Ibis Brussels Waterloo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Ibis Brussels Waterloo
Travel Blogs from Waterloo
... Brussels but it was full and in a sleepy area and the manager suggested we go to Waterloo. This we did and we are glad we did. We walked down the street and visited the TO and did some shopping. Waterloo is the site of the battle of Waterloo of 200 years ago between Wellington and Napoleons. We went to dinner in the hotel, separate from the hotel, had a nice ...
With a short train ride into Brussels and a very short walk (if we had gone the right way first) to our hostel. The hostel was really well located and had great facilities, we were in a 4 person all female dorm room. Our first lot of roommates were really nice and friendly. We dumped our stuff made a plan and headed into the centre of Brussels. Everyone we spoke to about Brussels said it was very small and you could ...
... garden area was so nice - have to say we were blown away with the food - we chose different starters and afters but chose same main - we both enjoyed it immensely and their also did a wine pairing with each course which was excellent - fully sated now and hope to have a good sleep before we depart on the longest part of our trip tomorrow - all the way to Lucerne - almost as long as driving from London to ...
... historical buildings.
From Brugge we went to Brussels. Beautiful Town with lots of shops selling chocolate.
Also "Manneke Pis" is a must see.
Did some shopping and had diner in Antwerp, before driving back to ...
... the Grand Palace in Belgiam. I could bother you with the historical information that we heard on our tour. However, it was the surpise at the site and the fact that is was such a relaxing spot to sit down at a caffee and have dinner and just look at the beauty of the spot.
That night it was home early before our only one full day in the city.