Le Méridien Bruxelles
Carrefour de L'Europe 3, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.
A curving structure with a palatial façade, Le Meridien Brussels is a tribute to Belgium’s rich and gloried history. This capital city’s Grand-Place, the central square of the city, is only a short walk from the hotel, a square that’s flanked by the gothic-era Hotel de Ville, the city’s town hall. The hotel’s 224 elegant guest rooms and suites offer a place of luxurious sanctuary and unmatched comfort. Easily accessible from the International Airport and the TGV/Eurostar terminal, Le Méridien Brussels stands opposite the Palais des Congres and the Central Station.
Internet services and WiFi are available (extra charge).There are internetcomputers available in the lobby (extra charge).
Parking fee required, Valet parking.
Near trainstation, Centre, Museum Area, Near subway / tramstation, Near shopping centre.
More than 1 days before arrival : no cancellation costs.
Less than 1 day(s) before arrival : 1 night will be charged.
When the reservation has not been used and no cancellation has been made at the hotel: 1 night will be charged.
Children less than 12 year(s) old: free of charge.
For older children and adults 35.00 € for each additional bed is charged.
Pets are not allowed.
Visa, Diners Club, Mastercard, American Express.
Restaurant L'Epicerie – Savour elegant French gastronomy in a warm and exotic Caribbean atmosphere, paired with the finest of wines from around the world. Sample the constantly changing “Discovery” menu; embark on a journey of the senses with our Executive Chef. Restaurant L’Epicerie is proud to unveil its new à la carte menu, offering local delicacies as well as international favourites, in addition to the sophisticated French refined cuisine always enjoyed at our establishment.
The Grand Place, only five minutes away from our doors, the most famous square in the city, boasts the spectacular town hall - a stunning example of magnificent Gothic architecture. Connoisseurs of antiques will appreciate the hotel’s location near the Sablon antique quarter, and art-lovers will enjoy the Museum of Fine and Modern Art. Belgium boasts over 60 museums, displaying the finest in art, culture, and international history.