x The average starting price for a place to stay in Brussels is £68 per night.
Beigemsesteenweg 320 BEIGEN-GrimbergenOutstanding 97%
Nicole van Uden It is like staying with an aunt you have not seen in quite some time. You stay at the owners house and there is only one room. Breakfast was excellent, with different cheeses, meats and fruits every day.
Rue Nestor de Tiere, 17Outstanding 95%
bex76 This is a lovely, homely guesthouse with cosy,modern rooms and a decent continental breakfast included. The manager/owner is very friendly and helpful and will direct you to places of interest in Brussels. The location is down a quiet street in a pleasant area, a few minutes walk from the Grand Place. I would happily stay here again if I return to Brussels.
fureetaime Lovely hotel, really nice rooms, close to a park and the Koekelberg church. Great value for money, a little out of the centre (ten mins on the metro) but in a lovely quiet neighbourhood. The restaurant/bar downstairs is really good too. Thoroughly recommended!
Quai du Hainut / Henegouwenkaai 33 1080 BrusselsAwesome 87%
chiuchiu4 For a double room 69 Euro per night, it's really worth the value. The location is perfect and stuff are very kind and helpful. The hostel provide free water, tea, coffee and internet, We were very happy staying there and we would suggest our friends who are going to Brussels to stay in the hostel!
Rue de la Sablonnière 30Awesome 85%
helinyurda We stayed there 3 nights. We like this hostel. Clean, safe and comfortable.Stafs are kind and polite.Thank you for everything.
Sander Updated review from Feb 2010: This hostel has decidedly gone downhill in the last two years. Rooms had a bad smell, bedside lamps were non-functional, bathrooms had mold. Staff also seemed pretty disinterested, bordering on rude. (Of course that could've just been them having a bad day.) The place still has a lounge with good atmosphere, and the benefit of a kitchen (if now with an almost total lack of cups), but all the same, I'm knocking off two stars from cleanliness, one from service, and one from overall. Original review from Feb 2008: This hostel managed to impress me both times I stayed here. Great facilities and decent atmosphere. The self-catering kitchen is tiny: but at least it's there, and they've got free WiFi, which is always a plus. I don't really like the street it's on, and as it's halfway between Gare du Nord and the city center, it's not _quite_ convenient for either - but that's basically nitpicking.
Rue de l'Eléphant 4Great 84%
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