Hotel Bloom, Brussels

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Hotel Bloom Location

Hotel Bloom is in central Brussels, next to the Brussels’ inner ring road and adjacent to the gorgeous Botanic Gardens. Hotel Bloom is close to the major landmarks and tourist attractions in Brussels: the Royal Park Theatre (0.9km), the Royal Palace (1.1 km), Grand Place (1.5 km), the Chocolate museum (1.5km), the Manneken Pis (1.8km), the Musée Magritte (2km), the Atomium (6 km) and Brussels golf (8 km). This central Brussels/Bruxelles boutique hotel is just 20 m from a Metro station, trams and busses at Botanique. Brussels Airport at 12 km or 25 minutes by taxi. Railway North Station is at 3km and Gare du Midi is at 3km (both reachable by metro).

Address: rue Royale, 250 - Brussels, B - 121, Belgium

Hotel Bloom Landmarks

  • Grand Place 1.5KM
  • Manneken Pis 1.8KM
  • Royal Park Theatre 1.1KM

Hotel Bloom Transports

  • Brussels 13.0KM (15 min)
  • Brussels South 65.0KM (45 min)
  • Botanique 100.0M (1 min)
  • North station 500.0M (5 min)
  • Midi station 3.0KM (10 min)

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Brussels, Belgium A craving for rich chocolate or waffles arises with the mere mention of Belgium. As the capital of the delicious country, Brussels offers the renowned treats to visitors throughout the year, including marvelous boutique hotels. Also, a bounty of seafood via the North Sea, and never-closing cafes and pubs add to your plentiful experience in the historic city. Try one of the boutique hotels in Brussels to experience style the belgian way .The world famous fountain statue, the Manneken Pis, The Atomium, intricate Mini Europe, and the Belgian Centre for Comic Strip Art, a warehouse that houses famous comic art, are entertaining interludes from the traditional grandeur. Nevertheless, the splendor of Western European architecture graces the streets of the bilingual –French and Dutch—region; city Hall and Cathédral St Michel profile the historic prominence of the country. Brussels boasts amazing boutique hotels such as the Manos Stephanie and the Hotel Bloom.