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TravelPod Member ReviewsFlats Veronese Brussels
Our stay at Flats Veronese was quite great. We have booked 2 studios (28 and 35 sq. meters) and 1 apartment (45 sq. meters), but I'm going to evaluate only one of them (45 sq. meters), located on the top of the building.
I'll make a small review for the following categories:
APARTMENT: The apartment was a quite spacious duplex, with kitchen, bathroom and living room and of course room ( ). There's plenty of space for 4 persons in this flat, as the couch in the living room is a comfortable sofa-bed ( ). The kitchen had a microwave, toaster, water-heater, a stove and oven! The room is upstairs and has a big window on the ceiling of the building ( ) although with strong wind, there was bad isolation and the window opened a little bit (-), not critical though.
We had a small problem with the shower (the water flush was not wide open, but concentrated in a small part of the shower), but manageable for the duration of our stay (-).
There's also cable TV and free access WiFi (SSID and password available upon arrival) ( ).
CLEANLINESS: The room, the linen, towels, bathroom and kitchenware was very clean.
BREAKFAST: No breakfast! It's a flat not a hotel room :) If you want to have breakfast, go to the supermarket and do it yourself. It's cheaper, believe me. Brussels is a very expensive city.
STAFF: No staff at all. Although you can talk to the "manager" of the reception using the room phone or using your own to call the reception. I had the need to do it, and I was well taken cared of :)
LOCATION: It's in the European Union Quarter and a 5-10 minute walk to the Schuman metro station.
AMENITIES: If I'm not mistaken or confused, Flats Veronese has "a protocol" with a nearby hotel (Hotel Chelton) that allows guest to use their pool and gym. To be confirmed locally. We haven't used it.
OVERALL: It was a great place to stay and I recommend staying here when visiting Brussels. It's also a quiet part of the city... :)
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