10 Best Staycations In Brussels, Belgium - Updated 2024

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Brussels, the capital of Belgium is one of the most significant cities in Europe. Its history goes way back to the 10th century. This city has something to offer to even the locals, from beautiful sights to mouthwatering cuisine. It is so jam-packed with landmarks and attractions to visit that even locals might have a hard time ticking off each one from their bucket list. The two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Grand Place and St Michael and St Gudula Cathedral are the primary destinations if you want to rediscover your city. For the history buffs, you could visit Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History or Atomium to learn more about your hometown’s heritage and history. It’s time for a well-earned vacation, but since you don’t want to leave your city, consider a staycation instead. Scroll down to find the best staycation In Brussels, Belgium.

We handpicked these listings carefully, considering (wherever possible) Superhost status, recent guest reviews, location, accommodation type, prices, availability of dates, decor, and amenities. The image galleries get refreshed with the latest updates regularly. They were last updated on May 30, 2024.

1. Renaissance Brussels Hotel (from USD 311)

You won’t have to worry about missing gym sessions while on staycation because this 4-star hotel has a modern fitness centre to ensure that you stick to your routine. You can also use the bar and the on-site restaurant, The Poet, which serves delectable Belgian food and wine. One of the great things about spending the weekend here is that you won’t have to leave your pet behind thanks to their pet-friendly policy. 

Staycations are all about pampering yourself, so head to the on-site spa centre. You can also opt to unwind in the tastefully furnished rooms, which include a closet and immaculate bathrooms. You can make a cup of tea or coffee in the room’s included kettle while watching TV.

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Renaissance Brussels Hotel is less than 10 minutes from D'Ieteren Auto. In 1805, this company started making wooden wheels for carriages. Later, they started to develop their carriages, and in the 20th century, the company became the most important car dealer in Belgium, with international brands such as Studebaker, Pierce-Arrow, Auburn, Volkswagen, Audi, Seat…

Another piece of Brussels and Belgian history.

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About a 20-minute walk from this hotel is the stunning Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula, sometimes called Brussels Cathedral. It took about 300 years to build one of the most important and oldest structures in the city, and it was completed in 1519 just before Emperor Charles V took the throne. It was strongly influenced by architecture from France and the Netherlands and has hosted funerals, baptisms, and weddings of royalty.

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Renaissance Brussels Hotel

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: Rue Parnasse 19

Parking Restaurant Pets allowed Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Sauna

2. Hotel Indigo Brussels - City, an IHG Hotel (from USD 237)

Treat yourself to a weekend getaway by staying at Hotel Indigo Brussels - City, an IHG Hotel. With its central location and proximity to some of the region’s top attractions, this gorgeous 4-star hotel is the ideal place to rediscover your homeland. The hotel offers luxurious rooms with a mini fridge and a flat-screen TV, so you can enjoy your favourite drinks while watching your favourite shows.

The on-site restaurant, Serra, is a great place to start your morning because there are so many delicious options to choose from. Access to the spa is one of the many wonderful benefits, where you can relax in the sauna.

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Hotel Indigo Brussels - City, an IHG Hotel

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: Place Charles Rogier 20

Parking Restaurant Pets allowed Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Sauna

3. Marriott Executive Apartments Brussels (from USD 266)

If you don’t want to stray from your fitness routine during your staycation, you’re in luck because Marriott Executive Apartments Brussels features a gym. Additionally, it boasts amenities including accommodations with fully equipped kitchens and living areas. You’ll also appreciate the balconies and bright bathrooms with walk-in showers.

If you’d rather unwind in your accommodation, there is WiFi and a flat-screen TV to keep you entertained. In the late afternoon, you can relax by the pool before leaving to catch the sun setting. At this hotel, there is a restaurant where you can take a break from cooking.

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Marriott Executive Apartments Brussels

Wifi Available

Address: Rue Du Parnasse 15

Parking Restaurant Pets allowed Meeting/banquet facilities Bar Sauna Fitness centre Non-smoking rooms

4. Novotel Brussels City Centre (from USD 213)

This pet-friendly hotel, which is situated in an area famed for its seafood, ought to be your retreat from the grind. The rooms offer a comfortable setting, abundant lighting, simple furnishings and contemporary amenities with views of Church of Saint Catherine.

Visit the community pool to unwind after a long day or use the fitness centre to shed that extra pound. One of its best features is the on-site spa and wellness centre, which features a variety of amenities you can choose from such as an infrared shower, a Turkish bath and an indoor jet-stream pool.

