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What more do you want - a clean and stylish room, excellent service and a great breakfast! We were pleasantly surprised, as city hotels can sometimes turn out to be a bit shabby. Catalonia hotel was impressive and made us feel like royalty! Although it's...More
I was in town to see the Bruce Springsteen concert and only stayed one night but it was a nice place with two twin beds. I got a great rate on Priceline for $59 USD as it was a weekday and the place didn't seem...More
Just arrrived back from Brussels having stayed in the Catalonia Forum Art Hotel. Staff were so friendly and helpful. Nothing was too much trouble for them. Rooms were clean and well furnished with good sized en suite bathrooms. Would happily stay there again.
I am pretty open minded and flexible and have stayed at several European hotels, so I feel I know what to expect in a European hotel. I stayed at the Catalonia Forum during a Cosmos Trip to Europe. Overall, I have to say I was...More
US$94 - US$142 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#2 Family Hotel in Saint-Gilles
#7 Business Hotel in Saint-Gilles
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Tram 81 from chaussee de waterloo to brussels midi (tram stop called Moris) or Tram 92 (tram stop Ma Campagne) to underground station Louisa/Louise and from there you take the underground to Midi/South Station. Although... More
Tram 81 from chaussee de waterloo to brussels midi (tram stop called Moris) or Tram 92 (tram stop Ma Campagne) to underground station Louisa/Louise and from there you take the underground to Midi/South Station. Although taking the 81 looks easier, the 92 combined with travelling the underground is easier. It also depends on the time and day. Maybe use Brussels transport site before travelling: stib.be
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"Rooms located at the front of the hotel are too noisy due to repairs taking place now. Avoid them."