We stayed for 3 nights in a double room, with breakfast included (thanks to a deal we snapped up on LateRooms that made it cheaper than the standard room only price).
Finding the hotel was pretty easy; it's a 5 walk from both Troon and Maalbeek metro stations, so you can easily get to most places around the centre of Brussels. We didn't catch any buses during our stay but there were bus stops very close by, along with a train station (although we were told by hotel staff that the trains aren't very often so it's usually easier to get the metro). The Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences is very close by, along with the Parlamentarium and the European Parliament buildings. There are quite a few restaurants within walking distance if you know where to look - we went to L'Ultime Atome (10 minutes walk) one night which I would recommend. For a drink, Place du Luxembourg just round the corner had quite a few bars that seemed to get very busy and lively at night.
There was a massive amount of choice at breakfast; sausage, eggs, bacon, breads, croissants, meat and cheese, cereal, fruit, etc. I think the cost for a full buffet breakfast was around €25, but there were some other smaller breakfasts that were cheaper. There is a cafe over the road that offered a €7 breakfast that I'm sure we would've taken advantage of if breakfast wasn't included in our rate. Breakfast is available for a nice long period of time so it didn't seem to get too busy.
The room was spacious and clean with a comfy bed, spare pillows, big TV and plenty of storage and seating. The bathroom was a nice size and the shower was good. The hotel seemed quite quiet in general, we rarely heard anything from the corridor or other rooms although we had an adjoining door to the room next to us (locked, of course!).
Overall I was very pleased with my stay, but there were 2 disappointments. A minor one was that the pool was closed - I saw this on the website beforehand so it wasn't a surprise, although only noticed it after I'd booked. It would have been nice to have been offered something as an apology but perhaps that would be expecting too much. Secondly, the biggest annoyance was the ridiculous cost of internet access - €19.95 for 24 hours, or I think around €6 for an hour. I've stayed in far cheaper 1 & 2 star hotels/hostels that had free (or at least significantly cheaper) WiFi, so this seemed incredibly overpriced and we certainly couldn't justify paying that much. It was far cheaper to just buy a drink in a cafe offering WiFi access.
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