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... taken a bit more time there. Thanks for the suggestion, Elise. I had some time to go to the Magritte Museum. Again, I like art museums that focus on one artist. If you're not familiar with his name, you probably still know his work. He painted the man with a bowler hat and a green apple for a head (think Thomas Crown Affair) and a bird that is painted like clouds in the sky. I never take audio guides in art museums but wished I did in this ...
... is an all you can eat ribs place. Dreams CAN come true! It was excellent. I had four racks of ribs, one baked potato and a beer. I was so full by the time that was over. Omar was the winner though with five racks, which is just mental.
We went to a bar called Big Game Brussels after dinner to watch the England vs. Italy match. It was an okay bar with lots of tv’s, but it was slightly ruined by all the really annoying English fans who were ...
... which was fine by us since we had wasted money on a day pass for the bus.
So we got off at Gare Central and said hallelujah finally a place we know. We decided to have dinner at the Hard Rock Cafe in the Grand Place. I tell ya, when you're super thirsty a place with free refills is a godsend. So we had our first and last meals in Brussels at Hard Rock. Don't hate, we ate Belgian food too for most of our trip. Then we took our REAL last pictures ...
... to dinner at Chez Leon, a restaurant recommended by another student in our study abroad program. I was excited for it this dinner because Brussels is famous for their mussels and seafood. Ali talked me into trying oysters for the first time and we split 6. I don’t think I will be having oysters ever again. Next I ordered mussels with melted cheese and garlic on top. That was one of my favorite meals in Europe so far. After ...
... EU and its relations with the Arab World in lieu of the Arab Spring, among other topics. I found most of these quite interesting, but what I concluded from these lectures (as did most of my classmates) was that the EU is theoretically and ideally a great vessel for European cooperation as it relates to forming and facilitating policies, but in actuality hardly gets any work done because the 27 member states can never come to a consensus on important issues. The fact that ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Limousine Service upon request
- 267 rooms
- Free Wifi
- Wiltcher's coffee is mittal by our new Brasserie
- Meeting rooms: 13 rooms
- Non smoking room
- Parking = € 14.90
- Breakfast, continental to 15 €; american to 25 €
- Aspria: only for adults (18 years)
- City tax: 9.5 €
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Historical Traveler Reviews Steigenberger Grandhotel Brussels
The rooms in this hotel are quite nice. They definitely live up to 5-star standards including a very nice all marble bathroom. The services in the hotel are good in that any problems encountered were addressed by the front desk staff very quickly and efficiently.
First the good - hotel is in a beautiful area of Brussels, along the Avenue Louise where you will find many lovely shops and restaurants. Also, the hotel itself is gorgeous and our room was enormous, especially by European standards. We joked that the bathroom at the Conrad was the same size as our entire room at our recently departed Paris hotel! Extremely clean.
I stayed at The Conrad over the new year. First impressions were that we were virtually the only people there - it was dead! It's a great hotel, large and luxurious rooms and bathrooms, and certainly one of the best beds I've ever experienced in a hotel. The sports and leisure facilities are amazing although on Dec.31 04 there were signs going up saying that Chamneys who ran it was pulling out so I'm not sure what is happening with the pool and spa now.
Second time I have stayed at the Conrad and it did not fail to impress. Fast efficient check in and up to my large, airy, light room. Big bathroom with separate shower and the best pillows I have seen in a hotel for a long time. Diner was again efficient and yet relaxed. There is always a doorman or other member of staff around to help you. Only slight downside is the lounges seem to be busy with business meetings and everyone seems to be smoking.
But overall, great location, right in the middle of all the designer shops. Expensive hotel in an expensive loctation, but worth it.
Stayed at the Conrad for one night in Feb 04. Was a very nice stay and hotel. The check in staff showed us up to our room personally, and it was a fantastic room. Huge bath, walk in shower, reception area, and big bedroom. We had no complaints, house keeping dealt with requests for towels etc very quickly. Bell man was very friendly and polite. They congratulated us on having the best and biggest room in the hotel that was a suite. I only booked a standard room, so assume it was an upgrade :-)
Probably the best in Brussels
A very good hotel in a city where most of the hotels are fairly anonymous. Standard of accomodation is excellent and the public areas of the hotel are very impressive. We had a slight glitch with the bill which took a bit of sorting out after we left but generally the staff were very friendly.
My husband, myself and two friends recently stayed in the Conrad Brussels for three nights. What a wonderful stay we had. The hotel was immaculate and set in a very prestige area. Breakfast was included in the package, such a variety, all tastes were catered for. The only negative point I would make was the extra charge for use of leissure complex. The excellence of the hotel was matched only by the competence and professionalism of the staff.
The Conrad at Brussels
I had a romantic arrangement at the Conrad (20th anniversary of marriage). We waited 2 hours for the cold breakfast. The room service was non-excistent. At the desk I made a complaint. They put a form in front of me without speaking a word. After that I never heard about the Conrad ever again. Not even a appology. I guess they put the form in the trash bin.I never go to a Conrad hotel ever again !
I would gladly recommend this hotel, in my opinion it is nicer than the Metropole for two reasons, firstly, the staff are much nicer they are friendly and very professional, the rooms are nicer too, what you see on their web site is what you get unlike the Metropole whose pictures are completely misleading leaving you disappointed upon arrival.