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Warwick Brussels

Warwick Brussels


Country: Belgium

City: Brussel

Address: Rue Duquesnoy 5, Brussels 1000 Belgium

Phone number: +3225055555


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big fan of the vibe in my hotel, fosdem soon
A quick visit to Brussel this week. What a cozy view to h...
A quick visit to Brussel this week. What a cozy view to h...
Yesterday’s visit at the @warwickbrussels ! Thanks for th...
Yesterday’s visit at the @warwickbrussels ! Thanks for th...
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After a long night of travel.. made it in time for the br...
Secret rooftop bar of @warwickbrussels
Secret rooftop bar of @warwickbrussels
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I love finding accommodation deals but this bed is the pe...
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Bonjour. Breakfast with a view.
Bonjour. Breakfast with a view.


Nice hotel with a great feel to the room
- The hotel offers a great central location, 5 minutes walk from the center and less than 2 minutes walk to the Main train station.
- The hotel has a Boutique feel to it, the lobby, the warm colors, the cozy room and the ornate wooden windows.
- I haven't had much interaction with the hotel staff as my stay was not long enough, however, when I asked for some city tourism tips and directions, concierge was very happy to help.
* Every city has few hotels that offer the ultimate experience, Warwick sure is among the Brussel's list.
Review by Khaled LJ

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Location, Location, Location.
Stayed here for 2 nights in January 2019, hotel is very close to Brussels Central Station and the Grand Place. Friendly staff and swift check in. I had a standard room which was well furnished with a soft double bed and modern ensuite bathroom. On arrival I had 2 free drinks in the Hotel bar and you can pre-order breakfast at Reception for 22 Euros. There is also a gym downstairs with a Sauna but no Steam room. The Roof terrace is only open during the Summer months but apparently the views from the terrace are amazing. I hope this helps you in your choice.
Review by Martin503

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Very good hotel in central location
Visited Brussels for a business trip. Chose this hotel as the last one I had stayed in was terrible.

This was a good choice. Very centrally located especially if you plan on going out of Brussels and taking the train from the central station. If you are coming from Brussels midi, don’t follow google map with the metro. It will make you change tube and it’s all complicated. Either take a train, tram, the tube to de bouckere and walk or jump in a taxi.

Hotel is luxurious as you would expect. The check in and check out were very smooth.

The room was decent sized. Maybe a little bit old fashioned. Comfy bed and nice desk area to work. Bathroom was also good.

Breakfast is expensive (cheaper if you book it in advance) but really good selection and quality produce. This was a very positive point for my stay.

If I travel Again for business I will stay here. This is a good hotel and good location. Might be a bit out of budget for
My personal travel but it would be an option!
Review by Keyz

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Well positioned luxury
We stayed here one night and it lived up to its reviews, we were very happy. The room was clean and had a cute canopy over the bed. It looked exactly like the pictures on here. The foyer was lovely and concierge desk helpful, lending us a converter plug and showing directions. The bubbles bar was only open after 6pm which was a shame. We would have liked a coffee or drink when arriving/ leaving. There is a restaurant linked but when we walked past at 7pm it was empty. We paid €150 and were VERY happy about our comfortable stay.
Review by zanyamy

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Lovely business stay
I stayed two nights at the Warwick Brussels for a business trip back in October 2018 and I had an amazing experience!
The staff was lovely and very helpful. Check in and check out were fast and easy, and the reception team spoke numerous languages perfectly.
The room was cosy but had absolutely everything I needed. The bed was super comfortable, the bathroom had a lot of amenities, shampoo, shower gel etc and they were all of very good quality. There was a spacious desk to work from with adaptors in the wall, a telephone, a proper chair and very good lighting. My room was on the main street but it was really quiet and I could not hear anything from the outside.
Finally I had breakfast every day and dinner one evening. The food was great, very tasty, lots of choice and very nice and attentive staff members.
I will definitely be back and I recommend this hotel to anyone who would like to stay for business or leisure!
Review by Melody Grelat

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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!
Review by Stefan A

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Stayed for 1 night 22/12, Check in was not until 1500 however we arrived at 1300 and the room was ready checked in quick and no issues! Room on the 1st floor was spotless and clean (ROOM 115) Bathroom lovely, Nice big clean bed, Big tv lots of English channels bbc/itv/sky news etc it was perfect.

Mini bar but very expensive we didn't eat at the hotel either as it was expensive but looked amazing!

Location is perfect 2 minutes from grand place 2 minutes from central station probably the best located hotel in brussels!!!!!

Stayed in the IBIS last time but this was so much better.