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Novotel Brussels City Centre

Wifi Available

Address: Rue de la Vierge Noire 32

Restaurant Pets allowed Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Fitness centre Non-smoking rooms

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5. Le Berger Hotel (from USD 189)

Le Berger Hotel is an amalgamation of the past and the contemporary. Each room features a gorgeous art deco design, authentic antiques and contemporary amenities. This place offers free WiFi if you want to work while on your staycation.

To de-stress you can visit the on-site spa centre and indulge in the various amenities they offer such as massages and wellness packages. After a hearty dinner, take a stroll to the renowned Grand Place which is just 20 minutes away.

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Le Berger Hotel

Wifi Available

Address: Rue du Berger 24

Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Garden Terrace Non-smoking rooms Internet services Lift Express check-in/check-out

6. Tangla Hotel Brussels (from USD 375)

Tangla Hotel Brussels is a wonderful location for an exciting staycation in the city and is only 8 km (5 mi) from the European Parliament. You will undoubtedly like the superb services and luxurious amenities offered by this magnificent hotel. It has well-lit rooms with Asian-style décor that complies with Feng Shui principles.

Visit the spa or heated pool to treat yourself, then spend the rest of the day relaxing in your room. Order room service to have meals delivered to you in the privacy of your own room as you unwind in your comfortable bed to cap off the day.

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Tangla Hotel Brussels

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: Avenue E. Mounier 5

Parking Restaurant Pets allowed Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Sauna

7. Harmon House (from USD 218)

The best way to start a staycation is by stuffing yourself silly at the breakfast buffet, which is exactly what you can do at Harmon House. The contemporary, air-conditioned rooms have a flat-screened TV for indoor entertainment if you prefer to spend the afternoon in bed. You can also amp up your staycation by treating yourself to a facial or a massage at the spa.

If you’re an active person, you can work out in the gym or swim a few rounds in the pool. At the on-site restaurant and bar, you can unwind after a long day with a wonderful dinner and a few drinks.

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Oud Beersel

There is no bad beer in Belgium. But, we have to admit that we have a special weakness for Oud Beersel. Ideal to start a week full of life and possibilities! Plus, if you're in Brussels and staying here, this place is less than 30 minutes away.

What beer makes you happy on Mondays? 

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Harmon House

Wifi Available

Address: 50 Chaussée de Charleroi

Parking Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Sauna Terrace Non-smoking rooms

8. Steigenberger Wiltcher's (from USD 315)

You can definitely consider Steigenberger Wiltcher’s if you’re looking for a luxurious staycation to escape the hustle. Treating yourself to a massage at the spa or some downtime in the sauna will help ease those sore muscles a little. For a small fee, you are also allowed to romp around in the pool.

If you don’t want to leave your cosy bed, you can simply lounge about all day in your room, which features a bathtub and modern conveniences. You can also visit The Loui Bar & Restaurant which serves Belgian and international cuisine in a quaint and cosy setting.

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Steigenberger Icon Wiltcher's

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: Avenue Louise 71

Parking Restaurant Pets allowed Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Sauna

9. Hilton Brussels Grand Place (from USD 351)

This 4-star facility offers rooms with stunning cityscapes and is tucked between the Grand Place and the Square Meeting & Convention Centre in the city’s centre. This 4-star facility is a great choice if you’re considering a staycation with your family and pets. The rooms come equipped with contemporary conveniences, and if you reserve an executive room or suite, you’ll have access to the Executive Lounge, which boasts amenities such as a full breakfast and drinks.

The on-site restaurant, Sentro À Table Avec Vincent Masson, serves delectable dishes that were influenced by artists whose works are displayed around the hotel.

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Hilton Brussels Grand Place

Wifi Available Wheelchair accessible

Address: Carrefour de l'Europe 3

Parking Restaurant Pets allowed Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Fitness centre

10. Juliana Hotel Brussels (from USD 389)

You and your loved ones will have a wonderful staycation at this 5-star hotel. Juliana Hotel Brussels provides a pet-friendly policy for all animal lovers. It is a destination that welcomes families and offers accommodations with all the latest conveniences you could want. Make a cup of coffee for yourself and enjoy it on the terrace while taking in the lovely cityscape. It also features a fully stocked fitness centre where you can take care of your body.

An indoor pool, a Turkish bath, and a sauna are available in the wellness section if you want something more relaxing and appreciate being pampered.

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Juliana Hotel Brussels

Wifi Available

Address: 4 Place des Martyrs

Parking Restaurant Room service Bar 24-HOUR FRONT DESK Sauna Fitness centre Terrace

Discover your own city in leisure

The beautiful city of Brussels offers a wealth of attractions, from architectural wonders to culinary delights. Plan a staycation at one of the hotels we’ve recommended for you to unwind and take a break from your regular schedule.

Any must-sees we missed? Tell us about them in the comments section or write a post here to help out fellow travelers!
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