For a city trip, to house visiting family or to just see Brussels from another angle, do not forget to consider those guest rooms options in Brussels as elsewhere, it is often a good solution.
Bed and Breakfast for dummies
To avoid any misunderstanding, a reminder of the concept of the B & B is a must! In theory, the B & B consist of a furnished accommodation at a local resident's house to welcome tourists for one or more nights. The night usually includes breakfast. In practice, its philosophy and benefits vary from one address to another. Some owners push their services to the limits of hotel service... Some addresses have nothing to envy to palaces in terms of comfort, decoration or luxury...
Never forget that staying in a B & B is above all a human experience and that the richness of your experience will depend on the "small" treasures that you will be willing to bring there!
Our selection of Bed and Breakfast in Brussels
Fans of search engines of all kinds on the web will plunge into the global booking.com or the more local Bed&Brussels. Rates vary from 50 to 150 € for one night in a double room. The BrusselsLife savvy readers that you are, will take the time to browse our selection! If there are more than 500 such guest rooms in the Brussels region today, here are a few that are worth visiting...
To lead a royal life, consider staying in the namesake galleries: the guest rooms of the Vaudeville are looking directly onto the glass roof of the Galeries royales Saint-Hubert. It is on the other side of the Grand Place, on the way up to the Sablon, that Catherine and Daniel have put their bags after having traveled around a lot. The result? Taptoe, an art gallery, workshop and Bed & Breakfast in a pedestrian dead-end in the city centre.
At the top of the Avenue Louise, Ursule la libellule (Ursula the dragonfly) proposes that you go foraging in its city garden with its furniture that is reminiscent of the mushrooms from our friends the Smurfs.
ORGANIC is the daily creed you do not want to depart from, even on vacation? Dine at Bihôme where breakfast ORGANIC!
Finally, Brussels has to offer some Bed and Breakfast in an Art Deco setting: Côté Déco, The Années Folles (Roaring Twenties) and Op ale in Schaerbeek, Leopold II at Molenbeek and Chez Gaspart in the park of Forest. Frédéric Solvel