Husa President Park

Address: Blvd du Roi Albert II, 44, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Schaerbeek area of Brussels, is near Le Botanique, De Ultieme Hallucinatie, Autrique House, and Waterstone's.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Husa President Park Brussels

      Don't even consider the Hotel Husa President Park, Brussels

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      On arrival the hotel looked lovely, the lobby area is decorated with marble etc.

      However the rooms and the rest of the hotel is not what I expected from an apparent 4* hotel.

      The floors and rooms were were dated, tired and nasty looking

      On arriving to my floor the area was extremely dark and dingy

      The door to my roomlooked like it was open/or had been forced at some stage it was warped, and I noticed that lots of the other doors were in the same condition.

      The rooms was seedy, with filthy dirty, skirting boards ( I have never taken any notice of skirting boards before this)

      The bathroom light were broken and constantly ficked on and off.

      The face cloth looked like it had been used to do some dusting

      At night everyone that passed up and down the corridor could be heard quite clearly

      At check out I was told that I owed money for the bar.

      I told them that I had not used the bar and therefore I was not going to pay the €9.

      I was made to feel like a criminal and asked them to looat the signiture on the bar bill and my signiture. They eventually did this and it was quite clarly not mine but insisted that my room no. had been given

      Eventually they said that I would not have to pay the €9, but refused to give me my receipt.

      It was my first time travelling to Brussels on Business and I will definately not stay in this hotel again.

      When I backpacked around the world I stayed in Hostels that were most definately cleaner and friendlier than this so called 4* hotel. The hostels were much chaeper too!

      Would recommend this hotel

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      stayed for four nights, triple room basic but the rest

      was top class, restaurant, bar and staff were very helpful

      Dead dull

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      main entrance is its best feature, after that its all dull, i stayed for 2 nights was covered in bites from flee,s or midgets when i left,rooms have no colour or style, i have stayed in better 2 & 3 star hotels, very quite area more for buisness than pleasure. dont wonder outside on your own.

      Warning

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      Warning: The hotel is located in a dangerous area. I was robbed when I waked to the hotel. Take a taxi.

      Joseph

      A forgettable experience

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      The hotel is not in the best location for visitors, but offers average levels of comfort. The staff were friendly and helpful. Breakfast was rather lacklustre. No great problems were encountered but this hotel remains one of the least memorable I have stayed at.

      Nice Hotel but a bit out of the way, more business class

      from

      We stayed here for 2 nights, it was a bit pricey 110 euro for the room per night

      breakfast extra 19 euro. The hotel was a good walk from Grand Place, we didn't

      walk it but I'd say it was at least a 30 min walk. There is a coutesy bus 4

      times a day to Grand Place which is handy. We like the hotel because the rooms

      were good and spacious, the breakfast was very good, the staff were very helpful

      to us and food at the restaurant was good also, it suited us as we had

      excurisons planned but it wouldn't have suited if we wanted to explore the

      centre of brussles by foot, it's sister hotel President Centre is in a more

      central location but noiser, President WTC was in a quiet location which was

      nice.

      Good hotel

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      Good hotel, were given an executive room at no extra charge. Buffet breakfast was ok but nothing special. Hotel is a bit out of the way from the centre (grande place) but offers a free shuttle service throughout the day

      Fairly Average

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      Not what was expected! Not sure how Belgium works its star ratings, but it was not what was expected for a four star hotel! i have stopped in three stars which are better. As i walked in, i was impressed, and it looked like a four star hotel, but soon as we entered our room, it was dark, dreary, dirty! It was a complete oppositte to the brochure. There were also ciggarette burns in the blankets. After kicking up a fuss, were were given a better room than the first, but it was still fairly average! At least the second room was cleaner and slightly better! Not much selection at breakfast, but ok! One advantage was the hotel provided a shuttle to the Grand Place and was close to Brussels Nord station. Overall an average stay, could have been better though!

      For Grey People

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      Clean comfortable and very very average. Has no sense of identity, mainly for conferences. Close to the town centre 1 mile. Only problem was the shower was broken, followed their guide on how to get repairs done but needless to say they weren't. Could have been any average hotel in any western city. P.S. dont know how the Belgiums work out their star ratings

      TripAdvisor Reviews Husa President Park Brussels

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

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