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Campanile Hotel Brussels - Airport

2.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Lovely people greet you at this place, and for the staff I would give a 5 star rating. Sadly, the infrastructure and support badly lets them down, hence only 2 stars. Without the staff this would have been one star. Location. €20 taxi ride from airport gets you off to a poor start. Location is a little run down, and the rooms are possibly a few years overdue a lick of paint and tart-up. My first impression of the room was worsened by the fact that I had to walk past a group of drinkers outside one of the rooms which I found a little intimidating. The room itself is OK, but with chipped and yellowed paint, and wood chip effect on the walls it came across as very basic. Facilities were clean and everything worked, but the room was cold. The walls were near paper-thin, and even with earplugs I had almost no sleep. Dinner was of poor quality, and €14 for a microwave meal wasn't great value. Breakfast at €11 was expensive for toast coffee and marmalade. On the plus side, the place was thoroughly clean and fresh despite its downbeat appearance, and the staff could not have been friendlier. I feel slightly awkward giving such nice people 2 stars, but despite their niceness, it isn't a hotel I'd visit again because although cheaper than others near the airport, when you factor in the cost and quality of food plus the taxi fare it is no cheaper, yet of poor quality.

Booked in for two nights with my two daughters,small attic room with velux window.three beds shoved together, We had to climb two flights of concrete stairs with our luggage,in the rain. Very old heater in the room had a sign saying not to adjust it would not work at all if we did. this place seems more like a youth hostel than a hotel.Staff unhelpful.

Wow, this is genuinely the worst place on the face of the earth. I went to check in and was sure it was the wrong place from the misleading photos of the place which make it look like it's not straight out of Chernobyl; sadly I wasn't wrong. "We put you on 1st floor no single women on ground floor because of rape". Wicked. I wasn't aware rapists couldn't climb stairs - I feel I right idiot now. When you walk to your room and notice the bedroom windows have metal shutters like a shop to stop intruders (the stairs stop the rapists) it's somewhat alarming. As much as I'm a fan of some modern art, the dead squashed bugs indented into the walls didn't spark any enthusiasm in me, moving past them into the bathroom I declined a shower due to the state of it deciding I'll live to not contract legionaries disease for another day. It was very handy having a plaster hold the batteries of the TV remote in place for when you inevitably get bitten by a rat. The electrics look like they'd been installed by a toddler during a tantrum. And then when the night is finally passed and people have stopped screaming (I heard actual screams all night) - it's time for breakfast. Which is fine if you like a sweaty lump of cheese, stale bread and some cereal from circa 1985.

Max 10min from the airport. Better to sleep here during warm part of the year as heater in the room doesn't work well (not only in my room). The infra red one in the bathroom is much better. Room was small but enough for one person. Door to the room directly from outside the building. Specific place but you are not requiring person, could be good for you.

This by far one of the worst hotel experience I have ever had. First, the moment I arrive to the hotel, I notice a sour stintch in the air. As one of the front desk personnel got a little closer, I notice it was an older gentlement that the smell was eluminating from. Second, their computer system didn't show my reservation and I had to contact Travelocity so that they could fax my reservation into them so they wouldn't charge me extra. After getting the room, I went to the room and notice an ordor in the room. It dust bunnies under the bed that I have taken pictures of as well as a bug on the extra blanket that I pulled from the cabinet. It was in November so it was a bit cold, but the heater on the wall pushing out enough heat to heat up a standing room shower. I was so tired that I laid there with no blanket, no heat, just the clothes I came in with in order to lay my head down. I awoke the next morning and notice that the curtains was sheer and anyone can see straight through it and I was on the ground level so anyone walking by the hotel can look in and see the entire room. It was hard to locate, the cab driver drove past it twice because the sign was hidden. I would say try the Sheraton that is connected to the hotel or stay at another hotel in the area, this one please bypass.

No heating, very cold in the room due to that and very noisy. When someone flUshed water the pipes was "Screaming". Hard beds and not so clean. Still pubic hair at the bench in the toilett after the person who had been there before me. I will never ever come back.

Not so nice, they should renovate the rooms. There are so old . It is great as it is closed to the airport, however you can lessen all the planes. They should change the windows. I don't recommend this hotel if you want to sleep.

Very dated. Restaurant closed and nowhere near to eat. Then we were in the bar and the receptionist served a meal to someone???? Rooms are small and clean but very basic but the bed was comfortable. The one staff on duty was unhelpful and unfriendly. Avoid at all costs

Rooms are fairly small, but have WIFI and good breakfast for extra. One can also have nice Belgian dinner if not weekend. We chose this as had good deal in summer when not competing with business travellers, and has enough parking. Outside of vacation times, seems too expensive. Very confusing to get to from Zavemtem without GPS. In the morning, can be bit noisy as busloads of tourists get ready to depart.

Hotel needs a serious refurbishment. - Mould (fungus) on the entrance and bathroom ceiling and in the room as well. - 83 Euro's for 1 night, Tax excluded, is just not worth it... + Location near the airport. Good for one night (If the price is right). Only a few minutes away from Diegem City. + Free parking while staying in the hotel.

Excelsiorlaan 2 Zaventem

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

Located within 2 miles (3 km) of NATO Headquarters, Campanile Hotel Brussels - Airport is within 3 miles (5 km) of Woluwe Shopping Centre. This 59-room hotel has a restaurant along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and free self parking. It's near the airport and also close to Confederate Museum.


For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 9:30 AM. The onsite restaurant is perfect for a quick bite to eat.


The 59 rooms have coffee makers and desks. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Hair dryers are also included.

Property features

Guests of Campanile Hotel Brussels - Airport enjoy free WiFi in public areas, a computer station, and free newspapers. You can put free parking to good use if you drive. Front-desk staff can help with dry cleaning or laundry, and provide local restaurant recommendations. This smoke-free hotel also has a TV in a common area.

Room options

Standard Twin Room

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Triple Room

Twin 3 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

18% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 160 reviews