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This small and cosy café exudes a casual vibe and is a hotspot for the younger crowd. The seating, albeit limited, is spread over two levels and offers ample privacy. The menu essentially offers Indian and global comfort food with some fusion elements. Vegetarian options abound. The 'Creamy Broccoli Almond Soup' is the perfect way to start one’s meal. The 'Herby Chicken Salad with Chicken and Veggies in a tangy dressing' is worth trying, as is the light and refreshing, fatoush. The 'Cheesy Stuffed Mushrooms' is apt if you are in a mood to be indulgent. Plenty of sandwich and pizza options here for a quick meal. Try the 'Baked Cannelloni' here, which is well-made and satiating. The seafood offerings are a let-down as the fish used here is only Basa. The 'Spinach Chicken Curry' with 'Rice' is delicious and a complete meal. 'Nutty Brownie' and 'Creme Brulee' are good options for desserts. The service staff is polite and helpful, although a bit confused. This place does not serve alcohol.
Ok, let me be clear ... my partner and I love city breaks. A short jaunt away is one of our favourite hobbies. Brussels and this hotel came fairly cheap as a deal, and we decided to gamble (despite some hit and miss reviews) Let me start with the location - honestly could not ask for a better area! The road outside was being dug up and there was a lot of work going on, I was dreading being woken up at 6am when work started. But we could not hear a thing!! The hotel room was so quiet, I am a very light sleeper but I slept soundly both nights. It has a metro station entrance almost outside of the door, or the grand place is about a 15 min walk away. There is also a bus stop right around the corner, or the EU parliament is about a 15 minute walk from the doors. We saw everything and had everything close by, and after a few too many beers the Uber back was nice and cheap too. Room- clean, comfy and we were able to get the AC down lovely and cool (it’s been over 31* every day we were there). The only thing it is missing is a tea or coffee maker, and the shower could do with 10% better water pressure (If I’m being really fussy!) Staff - I have to say, they really are a jewel in the crown. There’s a lovely Spanish guy on reception, who could not have done enough for us. We arrived early and he took care of our bags, gave us area recommendations to visit on the map , gave us time to freshen up and was just so friendly. He also kept hold of them for us on the last day to allow us to really get the most out of our trip. The room we had booked had some sort of problem so they upgraded us free of charge to the business double (we will be booking that next time we go!) I just wish I had got his name!!! EDIT- his name was Jose! TLDR - great staff, clean, quiet, perfect location. Ps: we were away together, not travelling for business so WiFi didn’t matter to us at all.
Quiet hotel, 4 stops from Eurostar terminal, metro outside hotel. Short walk to Grand Place. Very good breakfast. Clean rooms, good value hotel. Air conditioning and safe but no kettle or fridge. Efficient check in.
I spent one night at this hotel. Overall, I can say that it is ok for a three-star hotel in Brussels. When I arrived it was raining outside and the guy from the reception desk was kind enough to borrow me an umbrella. My room was on the last (8th) floor. It was a bit strange to reach it because I had to go out of the elevator, to go upstairs and walk to get to the room. The room was small but clean and equipped with everything need. The bathroom was small but new and clean. The television and internet were intermittently interrupting. I may say that I did not have inernet connection at all. The breakfast was varied. The location of the hotel is good, there are plenty of restaurants and shops around. It is also very close to a subway station. It is relatively close to one of the buildings of the European Commission. In general, it is a rather decent three-star hotel and is suitable for both people on a trip to Brussels and for business purposes.
Overall the hotel is OK but it's a bit shabby and generally needs a bit of redecoration. Room was too warm at night. The breakfast was only ok. The hot part of the buffet consisted of cold and watery scrambled egg and greasy, not crispy, streaky bacon but there was plenty of bread, croissant, cheese, ham, yoghurt and fruit. There is no bar or comfortable area to sit in the shared spaces of the hotel so it's not somewhere to hang out. Location is fabulous. Room was clean. Breakfast was included. Very easy to walk to Grand Place, Royal Palace etc. Good for tourists who won't be in the hotel much.
There's a notice in the lobby of the hotel that apologises to the guest for any inconvenience as they carry out renovations. We never saw any and the hotel is in need of a lot of tender loving care. But the human factor is also missing. Reception is efficient but not very welcoming. The personal touch is conspicuously absent. Our room was on the 4th floor, but the lift says 3rd. It seems to be in the case of each floor, Don't try taking the lift to the breakfast room - it won't stop. Go to the ground floor and climb quite a long staircase to the 1st for an average buffet breakfast which is inclusive. As for our room: spacious but ever so dull with curtains that didn't quite reach down to cover the windows. Very dim lighting at night, a cracked basin in the bathroom and wifi which has a very weak signal in the room, all makes for an unimpressive visit. The plus side: it's a short walk to some of the major attractions and with excellent communication such as a taxi rank and subway station.