Hotel Mozart3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
This is a terrible hotel - avoid it! First off they over charged us on a technicality which will take too long to explain here. When I tried to sort the payment issue out, the front desk personnel were rude and not very helpful. Breakfast is pathetic, one crouton and one piece of bread with a slice of cheese and jam. They did not clean the room once in the four days we were there. The room had no extra blankets. Heater in room did not work. The room was noisy with very thin walls. Dangerous staircases all over the place. No coffee or other beverages in the rooms. The mattresses were old and uncomfortable.
Located blocks away from the Grand Place and the central train station. Very ornate but rooms are small and needs remodeling. Typical Belgium breakfast included. Staff not overly friendly but accommodating.
The location, staff and decor are very good. A 10-minute taxi ride, we paid 10 euros from the taxi rank outside the train station was easy. They have to drop you off about a 2-minute walk to the hotel which was fine. This is definitely a 3-star hotel. The room we had was very small indeed. As a simple bed and bathroom, ok for one late night arrival and just one night sleep after a full day exploring. It is 3 star and you, as most things in life get what you pay for. The breakfast was ok of one croissant and half a french stick with jam, cheese, butter, orange juice, coffee. Filled you up. If you have poor mobility re stairs keep away. Personally, I found our room extremely poor, small and so noisy as we were close to the breakfast room. The room also suffered from a lack of noise reduction from adjoining rooms. Decor was poor especially the curtains hanging off. Be warned. Don't take a room in the lower 130's! Location wise, perfect for central square, markets and restaurants. Next time I will pay a little more and stay at hotels just as close.
Average price, tiny room, decor tired, lousy breakfast, cleaniness needs lots of attention, noisest room in the place in the morning, the room located next to kitchen. Not to friendly reception staff. Plus side novel decor.
Really amazing. Perfect location - just a few metres from athe Grand Place, central location of the old city of Brussels, unbelievably decorated in the Arabic style (as I can understand an Arabic style). Every door to the room is very specifically decorated, small attics in between. "Mozart" is a fact: a piano in the reception hall is ready, so you can use it if you want. Nice atmosphere, a good price for that. The only drawback is several steps you have to go through to reach your room. But if you are not afraid of that, you will really appreciate the whole idea of decoration. The other drawback: breakfast in French style - very standard "French", but - well, you will not be hungry after it...
What a querky hotel. The decor, over the top middle eastern with painted walls and tiles is not to everyone's taste but we liked it. Unfortunately the rooms, though large are not thoroughly clean and facilities in our attic room (128) didn't work. First night radiator cold, sink blocked. Radiator was fixed next day but came back to leaking sink. Showering in two inches of water. Sink not fixed til 8pm next day. The worse part was that access to our room was via a narrow, steep spiral staircase. THERE SHOULD BE A WARNING ON THE HOTEL SITE. We of older age found it extremely difficult to get ourselves and luggage up and down. Access to the breakfast room in basement is similar. Although the owner was fri madly the reception staff were unhelpful and always on the phone. Finally some good things - very quiet at night and comfortable beds.
I had requested a double bed and was given two single beds, the man at reception was VERY rude and when I asked about an ironing board he suggested I go into the back and iron it there. The location is great but having traveled to Brussels numerous times before there are much better hotels out there both better value and much more polite. . The rooms do not block out noise well both from other rooms and the road outside.
The hotel is an excellent location, about 1 minute away from the main square. The decor of the hotel was absolutely stunning, The room was big enough with beautiful lamps and again, beautiful decor. There is bars and restaurants surrounding this hotel. I would definitely stay here again!
I stay in hotel for two night, no staff in this hotel have shown hospitality, no courtesy. Rooms are too small and old also, odour is really make you feel very irresistible. If I ask anything they simply say no “ v don’t “. For breakfast even u can’t choose seat of your choice. I feel I was in prison for 2 nights. There are other good hotels ibis and Novotel, with Little high on price but value of money... I will never ever going to stay and will never recommend to someone to make thr time spoil.
Almost everything was bad. The personnel is very unprofessional and tried to charge what was already paid. Nothing like a simple "Hello" was said at the check-in and check-out. The hotel corresponds perfectly to the expression "cheap luxury". The bathroom is worse than in the cheapest per-hour hotels. Extremely noisy. The breakfast is organised terribly bad -- you are pointed out where exactly you are allowed to seat, sometimes you have to wait for a couple of minutes for them to give you the place, while there are plenty of empty tables. Feels like you are in prison. Again, the service is particularly unfriendly. All in all, I survived one night, but never again. One can find better places in the same area for the same price.
- Walking distance to La Grand Place and Manneken Pis Statue
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Rooftop terrace
- Laundry facilities
Located in Lower Town, Hotel Mozart is adjacent to La Grand Place and within a 5-minute walk of other popular sights like Manneken Pis Statue. This 54-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, a rooftop terrace, and laundry facilities. Cathedral of St. Michael and Museum of Musical Instruments are also within a short walk.
Continental breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM.
Guests can expect to find satellite TV and stay connected with free WiFi.
At Hotel Mozart, guests have access to a rooftop terrace, free WiFi in public areas, and laundry facilities. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with tours/tickets and securing valuables.
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28% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 848 reviews