Pullman Brussels Centre Midi4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
excellent location, excellent hotel, extremely friendly stuff, nice room upgrade (based on my accor status), joined rooms for the kids. breakfast perfect, nice bar, however located on the top of the midi train station, no noise at all.
We chose Pullman Hotel after reading some good reviews, and the location seemed perfect. It was 4 us and we stayed in 2 rooms next to each other on 9th floor. The view was very nice, especially at night. The rooms were very spacious with nice and modern furniture. There was a nespresso machine which was great for a nice cup of coffee first thing in the morning! Although the hotel is located in a busy place (above the train station), nothing could be heared, and great blackout curtains which meant we could have a nice morning lie-in. Breakfast was not included as we preferred trying different cafés around Brussels. Overall, a nice hotel and friendly staff. Would definitely recommend it!
Found this tasteful bar and restaurant near the Eurostar international terminal. Reasonably priced with views of the Eurostar through the large windows which also let in a pleasant amount of natural light. You are served by smartly dressed staff in the same way you would get in an executive lounge. It is popular yet wasn’t overly busy, there is a hum of background business chat which adds to the atmosphere. Great way to kill a little time before your departure.
We choose the Pullman Brussels centre midi because of its closeness to the station eurostar. There is an entrance straight into the station. The room was very nice with two beds the only thing I’d preferred is a bit more space between the beds. Breakfast was very good. The only negative was we tried to see if we could check in early but the additional fee they wanted for this was too high.
The hotel is attached to the Bruxelles Midi, so it has the most convenient location in all of Belgium. You don't even have to go outside and cross a street. The Grand-Place is mere twelve minutes away, if you walk really fast. As an old-school luxury hotel with contemporary styling, it has attentive service as expected. The restaurant serves sumptuous breakfasts and meals. The rooms are small, but very well-designed, well-appointed with features, and well-lit (with myriad of lighting combination options). For privacy, there's a separate toilet room from the main bath and vanity area. There's a nice chaise where you can nap. Most of all, there's differentiation in towel sizes, which is so welcomed by us finicky North Americans. Imagine hand and wash towels in Europe! The double bed is even assembled by one large mattress; it's not just two mattresses squished together. No awkward middle abyss here. Needless to say, the hotel delivers on all the other basics: cleanliness, competent housekeeping, comfortable bedding, (more than) sufficient supply of towels, good air temperature management, negligible noise levels despite central location, good lighting management, free strong wifi, provision of refrigerator and safe, good water pressure and temperature controls in the bathroom, and adequate toilet pressure. Because it's so convenient, you'll save time and worries here, especially if you're always catching trains. Hence I feel very comfortable here, and I would happily return on my next visit. In fact, there's even a Nespresso machine in the room, so you'll never want to leave.
Great hotel, service, rooms, positioned for Eurostar and easy access to the city via underground or taxi. My only down is the internet access was very poor which shouldn’t be for hotel of this quality.
I thought the location was perfect for our trip, room was pretty good considering it's a hotel in Europe but I was really disappointed with the service we received. It really did not represent the Pullman Hotel Group as well as other hotels from the same brand. I would at best give it 2-3 stars for service. What shocked my family and I was how we encountered racism at breakfast. On multiple days we were treated like second class citizens and it was as if them serving us was a favour they were doing us. We noticed how they treated all other guests with warmth, asking them what they wanted. I have staying in hundreds of hotels globally and it's the first time I've experienced this which was greatly disappointing. For this reason alone I would not stay here again which is a shame as the location is ideal!
The hotel is located perfectly! It is inside the Midi train station - we used the hotel as our base for a week. We got here directly using the train system, which was so easy to do. We stayed in Brussels two of the days (great city) and could walk downtown or easily take the metro system. We took day trips the rest of our week (Paris, Amsterdam, Bruges, Ghent). Being right inside the train station, we could essentially roll out of bed and be on the track in 10 minutes - this was especially appreciated in bad weather. The hotel itself is very clean and modern. VERY spacious room with all the amenities you need, including a very comfortable bed and a large bench/couch that was great for sitting as well as storage. The staff are friendly and helpful and speak multiple languages. Being inside the train station, we also were able to stop in the small market and get snacks to eat either on our train ride or for the room at night. We would DEFINITELY stay here again!
