Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2
Presenting peacefulness and large usable area of 45 sq.m. of coverage, the 3 story One Bedroom apartment Bourse 3 is boasting adequate and relaxing living zone for a great visit in Brussels. Well-known for its luxuries and facilities, the One Bedroom apartment Bourse 3 is at a five-minute-walk distance from the vibrant centre and is set not far from the impressive Grand Place, that is 300 m away. Bourse 3 accommodation place is welcoming clients for unwinding, good night sleep and entertainment and is coming with Dishwasher, Hair Dryer, plus Iron & Ironing Board. Seclusion, convenience and tasteful decoration are to be found in the One Bedroom apartment apartment on the presented collection, which promises a memorable holiday.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Nearest Amenities||300 m|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||2 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Dining seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Further details indoors||
Iron & Ironing Board, Hair Dryer, Bed Linen & Towels, Dishwasher, Cable TV, DVD, vacuum cleaner, internet connection, heating.
Hair Dryer, cupboard, shower, washbasin , bathtub, Heated towel bar, mirror.
Bed Linen & Towels, night tables, chest of drawers, wardrobe, en suite bathroom, Pair of twin beds.
Living Room with Kitchen
Cookware & Kitchen Utensils, Crockery & Cutlery, Dishwasher, DVD, cooking hob, oven, electric kettle, microwave, toaster, fridge / freezer, coffee maker, coffee table, table and chairs, double sofa bed, cupboards.
Please call our emergency number: +32 (0) 497 702 286 to schedule your check-in around 40 min before your arrival at the office and in case of any delay, especially during weekends and evenings, since our office is closed after 19:00 as well as on Saturdays and Sundays, and we need to know when to meet you.
The check-in takes place at our office: Rue Van Artevelde 80 (Van Arteveldestraat 80), 1000 Brussels. Check-in time from: 14:00. Latest check-out is at 11:00 am and 10:30 am in case of two-bedroom and bigger apartments.
Weekly maid service included for stays longer than a week.
Baby cot available at the total price of 20 €.
Wireless Internet at a small extra cost.
Non smoking apartment
Pets not allowed.
The Brussels/Flemish Brabant region
The city’s history can be traced back to 979 AD, when a small castle was built by Charles, the banished son of France’s King Louis IV, on Saint-Gery Island in the Senne River. In the 12th century, the town became an important stop on the commercial road between Bruges and Cologne. The city was growing at a rapid pace, so much so that between the years of 1357 and 1379, a new city enclosure had to be constructed, as the former one had proven to be too small; it is now known as the “inner ring” or the “pentagon.”
Like many European cities, Brussels has experienced its fair share of tragedy and destruction. In 1695, the city was attacked by the barbarian general Villeroy of King Louis XIV of France. More than 4,000 houses were set aflame, including the medieval Grand Palace; the famous City Hall miraculously survived.
This was followed by the Belgian Revolution in 1830, following a presentation of Auber’s opera La Muette de Portici at La Monnaie theatre. The following year, Leopold I, the first king of the Belgians, ascended the throne, accomplishing the destruction of the city walls along with the construction of many new buildings. Under Leopold II, the city underwent even more changes – the Senne was culverted (it had been the source of numerous diseases), the North-South junction was built, and the Tervuren Avenue was laid out.
The capital of Flanders, of Belgium, and of Europe, Brussels is a dynamic city wearing many hats. It is the home to near one million inhabitants, about 25% of whom are expatriates. A lively mixture of English, French, Arabic, Dutch, and German can be heard on the streets each day, and Brussels’ numerous universities give the city a refreshingly young vibe, certainly complimenting its status as one of the world’s most important administrative capitals.
Today, Brussels is a thriving cosmopolitan mecca often unfairly overlooked by tourists to Europe. In addition to its numerous parks and museums, visitors to Brussels will be enchanted by its picturesque medieval streets, lively squares, beautiful boulevards, stunning monuments, cozy cafés, and active sporting and cultural life. Why not plan a trip to the capital of the European Union today and experience firsthand everything the city has to offer.