- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- No parking is available onsite.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard, and Visa.
- Charges or special cancellation policies for group reservations may apply (more than 8 rooms for the same property/stay dates).
- No rollaway or extra beds are available.
Hotel Mozart3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
The Hotel is very central and close to everything. It is a Marroco style Hotel. People are nice and friendly and the rooms are ok. Eventhought they coul be better. In general I can say that is a nice place.
The entrance and public areas are very 'Moroccan' which was nice. However..... When we arrived we found they had already used our card to pay for the room, we were presented with our copy of the receipt. The room was NOT as advertised, we had booked a triple room, we got a double bed and a tiny camp bed crammed into a corner. No facilities in the room except for a hairdryer and a tv with 4 channels. Plug sockets hanging off the walls. Dark room even with the lights on. Tiny bathroom with no soundproofing or ventilation. Breakfast seems to placed out on the tables first thing, croissant, bread, cheese and Orange juice. We got to breakfast at 0900 and the cheese was starting to curl up. Very noisy location. Not even acknowledged by staff when handing back the key to our room. Lots of stairs which may put some people off. Good points.... Two minutes walk from Grand Place. Would I recommend this hotel? No
Very central and close to everything. We booked this hotel as it offered 3 single beds in a room and came with breakfast too. The hotel is very eccentric, quirky, but comfortable. You have to use your imagination a bit for the breakfast, but I can’t fault the hotel. They did exactly as the promised. Room was cleaned and beds were made each day, and also the towels were replaced too. It was pretty noisy as the room looked out on to the one of the main roads, but we expected that and it didn’t effect us. The owner is a very conscientious man, who appears to do a lot for the local community at the same time as running his business, something that you could see by his face that he was very proud of. All in all, a recommended hotel as far as I’m concerned
We stayed in the hotel Mozart for few nights. The receptionists were friendly but one had no English whatsoever. I sent my boyfriend to ask for info but they did not undertand a word of what he was saying. The shower was ok but we could hear the lift from our room even when our bedroom door was closed and our wall had some traces of water infiltration. The worst was really the breakfast. A croissant and a piece of bread were left on the table until someone sat there. Each table had a jar of jam... Which means whoever had been seating there before you could have licked they knife and put it in the same jar of jam that you were using... Really unhygienical. We also had to wait 20 minutes for a cup of tea and one of the lady was quite rude .... The location is very good but for 40 euros more we could have gone to the ibis 2 minutes down the road...
The decor throughout was absolutely fascinating, but there was little more to write about. The staff were pleasant but not overly friendly, there was no choice at breakfast (not a buffet), the rooms were clean but basic. However, despite the very average stay the location was excellent.
This place is a bit of a curate's egg. The amazing décor is a gimmick, designed to give the illusion of opulence and distract you from some more fundamental issues. The moment you walk through the front door your eyes are assaulted by some of the most wonderfully garish over-the-top décor possible to imagine, and the theme continues all throughout the hotel. Think rococo... and then some. If you like that style - and I do - you'll be in heaven. Busy doesn't even begin to describe it. Boring it definitely ain't. There's always something eye-watering to look at. I could have stayed longer. The location is excellent, too. With only 30 seconds' walk to Grand Place, and slightly more than that to Central Station, you couldn't ask for a more convenient place to base yourself while exploring Brussels. I had two excellent nights' sleep in the hotel, thanks to what felt like a massive block of memory foam underneath me, and an excellent shower with some of the best water pressure I've experienced anywhere (albeit with a finicky temperature control which was impossible to get right; my choices were to be scalded or frozen). The bed frame itself was a curious metal dormitory/prison cell-style bed, very much out of keeping with the style of the rest of the décor. Functional, yes, but noticeably jarring. The breakfast each morning was very meagre: a croissant, a tiny bit of a baguette, and a couple of slices of processed cheese. Pros ==== * The décor. It's a violent assault on the senses. It's gorgeous. It's over-the-top. It's the embodiment of "too much is never enough". * The location. Can't get much more central than this. * The comfort of the bed. * The water pressure of the shower. Cons ==== * The receptionist demanded payment in full in advance upon check-in, instead of payment on check-out like a reputable establishment. That's the first clue about what sort of establishment this is... or about what sort of clientèle the hotel normally caters to. * The receptionist demanded that the room key be left with the hotel reception whenever guests are away from the hotel. That's the second clue. Get your money up front, and hold your possessions hostage? Okay... I see where we're going with this. * The Goldilocks temperature control of the shower. There's no way to get it just right; you'll have to put up with either too hot or too cold. * The breakfast quality and quantity both fall short of the mark. * The hotel is in sore need of renovation, maintenance, and upkeep. Upon closer inspection the paint is cracked and peeling; the bathroom extractor fan doesn't work; the bathroom door catch doesn't, er, catch, which means the bathroom door swings open instead of staying closed, potentially giving the maid a shock; the curtains are held on to the rails with only a few pins, because most of the pins are broken or lost. I reported the minor maintenance issues to reception, and was told they'd be looked at. They weren't. Whenever I've reported a similar issue to a hotel in the UK, it's usually been fixed the same day, before I returned that evening. But look at it from the hotel's perspective: you've already got the mug's, er, punter's money up front; why bother fixing anything? It's not as if the customer can withhold payment, so there's no incentive to put any time or money into upkeep. Summary ======= If you can see past the incredible décor long enough to assess the actual function of the hotel, and you don't mind putting up with a below-par establishment, this isn't the worst place you could stay. The location is convenient, after all. But it's far from the best place you could stay, too. Decide on your priorities and make your choice.
If I`m bigger 5 cm more, I will be taller than the room ,my legs will be out from the window You can hear everything from the room even if someone is on toilet its like you are setting with him The receptionist first question was ``Paye`` My advice RUN
I liked the craziness of the interior, very strange and unique, my choice was only for that. The rest is not the best. Our room had very thin walls, we could hear next door guests having a party, the carpet was dusty, especially under beds. I found mattress is ok, but my sister woke up with a back ache. Not ironed bed linen is real put off! Looked as if someone used it. ( I hope that not) Strong smell of bleach was really annoying. Mould in the bathroom, empty soap dispensers. Size of the room was good, location of the hotel is perfect. Breakfast is very basic with disgusting cheese... I would not come back. For the same money I’ve seen better hotels, but again I wanted to see the unique interior. I would say the bad cleanliness did kill the interior.
Booked this hotel as see review from others, checked in smoothly,reception guy is nice. Got room and very surprise that I am sitting in tunnel some where, tried to change room but other room look even worst than that so decided to stay in same room. Breakfast very simple you don’t have option much.
Even though the location is great, I would rather stay elsewhere to escape the noise that keeps you up literally all night no matter what night of the week it is! Beds are small and extremely uncomfortable! We changed rooms as the mattress had a huge dent in it and could not sleep! Staff are very friendly which was a plus side but for us it was very average!
- Walking distance to La Grand Place and Manneken Pis Statue
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Rooftop terrace
- Laundry facilities
Located in Quartier du Centre - Centrumwijk, 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.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
28.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 878 reviews