Martin'S Brussels EU

Address: Boulevard Charlemagne 80, Brussels, B-1000, Belgium | 4 star hotel
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Martin'S Brussels EU

      Excellent hotel


      I found a great deal on this hotel at Hotels. I am a student studying in Italy this spring, and safety and costs are both big issues for me. This hotel was SO SO SO nice. It's comprable to a Marriott in the States. Eurovillage is right beside the European Union, and the metro stop to the Grand Place and Palais Royal is about 300 meters away from the hotel. Extremely safe and clean area. Great hotel!

      Enjoyed the stay


      Stayed here for two nights with my husband and 5yr old daughter . The rooms were spacious and very clean . There is coffee/cappucino/hot chocolate machine on each floor that was free . Lobby is quite nice and has enough coaches and sofas to sit and chill a bit . Breakfast had an above average spread and the food was very nice . Free parking in front of the hotel was a bonus . Only downside is that it is loacated a bit out of the old town but the metro station must be about 400 meters from the hotel .

      One of best hotels in Brussels


      This hotel was the closest to an American-style business hotel that we stayed at during our European trip. Overall, it was the one of the best we stayed at during our European trip. Additionally, it was a great value since we stayed on the weekend and prices fall when the "Eurocrats" leave town for the weekend (75 USD per night in mid OCT 2005).

      The hotel is located in the EU sector of Brussels (take the Schumann exit of the metro and go through the exit towards the EU Commission building. Stay on that street and the hotel is 500 meters - 2.5 blocks - on your left). The hotel is of average European size with a private bath and all of the amenities - soap, shampoo, hairdryer, and bath gel. The room has both AC and heat. There is great storage space where you can store two luggage cases on one side and unpack your clothes on the other. The room also looked as though it had an ironing board included. A mini-bar is also in the room but you will need to get a key from the front desk.

      All rooms have wired high-speed internet available. This should be free of charge but verify with the front desk. The staff is courteous and multi-lingual. The room had cable TV and PPV with multiple channels from most of the EU countries (Turkey is also included).

      Breakfast was not included and runs 17 euro per person. However, we tried the breakfast on Sunday and it turned out to be well worth the price, especially if you need the fuel to get going on a big day of sightseeing. Breakfast consisted of cured meats, fruit, breads, eggs, bacon, pancakes, yogurt, cheeses, juices, and coffee.

      As stated, this hotel was a great value. You are close to the metro and hence, Central Brussels. If you target your stay in the city over a weekend, this hotel can be a great deal. Stay where the EU stays!

      Lovely Holiday!


      For all its three star status, this hotel must be a borderline 4* with 3* rates. I paid about 51 per night including breakfast and car parking. For this kind of silly money you can spend the rest down town in Leonidas Chocolaterie!

      Could be a solid 4


      This hotel could be a very solid 4 star hotel. Nice lobby, decent size rooms, clean bathroom. If you are very picky, there were a few minor things like the bedspread had a little burn. For under 100 euros it was a good deal.

      We had a car, so free parking was a plus, but be aware that is a little far from all the action if you don't have one. However, I believe there is a metro station very close.

      They had a free coffee/cappuccino machine in the floor, nice plus for us caffeine lovers!

      Simlpy Irresistable


      Taking the hotel as an octopus hot deal I was wondering about what i will find on my arriving there. When I left i was sorry that i had booked only one day! Huge single room with almost a triple bed and a small living room with two lounge chairs and a small table. There was also a DSL connection with daily fee wich i did not use. The real suprise was the bath room where combs and hair brushes were provided. Breakfast was fine in a small cosi room. If you are a coffe lover don't expect too much but as I found this happens to the whole city...All this in a 200m distance from the Europian Union Building. Bus No12 with directly connection to the airport 300m and metro station about 200m besides the EU building both. I won't search for another hotel if I return to Brussels!!!

      Loved the EuroVillage Hotel


      A modern, clean, quiet hotel with a helpful staff, excellent breakfast, air conditioning, and underground parking all included in the price. Just up the street from the Schuman metro station which is helpful if you don't want to drive.

      We found this hotel by booking through a Thomas Cooke travel agency and saved a considerable amount of money from the published rates. They apparently work with another company that books many rooms at a time, offering them at a negotiated discount.

      The only negative is the location if you're driving. This place would make a great CIA safe house. It's on a small street and everything is one way, making it a nightmare to find by car -- even with a good map. The walk from the Metro station is a breeze though.

      We'd stay there again in a heartbeat.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Martin'S Brussels EU

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Brussels

      Living in an Uptown World

      A travel blog entry by pohearn818 on Oct 12, 2014

      24 photos

      ... downhill road takes me through residential Brussels on my way back to the Notre-Dame du Sablon Church, just now on the back-side, and come up on the Place du Grand Sablon, where a large Sunday market is taking place. Lining the streets are vendors selling traditional Belgian souvenirs, art, etc. Along the sides of the square a number of restaurants, and of course, Chocolate and sweet shops. Got some Godiva, Chocalatier Wittamer and ...

      Home to the hurricane

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      Fri Aug 8
      -a night of sleep in CA and then a long delay at SJC, but at last the pilots decided it was a go and we got home to Maui at about 6PM. We were glad to be with our boys and glad to be home
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      Verboden. Verboden. Verboden.

      A travel blog entry by fro-trip on Jun 03, 2013

      14 photos

      ... with alarming frequency) and we headed ashore with Dodger in search of a few more old things. Unfortunately, the rains had overwhelmed the town's drainage system and the smell overwhelmed us. We'd be walking in the other direction.

      In retrospect, following a massive rainstorm is probably not the best time to explore the mostly unpaved grounds of Mon Repos Park, birthplace of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh but ...

      Epiloge from the Prologe

      A travel blog entry by skyloadblue on Jul 01, 2012

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... but we sensibly stuck to water and frites.

      Some riders (like Jens Voight) stopped for a chat with fans, others (like Cadel) were mobbed and had to be escorted through the masses.Cadel did seem to attract a lot more attention than other riders - even local favourites like Gilbert and Frank Scleck.

      Today we are staying close to home for a look around Brussels.

      Delirium in Brussels

      A travel blog entry by josh.lambden on Sep 17, 2010

      100 photos

      ... square and is surrounded by the magnificent old Guild halls that are giant buildings covered with statues and gilded in gold. It was great for lots of pictures. We then followed the crowds to take a picture of the Mannequin Pis, which is a famous statue of a little boy peeing. After that Renata, Derik and I hopped a tram out to Tervuren to see the Royal Museum for Central Africa. It was a terrific museum that was built on ...