Leonardo Hotel Charleroi-City
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLeonardo Hotel Charleroi-City
Ik moest een hotel vinden kort bij het station aangezien ik de volgende dag redelijk vroeg op de luchthaven moest zijn.
Badkamer redelijk oud en niet echt verzorgd. Redelijk oude kamer met heel wat sleet zichtbaar.
Proper, maar niet meer dan dat. Nochtans voor de prijs (50 EUR) mocht het toch iets meer zijn.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Leonardo Hotel Charleroi-City
Travel Blogs from Charleroi
... map of the Efteling, I think they are a bit lost haha. I didn't know the Efteling was this epic, about that, I forgot to get the tickets.... I wonder why dad doesn't get scared in planes, it's so freaking high! Since I forgot to get something to eat at the airport I had to go on an adventure. I figured out that the beach is really close by and so beautiful. I'm jealous ...
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... both at a time when the city was fully ringed by a most and a done wall. It also explained some important history of the city and the square. For example, in 1695, a French siege destroyed 4000 mostly wooden buildings but missed the dominating gothic tower of the city hall building. The city and building owners, mostly business groups and trade guilds built them back stronger and in stone. Then we began walking uphill to upper town. Brussels was built on the side of a ...
... connection in Arlon was even shorter. Again we assured ourselves that there would be another train from Arlon to Luxembourg if we missed our connection. Again we pulled into the station late, but (thank you god of transport) the train was held at Arlon as well. Even better, the train leaving Arlon for Luxembourg City was on the opposite side of the track from the train we pulled in on: no stairs to climb, ...
After finishing work on Friday we meet Michael and Rachel Down at Kings Cross to catch our Train to Brussels, Belgium. The train journey was about two hours long and after enjoying our dinner on the train we arrive in Brussels at about 10pm local time. It was a reasonable pleasant night and approximately 30minutes walk from the train station to our Hotel. We (Ben and Downo) slung the backpacks on our backs and started the walk. It was a good way for us to get ...