Comfort, modernity, design... Hotel Pullman Brussels Centre Midi - designed by the architect Jean-Philippe Nuel - is a brand new upscale 4-star hotel located in the enclosure of the international train station of Brussels (Thalys, Eurostar, ICE, TGV). The hotel is situated at 5 minutes by metro or 15 minute walk from the historical heart of Brussels (Grand Place, Sablon, European Institutions, Louise area, ...). 11 modular and "High-Tech" seminar rooms available. Free WIFI throughout the hotel.
(except where other special terms apply)
Services offered by the hotel
. Pullman Welcomer
. Internet access
. Connectivity Lounge
. Fitness Lounge
. Complimentary mineral water in the room
. Free accommodation and breakfast for up to 0 child(ren) under 12 y. sharing the parents room (by using existing bedding, or if the room is large enough, a crib or a rollaway bed) having breakfast as a family.~
Just a step away by train or metro. By car from Ghent E40 follow Brussels exit Koekelberg follow centre. Exit Sainctelette turn to the right follow direction Anderlecht Gare du midi and turn to the right before the railway bridge. From Paris E19 take exit 17 Brussels Centre head towards Rue de la Bienvenue Bld Industriel N266 and Rue de France. From Antwerp E19 via the ring road head towards Namur E411 take exit E40 Brussels Centre follow city centre R20 direction Gare du Midi.
* Lowest official rates are maintained for the next 7 days
** Prices are quoted as "starting from". Offers are subject to terms and conditions and availability. See terms and conditions of sale for each specific rate.
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Hotel classifications (1 to 5 stars for France) correspond to criteria laid down by local regulations.