- Best Western Royal Centre Hotel Brussels (Brussels)
Best Western Royal Centre Hotel Brussels
country: Belgium, city: Brussels (City Centre)
Best Western Royal Centre Hotel Brussels Being ideal for both business and pleasure travellers, the Best Western Royal Centre Hotel welcomes you in a haven of peace and elegance.
Located near the famous Grand Place and the Royal Residence, the Best Western Royal Centre Hotel is in the very heart of touristic and business centre of Brussels. The very professional and welcoming staff will help to make your stay more than enjoyable. Within walking distance are boutiques at the fashionable Rue de Namur and Boulevard de Waterloo.
The hotel has 73 comfortable and spacious bedrooms distributed in 8 floors. All the rooms are equipped to fulfil the needs of business as well as tourist guests.
The breakfast room offers a variety of snacks and dishes for you to enjoy. The hotel bar, Royal Club is an ideal place to relax and maybe try a famous Belgium beer.
Guests travelling on business can also make use of the well-appointed meeting rooms for business conferences and seminars.
Hotel Facilities: Room Facilities: Baby sitting service
Safe deposit box
Cable / Satellite TV
Private bathroom / Ensuite
- 15 km to the airport (Brussels)
- 2 km to the train station (Midi)
- 0.5 km to the train station (Central)
Rue Royale 160
International hotels. — Academic. 2010.
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