Mar 25, 2019 - Mar 26, 2019

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Travel deep into the heart of Belgium and you will find the thriving capital city of Brussels. Brussels is a thriving urban center that is known for its decadent chocolate, rich craft beer, and ornamental buildings. It has a history that dates back to the Middle Ages, and is the perfect destination for a European vacation. If you plan to visit Brussels, let Skyscanner help you plan all of your lodging needs.

Cheap Hotels in Brussels

In Brussels, the American dollar goes far and you can stay at a nice hotel for less than $100 per night. Check out NH Brussels Stephanie, Thon Hotel Brussels City Centre, or Pantone Hotel. If you are looking to splurge on an upscale hotel, they can be booked for less than $200 per night and are all conveniently located near the shopping centers, restaurants, and museums in the city. When searching for a hotel in Brussels, use Skyscanner's hotel booking tool to get the best rate available.

Does Brussels Have Luxury Hotels?

Yes! Brussels has premier luxury hotels you will not find anywhere else. Splurge on the phenomenal suites at Le Chatelain Hotel, Warwick Brussels, and Hilton Brussels Grand Place. These hotels will roll out the red carpet for you and offer amenities like 5-star dining, on-site swimming pools, day spas, and more. A luxury hotel in Brussels can be snagged up for under $300 per night.

Boutique Hotels in Brussels

Brussels has several boutique hotels located in the heart of the city. Whether you are looking for a room that is modern and trendy, or one that showcases classic European decor, there is something for everyone. Many of the boutique hotels around the city can be reserved for less than $100 per night.

Money Saving Tips

To get the most for your money, travel to Brussels during the spring when tourism is down so that you can reap the rewards of cheaper hotel rates. If your travel plans are flexible, consider booking your room during the middle of the week to save even more money.

Amenities Offered at Hotels in Brussels

Brussels experiences cold weather for many months of the year and so you will not find an outdoor swimming pool at most hotels. When researching hotels in Brussels, find one with an on-site restaurant, day spa, fitness center, hotel concierge service, free Wi-Fi, or a snack bar. Most of the hotels boast great views of the city and are clad in beautiful European decor.

Attractions in Brussels

When you travel to Brussels, be sure to bring a camera so you can capture all of the magical scenery you see while touring this fascinating city. While in town, sign up for the Brussels Food and Beer Walking Tour and the Brussels Chocolate Walking Tour and Workshop so you can taste what all of the fuss is about. This place is packed with museums like Train World and the Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and of Military History. Have your itinerary nailed down before arriving so you can hit all of the attractions you wish to see.

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Kalee Fambrough
Kalee FambroughMiami, Florida, USA

I can’t recommend Brussels enough! It is a foodie paradise! So many yummy things to try like the waffles, frites and assorted beers! Definitely recommend!

Paolo Ibarra
Paolo IbarraSingapore, Singapore

I like this city. I went there for a weekend trip and wished that I could stay longer. There were so many things to see and do. The food was great, the people were friendly, and the nightlife was fun. I tried out some of their beers, waffles and obviously the chocolates. If I’m near Belgium, I might swing by again for another visit.

Rich Carriero
Rich CarrieroLongmont, Colorado, USA

I liked Brussels for many reasons. It is a vital city and not a museum piece, which is always a major plus in my opinion. The people are stylish, polite and unpretentious. While they don't seem friendly at first, they aren't surly either and open up quickly. As many guidebooks describe it, Brussels is a mishmash of medieval and modern with a handsome square in the form of the Grand Place contrasting the modern EU Capital district. The beer and chocolate live up to their billing and the local cuisine is both varied and hearty. I would definitely visit again.

John McCalmont
John McCalmont

Friendly, cosmopolitan city with fantastic cuisine and bars. Lovely architecture. City has a great atmosphere, day and night.


The least expensive month is August, with an average of $ 103 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Brussels is October, with an average price of $ 150 per night.
The average price of a hotel in March last year was $ 123 per night. This is 4% less than the average nightly price of $ 129 seen over the previous 12 months.

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