Welcome to Sleep Well!
Our advantages: Ideal location - Complimentary breakfast - Maximum comfort - Excellent price / quality ratio - free wifi
Located in the heart of Brussels, 10 minutes’ walk from Grand Place and Gare du Nord and 100m from the Rogier Metro Station and a shopping center, Sleep Well is the ideal starting point to explore the European capital. All rooms are fully renovated and equipped with bathroom and private toilet. Bed linens are provided.
Several options are available: dorm beds from 1 to 6 beds (lockout between 11am and 15pm) or private superior twin or triple room (flat screen TV + fridge, no lockout). The building and rooms are suitable for wheelchair users. The complimentary breakfast is varied and abundant. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hostel. Sleep well has a bar, a ping-pong table, a foosball table, board games, book swap, .... The hostel has a great interest in ecology and was rewarded for his efforts concerning the environment by the green Key and the Eco-dynamic label.
No membership required
Reception 24/24. No curfew
Free breakfast (07am-10am)
Free wifi throughout the building. Free Internet access (3 PCs)
Free Guided Tours – Free Brussels map
Shop on site: hygiene products, souvenirs, ...
Bar open from Monday till saturday (18pm-01am). Many traditional Belgian beers
Free Luggage storage
Washing machine - dryer (paid)
Rooms adapted for people with disabilities
Elevators - card secure access
Please note :
Check in from 15pm
Cancellation policy: 24 hours before arrival
We accept credit cards (visa + mastercard) and cash on arrival
There is an age limit of 35 years in the dorms (unless you booked the whole room).
There is no age limit for booking private rooms.
There may be some price variations for advance bookings in Brussels compared to 'walk-in' rates. However, we advise booking due to limited availability of beds held for walk-ins.
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