Nice enough for the price. Rooms are small but well kept/ clean. Good water pressure. Staff are nice and happy to go the extra mile to help a tourist get around.
Breakfast is basic, so you might have to go out if you want a wider variety.
Overall a good place to stay if just for a few days.
Traveller from Nairobi, Kenya
Located in Ixelles, this family-friendly Brussels hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Tenbosch and Horta Museum. European …More
Well run 3*in period townhouse just off Chee de Charleroi, near Louise and public transport. Pleasant room, comfortable and well equipped, free wifi etc. Breakfast good (although sometimes limited space).
This family-friendly Brussels hotel is located in the historical district, within a 10-minute walk of Museum of Fantastic …More
Very nice market and bars and restaurants close by. It's connected to Hotel Cascade which is important with taxis and tours. The walls are a little thin and you can hear other visitors but it's located on a quiet street so you don't hear any city noise. We stayed in a studio apartment and it had a lot of room and th kitchen was well equipped and lots of dishes and pans etc.
Traveller from oklahoma
This family-friendly Brussels aparthotel is located in a shopping district, within a 15-minute walk of Porte de Hal Museum …More
"A charming Guesthouse in an ideal Brussels area."
A different experience from staying in an impersonal big chain hotel. *A charming guesthouse with a friendly owner... It's more like staying with a relative who happens to own a large house in a nice neighbourhood! (With a couple of incredibly docile dogs).
Enjoy the homemade jam with your breakfast and have Siegfried keep you right with the coffee machine if you're a bit clumsy like me.
The are a fair few things of interest in the immediate Ixelles area; The ponds for a stroll or a jog. Nice bars/restaurants, Place Flagey (a meeting square with a cultural centre and cinema as well as one of the top Frites stands in the city), Avenue Louise, Art Nouveau architecture etc... *Check out a book called "The 500 Hidden Secrets of Brussels" for inspiration.
Bendy bus 71 stops outside the guesthouse and takes you to the centre for your Grand'Place and touristy needs and take the time to enjoy a gueuze or two. Beer is an art-form in Belgium. Sightseeing can be had on Bus 71 *for De Broukere* as you pass en route; Ixelles Ponds, Place Flagey, African Quarter, The Royal Palace and the Art Museums (for your Bruegel, Magritte etc...), Central Station and Place de Broukere (for Grand'Place). The return bus is also Bus 71 *for Delta* which takes you back to just outside the guesthouse.
A day ticket covers all forms of transport in the city (bus, tram, metro).
Siegfried will be happy to give you recommendations.
Brussels has it's own unique charms and you'll be in the mood to return.
Traveller from Dundee
This family-friendly Brussels bed & breakfast is located on a lake, within 1 mi (2 km) of Ixelles Ponds and Horta Museum …More
My fiancee and I stayed here for about a week, and very much enjoyed our experience. The hotel has a very unique, very romantic, ambiance. Our room was small, but still comfortable. Breakfast and dinner at the hotel restaurant were fantastic, although expensive. I would not recommend the hotel to business travelers, as it is dark and people in adjacent rooms and the bar may be staying up late and making some noise. For a couple on vacation, however, it was a great deal for the price. The history of the hotel is pretty fascinating too, and the overall decor is fantastic.The setup of our room was a little strange, however: bathtub in the entryway (on carpet) and toilet in the shower.
Located in Ixelles, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Camille Lemonnier Museum, Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium …More