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A place not to be missed during a European adventure, Brussels is a delightful city with jaw-dropping architecture, excellent beer and vibrant culture.

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Courtyard Brussels

Courtyard Brussels

Guest rating 4.3   202 Reviews
Courtyard Brussels EU

Courtyard Brussels EU

Guest rating 4.6   99 Reviews
Marriott Executive Apartments Brussels, European Quarter

Marriott Executive Apartments Brussels, European Quarter

Guest rating 4.2   67 Reviews
Renaissance Brussels Hotel

Renaissance Brussels Hotel

Guest rating 4.3   263 Reviews
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Brussels

Visitors Brussels will quickly find that although the city’s ancient architecture, historic art, and time-honored traditions are front and center, they are held in a delicate balance with a tasteful injection of modernism. Rue des Bouchers-Beenhouwerstraat, the city’s “restaurant gauntlet,” is a perfect example of this: although it’s trendy, it also has a decidedly non-commercial, traditional vibe.

Grand Place Square is arguably the premier destination in Brussels. Ornate hotels are set in 17th-century Flemish Renaissance buildings in this breathtaking square. From here, beer devotees will want to stroll to the Place St. Géry for a glass of authentic lambic or over to the Delirium Cafe to sample one (or many) of over 3,000 beers. And shopaholics can find their haven at the Rue Antoine Dansaert or many of the other twisty streets filled with chocolate and cheese shops.

No matter what the preference is for entertainment and fun, our Brussels hotel guests will find that the city is a watermark of art, music and cuisine. Masterpieces from van Dyck and Magritte can be found around the corner from the world’s first comic strip museum, which boasts enormous Tintin murals, while snapping a picture with Mannekin Pis is a must-do.

Annual music festivals draw fans from around the world. Corner cafes stand ready to serve up plates of mussels and pommes frites or rabbit stewed in beer that are sure to be an unforgettable marker of your Brussels experience.

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