Had a great time couldn't fault it.
Review by Jay-Liverpool1988

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Fabulous Location!
We arrived at the hotel at 10am after an early flight from the UK – to our delight, we were given access to our room immediately which was large and spacious and very well equipped. The hotel is in a fantastic location, just a short walk to the Grand Place and is surrounded by lots of restaurants and bars. The staff were incredibly friendly and helpful and despite our stay clashing with an EU summit, which meant armed police at the entrance, we never felt crowded. Definite recommendation for anyone looking for a comfortable city centre hotel!
Review by Susan B

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Lovely Clean Hotel well located
Booked a three night stay with Eurostar in a Premium room which was fine but a little small and so we asked to upgrade to Premium Deluxe Room which was possible at a special price of an extra 90 Euros a night which we took. We were then pleased with the room. We ate in the hotel restaurant that night and it was so good with a really nice view that we ate there the second night also, great service and quality of food. The bed was great but the pillows were so soft they really didnt seem as though they were there, thats very personal but not firm enough for us. Breakfast was ok but once seated there was no service at all and though lots of staff all three mornings we had to ask for coffee as no one attempted to ask us if we wanted any, the last day I even hung it out a little to see if we would be asked but no we wasnt. The website said there was a turn down service in the Premium Deluxe room but though we were out of our room by 6:30/7pm all three nights we didnt get a turn down service. When we checked out I asked and was told that they would talk to the management and email me as they were sorry about no turn down service. I thought therefore that I would wait a couple of days to see what the email said before posting my Tripadvisor review. We left the hotel four days ago and so far no email so here is my review. I am a little disappointed as we would love to stay there again but the lack of follow up may deter me.
Review by KentBoyJohn

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Lovely honeymoon visit!
We came here on our honeymoon for 3 nights. We had a junior suite with breakfast every morning. The hotel is located close to the train station, a 3 min walk, and roughly a 3 min walk to the grand Place...it’s location is perfect! Entering the hotel it has a beautiful hallway and entrance, with lovely friendly staff! We were welcomed very nicely and easily checked in to our room. Our room was stunning, a lovely size with 2 large TVs, one in the lounge area and the other in the bedroom. A beautiful bathroom with bath and shower, oh and beautiful views from our window! The bed was very comfy, along with the wonderfully soft pillows. Basic tea and coffee facilities and a mini fridge (avoid if poss, 11€ for 2 small bottles of water!!-you can drink the tap water there, or at least we did and we survived ????) both slept very well, no noise from outside and minimal noise from people upstairs walking heavy footed. The next morning we went for brekkie at 9.30ish, disappointed to find a large queue to be seated! Seems the room was not big enough for all the guests, so we waited 15+ mins to be seated. Breakfast was good, large amounts of continual available. Scrambled egg, beans, bacon and sausage available to help yourself to aswell. Everything tasted nice. We had a drink in the evening at the bubbles bar, a very expensive and disappointing Long Island ice tea, and a Diet Coke, costing us 22€ for the privilege! Saturday night we decided to stay in after walking for miles. We ordered room service, it was bought up fairly quickly and my vegetarian pasta dish was delicious, however the margarita pizza ordered was extremely disappointing, it was dry, lacking cheese and just not really edible. We sent the first one back but the second was bought up in the same state ????????‍♀️ it was a shame as put a slight downer on the evening (I was fed and happy though!) all in all an absolutely beautiful hotel, clean and friendly and a fabulous location! Well worth the visit, just maybe avoid the room service. Would love to return!
Review by charliesangels1718

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Lovely Brussels stay
Recently left the Warwick hotel in Brussels. It’s winning on many fronts:
- central location, everything is within easy walking distance
- 2mins from the train station, making airport and day trip travel really convenient
- lovely, friendly welcoming staff
- wonderful Christmas decorations in reception
But I have to say there were a few negatives, didn’t spoil our visit at all but of different would have been even better
- the bedrooms are small and lack the high standard set in the lobby area
- the showers in the bathroom are low, granted we’re 5’11” plus but you’d be struggling at anything above 5’8” I’d guess. Fortunately there was a bath.
- the bar was closed two nights we were there
- we visited the hotel restaurant Chutneys on our second night. Again staff were great but I ordered the mussels and they didn’t have any :( really disappointing.
- noisy corridor from about 8am Saturday and Sunday mornings, did ruin our lie ins. That said it was housekeeping staff doing their jobs but ideally they’d wait until at least 9/10.

If you can get a deal and are short this is a great hotel for a couple of nights.
Review by 1TravellerBK

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Parfait emplacement, les chambres sont correctes, le personnel est bien mais le room service n’est pas top (très très peu de choix)
Nous avons beaucoup apprécié le bar de l’hôtel et ses cocktails parfaitement réalisés pas Alexis
Notamment une mention très bien au « Bruxelles je t’aime
Review by Elodie M

Source: tripadvisor

Alors, que dire…ma Compagne et moi sommes allés dans cet hôtel, qui sans mentir, est un excellent établissement, chambre au top, déjeuner très agréable et sauna de qualité, mais ce n’est pas à l’hôtel que je dois la plus belle partie de ma soirée, mais bien à Alexis, le barman, je l’ai abordé en lui demandant une attention pour madame pour fêter nos fiançailles, il a préparé un cocktail spécial quelle a particulièrement apprécié, nous avons enchaîné plusieurs découvertes, et après avoir découvert des saveurs que nous n’avions jamais goûté, nous avons surtout passé une merveilleuse soirée à échanger, discuter et apprendre de nombreuses choses

Et pour cela, Alexis, Merci infiniment !

