Pros

  • Location in the heart of the financial district
  • Pleasant rooms with mini-fridges, tea kettles, and flat-screen TVs
  • Stylish on-site restaurant and bar
  • 24-hour business center and three meeting rooms
  • Well-equipped fitness center with cardio machines and weights
  • Wellness center with sauna and steam room
  • Grab-and-go snack and room service available
  • Babysitting and cribs available on request
  • Free Wi-Fi in public spaces
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Cons

  • Ground-floor rooms may get street noise
  • Breakfast not included in room rates
  • In-room Wi-Fi is an extra fee
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Bottom Line

Located in the bustling heart of the city’s financial district, the upper-middle-range Hilton Brussels City hotel offers a tastefully modern atmosphere particularly attuned to business travelers, though it also accommodates tourists as well. Rooms are tastefully decorated in neutral decor with attractive hardwood floors, mini-fridges, and flat-screen TVs, though lower floors get street noise. There’s a chic on-site restaurant and bar plus meeting rooms and a business center, but in-room Wi-Fi and breakfast cost extra. The neighboring four-pearl Sheraton Brussels Hotel is more expensive, but it includes a pool.

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Amenities

  • Cribs
  • Fitness Center
  • Internet
  • Pets Allowed

Oyster Hotel Review

Hilton Brussels City

Scene

Modern and professional atmosphere with a design-conscious restaurant

The Hilton Brussels City hotel reflects the atmosphere of its location in the heart of the financial district. The cream-colored corner building, with wrought-iron Juliet balconies and an entrance punctuated with flags, blends seamlessly with other neighboring buildings. White walls, recessed lighting, and white-tile floors give a blank canvas for the eclectic modern decor. A broad black-and-white runner rug printed with flora leads up to the long white-veneered front desk. A small seating area with two slouching gray couches and striped floor pillows gives a spot for guests to collect themselves. The restaurant and lounge is the visual standout here, with floor-to-ceiling windows, clusters of patterned lampshades, and a collection of blue-and-white vases and ceramics accenting one wall. The wine list at the bar is presented on a trendy, large chalkboard. Overall, the hotel offers a professional vibe that’s geared toward business guests, though it hosts plenty of tourists, too. 

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Location

In the financial district, right next to the Rogier metro station

Situated on a busy square in the financial district, the hotel is in walking distance to public transportation, sightseeing, and shopping. The hotel is also accessible by car and has a parking garage in close proximity, but guests should note that the major road leading to the hotel is often at a standstill during rush hour.

  • Two-minute walk to Rogier metro station
  • Five-minute walk to Rue Neuve shopping district
  • Eight-minute walk to Gare du Nord station
  • 12-minute walk to World Trade Center
  • 16-minute walk to Grand-Place square
  • 20-minute drive to the Brussels Airport
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Rooms

Neutral decor with beautiful hardwood floors and mini-fridges

The guest rooms' decor reflects the eclectic modern style of the hotel in smaller measure with oversized dark-wood headboards and built-in nightstands, wardrobes, and writing desks with burgundy-colored chairs. Guests rave about the hardwood floors, which offer a nice change from the typical chain wall-to-wall carpeting. All rooms are outfitted with mini-fridges, tea kettles, safes, flat-screen TVs, irons, bathrobes, and slippers. But in-room Wi-Fi is an extra fee. White-tile bathrooms have gray-marble vanities, hairdryers, Peter Thomas Roth toiletries, and shower/tub combos. In some rooms toilets are in separate vestibules from the sinks and showers. Guests in suites get the added benefit of an espresso machine and a seating area. Note that rooms close to the ground floor can pick up outside noise, so light sleepers should book a room on higher floors (and not facing the railway). 

