The Moon Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Moon Hotel Brussels
The moon hotel is deinfitely in a brillaint hotel but not worth 45euros as night! the room was very small with juist enough room to walk around the bed and i wouldn't even try fitting two people in the bath room to brush their teeth!
The breakfast room was simple a converted bed room with roughly 5 tables fitting 2 people per table with a few crossants on the side and some cereal!
It was disappointing seeing as i had read a review saying that the breakfast should not be missed. The most enjoyable part fo breakfast was watching the guests walk into the room and seeing the shock and surpirse on their faces as they realised how huddled eveyrone was in the room!
Otherwise the hotle was clean and i would say if you want a location close to the central station and all the attractions its brilliant.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews The Moon Hotel Brussels
Travel Blogs from Brussels
... and now it's time to go further! It's kind of a challenge for me, to travel on my own, without parents or friends to the other side of the world. It's also a way to improve my English. I chose Australia because of the working Holiday visa, a way to combine work and pleasure, serious and freedom.
Here is the project: I'll fly first from Belgium to Thailand, my uncle has ...
... times more like a carnival ride), and landed at an airport 50 minutes outside of Brussels (the "50 minute" measurement becomes infinitely important later on).
When we arrived in the heart of Brussels, Bram was already waiting for us. We started out across the city in search of lunch (and shelter from what looked to be an oncoming rainstorm). Fortunately, I already had a place picked out: Comics Cafe, home of what is evidently "the best burger in ...
... presenting myself at a random organization terrified me. But, I realized that I was only here for a short time and I was going to conquer my fear to make sure that I left the city with a sense of accomplishment. Though this technique was not 100% successful due to difficulty locating certain buildings, I was able to meet with two different organizations. The first, the European Patient’s Forum helped me by arranging a meeting for the next ...
so this is where it all began - such an epic few days that deserve really hypey language.
Weeeeee did lots of cool stuff, such as:
- our first busking spot saw us raise €12 and get chatting with a couple of brewery reps selling some very tasty looking Trappist beers - hmmm delicious ;)
- tried some gorgeous local recipes at a restaurant around the corner from Rich's place (malc ate ...
... and light show Pete talked about and it was also pretty fun trying to explain to the taxi driver how to get us back to the apartment which we couldn't remember the address of and didn't speak either language!
I also enjoyed the shops here. many were "high end" (read: out of our budget range) but a fun look none the less and I did manage to get a few nice dresses packed into the suitcase. Pete got some comic books though, so we're even right?