cobblestone streets. There’s a sauna and steam room, or for an up-tempo alternative, hit the well-equipped gym.
Hilton Brussels City is in a prime central location, just 50 yards from Rogier Metro station, which is five stops from Gare du Midi station. Brussels is bursting at the seams with riches, with the Royal Palace, the shopping street Rue Neuve, City Hall, Grand Place and the famous Manneken Pis. There’s also the Comic Strip Museum (featuring Hergé’s Tintin), the European Parliament, Margritte Museum and design icon, the Atomium. Be sure to sample the Old City’s pavement-café culture, sublime beers and chocolates and one of the world’s finest collections of pre-modern art at the Musée d’Art Ancien.
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I have booked a room to Hilton Brussel, was very nice and clean room, the bed was comfortable. The staff was very pleasant, and educated. The breakfast was very good and was lovely. Everything was very nice to this Hotel
I come here for several years and this time was really nice. The refurbishment of the hotel with a more colorful touch is nice.
I appreciated the new coffee machines from my room and the quality /diversity of the coffee (both caffeinated and decaffeinated).
I just have a suggestion on breakfast: the breakfast is not what it was before......but at least some fresh vegetables will be appreciated.
In rest, the staff was friendly... as it was also before and I hope it will keep it up this way even if the hotel will be no longer part of Hilton chain.
Very disappointing! Would have expected better from a Hilton. We arrived to a building covered in scaffolding under major renovations. The health & fitness suite was closed. The hotel failed to disclose this information to us at time of booking or before our visit. My partner had joined me for the week and had planned to work from the hotel, however, drilling and hammering put paid to that. On arrival the hotel staff were just rude, stating that it clearly states on booking.com that the hotel is under renovations, basically insinuating that we were fully aware of the renovations. However, there was not & still isn’t, any reference to the renovations on booking.com. Very disappointing and completely dishonest. I won’t be staying here again. Shame on you Hilton! Ps They don’t care about the negative reviews as they’re changing names/ownership from 4th Nov 2019!