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Features

Stylish restaurant plus 24-hour business and fitness centers

The Hilton Brussels City hotel has a chic restaurant and bar that serves a full breakfast, although it's not included in the room rate. Off the lobby is a grab-and-go food station with snacks and drinks. Rooms service is also available. Business travelers can make use of the three modern meeting rooms with their own coffee lounge. Guests also have access to a variety of business tools, such as audiovisual or video conferencing equipment, and a small, 24-hour business center with a computer and printer is on-site. Wi-Fi is free in all public spaces. There’s also a fitness center with treadmills, stationary bikes, and free weights, as well as a wellness center that consists of a spacious sauna and modern steam room. Family conveniences, like babysitting, cribs, and high chairs are available on request. 

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Oyster Hotel Review

Hilton Brussels City

Scene

Modern and professional atmosphere with a design-conscious restaurant

The Hilton Brussels City hotel reflects the atmosphere of its location in the heart of the financial district. The cream-colored corner building, with wrought-iron Juliet balconies and an entrance punctuated with flags, blends seamlessly with other neighboring buildings. White walls, recessed lighting, and white-tile floors give a blank canvas for the eclectic modern decor. A broad black-and-white runner rug printed with flora leads up to the long white-veneered front desk. A small seating area with two slouching gray couches and striped floor pillows gives a spot for guests to collect themselves. The restaurant and lounge is the visual standout here, with floor-to-ceiling windows, clusters of patterned lampshades, and a collection of blue-and-white vases and ceramics accenting one wall. The wine list at the bar is presented on a trendy, large chalkboard. Overall, the hotel offers a professional vibe that’s geared toward business guests, though it hosts plenty of tourists, too. 

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Location

In the financial district, right next to the Rogier metro station

Situated on a busy square in the financial district, the hotel is in walking distance to public transportation, sightseeing, and shopping. The hotel is also accessible by car and has a parking garage in close proximity, but guests should note that the major road leading to the hotel is often at a standstill during rush hour.

  • Two-minute walk to Rogier metro station
  • Five-minute walk to Rue Neuve shopping district
  • Eight-minute walk to Gare du Nord station
  • 12-minute walk to World Trade Center
  • 16-minute walk to Grand-Place square
  • 20-minute drive to the Brussels Airport
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Rooms

Neutral decor with beautiful hardwood floors and mini-fridges

The guest rooms' decor reflects the eclectic modern style of the hotel in smaller measure with oversized dark-wood headboards and built-in nightstands, wardrobes, and writing desks with burgundy-colored chairs. Guests rave about the hardwood floors, which offer a nice change from the typical chain wall-to-wall carpeting. All rooms are outfitted with mini-fridges, tea kettles, safes, flat-screen TVs, irons, bathrobes, and slippers. But in-room Wi-Fi is an extra fee. White-tile bathrooms have gray-marble vanities, hairdryers, Peter Thomas Roth toiletries, and shower/tub combos. In some rooms toilets are in separate vestibules from the sinks and showers. Guests in suites get the added benefit of an espresso machine and a seating area. Note that rooms close to the ground floor can pick up outside noise, so light sleepers should book a room on higher floors (and not facing the railway). 

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Features

Stylish restaurant plus 24-hour business and fitness centers

The Hilton Brussels City hotel has a chic restaurant and bar that serves a full breakfast, although it's not included in the room rate. Off the lobby is a grab-and-go food station with snacks and drinks. Rooms service is also available. Business travelers can make use of the three modern meeting rooms with their own coffee lounge. Guests also have access to a variety of business tools, such as audiovisual or video conferencing equipment, and a small, 24-hour business center with a computer and printer is on-site. Wi-Fi is free in all public spaces. There’s also a fitness center with treadmills, stationary bikes, and free weights, as well as a wellness center that consists of a spacious sauna and modern steam room. Family conveniences, like babysitting, cribs, and high chairs are available on request. 

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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner

  • Airport Transportation

  • Babysitting Services

  • Business Center

  • Cable

  • Concierge

  • Cribs

  • Dry Cleaning

  • Fitness Center

  • Internet

  • Kids Allowed

  • Laundry

  • Meeting / Conference Rooms

  • Pets Allowed

  • Room Service

  • Separate Bedroom / Living Room Space

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