Hotel Chambord3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
A very good hotel in the heart of the city.Is very well located both for the city center or the european institutions.Very good and friendly staff.They serve a perfect breakfast.The room was nice and clea.
I recently stayed at the Hotel Chambord in Brussels. After physically going to 3 other hotels in the area, this was our choice. I did not realize at the time what a WONDERFUL choice I made!! The room was on the 3rd floor (you can either take the stairs or use the elevator) it was VERY CLEAN with a comfortable bed. Bathroom was just as clean with adequate towels, soap, etc. The rooms are not large but comfortable. Breakfast in the morning was AMAZING!! The Hotel Chambord is very safe might I add. The front desk is right as you enter and well 'manned' with a polite & helpful staff. Location, location, location - right there for whatever direction you choose in the clean-BEAUTIFUL city to discover!! Also: free WiFi and a 15 minute walk to the subway to get to the airport. Just had to give a shout out to this peaceful, clean and amazing hotel. THANK YOU!
Relaxed accommodation with all needed facilities. Due to a power black-out in the area, the payment invoice was sent by post and a copy by e-mail. Roadworks at the area caused noise from before 07:00 and power black-out from 08:00 until check-out (08:30).
This hotel I booked with Booking.com. It had good reviews and it had a good location. I also read about the breakfast which was really good. The staff was friendly and welcoming. The room was not big but it was clean and okay.
Due to the fact a congress was going on in Brussels my company booked a room in the Chambord, my normal hotel was full. Quality of the beds are doubtfull, bring your own UV lamp with you (to check spots eg). The bathroom is old and the shower is old school. My room was at the streetsight and nice it you like sirens and the sound of cars.... This is a mess! Brussels in the sixties.... Avoid this hotel.......
We were going to be in town for a short stay with a small group. Unfortunately we had a severe loss in our team. The reservations service was unbelievably helpful with our reservation. Also staff was very friendly and helpful always. The Hotel location is very central and was easy to find. Our stay was short but we were happy with the cleanliness and the breakfast was very good and prices are low for a major city. Only point of critic was the shutting of doors is very loud as the neighbors kept slamming them. All in all the hotel isn't the greatest but is a great value for it's pricing.
The hotel is located just 3 steps away from the metro station, with easy access to the center and other attractions. Central train station is approx. 20 minutes walk. The room is quite big. The bed is not so soft which I like, it's not huge but enough for 2 people. The hotel offers breakfast, wi-fi (was not good in our room). The room was very quiet and warm.
Functional. Clean. OK breakfast. Basically fine. Good location. Can walk 20-25 minster to Grand Platz. Nice restaurants nearby. Some quaint locations. The staff are friendly and helpful. The only negative is that some of the rooms are a little dark and need some redecoration. I stay here for work, it is moderately priced for Brussels.
As with other reviews here, my experience was mixed and not quite what I expected. The staff were very good, they found me an adaptor to borrow and supplied me with a map. The hotel is very close to the tube. But the lift is the smallest lift imaginable. You could only fit 2 people in and made me feel quite claustrophobic. The room superficially looks good but close up is lacking. The bed was uncomfortable and there was no tea or coffee making facility which is a fairly basic thing. The hotel breakfast however was quite good, nice dining room, very clean, self service breakfast with a good choice.
Hotel Chambord is well-situated. It's an easy walk to the lovely Saint-Boniface quartier, which is pretty, and has some lovely bars and restaurants. It's a 15-minute walk to the mediaeval centre of Brussels, and it's an easy journey to the European Commission, as well as being in the main shopping area of the city. It's also reasonably well appointed - the rooms are much the same as you'd find in the big chains. So far, so good. But the stay itself left a lot to be desired. It was cold in Brussels in early January - down to -4 at night. Most of the rooms have big windows - which are great in the summer, and afford good views. But they lose heat like nobody's business on a cold winter's night. And, alas, although there are radiators in every room, they don't work. Not a joule of heat out of them. This means that all the heating comes from the air-con unit just above the door. Which is controlled from Reception (there is a portable remote control - just one for the whole hotel). In the first room I had, they'd also installed an electric heater. Even with everything going full-blast, the room was only just warm enough - and there was no hot water. So I moved to another room, which, although it had hot water, was much bigger, and without the benefit of an electric heater. It's quite a tall hotel, and the lift is minute - rather like being in a coffin. Some modernisation is definitely needed. I spent a miserable couple of nights, I fear. The staff were helpful, and did what they could, but the problem is one of infrastructure. Just get your heating fixed!
- Walking distance to Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium and Museum of Musical Instruments
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- 24-hour front desk
Located in European Quarter, Hotel Chambord is within a 5-minute walk of Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium and within 15 minutes of other popular attractions like Museum of Musical Instruments. This 3-star hotel has 64 rooms and welcomes guests with free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and a conference center. Church of Our Blessed Lady of the Sablon and Cathedral of St. Michael are also a short walk from this Brussels hotel.
Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning.
All 64 air-conditioned rooms provide safes, phones, and desks. 15-cm LCD TVs are available for entertainment, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Free toiletries are also standard.
At Hotel Chambord, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, a conference center, and free newspapers. Self parking is available for EUR 15.00 per day. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
50% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 528 reviews