Brussels Marriott Hotel

Address: Rue Auguste Orts 3-7 / Grand Place, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Bruxelles area of Brussels, is near Sablon, Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate (Musee du Cacao et du Chocolat), The Bourse (Stock Exchange), and Place St. Gery.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsBrussels Marriott Hotel

          Reviewed by ailingx

          2 days at Brussel

          Reviewed Aug 5, 2014
          by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

          Across the square.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Reviewed by congomike

          Not bad

          Reviewed Apr 6, 2014
          by (32 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

          Not bad

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          Reviewed by stinkytinky


          Reviewed Apr 22, 2013
          by (11 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

          Very old

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          Reviewed by redwatt

          Marriott Brussels

          Reviewed Apr 20, 2013
          by (5 reviews) Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

          Great hotel - very comfortable room with great amenities.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Historical Traveler Reviews Brussels Marriott Hotel

          Nice Place for Business or Leisure!


          This is a great hotel to stay in if you are visiting on business or pleasure. Keep in mind that everything is very expensive in the hotel, so i recommend buying breakfast or dinner at any of the numerous shops and cafes along the Grand Place, which is right across the street. The hotel is built next to a mcdonalds, so try to avoid that!! Nice exercise room and sauna, but no pool! Staff was extremely friendly and made me feel comfortable in my first time out of the United States.

          Taxi fare to hotel from airport is about 33 euros.



          Have just returned from this hotel were I spent the weekend.This really is a lovely hotel. We only paid 99 euros per night at the last minute booking directly with Marriott but we were upgraded to an Executive Room.The rooms are really nice - in standard Marriott colours, not very large, but sufficient for a weekend stay.I ordered breakfast via room service on the first morning. It was not very good but the second morning I went down to the restaurant and it was fab.The hotel restaurant, 'Brasserie Le Savouir', is really nice. The Crab Soup and Steak are to die for.The small hotel bar does a wide choice of beers and cocktails and is nice to unwind in the evening.The area around the hotel is a bit shabby but that adds to the charm as it is also very up and coming and there are some really good bars in the vicinity.

          Loved this hotel!


          We stayed at this hotel last July with our 3 young children. I had emailed them way in advance asking them to put connecting rooms aside and they did just that. I thought the hotel itself was beautiful. The only negative was that the rooms were on the small side. It is a great location - within walking distance to everything is Brussels. We all thought the buffet breakfast that was included in our rate was delicious with a large choice of items. It was very american style. I think we paid about 100 Euros a night per room, which for a hotel of this quality was amazing!



          The Brussels Marriott is a super place to stay. I was there for two nights earlier this month and would definitely go back. The hotel is centrally located near many of the attractions that you'd want to see (Grand Place, Mannekin Pis). The rooms are spacious and very nicely decorated. The bed was unbelievably comfortable. All of the staff that I met were incredibly helpful and friendly. In short, it was a great hotel experience. I highly recommend!

          Perfect place to stay


          I can't think of a better place to stay in Brussels. The rooms are very comfortable, and the location is perfect for a truly Belgian holiday.

          The Marriot is located right near the Grand Place, and near to many fine restaurants, bars and shops. To top it all off, however, I must compliment the staff. They all were the most accomodating and friendly I have ever encountered. You might find a cheaper hotel, but you won't find one better.

          Andrew J. Escude Dallas, TX

          Earned its 5 stars!


          This hotel is fabulous. Beautiful rooms. Great fitness center. Perfect location. Responsive staff. Far better than the Royal Windsor on Grand Place! Can't wait to go again--and I got it cheaply on Priceline!!

          Great value for me!


          I got a room here back in April for $55 per night via an online auction site, and I was absolutely delighted with my stay! This was one of the most spacious rooms, and by far the most spacious and luxurious bathroom, of any of the places I have stayed in Europe this year (and we usually pay in the range of $120 to $160 per night). The service was attentive and polite.

          The only negative is that there isn't much of a local flavor to the room--I felt like I had stayed in this room before, although I'd never been to Brussels. It's certainly a comfortable hotel (and I loved the safety feature of requiring a room key to operate the elevators), but if you're looking for more "character", stay elsewhere. Then again, at the rate I paid, "character" is optional, especially when the amenities are this luxurious.

          Nice Rooms, Great Location


          Let me first preface this review by stating I bought my rooms at an online auction site before the hotel opened. The fact that I paid $75/night for rooms going at that time for $250 or more probably makes me a bit biased.

          Price aside, the hotel helps reinforce Brussels' image as the cosmopolitan capitol of Europe. Step outside the hotel, and to your left, 100 feet away, is the Brussels Stock Exchange. The staff comes from an international mix, and English appears to be the common language.

          The rooms were comfortable, spacy, and high tech (e.g. wireless internet access). The service (including room service) was also nice, as were the amenities (the gym, sauna, etc.).

          I don't think you could beat the locale, which was within walking distance of all the major Brussels tourist attractions (two blocks from the Grand Place). In fact, we were so close that we rarely used the subway.

          If we go back to Brussels, I'm sure we'll stay there again!

          Marriott not a very nice part of town


          The Marriott Brussels is an old hotel they completely renovated and the bathrooms and furnishings are very nice. The rooms are small. It is located opposite the Bourse where a large amount of homeless like to camp. So, area is filthy and some buildings very run down and taken over by pigeons. Did not feel safe there. Breakfast is very inadequate.

          We were in executive club level for a free continental breakfast. Not much choice to eat and if there were bananas they were rotten. Tried the breakfast buffet in their restaurant and found it very poor. Will make eggs to order but just try to get the chef's attention. Advertise free glass of champage but it was not chilled and not opened. Cost is 16 euros which is terrible for what you get. Staff was friendly and accomodating but did not offer to help with our luggage. For dinner, restaurant had a very limited menu. Had to eat elsewhere which is no problem in Brussels.

          5 *****


          Great location, only a few minutes walk to Grand Place and at the edge of Chinatown. The rooms were of a decent size, very comfortable, clean with the typical Marriott red and green design. Friendly service, although not perfect. Don't expect them to get it right the first time, but when things do go wrong, they more than make up for it! In all fairness, this is probably due to the fact that the hotel is quite new.

          Buffet breakfast was good, came with champagne and waffles too!

          TripAdvisor Reviews Brussels Marriott Hotel

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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