Hilton Brussels Grand Place
4 4 Star:
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Close to Brussels central station
- Great location for visiting Brussel's attractions
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Welcome to the elegant Hilton Brussels Grand Place hotel. Find first-class accommodations in the heart of the historic city center between the beautiful Grand Place and the Square Meeting and Convention Centre. We have a space that’s perfect for you among our variety of modern guest rooms and suites. Thoughtful amenities such as complimentary WiFi and on-site dining help you make the most of your stay.
Our rooms are designed with comfort in mind and provide thoughtful amenities including complimentary Wi-Fi. Explore the room types and choose the space that's right for you. Guests staying in Executive Rooms or Suites enjoy access to the Executive Lounge with complimentary breakfast and refreshments.
You’ll find us perfectly situated between the beautiful Grand Place and the Square Meeting and Convention Centre, next to Central Station giving you direct access to Brussels Airport. Our location in the heart of the city puts you near the city’s most popular attractions, shopping and dining venues.
We offer a variety of services and amenities to make your family feel at home such as children's menus, cribs, family packages, family rooms and high chairs. The MOOF Museum, accessible through the hotel, is fun for all ages.
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Bruxelles Hilton Grand Palace
Stay Date: 05/2017, cybersosie wrote this review.
A completely delightful experience. The wonderful violin solo outside my window during the evening made this luxurious stay even better! The room was large, clean, and beautifully appointed... the bed was so comfortable . The location of the hotel … See more
A completely delightful experience. The wonderful violin solo outside my window during the evening made this luxurious stay even better! The room was large, clean, and beautifully appointed... the bed was so comfortable . The location of the hotel directly across the plaza from the Bruxelles Central Train Station was such a help! Collapse
Better than I had ever imagined
Stay Date: 05/2017, wendye545 wrote this review.
It was a wonderful stay Concierge services were EXCELLENT! Clean rooms and facilities. Helpful and friendly staff. The hotel is centrally located and close to everything you could need. Lots of food and street entertainment very close by.
It was a wonderful stay Concierge services were EXCELLENT! Clean rooms and facilities. Helpful and friendly staff. The hotel is centrally located and close to everything you could need. Lots of food and street entertainment very close by. Collapse
Great stay in a fabulous location in the heart of Brussels
Stay Date: 05/2017, waterandmore wrote this review.
This hotel is in the heart of Brussels. Our visit was for a mixture of business and relaxation. The hotel is directly across from the central train station and only a few blocks from the Grand Place or the Royal Galeries. It is convenient to the … See more
This hotel is in the heart of Brussels. Our visit was for a mixture of business and relaxation. The hotel is directly across from the central train station and only a few blocks from the Grand Place or the Royal Galeries. It is convenient to the lower town and the upper town by walking. We took advantage of the central train station to take day trips to Ghent and Antwerp and to make our way to Bruges after our stay. Our hotel room is very comfortable. It is relatively large and efficiently designed. The bathroom is works well and the shower is very good. The bed is very comfortable and the hotel is quiet. We have a view of a lovely church from our window and can also set the spire of the town hall in a far corner of the window. The hotel breakfast is outstanding. We have been greeted very warmly each morning and have been very pleased with the quality of the wide range of options and the variety of offerings provided on different days. We were also pleased with the wines available at the bar. Water and soft drinks were a little more expensive than necessary. The hotel is highly recommended for a comfortable and relaxing stay. We also have been able to find some good restaurant options on the Grand Place (La Maison Blanche, Kelderke and Maison Cygne). We also very much liked Chez Willy. We would advise against stopping at any sidewalk restaurant where food is being hawked by waiters pointing to signs of specials. The experience could be worse than you might imagine. Collapse
Comfortable and relaxing stay
Stay Date: 05/2017, becky28645 wrote this review.
The rooms were large and spacious. Location is excellent, You step out of the railway station and look up and there it stands....The Hilton Grand Place. It is located in Central Brussels close to every single tourist spot you'd like to visit except f… See more
The rooms were large and spacious. Location is excellent, You step out of the railway station and look up and there it stands....The Hilton Grand Place. It is located in Central Brussels close to every single tourist spot you'd like to visit except for of course the Atomium and Mini Europe, but a metro ride will take you there. Lovely bathroom and amenities in the room. The breakfast spread was out of this world. Variety of cheeses, cold meats, exotic fruits, juices etc. The staff working at the restaurant were very prompt, polite and helpful even though they seemed to be having quite a busy time during breakfast. At check in the girls at the reception were very warm and welcoming. However at check out we had to deal with a grumpy older man at the reception who found it too hard to even spare a smile. Unfortunately I wasn't able to get his name, but my suggestion to the hotel would be to keep the pleasant cheerful receptionists up front, this would ensure that the guests staying at the hotel leave with pleasant memories of their stay. Collapse
Great location, spacious accommodations, shining staff
Stay Date: 05/2017, jose.k wrote this review.
