Warwick Barsey Hotel
What We Love
- A charming and stylish boutique hotel on a famous thoroughfare – includes optional breakfastThe cozy and intimate ambience of the hotel
- Primping and pampering in your en-suite marble bathroom
- Strolling the city from Avenue Louise, a most prestigious address
What To Know
- Guestrooms are spacious for European standards
- The hotel is a short metro ride from the city center
- Free WiFi
Explore enchanting Brussels from the elegant Warwick Barsey Hotel, situated on the city’s famous and prestigious Avenue Louise. This prime address puts you right in the midst of upscale shops and bars, surrounded by Brussels’ most popular sights. Easily accessed by tram are the magnificent Grand Place and the famous Magritte Museum, as well as the botanical gardens and peaceful Bois de la Cambre (the city’s largest park).
This convenient home base is a boutique beauty blending traditional touches with contemporary style through classic architecture and comfortable, modern interiors. Pick a reading spot in the secluded gardensbefore heading out for a day’s sightseeing in Europe’s captivating capital. And after you’ve walked the city through, you can retire to your luxury en-suite marble bathroom for a soothing soak.
Your Premium room is stylish and elegant, with a work desk, separate seating area and luxe marble en-suite bathroom. You can expect plush feather pillows, plenty of light and a warming color palette of rich reds, yellow golds and dark woods.
French, Belgian and modern European cuisines are served in elegant surroundings in the Barsey Restaurant & Lounge, open from 12 to 10pm, Monday through Friday. A buffet breakfast is served daily and includes fresh juices, pastries, fresh breads, cold cuts, cheese and eggs cooked to order.
Warwick Barsey Brussels sits on the city’s prestigious Avenue Louise, close to its upscale shops and restaurants. You’ll find plenty to see within easy reach, including the bronze fountain sculpture of Mannekin Pis, the charming historic neighborhood of Sablon, The Grand Place and The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium.
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arrived for 2 nights, underground parking was perfect but at an additional cost of 22Euro per night. Public areas were 4* but as a beautique hotel thats as far as it goes. The rooms were very shabby and filled with dated furniture which did need a good clean/dusting. Ripped and worn lamp shades in both the bed room and bathroom . The bed linen duvet cover actually had a large rip down the side although clean. The bathroom very dark and dated. The wall and floor tiles needed re-grouting or replacing. the bath was coming away from the sealant which left black mould around the bath. The shower glass screen didn't reach the bath side and therefore the floor got very wet and slippy. Cleanliness of the bathroom was very poor, and the basin plug hole hadn't seen any attention.
We decided against breakfast in the hotel and as we were on a walking tour left early and ate in one of the many cafes on the way.
When asked at check out if we'd enjoyed our stay we mentioned that the room was past its best and was in need of some attention our 44euro parking charge was deducted form our bill.
Based by Warwick is a good hotel, with classic decor, and excellent location. The restaurant is defined as Asian fusion. Even though I struggle with the fusion notion, I must say the restaurant is very good - from the Pad Thai to the glazed duck, the bar is also well served with Belgian beers and international drinks. The decor strikes as old fashioned, but it’s clean and authentic.
The hotel is located in a nice area, but itself it has several flaws: breakfast not really rich (they "run out" of fruit jam, no toaster), very small gym (no trademills), empty minibar in the room, very limited choice for room service. I was there for 2 nights for business with a group, and we received different treatments (e.g., a colleague of mine got a free drink at arrival, I was not even offered it). As many reviews are mentioning, furniture is very old, but this is not an issue to me. What is more important, is that bathrooms are very old and barely functioning. They need to renovate sinks and water flow. My organization paid for the stay, thus I cannot comment on price. I would not go back if I have a choice.
Stayed in this hotel for a unforgettable night. The hotel is supposed to be 4*, but its hardly even 2*. The rooms are extremely outdated, the furniture looks like a museum furniture from 16thcentury in corresponding condition.
The room smells horribly. But its nothing compared to the impossible bathroom smell. Bathroom also extremely outdated- yellow/brown traces in the toilettes, in the sink and a curtain in the bath. There was not a single utensil in the bathroom the all its necessary parts: missing nails, handles etc. If one managed to take a shower, the towel quality was ok.
Breakfast was another disappointment- limited choice and coffee from a coffee machine like in the airports.
All in all, this hotel can be called and priced a 4 star one. Its just dishonest.
The hotel is a bit outdated, but I had a good night of sleep. The bathroom is very outdated. And, I hate empty minibars in hotel rooms. Thanks to Booking I also had value for money; good price. Nice breakfast. The restaurant is con-fusing (fusion food, but not really worth a detour. Friendly and efficient staff.