Ratings based on 31 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
3.7 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Clean, good value hotel, 15 minutes from Eurostar.Posted Nov 2, 2013
Pros: Good price in Central Brussels, easy for Metro and close to a couple of good, local Restaurants.
Cons: As above, some drink making facilities.
Location: Within 20 minutes of Brussels train station where the Eurostar arrives/departs. A couple of good value, and good food, Italian restaurants.
Overall a clean, reasonable hotel. No tea/Coffee making facilities and very basic TV channels, this may be the result of the price paid to be fair. Shower was difficult, design fault meant it always left a pool of water no matter how careful you were.
for Everyoneby Karen from Kent, UK
A different experience in a central positionPosted Oct 23, 2013
Pros: Quirky. White with a lot of bright colour. Comfortable, light and clean room, balcony.
Cons: A few patches in the decor.
Location: Short walk to metro station from where you can reach any part of the city.
The Pantone was easy to find and walking distance from Brussels-Midi station. The room was clean and comfortable and there was plenty of colour. We liked having a balcony, even in the centre of the city, and windows along two walls let in a lot of light. It was lovely to have a window in the bathroom as well. As we could open the balcony door the room was airy and the temperature was comfortable. Our room had a lighting panel in the wall above the bed which was a light violet colour when we arrived at night. In daylight the panel was a vivid blue!
for Everyoneby grandoll from glasgow
Friendly and quirky hotel in Brussels city centrePosted Sep 25, 2013
Pros: Staff and colour chart theme
Cons: Lift is small and overused. Stairs are twisty awkward particularly if you have luggage or a sore knee!
Location: Very near major shopping street, chafes, restaurants and Louiza metro station. Small designer outlet nearby
Convenient hotel which has a Pantone, colour theme making it very bright and colourful. It's informal and staff are chatty and helpful. The rooms are arty and cool. Only downside for me was the deep green, blue or yellow toilet paper!
for Familiesby David from Barcelona
Nice hotel in an interesting locationPosted Sep 12, 2013 on Hotels.com
We stayed 3 nights during our trip to Brussels with all the family. This hotel is 15min. walking distance from MIDI train Station and 5 minutes from metro station and several bars and restaurants. Even it's not in the heart of Brussels, is very well located in a quiet neighbourhood. The hotel is new, opened in 2010, every floor is identified by different colours. confortable, not very big room, but big enough to pass a comfortable stay. I would recommend it if you're on limited budget.
Recommendedby GerryC from Markham, Canada
Modern looking interiorPosted Sep 10, 2013 on Hotels.com
The room was spacious and had a huge backlit screen on the wall, it was very original. Staff are friendly and helpful. The location is good as Metro stops, many of the shops and restaurants are just a 5 minute walk.
for Everyoneby simon from sheffield, uk
good value and a bit differentPosted Aug 29, 2013
Pros: it's appearance and modern feel
Cons: maintain room e.g. stop shower dropping down
Location: good location, within easy reach of Eurostar station at Brussels midi station also within walking distance of the old town
Good value and the bright colour theme was interesting. room was a little small e.g. bathroom door didn't fill open and could do with a little maintenance e.g. shower kept slipping down but pleasant enough and I enjoyed my stay.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
pleasantPosted Aug 27, 2013
Pros: Spacious room and bathroom
Cons: Internet connection in the rooms
Location: too far from the city centre unless the guest is willing to use night buses
the hotel is clean and the staff are helpful and the staff are helpful. The breakfast costs 15 euros which is good value because there is a wide variety of food to choose from. I had breakfast in a neighbouring café which cost me 12 Euros so 15 Euros is not a huge difference when you consider the added variety of a cooked food, cereal, fruits and cold meats plus a variety of tea and coffee. The room was spacious and so was the bathroom for a 3 stars hotel. There are two drawbacks to this hotel. First the internet connection in my room was very poor and frustrating. I had to go down to the lobby to have a good connection. The second drawback was the distance of the hotel from De Beurs, which is only few stops away from the hotel but in my case I was staying out late after 1am so there was no Metro and the taxi costs on average 10 Euros. On the whole the hotel offers good value if you don't need internet and don't want to go out late in the city centre.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great concept, slipping execution.Posted Aug 16, 2013
Pros: Cool atmosphere and colour palate.
Cons: Signs of wear and tear.
Location: Perfectly situated away from the crowds of Grand Place.
An interesting concept and neat atmosphere. Only 3 years old, but unfortunately already past its prime; rooms and corridors show clear signs of wear and tear. Still the location and neighbourhood are great: safe, convenient, clean and close to great shops and restaurants around Louise.
Recommendedby Veronica from USA
Good ExperiencePosted Aug 1, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel was nice. Very reasonably priced.
for Business Travelersby Stavros from UK
A good hotel to stay inPosted Jul 4, 2013 on Hotels.com
Quite satisfied with my stay there. It is close to a metro station, the room was really good and the staff quite helpful. Overall, a good hotel to stay in...