We stayed here the night of May 8 (2017) - well, our arrival was 0130 May 9 due to a debacle with SN Brussels Airlines. Due to a massive SN delay (supposed to depart Lisbon 1240 but actually departed 2247), I called to assure they'd keep our paid b… See more
We stayed here the night of May 8 (2017) - well, our arrival was 0130 May 9 due to a debacle with SN Brussels Airlines. Due to a massive SN delay (supposed to depart Lisbon 1240 but actually departed 2247), I called to assure they'd keep our paid booking for us after the IT night rollover occurred. (We requested and received a late checkout Tuesday so we could do a bit of repacking and reclaim some sleep, given we got up at 0500 Monday to disembark our ship in Lisbon.) They did, and as Hilton Honors Diamonds we were upgraded to an Executive Room on floor 2. Spacious room, comfortable bed, quiet, all amenities and dodgy WiFi. Awful low back cut off mushroom uncomfortable desk and side chair. The room was nice, if slightly quirky with those chairs, the bed comfortable and the bathroom was spacious, bright, and offering both tub bath and clamshell door shower cell. We departed Tuesday for a stay in Brugge / Bruges, returning Friday afternoon for an award stay. Those in a hurry have access to a Nespresso machine and waffles in the lobby. (We left bags checked with the Concierge, who was only happy to oblige. The Central Station is a very short walk from the hotel, the equivalent of crossing the street, so the location is superb for travelers and visitors.) On our return we are in a Junior Suite but this is a full suite in my book, on the sixth floor facing the Novotel and Rue du Marché aux Herbes, leading to the Galleries Royales St. Hubert. Veer leftish and you'll arrive at the Grand Place, right the Rue des Bouchers and its gastronomic offerings (Chez Léon and Café Delirium Tremens seem to be taking over more and more area business locations in their expansions, so you may find, as we did, our favorite café on Rue de la Fourche is now part of DT). The suite is very nice, with atrium, parlor with desk and modern shell chair, one 220 VAC and two USB outlets, desk lamp and wall mounted flat screen television. Two conventional arm chairs and a double sized sofa bed are around a low coffee table, and two drum tables with lamps flank the sofa. A large picture window has views of the Grand Place bell tower and beyond, facing west (we had a brilliant sunset and fireworks display last night). We had Godiva chocolates and bottles of both sparkling and still water in both room and suite, as well as bathrobes and slippers. We received two more bottles of still water daily. WiFi is free and decent in this room. The hall to the bedroom contains two closets, one with minibar with self storage shelf, safe and shelves, the other a hanging locker with hangers and one shelf, flanking a mirror and offering pegs for hanging your bathrobes, etc. Opposite is the entrance to the spacious bath, with toilet area, tub with telephone shower and large clamshell door shower with double rain shower. Bath sheets and the panoply of Peter Thomas Roth amenities. (Strangely, the wide vanity counter offers a single sink - a minor issue, to be sure.) The bedroom with queen bed is comfortable, with dormer windows (one can be partially open, but noise can be a factor). The room appears sparse in a Scandinavian way, but it's comfortable, with dormers looking out over the Grand Place Hotel de Ville bell tower and a flat screen television opposite the bed. The comfy bed is flanked by night stands with drawers, lamps and pull-out reading lamps - and one 220 VAC and two USB outlets. At the foot of the bed is a narrow bench, and there are one arm chair and drum table illuminated by the dormer windows and a pole lamp. Colors throughout include primarily sea blue carpet, cream walls, white linens, dark woods. Very comforting, relaxed color palette. Everything looks new or / and well kept, clean and The thermostat is in Celsius, and we found the HVAC system efficient (but the power is normally off, and the markings are a bit cryptic - at least one guest complained the day after of stifling conditions, but essentially only changed the setting and never turned the power on). The entire room lighting system is operated by a master switch requiring activation by your chipped room key card. Breakfast is offered in the breakfast room, and the Executive Lounge. If you are entitled to use the lounge, the full buffet breakfast is available to you, as well as the pastries etc. offered on trays within the lounge. (As Diamonds we were offered the complimentary breakfast buffet.) The buffet is substantial, Louise the hostess is exceedingly welcoming and friendly, and another was offering to fetch an omelet, fried eggs, Belgian waffle, etc. made to order. The lounge is on a floor above the ground overlooking the Novotel and the white Smurf statue. There is a barrier - and non-openable full sized windows, so nobody is "jumping over the barrier" to steal goodies or anything as indicated in another report I've read online. In fact, the lounge is open during breakfast hours (6-10 weekdays, to 11 weekends) and only accessible from the breakfast room, where they verify your room number, unless you use your chipped room key card. Afterwards, that door is closed and access is via the bar and your room key card. The lounge is smallish and can get crowded at times. Daytime, there are soft drinks and waters. At noon, small sandwiches are proffered. Tea and pastries are offered for tea. Six to eight p.m. lower shelf wines, Leffe beer and canapés are on offer. A Nespresso machine is available when the lounge is open. Tip: as any place popular with tourism, be aware. I experienced an attempted pickpocketing on nearby Rue des Bouchers within hours of my arrival, and observed a few scammers and untruthful restaurant touts. They'll likely not get into the hotel, and to access the lift / elevator you'll need to insert your chipped and programmed key card. There is room service, and the house restaurant offers a limited but good menu as well as a daily "Menu de Marché" (€28 two courses, €35 three). Service is prompt for prearranged business groups, but they act as if guests are unexpected: my attempts to book were never answered, and when we showed up at noon, nobody on staff did so for 10-15 minutes. Our order wasn't properly fulfilled, service was sporadic and there was not a full time presence in the restaurant at any time. The Maitre D' Hotel seemed surprised that we wanted a bottle of wine, dessert and a dugrstif - but a server who knew me told him it was my birthday, so I was offered a complimentary digestif. Good food, but disappointing service. Verdict so far: terrific location, mostly attentive staff, comfortable, decent breakfast and bar, in house restaurant in need of seriousness. With the loss of the Hilton - Louise and the Conrad, the Hilton Brussels Grand Place is a valuable and brilliantly situated Hilton property, and certainly now our "go to" hotel in Brussels. Collapse
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