We organized a meeting for more than 100 people in this hotel. Everything went well till the buffet diner. Food was tasteless and not enough. The rooms are ok with a large bathroom. Staff is friendly and helpful. Parking is in a public parking area and really expensive.
I arrived on the TGV from Paris to play in the Championnat de Belgique rapid chess tournament in September and chose the Pullman as it was only 10 minutes from the tournament hall by taxi. I headed towards the exit by the Channel Terminal on platforms 1 and 2, turned right after Sam's Café and Western Union towards the Tour du Midi exit and found the hotel entrance in the station on the left after Haagen-Dazs. Cristina and Olivia were on reception and were extremely nice. Since I'm a Gold member of Le Club Accor, I got a voucher for a Signature Cocktail and a room upgrade. In my room there was a personal welcome note with 4 mini bars of chocolate and a little biodegradable flower pot with petunia seeds to take home. There was a free bottle of sparkling water and one of still water in the minibar. The bed was on a square rug on a wooden floor. I went off to have a look at the small gym and sauna and on the way noticed that some rooms had carpet which I prefer so I went down to reception to ask to change rooms which I did without any problem. I then went back to the station, bought a metro ticket for €2.10 and got the metro 3 stops to Bourse which took 5 minutes and from there walked to the Grande Place. In the evening I went to the bar just before 9pm and gave the barman my voucher to get my cocktail but he said that cocktails were no longer included and I could only have a glass of wine which is what Silver members get. After seeing that I was about to have a hysterical fit, he went running off to talk to the manager and came back to tell me I could have my cocktail after all. I then went to the restaurant and since only one corner of it was open, it was full but they told me I could have the same menu in the bar. I went back to the bar and ordered a glass of white wine for €12 as the price of a bottle was rather over the top - €59 for a bottle of Chablis, €65 for a bottle of Sancerre. I ordered the slow-cooked sea bass with a cockle emulsion for €9. I had to wait 40 minutes for it and was slowly going into meltdown mode again. When it finally arrived after I'd asked repeatedly when it was coming, it was fine. I had to wait a more reasonable 15 minutes for my main course of salmon with red shrimp and peanut which was €19 and was fine too. I then had a simply cherry, meringue and red berries for €9. The food was reasonably priced unlike the wine. I left a €5 tip as the Philippine barman had tried his best to look after me but had been a bit run off his feet. I liked the bar, the room was great, I paid €83.84 plus €4.24 tourist tax and found that reasonable, the staff was nice, but I'm only giving 4 stars because of the long delay for my dinner and exhorbitant wine prices. Oh and only one petunia seed grew out of my pot and then despite me watering it and talking to it every day, it died anyway! If you found my review helpful please click on helpful, it makes me feel really appreciated! Thanks.
- Close to Manneken Pis Statue and La Grand Place
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Fitness center
Pullman Brussels Centre Midi places you within a mile (2 km) of popular attractions like Manneken Pis Statue and La Grand Place. This 4-star hotel has 237 guestrooms and offers conveniences like a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and a fitness center. It's in central Brussels and also close to Church of Our Blessed Lady of the Sablon and Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium.
This hotel serves as home to a bar, along with a restaurant that specializes in international cuisine. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. Start each morning off right with full breakfast served for a fee.
All 237 air-conditioned rooms provide free minibar items, MP3 docks, and refrigerators. Guests can expect flat-screen TVs with digital channels, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs and free toiletries. Other amenities include coffee makers, free newspapers, and free bottled water.
Pullman Brussels Centre Midi features a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and 11 meeting rooms. Self parking is available for EUR 37 per day. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a business center and free newspapers.
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88% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1769 reviews