Hello Hostel

Address: Rue de l'Armistice 1, Brussels, 1081, Belgium | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Koekelberg area of Brussels, is near Musee Rene Magritte, Notre Dame du Sablon, Vieux Marche, and Rue Antoine Dansaert.
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          • Bar/lounge


          • High-speed internet in room (free)
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Kitchenette

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hello Hostel Brussels

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Brussels

          Beautiful Belgium

          A travel blog entry by emculley on Mar 14, 2016

          62 photos

          Please stick with me on this long post! :)

          The absolute worst thing about being in Brussels is that I had to leave. My friends were probably getting annoyed with me because I was whining about having to leave through the entire airport, but I think they were feeling the same way. Before I came to Ireland to study abroad, I was looking at …


          A travel blog entry by dannjess on Aug 02, 2014

          18 photos

          ... first King of the Belgians, ascended the throne, undertaking the
          destruction of the city walls and the construction of many buildings.
          Following independence, the city ...

          Chocolate Crawls and Cheap Beer

          A travel blog entry by sp13rome on Feb 23, 2013

          ... to see the Royal Art Collection. We hit up the Grand-Place, where the city hall and the King's House sat. It was amazing, I actually was awe-struck and couldn't close my mouth. It's one of grandest squares in Europe, and very well preserved. The buildings are from the late 17th/early 18th centuries. Then we just explored the city, ate waffles and potatoes, then met back at the hostel to get Nicole. We all went back out and ...

          Brussels: Waffles, beer and fancy looking stuff

          A travel blog entry by emizner on Feb 28, 2012

          1 comment, 17 photos

          ... couch) and passed out quite quickly. The next morning, we got up at about 8. Jessica and Jose headed out, and I took my time getting ready.

          Heading out, my original plan was to find Belgian waffles to have as breakfast. They proved to be more elusive than imagined, however, so I settled for coffee and a pastry. I started my walk at European parliament, which I got a chance to see by day. It still more or less looked like a spaceship. ...

          Chocolate, Waffles and Beer….aka Heaven

          A travel blog entry by engagedandgone on Mar 12, 2011

          5 photos

          After many hours on the train and a brief stopover in Paris, we made it from the south of Europe to the north and arrived in Brussels. We hopped on the city tram (we are getting great at using various forms of public transportation, especially ones that aren't in English) and made our way to our hotel. My first impression of Brussels was that it was cute, quaint and clean. Most of the buildings are newer (well newer for ...