Best Western Plus Park Hotel Brussels4.0 out of 5.0
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Having been on a business trip several times, the Best Western has been a good choice for me. Close to the meeting venue, comfy and clean. This experience was no different, except the room I had (on the 7th floor) had no air conditioning. Typically, it was a hot evening so difficult to rest. However, other than that, it had most amenities as required, tea and coffee, bed, bathroom, TV and Wi-Fi. Only inconvenience, is no easy access to plug sockets (had to move furniture around - to make sure phone charged!). There is no restaurant on site, but there are several restaurant walking distance from the hotel. There is also a Grand Park opposite, so if time you can go for a run! (NB. The park does have parrots also!). Back to the hotel; the breakfast is good as well, and a good choice is available. I can not comment on the price, as this is paid by the company, so you would need to review separately. I've booked my next business trip there already!
Excellent hotel nice staff except parking on arrival problem but overcome with weekend parking free of charge. Pricewise perfect. Nothing to add. ok nothing to add. nothing to add. Bye bye.Till next time. Au revoir.
Great location next to European institutions and Cinquantenaire Park. The hotel has a great potential. Nice but small rooms in old style. The rooms at the rear, really calm but smells of cigarettes even if it was an non-smoking rooms. The back gardien is really big and well kept nice place for tea or coffre in the evening. I did not have breakfast I rather pay 25€ for the parking which is right in front of the entrance instead of breakfast with so many nice cafes arround the corner.
The best thing I have to say about the hotel is the staff were helpful and friendly. None of the rooms have air con as apparently the hotel is listed and they are not allowed to install it. I stayed during hot weather and the temperature in the rooms was unbearable. The room was clean but tired. The mattress was like a marshmallow. Also I am coeliac and they couldn't even provide me breakfast.... shocking! This is not what you'd expect from a 4 star hotel. I won't be staying again.
About 20 minutes and 20 euro by taxi from the Eurostar terminal. Clean and welcoming reception. English spoken. Our bedroom was large, clean and comfortable. Well appointed and no problems whatsoever. The breakfast was included and was very acceptable, good choices on a self service buffet basis. Typical continental breakfast but also bacon and scrambled egg available. No restaurant, but there are quite a few only minutes walk away. Opposite a delightful park that also houses the excellent automotive and military museums which are well worth a visit. Price is not cheap for a 3 star hotel but it is Brussels and nowhere is cheap. Would recommend the hotel if visiting Brussels for a short holiday
The room was small and the bed as well. The company I work for paid a lot for the night and therefore I would have expected more. Next time I will definitely try another hotel. The only very positive thing is its location.
The room was on sale, big, and overlooked the garden which was very nice. The bed was very comfortable. Everything else was nice. Though the hotel does not really offer parking, Parking in the area was very easy. Note that a parking ticket is the same price as the hotel charges for their 3 spaces, but I parked right in front and the "meters" work fine and are much cheaper. The only big let down was the shower. Major fault was the finishing - the plates that hide the plumbing behind the shower were not on (and there is no way to put them on - bad installation). The tub was very slippery so they really need to offer a mat. There is nothing to hang onto and it was difficult to keep balance in the narrow slipper tub. The shower partition wasn't a tight enough fit so water went everywhere in the bathroom. Finally, this newer trend of squeeze bottle shower gel/shampoo is awful and feels cheap, cheap, cheap. Everything else was there, so it is a pity. Give us real soap please (I'm allergic to detergent and hate the feel of gel on my skin). Luckily I brought my own soap from other hotels that I've accumulated. Water temp was fine. Breakfast was good if nothing special (the usual buffet with eggs, bacon, croissant, cereal, etc.). I would stay here again at the discount price, but not at the full price advertised, unless they fixed the faulty shower situation.
My wife and I stayed here over a weekend. The hotel is in a lovely location, and near a subway stop, but it has very little character. The room had only a very few electric sockets and to use even one of them we had to unplug a light or the television. And this in the 21st century! It could be solved with a simple power strip. The key card demagnitizes if there is a cell phone in the same city, meaning endless trips to the lobby to have the key reconfigured. And, frankly, 15 euros for breakfast is a bad deal.
I have been there for work. The front office guy was not so friendly when arrived... The room was clean but really "ancient". The bed was ancient as well and not so comfortable. Breakfast was sufficient in a nice room with nice waitress.
This is a pretty standard best western hotel: usual amenities, usual interiors, usual experience. The bed is too short if you are over at 1,90m, breakfast is uneventful, and the hotel is just a place to crash, nothing more. The best thing about the hotel is its location, which is pretty sensual, and with the good access to a central metro station.
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54% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 161 reviews