Centrally located in Belgium's capital city, these Brussels apartments are a great accommodation option for both leisure and business stays. With shops, restaurants and cafes near by, you have everything you need on your doorstep. There is also a metro station a few minutes away which has good links to other areas of the city.
These unique apartments offer comfortable furnishings and well equipped kitchens. Every guest is sure to enjoy the 'home from home' feel whilst benefiting from the convenience of the central location.
Brussels has plenty to entertain everyone and most of the attractions are within walking distance or can be reached via the metro transport system. The Manneken Pis is one Brussels' most famous sculptures and as an emblem of the city's rebellious spirit, it has over 900 suits. The Atomium was originally constructed for the 1958 World Fair and stands at 102 metres tall. Both of these sculptures are near Mini-Europe, which is a miniature amusement park representing approximately 80 cities at a scale of 1:25. Grand Place Apartments are within walking distance to the Cathedral of St Michael and St Gudula and from there you can stroll through the Warandepark to the Royal Palace of Brussels.
The apartments are located in the centre of Brussels and are only a short walk from De Brouckere Metro station, which has good transport links to other areas of the city. The airport has excellent international connections, including Paris, London and Cairo, and is only twenty minutes drive from the apartments.
This apartment comes equipped with a double bed in the bedroom, a living/kitchen area and private bathroom.
Sleeps 2 (+2) | Bathrooms 1 | Breakfast type: Room Only
This two bedroom apartment comes equipped a double bed in the master bedroom and two single beds in the second bedroom, a living/kitchen area and private bathroom.
Sleeps 4 (+6) | Bathrooms 1 | Breakfast type: Room Only
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