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Welcome to Brussels Centre Airport Hotels! Our goal is to provide the best options for your hotel stay in the beautiful areas of Brussels, BE! Whether your trip is for business or pleasure, we strive to provide exceptional service from the start of our secure online reservation system to the last night of your hotel stay! Our top-rated hotels ensure a comfortable atmosphere, and are often located near popular attractions, shopping centers, and local night-life activities! Whatever your visit to Brussels entails, we're sure you'll find our informative Brussels Guide and hotel booking options useful!

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Brussels Centre Hotel Listings

Aris Grand Place Hotel
Hotel Floris Grand Place
Best Western Premier
Novotel Brussels Off Grandplace
Atel La Madeleine
Arlequin Grand Place
Hotel Saint Michel
Rocco Forte Amigo Hotel
Exclusive Hotel Residence Dixseptie
Royal Windsor Hotel Grand Place
B-Aparthotel Grand Place
Le Meridien Brussels
Scandic Grand Place
Atel Opera Brussels
The Dominican
Saint Nicolas Hotel
Radisson Blu Eu Hotel Brussels
Hotel Mozart
...more hotels

About Brussels

Brussels has served as the capital of Belgium since the country declared its independence from the Netherlands in 1830. Belgium is a small country of 11 million people located between France and Germany. About 2 million people live in the Brussels metropolitan area.

Brussels played host to the World’s Fair, Expo 58, in 1958. Popular attractions for visitors to the city include the Grand Place, the Atomium and the Manneken Pis. Although it rains about 200 days a year here, the annual total of 32 inches of precipitation is not significant.

Several international organizations are based in Brussels, including the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the European Commission and the European Parliament. Also, the de facto capital of the European Union is in Brussels.

The majority of citizens speak French, although a significant minority speaks Dutch. About 200 years ago, nearly every citizen of Brussels spoke Dutch. Both French and Dutch are official languages in Belgium. Although German is also an official language, few in Brussels speak it.

The 50,024-seat King Baudouin Stadium is where the Belgium national soccer team plays the majority of its home matches. The facility opened in 1930 and has played host to the championship game of European club soccer in 1958, 1966, 1975 and 1985. The final game of the 1972 European international soccer championship, a 3-0 win for West Germany over the Soviet Union, also took place here.

Visitors to the area usually either fly into Brussels Airport or take a train into the city. Eurostar offers service from cities such as London and Paris, and a variety of other companies take passengers into Brussels from numerous cities in the Netherlands, Germany and France. After arrival in the city, the Brussels Metro and bus and tram systems take visitors throughout the Brussels area.