Atlas Hotel

Vieux Marche Aux Grains 30 - 34, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $119.00

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Food of Brussels

A travel blog entry by whereamigoing


... the kiddos don't have beers to share but Maureen and I had a couple on the Grand Place last evening. It's cheaper than water here and mostly delicious. It's been pretty cool here and today was actually cold at times. We had a lovely time at the Parc de Bruxelles today and the kids had a lot fun. Beckett's new favorite hobby is chasing pigeons, which does not help with my fear of birds. Isla was ...

Mussels in Brussels (And Beer, Fries, and Waffles)

A travel blog entry by caylameinert


... of our evening of bar hopping, we had a new group of Italian and German friends crawling from bar to bar with us. Of course the American guys drifted towards to group of German girls (who they were lucky spoke English), whereas the Italian boys us girls managed to befriend, did not... The night consisted of us speaking in phrases using tons of hand gestures and repeating the words "bellissma" and "ubriaco" over and over ...

Two mums and two countries

A travel blog entry by janetkerrigan


... We also had a big family dinner on Sunday - it was so great to have so many members of our family there!

I had Monday and Tuesday off work so on Monday I took the mums down around Little Venice where we had a coffee on the canal and then over to Marylebone to do some shopping and for a cute lunch in a little cafe. The next day they went to the Tower of London for the morning and then I met them and we went to the Victoria and Albert Museum in the ...

Belgium: In three parts..

A travel blog entry by carlydavid


... approaching 25th birthday in November, as soon as I saw the brochure for this tour I booked it in for the Sunday! I am so glad that we did this, because it ended up being a small group of about 8 people and we learned that the tour company was owned by an Australian woman and her dutch husband...they had been running the company for 21 years; so she knew her stuff, inside and out. Senior highschool Modern History classes came flooding back into my memory, but ...

Jake's Wrap Up

A travel blog entry by marc_mccrary


... should leave. But we stayed. When we were done, there was 2 inches of snow on the ground. Lets just say it was very frustraighting and slow going to the hotel. The next day it was a long drive to Brussels. Later that day we went to the Grand Place. This is were we got some gifts,where we got are chocolate, and where I got my first "official" taste of beer. At the end of the day i was sad because I knew it was the last day of the trip. And that's my summary of the trip.


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This 3 star hotel, located in the Bruxelles area of Brussels, is near Place St. Gery, Place Ste. Catherine, The Bourse (Stock Exchange), and Rue Antoine Dansaert.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Atlas Hotel Brussels

    Great stay for the money in a beautiful city


    not a bad hotel but certainly not one of the best ive ever stayed at. good location and perfect for the budget traveler who could care less about a fancy hotel.

    Atlas ideal location


    The hotel is a close walk to the one of the most beautiful piazzas in the world, the Grand Place and close to metro and bus stops. Uur room was immaculate and of good size and the morning breakfast very generous. The Concierge services were outstanding.

    Great locatoin, great price, helpful staff, and all at moderate cost. The Marriot Hotel at three times the rate was a half a block away! We could not have asked for more!

    Once was enough


    Hotel Atlas in Brussels has a good location in the centre of the city. Not an especially nice or beautiful area, but not too noisy either. And well, Brussels is not a beautiful or charming city.

    At all times it's better to take good care of one's belongings in this area, the centre is not safe. I have two colleagues, who have been robbed of every penny they had, in the nearby Rue Dansaert.

    The Atlas hotel needs a redecoration, the sooner the better. The room s are small and not too modern.

    The breakfast room in the basement is quite dark and has a simple and somewhat unconfortable furniture, what is available in the buffet, is quite simple stuff.

    Once was enough.

    A great base to explore the city


    Took the family for a long weekend in Brussels. Booked our rooms online, the price was good and the procedure pretty painless. The taxi from Gare du Midi careers around some grubby streets but when you arrive at the Atlas the location is excellent. It's in a quiet, attractive street only a few minutes walk from the Grand Place and with some great restaurants just around the corner and some interesting-looking bars nearby . And there's a fantastic organic food shop a block away if you prefer herbal tea to the grey stuff Belgians call "tea". Breakfast was fine, staff friendly and the rooms comfortable and very clean.



    Nice location to the centre of town. We stayed as a small group last weekend. The staff at the breakfast room were rude but the food was ok. We also found that the public areas were not ventilated and as a consequence the place was quite stuff. I also had 100 stolen by the cleaning staff from inside my suitcase in my room. Not to be trusted! Will certainly not be going back there.

    Great Hotel for location and price


    We just returned from a week in Brussels. We stayed at the Atlas and found the location amazing. They are less then a block from the ST. Catherine metro stop a 2 blocks from the Bourse stop. This is our first time in Europe and we metro it all. We walked to the grand palace, ate and bought souvenirs there. We also took the metro to Station midi and bought tickets for Paris via the Thalis, a bit expensive, cost us 68 each way for 2 people. The good news is we took the 9 am and got to Paris n 1:25 minutes, very nice. We retuned the same day at 11pm and made for a very special day trip. Did the same thing for Amsterdam, but this was cheaper $132 for 2 round trip tickets that can be used anytime in 3 months and you don't have a literary like the thalis.

    A positive review of the Atlas


    I seldom write these reviews but I feel that I should respond in this case because it was not my experience of the hotel. The problems faced by the reviewer do happen and I am certainly not discrediting the review. However, I found the staff to be courteous and willing to help and the hotel a small family-run affair that, for me, was a welcome change to the 4/5 star chains. I hope to return soon and will book again at the Atlas.

    Hotel Atlas- ideal place for a wonderful night


    after reading the comments on atlas i was bit worried of my selection to stay at atlas.but there was nothing to blamed at. i came out from the hotel with a very positive frame of mind about atlas.thanks to excellent service they rendered we didnt have any problem at all .we were given the room by8.00a.m though the normal check-in time was 12.00.the ladies who served at the reception were very helpful and courteous.they really deserve this admiration.they assisted us in planing the days proceedings ,giving valuble advices ,information and meterials such as maps etc.i think one cannot accept a better service than this from class of 3-star.

    The Atlas Hotel Brussels: Avoid this Hotel


    We stayed at the Atlas Hotel in Brussels for two nights in December 2003. We booked the "Must of Brussels Package" which consisted of two nights accomodation for two persons in a double room, breakfast, a "bottle of wine", booklet with vouchers for "free admission" to various attractions in Brussels. The cost was 174 Euros or 87 Euros per night.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Atlas Hotel Brussels

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent