Hotel Manos Stephanie
What We Love
- An elegant Louis XVI-style hotel in central Brussels, with breakfast and a welcome drinkThe bar's Old World glamour, with chandeliers and flickering candles
- Antique shopping in nearby Sablon Square
- Sampling the French cuisine at Kolya, a few steps away in Manos Premier Hotel
What To Know
- Well-located for shoppers interested in hitting the shops of Avenue Louise
- Roughly 15 minutes (walking) from Brussels-South Train Station and right next to the Stephanie tram stop
- Free WiFi
Awarded a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, the elegant and stylish Hotel Manos Stephanie is in the center of Brussels, just a few steps from Avenue Louise. Boasting superbly spacious bedrooms, this four-star hotel is also just a stone’s throw from Sablon Square’s center of art and antiques.
Like its chic white facade, the hotel’s interiors are decorated in Louis XVI style, with marble pillars, twinkling glass chandeliers and dramatic sweeping curtains. The lobby and corridors act as permanent exhibitions to their collection of beautiful antiques, and alongside a pretty breakfast room, you’ll find a bar where you can sit and sip a glass of local wine on the outdoor terrace. You’ll also find Kolya restaurant in Manos Premier Hotel, Manos Stephanie’s sister hotel, just a short stroll away.
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A Nice Hotel to Stay in Brussel you like the Hotel Theme Very Much Everything is Black.in Middle of City you can enjoy the evening walk also Indian Restaurants are very Near.Hotel Staff is very co-operative & Behavior is very Nice.Breakfast is very Good we really enjoy it.Room are spacious are very well Decorated.
Very nice classical hotel, close to the city centre. Nice staff and the complementary breakfast is truly good. Large rooms, great shower, firm beds. All in all, am excellent hotel to stay in during a Brussels weekend.
Really nice hotel. Fairly small and friendly. Reception staff speak excellent English, which is just as well since my French is abysmal, unfortunately at breakfast the language barrier did show a little. There is a good variety of choice for the included breakfast, bearing in mind the size of the hotel, though if things get used up, dont expect them to be replenished. It pays to have an early breakfast! The Louis XVI styling of the hotel is amazing and the rooms are not only a good size but well fitted out. Regard service, there was a problem with the built in hair dryer which I mentioned to reception as we went for breakfast and when we returned to our room there was a knock at the door and a standard hair dryer was supplied. All in all a very good hotel in a good location close to bars, cafes and restaurants
The room is clearly outdated (stains on carpet, old furniture) but quite big, I was in the back which is better than the street side because of the noise. The parking (self parking) is very ex pensive though. There is no restaurant on premises but there are walkable options nearby. Room service was too limited. Breakfast is quite basic especially for the high price asked. No vegetable milk, limited selection of pastries and complicated layout of the breakfast self service.
Located very near to the city centre apart from that fact I thought the hotel was pretty average.
The rooms very ok, breakfast was again not so good & staff also being not very helpful.
overall a average hotel and definitely not a 4 star.