D’ailleurs si vous avez vu la saga James Bond commandez lui un vodka martini, au shaker, pas à la cuillère, il vous en fera un tout bonnement excellent !

D’ailleurs, savez vous qu’il
Est en fait meilleur à la cuillère ? Et oui ! Question de dilution de l’alcool

(Merci Alexis de me permettre de briller en société grâce à tes conseils et ton professionnalisme !)

Ma compagne et mois sommes conquis et nous reviendrons à coup sûr
Review by Nukart

Source: tripadvisor

Je tenais tout particulièrement à remercier Alexis le bartender de l’hôtel qui a été à mon écoute et qui a su me conseiller au mieux.
Il m’a proposé Le cocktail « Bruxelles je t’aime «  et il porte bien son nom car j’en ai pris deux tellement c’était magnifique !
Et je tenais aussi à souligner le professionnalisme d’Alexis, bravo
Review by Estelle L

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The staff is very friendly and helped for our personal situations (we changed our checkout date during the stay, without any problems).
Rooms are nice, but the shower a bit small. Slept very well in the bed. The „gym“ was a bit disappointing, half of the dumbbells are missing. But the overall experience was very good.
Review by Peter S

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Location is truly great.
But compared to other 5 stars hotel I've been, the wall is very thin - woke up multiple times due to sounds from the ceiling and the next door guests talking!!!! Room is quite small too. Not sure if I will come back.
Review by Anonymous person

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The rooms are small and outdated, the window was not closing well and you could hear everything from outside. It was very cold in the room because of the window. The doors are not closing well, slamming loudly, the glass in the bathroom was dirty and it smelled like beer. No slippers or bathrobes even though we should have had, no coffee machine in the room, just some cheap instant coffee and a water kettle. It definitely doesn't feel like a five star hotel.
I've asked at the front desk for a charger or place to charge my phone, they told me they don't have but the next day I see another guest charging their phone at the reception at a special place where you can charge your phone.
In our package we had dinner (3 course meal) and breakfast included but both we're an unpleasant surprise. We were told we can order the dinner in the room for an extra room service tax of 8 euros. That was reasonably cheap for a room service tax. We chose from their menu what we wanted and at the checkout we had to pay extra 100 euros for room service because apparently what we chose was not included in our meal even tough I specifically asked for the included dinner. I was told at the front desk that maybe they just forgot to tell me.
At breakfast the waiters are literally in your face all the time, speaking just french even if you speak english or dutch. You don't even finish your drink or meal and they take your plate and glass from your table, you feel like they ask you to leave every minute. You don't even feel like eating anymore.
The location is very good but very bad at the same time, because of the poor closing window you can hear everything that's happening outside from police cars, people yelling, traffic etc.
Bad experience overall, the only moment you feel like you're in a 5 star hotel is when you see the prices for everything.
Review by Ioana Daniela Neculai

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We were welcomed by long queue for check-in that I have never experienced in any hotels. Only one person at reception. The other decides to work as guests complain.  It is NOT five star hotel at all. Lobby is small. Rooms are small and old. Please look at the photos. Do NOT book! Small TV screen. Nothing plush and posh. Unbranded toiletries. Small bath tub. Dutch people can not be in the bath tub.
Review by Omkar Dodwad

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A luxury hotel in the heart of Brussels, the Warwick Brussels (former Royal Windsor Hotel Grand Place) has become the premier hotel amongst refined Belgian visitors. By blending classic charm with luxury amenities that are expected from Warwick Hotels & Resorts, guests are treated to the feel of Old World elegance with the added convenience of modern accommodations. The Grand Place, Le Square Convention Centre and Manneken Pis are all but a stone’s throw from the hotel’s doorstep, putting guests in the centre of Belgium’s awe-inspiring architecture and welcoming culture. Whether meeting for important business gatherings or a sumptuous Belgian weekend, it’s all here. Welcome to the Warwick Brussels.

The mainstay of the Warwick Brussels' grandeur, each of the 267 guest rooms and 16 suites are specially designed to blend classic elegance with modern comfort in the heart of Brussels, a few steps away from the Grand Place. The elegance comes draped in velvet, wood and marble furnishings while comfort abounds with privileged amenities that guests have come to expect from a Warwick hotel, bringing the comforts of home and a few pleasant surprises to any stay.

The 17 suites at the Warwick Brussels are specially designed to blend classic elegance with modern comfort in the heart of Brussels, a few steps away from the Grand Place.

Located on the 5th and 6th floors of the hotel, the elegant suites offer a lot of space, from 45 to 250 sqm, bringing the comforts of home away from home, for any leisure or business traveler.

Food & Drink
Make the most of your stay by enjoying some of the most refined dining in all of Belgium. Start the day with an American Buffet Breakfast in Salon Grand Place, followed by a typical Belgian lunch and/or dinner at Chutney’s and late-night martinis at Bubbles Bar. The Warwick Brussels offers food and drink worthy of a stay in itself.


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