Located 1.5 km from Musée royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, this contemporary hotel is a 20-minute walk away from the beautiful Grand Palace. The iconic Manneken Pis statue and the Grote Markt square are respectively 2.1 and 2.2 km from the property.
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We stayed here one night and it was perfect. Beautiful clean rooms and friendly helpful receptionists. We payed the same price her for a night as a 2 star in paris which was the worst. So worth the money and more.
"Beautiful Hotel at a prime location"
It was a beautiful hotel to stay as well as central located. There are restaurants and shopping centre within walking distance. The hotel was nice and clean and the view was pretty good from our room. Definitely would recommend and would say this is a Good hotel at a reasonable price.
"Lovely and pleasant hotel"
The NH Brussels city centre is a lovely and very clean hotel,staff r very helpful and polite plus the rooms r nice and clean too,and also everything you want to do in Brussels is on your doorstep metro is about 100 meters to all the sites plus if you would like to walk it's about 15minutes to grand palace and all the major museums
"worst hotel ever!!"
I dont recommend this hotel at all. It was a nightmare!! We arrived on monday at 00:30 because our train was late. We were a group of approx. 30 people. After we checked in we went into the lift and pushed the button to get to our floor. We were 4 people in the lift and we had our luggage with us. We were tired and exhausted. So the lift went up to our floor but didnt open!! So we pushed the button to get back to the first floor. When we arrived the lift still didnt open! We slightly panicked so we pushed the emergency button. No one answered. We pushed it again and again but still nothing. I started to panic because we couldnt get out of that lift! and it was so small. I thought i couldnt breathe. Someone pushed the button from the outside and thats when the doors opened. I was shocked! Someone came and told us we have to use our doorcard first and then push the button for our floor. Why didnt they tell us BEFORE we went in there'' Rooms were okay but the temperature in our room was nearly like hell. it was way too hot because heating was on, in april!. The air condition didnt work properly and the windows couldnt be open whole just on tilt as we were on floor 4. Lighting wasnt good at all. Floor was partly chipped off and under the bed was so much dust. I couldnt believe my eyes. In the bathroom was no toilet brush and the shower was a little difficult to get in as we had a bath tub with something like half a door of glass. Wifi didnt work properly. Breakfast was okay, but also not 4 stars. We were asked if we're germans and when we said yes we were sent to an adjoining room ('). But the worst was yet to come. On day three we were woken up by the cleaning lady who slammed her doorcard on every door on the floor. When she came to us we told her she can come later. Then we went down to eat breakfast at 8:20. When we finished we got back lke 20 minutes later. We packed our things and drove into the city. We did some shopping and when i wanted to pay i noticed my whole money was gone!!! and my roommates too! The only person who had the key to our room was the cleaning lady! We called the hotel immediately and they told us they would talk to her. Later they said they talked to her but she doesnt know anything and they said they would trust their staff. When we talked to the manager of the cleaning she told us that this lady worked there since 7 days but she called the company she worked before and they told her that there was never a problem with her. That manager later asked us if we need help looking for the money in our room! I was so angry. No one didnt even apologize, I felt treated like a dumb little child. This was the worst trip ever.
"City centre break"
Had a lovely short break in Brussels, staying at the NH Hotel City Centre. It was a well-placed hotel, only 5 minutes' walk from the underground station and hop-on hop-off bus stop. Rooms were clean, with everything you'd need for a city break. Didn't have breakfast here, but went to a coffee shop just along the street - part of a chain called ESKI - very nice selection and obviously popular with locals too. Well recommended!
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM