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Radisson Blu Royal Hotel Brussels5 Stars
Rue Du Fosse Aux Loups 47 Brussels BE-1000
Situated in the very heart of Brussels, the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel Brussels is placed only few steps away from the main shopping area and the famous Grand Place. The Comic Strip, the Beer and the Chocolate Museums as well as the Manneken-Pis and the famous little boy with six hundred and fifty costumes are only a few minutes walk from the hotel.
The property boasts 281 rooms and suites that are air-conditioned, comfortable and well equipped with an array of modern amenities to ensure you a pleasant and memorable stay in Brussels.
The award winning onsite Sea Grill Restaurant serves the very finest seafood dishes prepared by the professional staffs of the hotel in a pleasant and cosy ambience. A wide selection of Belgian and International specialities are served at the Hotel's Atrium Restaurant with warm hospitality.
With its 15 meeting rooms fully equipped with state-of-the-art conference technology, this property in Brussels offers some of the most attractive conference facilities in the city. The hotel offers a royal fitness club, outfitted with the latest fitness technology where guests can de-stress after a long and tiring day.
- 15 km to the Airport (Brussels)
- Bar / Lounge
- Currency Exchange Services
- Faxing Facilities
- Internet Access - Wireless
- Laundry Services
- Non-Smoking Rooms
- Pets Allowed
- Disabled Facilities
- Gym / Fitness Facilities
- Jacuzzi / Whirlpool
- Lift / Elevator
- Parking Facilities
- Photocopying Facilities
- Room Service
- Conference Facilities
- Doctor On Call
- Internet Access - High Speed
- Laundry Facilities
- Parking Facilities (At Cost)
- Safe Deposit Box
- Air Conditioning
- Mini Bar
- Cable / Satellite TV
- Pay-per-view Movies
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel Brussels Guest Reviews (5)
After much pontificating about where to stay my wife chose this hotel for a city break for her 40th birthday and our 10th wedding anniversary - and I have to say it was a pretty good choice. From arrival felt very welcome with all staff speaking excellant English (yes, lazy... but you know how it is). We had upgraded to a Business Room as it included breakfast for not a lot more than a standard room without, and were not disappointed. The room was tidy with good amenities (mini bar, comfort cooling, large wall mounted flat tv etc) and a nice looking bathroom - no bath though with just a large walk in shower. Work area was very comfortable with decent sized desk and comfy chair. Breakfast was a little chaotic as everybody seemed to get to the room at 9:15 which lead to a lack of seating for a small period, but generally had a good choice of pretty decent quality food including pastries, croissants, toast and a selecton of bacon, sausage and the like. We didn't use any of the other restaurants so can't comment on these. Bar was small but nice, with a good selection of drinks. Apart from the fact they couldnt make either of our first two choices of cocktail (the server was vary embarressed and apologetic) due to a lack of required ingrediants it was a nice place to have a quick drink before going into the city centre. Location wise was spot on for the main tourist areas in the centre only being a 5-10 minute walk to the Grand Place, shopping streets etc. Overall I would say a great choice for anyone visiting Brussels on either business or holiday, and we would have no problems staying here again.
Party Boy Wells wrote on January 3, 2012
Spacious business class room with espresso machine and a kingsize bed. Free newspapers, free coffee, non-alcoholic beverages and fruitbasket in the lounge on each business class floor. We booked a standard room but nevertheless got a business room. Check-in took quite a long time but then again it was rush-hour on a Saturday. We got a, although a little bit worn out, 5-star hotel smack dab in the middle of Brussels for the price of a two-star one. Great value!!!Didn't have breakfast but it was expensive at 30 eur/pp. Had a sufficient breakfast in a small bistro nearby for 6 eur/pp.
Anonymous wrote on December 17, 2009
I was really pleased with the hotel; we had a superb room and the service was excellent. We would most certainly use the hotel again.
Leahy, Margaret - Mrs Leahy, Brian - Mr wrote on November 20, 2009
Terrific location in Brussels just minutes from the Grand Place and many of the sights the city has to offer. From the exterior, the building looks like it has seen better days but inside it is lovely and very well-maintained. Price online was terrific but the cost of food/breakfast in the hotel is unbelievably high. Still, there are no shortage of sandwich shops/cafes within walking distance so you don't have to eat there.
Anonymous wrote on May 28, 2009
The staff were very polite and very helpful. The room was was extremly comfortable and had all the extras needed, especially if you are attending meetings e.g. iron, hairdryer.
Karen Anne West wrote on March 20, 2009
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