Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Brussels
What We Love
- A central, contemporary hotel with a Michelin-starred restaurant - includes breakfast and moreThe hotel's stellar location, close to all the top attractions
- Having a two-Michelin-starred restaurant on site, so you don't need to wander far for some of the city's best cuisine
- Relaxing in your cool, contemporary room after a day exploring the city
- Getting stuck into some serious antique shopping in the world-renowned Sablon Antiques Market
What To Know
- Complimentary WiFi throughout
- Only a five minute walk from shops, bars and the Grote Markt in the city's central square
- Very close to the metro
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
Brussels might not be as obvious a choice as Rome, or as tried-and-tested as Paris, but it exudes a quietly confident charm that just dares you to try it out for an unforgettable European escape. Tricky to pin down, this destination is filled with contrasts around almost every corner. Historic yet effortlessly hip, conventional yet completely unorthodox and sedate yet surreal – to get to know this place you need to be right in the heart of the action.
That’s where you’ll find Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, situated in the very heart of Brussels. Just five minutes from Brussels Central Station and within easy reach of Grand Place, this hotel is the ideal launch pad for discovering the capital of Europe. After a day exploring the city, you’re spoiled for choice when it comes to dinner – delectable Belgian cuisine under a glass-domed atrium or fresh seafood at a two-Michelin-starred grill? Decisions, decisions…
Business Class rooms show off colorful, modern design, with punchy hues and cool furnishings. The hotel’s Super Breakfast Buffet and access to the Business Class corner are both included with this room type, and your in-room Nespresso coffee machine gives you a nice buzz in the morning.
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel houses three unique dining spots. In The Atrium Restaurant, you can enjoy wonderful Belgian dishes underneath the impressive glass-domed ceiling and alongside a 12th-century Romanesque wall. The Sea Grill Restaurant holds two Michelin stars, making it one of the city’s go-tos when it comes to fine, seafood dining. The PebbleWood Corner is a charismatic space that serves breakfast, with plenty of natural light and organic elements woven into the décor.
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel occupies a prime spot in the heart of the city, a mere five-minute walk from Grand Place, the Royal Galleries, the shopping hub of Rue Neuve and Brussels Central Station. The hotel can be easily reached from the Eurostar train terminal via public transport, and from Brussels Airport via trains arriving at Central Station.
How to Get There
I stayed here for a business meeting for one night. The room is spacious, clean and has all amenities necessary. My room was on the second floor with a "street view", including "street noise" which was significant throughout the night. I am usually a good sleeper but the noise has kept me awake this time and next time I will ask a room on the other side. The technical assistance during the meeting was suboptimal.
Very good hotel, reasonably priced and conventient for a lot of the main site seeing buildings.
Room and facilities were very good, staff very helpful in regard to guidance and addressing glitches, additiona towels etc.
Facilitated reservations at the close by Belga Queen restaurant
My recommendation for visiting Brussels by car is this hotel. Good design, friendly reception, room maid good. We had booked a junior suite. This is not only more space but also a view to the road and not inside of the hotel. The parking space is not easy to get in. Especially for larger cars. All in all a fine place to stay.