Nice Hotel right at the Airport. Very accommodating as I booked the wrong date
It's located was excellent. It eqa very quiet, which meant that I could afford a good night's sleeo each night.
Really pleasant stay. Highly recommended. The breakfast was wonderful though rather expensive if bought separately.
I accidentally left my kindle in my room an hour after leaving I went back and it was returned to me. Excellent location and really friendly and helpful reception staff
Perfect for the price. Ideal if you are looking for somewhere to simply sleep and shower while out for the rest of your visit.
Hotel certainly needs updating. The room was tidy. Bed was good .but the room was sad looking. needs a good paint job and nothing closes.doors etc. And the bathroom nothing finished holes everywhere and things missing from mirrors and lights .
We stayed for 3 nights (couple in our twenties). I have stayed in a Steigenberger before (In Leipzig) and I had feared this wouldn't live up to our expectations after an amazing stay in Leipzig, however I actually think the Brussels hotel is nicer as it seems larger and also more of a buzz to it. ...
Due to Eurostar strikes, we could not get to the hotel, according to ebookers, it was down to the homeless discretion but they were confident they would refund there room considering the circumstances. In the words of the hotel staff "we will cancel your booking but will be keeping your money". We ...
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