Hotels in Belgium

Belgium is a country between France, Luxembourg, Germany and the Netherlands. What is so nice about Belgium is all the history and fun that awaits you in one compact area. You can easily travel the 137 miles from the most eastern side of Belgium to the furthest west in less than three hours by train, but why would you do that when there are so many wonderful stops to make on the way? Each stop is easily accessible by rail, near the city center, and require minimal directional skills. In addition, Belgium also has a number of excellent airports and the roads are very good. Below you will find the most popular Belgian cities. We show a number of hotel suggestions per city.

Book cheap hotels in Belgium

Would you like to get an insight into the most beautiful hotels in Belgium? Enjoy a versatile holiday destination! There are many reasons: a beautiful nature, great restaurants, extraordinary museums and a surprising culture. You can choose from numerous hotels. The most affordable budget hotels are available from €82,00 per overnight stay. Are you looking for a luxury accommodation? Then you have to count on an average of €147,00 per accommodation. A sunny holiday is very popular here. It is also a beautiful country in winter. Book your cheap hotel room in Belgium right way! Compare the hotel providers below and book the best offers.

CountryBelgium
Capital cityBrussels
Average hotel room price€124,00
LanguageDutch, French, German
Official CurrencyEuro (EUR)
Busiest travel timeMay to September
Number of inhabitants11.655.930
Surface area30510 km2
Time zoneUTC+01:00 (CET)
Flag carrierBrussels Airlines
Main Airport Brussels Airport (IATA:BRU)
Government websitewww.belgium.be

Information before you leave
Are you booking a hotel for a trip to Belgium? Below we offer some practical information. The capital of the country is Brussels. People pay here with Euro (EUR). The Belgian time zone is UTC+01:00 (CET). The most common language(s): Dutch, French, German. There are about 11.655.930 citizens in the country. The country’s total land area is 30510 km2. Some additional practical info: the electricity is 230 V, 50 Hz and the type of electrical sockets is C / E. The international access number is +32.

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Nice regions for your hotel stay in Belgium

Belgium has different regions for a holiday. Below you will find a summary of beautiful regions. We will then share additional data and check the current hotel offer. Also click further to hotel accommodations in Malaysia and Northern Ireland.

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Explanation about public transportation in Belgium

Belgium has good public transport facilities. A popular airport in this area is Brussels Airport. They offer reliable flights. The national airline is Brussels Airlines. They offer good conditions. Possibly you can find a last-minute deal. On www.belgium.be you will find additional explanations about: city tax (tourism), insurances and the (passport) visa application process.

Standard hotel rates

Belgian hotel prices depend on many factors. We place a price indication in the next figure.

Hotel segmentCosts
Cheap accommodation€82,00
Regular room€124,00
Luxurious accommodation€147,00
Weekend holiday€372,00
Meal (per person)€44,00
Standard rates for an hotel stay in Belgium

Climate & Weather Forecasts February 2024

Belgium is a wonderful country. The climate can best be described as a Temperate oceanic climate. The normal annual temperature is 10,7 degrees Celsius. In winter it is a bit colder. During this period it is about -1,1 degrees centigrade. Temperatures rise during the summer. Assume 21,6 degrees Celsius °C. In the table below you will find the weather forecast for today and the next 7 days.

Ostend

If you are visiting Belgium in the summer this is the ideal spot to be. You can get your beach on in this northern port of Belgium. You can also catch a ferry to England from this most western point of Belgium. Why visit Ostend? Well, this historic fishing spot is home to the best seafood in Belgium, which you can easily experience at restaurants like De Mangerie. Or you can pick out your own mussels at the local fish market. Some other fun things to do are a little card or slot play at the Kursaal Casino, or taking im some of the local art and culture at the James Ensor House. Perhaps the best part of actually staying in Ostend is it’s easy access to the rest of Belgium. It is only a twelve-minute train ride from the romance of Bruges.

Best Hotels Ostend

  1. C-Hotels Andromeda
  2. Hotel Cocoon
  3. Hotel du Bassin

Bruges

Yes, hot air ballooning can be done almost anywhere. But you will never see Bruges like this in any other way. Overlooking the city center, castles, and a sea of green just before sunset several hundred feet above ground with a nice glass of Champagne is hard to beat.

Choco-Story
The Chocolate Museum is a museum with a different type of elegant art. Here you will learn the history of chocolate in Belgium and throughout the world and you will be introduced an entire floor of chocolate statues and their chocolate workshops.

Best Hotels Bruges

  1. Hotel Dukes’ Palace
  2. Canal Deluxe Bed and BreakfastHotel
  3. Hotel Van Cleef

Antwerp

Seeing Antwerp by Bike is an excellent way to scope out all the sights in three hours and it’s a good way to experience Belgium like the Belgians. The Belgians are known for their intense Cycling ambitions: up hills, down hills, country roads or across village stone. So this is a kind way to introduce visitors to the biking phenomena.

  • For some good homemade food and a wide selection of Belgium’s famous beer visit Het Elfde Gebod, just a short walk from the city center and has wonderfully gaudy decor.
  • While you are in Antwerp, you might as well stroll around Grote Markt. This is basically the entire city center. It encompasses the Brabo, a large fountain created in 1887, beautiful old “houses,” and market stalls surrounding the square.

Best Hotels Antwerp

  1. Hotel FRANQ
  2. Hotel De Witte Lelie
  3. Hotel ‘T Sandt

Brussels

Brussels is such a historic, large and wonderful city. It’s really difficult to choose just one or two sights to see. The Atomium, is a really strange but cool site. While exploring this attraction you will find your way through eight spheres and five different levels. You get a unique view of the city when at the top of the atom, a feature that was created for the 1958 world fair.

Chocolate again! But this is more of a hands-on activity. The world famous and official chocolate supplier of the Belgian Court lies in the heart of Brussels. Wittamer is in high demand from all corners of the earth and you can be there to try the freshest and almost indescribably decadent chocolate treats.

While your already indulging in the Belgian treats, you may as well go for the good stuff: beer. The Cantillon Brewery calls out like a beacon to travelers. The brewery doesn’t mess around with touristy merchandise however, it just pours good beer. The Cantillon Brewery is a short walk from the South Brussels train station. For just 6 Euro, you can hear all about this family’s history of brewing since 1900 and a glass of beer is included.

Best Hotels Brussels

  1. Le Metropole
  2. The Warwick
  3. Hotel Amigo

Spa

Every spa in the world is named after this location, which natural spring water bubble up for ideal relaxation and health conditions. This town is easily accessible by train if you’re coming from Brussels, and the cost is just over 18 Euro.

Thermes de Spa is the place to visit. Part of the fun is getting there. Once you’ve arrived to the Place Royale, where you get a Willy Wonka-esque experience in their funicular lift that ascends the hill inclined. It is just 18 Euro for adults, and 16 Euro for students who then can visit any part of the 8,600 square feet of heated spring water. Experience the revitalizing waters, rich in of calcium and bicarbonate, and the sauna’s and steam rooms available to you at this same baseline price. Of course there are additional beauty and spa treatments (their peat treatment is amazing!) for a price. This town in not limited to spring waters, though. It also has some interesting and quirky sites like: The Laundry Museum and several casinos lining the streets.

Best Hotels Spa

  1. Radisson Blu Palace Hotel, Spa
  2. Villa Des Fleurs
  3. Radisson Blu Balmoral Hotel, Spa