Posh, with a special mention for the sublime service
A four night stay in early December makes Brussels a place cold and wet. We were taken to our hotel, the Warwick, from the airport (which, by the way, was an excellent choice, and not very pricey either, pre-booked), and expecting something nice, but we were honestly taken by positive surprise, even so. The hotel is very nicely located, with a short walk to the heart of the town, and even shorter to the rail station, should you be arriving on steel tracks. We didn't come by car, but for those who do, there seemed to be a parking house right next to the hotel entrance. The reception was, of course, Christmas decorated, pretty. We happened to stumble in right as they were checking in a shedload of people, but there we were able to see Belgian efficiency second to none! The swiftest, still politest service ever. Got our rooms, and again a very nice experience, arriving up on the top floor and finding a really spacious Superior, with excellent beds, a small corner for writing (which I unfortunately had to make use of, despite of holiday…). I bit dark maybe, if you want to be picky, but clean, nicely equipped, and even trying hard I wouldn't be able to fault the room on anything. The same applies to the standard, two floors down from ours, which our kids (well, more or less adult…) occupied, and were very happy with. The hotel has a nice little lobby bar, and a restaurant downstairs, the Chutney. The breakfast room is very nice, cosy, and the breakfast – I lack the words to describe it! Everything you could think of, and the personnel were happy to take any extra steps to provide you with whatever odd wishes you might have come up with. Impressive! So, all-in-all, what is best with Warwick? Well, location definitely, as well as style and quality, and definitely my dwelling next time I'm in Brussels, too. I am more than happy to recommend!