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              Hotel Be Manos BW Premier Collection
              HRS stars
              9.3

              21 Evaluations

              1.10 km to the city centreDistance to city center 0.59 km to train stationDistance to station 12.24 km to airportDistance to airport
              WLAN in room WiFi in room
              Parking Parking directly by the hotel
              Dbl. from
              €119.00
              Hotel Be Manos BW Premier Collection
              Hotel Mercure Brussels Airport
              HRS stars
              5.2

              1 Evaluations

              5.33 km to the city centreDistance to city center 3.94 km to train stationDistance to station 5.83 km to airportDistance to airport
              WI-FI WiFi in room
              Parking Parking directly by the hotel
              Hotel Mercure Brussels Airport
              Hotel Thon Brussels Airport
              HRS stars
              7.1

              1 Evaluations

              Hotel Thon Brussels Airport
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              Frequently asked questions about hotels in Brussels

              The following hotels in Brussels offer free WLAN for HRS guests: penta Brussels City Centre, Motel One and Hotel Be Manos BW Premier Collection. More hotels in Brussels with free WiFi .
              On average, a night in a 3-HRS-star hotel in Brussels costs €122.74. The prices per night start at €47.00. If you choose a luxury hotel, the average nightly price is €138.00 (prices are based on hotel prices from hrs.de).
              In Brussels the Hotel Moxy Brussels City Center, Pillows Grand Hotel Place Rouppe and Hotel Sandton Brussels Centre received the highest customer ratings with at least 8 out of 10 rating stars.
              The hotels penta Brussels City Centre, Hotel Warwick Brussels and Pillows Grand Hotel Place Rouppe have received very positive reviews from travelers for their breakfast options.
              You can relax in the fitness studio after your business meeting at the following hotels in Brussels: penta Brussels City Centre, Holiday Inn BRUSSELS AIRPORT and Hotel Mercure Brussels Airport.
              In Brussels the following conference hotels: Pillows Grand Hotel Place Rouppe, Hotel Sandton Brussels Centre and Hotel Be Manos BW Premier Collection have received the highest customer ratings with at least 8 out of 10 rating stars.
              We recommend the following hotels in Brussels for trade fair visitors and organizers: Hotel Thon Brussels City Centre, Hotel Le Plaza and Hotel Le Dome. Here you will find a full selection of the hotels in Brussels near the exhibition center .
              At HRS you have the option of sorting the hotels according to their distance from the center and choosing the right hotel for you. Or use the map view.
              The accommodations penta Brussels City Centre, Hotel Be Manos BW Premier Collection and Hotel Campanile - Brussel Bruxelles Vilvoorde received particularly good reviews from business travelers. You can find more business hotels in Brussels here .
              You can relax in the wellness area after your business meeting in the following hotels in Brussels: Hotel Be Manos BW Premier Collection, Hotel NH Collection Brussels Centre and Hotel NH Brussels Airport. You can find more information and offers on wellness hotels in Brussels at HRS.
              The following design hotels in Brussels: Pillows Grand Hotel Place Rouppe, Hotel Be Manos BW Premier Collection and Hotel Saint-Gery have received the highest customer ratings with at least 8 out of 10 rating stars. More design hotels in Brussels on HRS.
              You can stay at the following hotels in Brussels for less than 80 EUR per night: Hotel Residence Bara Brussels Midi, Parker Hotel Brussels Airport and Hotel Queen Anne.
              You get a good connection to the local public transport through accommodations near the train station. The accommodations Hotel Derby, Hotel B&B Impasse Pitchoune and Hotel Thon Brussels Airport are perfectly suited due to their proximity to the train station.
              For two nights in a 3-HRS-star hotel in Brussels, travelers will pay an average of €225.74 over the coming weekend. (Price based on HRS prices of a price query from 2 July 2022 for two nights in a single room this coming weekend (8 July 2022 - 10 July 2022).)
              In Brussels travelers can expect an average overnight price of €207.35. (Prices are based on the hotel prices from hrs.de).

              Brussels - A Center for Cooperation, Comics, and Chocolate

              It wouldn’t be entirely misleading to describe Brussels as the unofficial capital of Europe. This Belgian metropolis is the de facto capital of the European Union, and a center for international commerce and politics. But don’t think this city is all work and no play – Brussels revels in contradictory beauty. Located at the confluence of Flemish and Walloon cultures, the city is officially multilingual in French and Dutch, though English is widely spoken. With artistry ranging from gorgeous Art Nouveau architecture to surrealist galleries, to a distinctive (and massively popular) array of comic strips, every visitor can appreciate the local style. And unlike other major cities whose attractions have been encapsulated for tourists, Brussels features many pockets of unexplored beauty, just waiting for visitors to discover.

              Location: From Riverside Fortress to World City

              First incorporated as a small fortress town in the 10th century, modern Brussels has developed into a colossal player on the world stage. The city has a population of about 1.2 million, a number that grows to over 3 million when accounting for the surrounding metropolitan area. Brussels is easily accessible via the European rail networks, with frequent high-speed arrivals from London, Paris, and Amsterdam – as well as through airports in the city itself and nearby Charleroi. Thanks to the city’s port on the river Scheldt, even ferries are available for those so inclined.

              Business: An International Destination

              Brussels is not only the capital of the European Union, but also the seat of its Council of Ministers and a meeting place for the European Parliament. A large, service-based infrastructure supports the international delegates, and the city is of course home to plenty of foreign embassies. Its international flair makes it a wildly popular location for international firms, and one of the largest convention centers in the world. But Brussels is renowned for craftsmanship as well, exporting luxury chocolates and Belgian-style ales across the globe.

              Culture: A Distinguished, yet Quirky, History

              Situating medieval and Renaissance masterpieces, like the guildhalls on the Grand Place (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), alongside post-modern EU institutions, Brussels showcases diverse and enigmatic architecture. The city has some very distinctive monuments as well, from the famous Manneken Pis to the Atomium (constructed for the 1958 World’s Fair, and named Europe’s “most bizarre building” by CNN). Don’t miss the Belgian Comic Strip Center – track the history and impact of this integral part of Belgian culture.

              Activities: Fine Food and Fine Art

              A sampling of the local flavors should not be skipped – visit some of the city’s oldest cafés on a beer-tasting tour, or browse amongst the rows of top-tier chocolate shops. Art lovers will find plenty of galleries and museums – like the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Belgium or the Museum of Modern Art – displaying classic and contemporary pieces from Belgium and beyond. Try the BELvue Museum for a look at the nation’s history, or set out of one of the many walking (or biking) tours of Brussels itself.