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Where to stay

Brussels has a huge number of beds on offer in everything from hostels to five-star hotels.
Brussels is a very attractive city. No surprise, then, that the tourism infrastructure is first-rate, with a huge number of beds on offer in everything from hostels to five-star hotels.

So many hotels to choose from

Brussels has a comprehensive choice of hotels to meet everyone’s needs, from basic one-stars to prestigious five-star palaces.

You can find and book hotel rooms on the visit.brussels website.

B&Bs in Brussels

Brussels also has a good selection of bed and breakfast options.

  • Bed & Brussels is the official B&B booking centre for the Brussels-Capital Region.

Special deals

  • Some hotels and B&Bs offer very attractive special deals. They can be well worth keeping an eye on (special weekend deals are most popular).
  • You can also stay at one of the Brussels hostels. The website of visit.brussels gives an overview of the youth hostels in Brussels
    Youth hostels for French speakers are listed on the website of Les Auberges de jeunesse asbl. The list of Flemish youth hostels is published on the website of Vlaamse Jeugdherbergen. Of course you don’t have to speak French or Dutch to stay at a hostel. Everyone is welcome!
  • Alternatively, visit hostelbookers.com, which lists low-cost hotels, B&Bs and hostels and the opinions of people who have stayed there.
  • If you are looking for accommodation for a longer stay in Brussels, visit the Brussels Destination website.

Free accommodation

If you’ve already tried couchsurfing and liked it, you’ll be delighted to hear that a wide range of Brussels residents are happy to give you a roof over your head in exchange for an interesting conversation. An original way to meet people and get a free night’s accommodation.

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