Located in close proximity to the Downtown area and expo site of Brussels, Hotel New Prince De Liege is just 15 minutes drive from
Located in close proximity to the Downtown area and expo site of Brussels, Hotel New Prince De Liege is just 15 minutes drive from Grand Place and around 20 minutes from Brussels Airport. The hotels modern multi-functional venue is apt for organising impressive business meets and social events. Corporate travellers can make use of the well-equipped business centre for their work-related commitments. The tour desk offers assistance in organising trips to nearby hotspots and localities. Shuttle service and uninterrupted wireless internet access are provided for guests comfort.
Start the day with a healthy Continental breakfast and later relish traditional delicacies, served along with refreshing drinks at the restaurant on site. Savour authentic Indian meals, offered at Bombay Inn Restaurant, reachable within 15 minutes drive.
The property maintains 32 rooms, classified into Standard, Comfort and Executive categories. All guest rooms are furnished with satellite TV, work desk, telephone and Wi-Fi access. Select rooms feature air conditioning, mini bar and leather sofa. Well-maintained bathrooms have shower/bath facility and hairdryer.
Explore Europe in its miniature form at the famous Mini Europe amusement park, just a 15-minute drive from the hotel.
Facilities offered in Ares Budget Hotel Brussels :
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 11 AM.
Cancellation Policy Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the Fare policy associated with your room.
Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
Payment Mode You can pay now or you can pay at the hotel if your selected room type has this option.
User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 2 reviews
VERY GOOD 3 reviews
AVERAGE 4 reviews
POOR 2 reviews
TERRIBLE 4 reviews
Suzanne Marie C... T
04 Jan 2018
Comfortable, clean with basic ....
Booked this hotel because it was one of the cheapest nearest the city centre during NYE 2017-18 and we were not disappointed.
Straight forward check in , the double room we had was clean and big enough for us to chill out , watch a bit of TV (BBC1 & 2) , get ready to go out using the en suite shower and the bed was really very comfortable !!
Reception were helpful with good advice on public transport and Ahmid even printed out boarding passes off for us!
There is a Boulangerie next to the hotel and a corner shop and a restaurant if you feel the need to eat before you get into the city centre. It is on a main road that's about 15 minute walk for Gare de l'Ouest, there you can get bus or metro to where ever you like in the city ! For the budget traveller who likes to go out more than stay in when they visit a new country but still have use of basic amenities then this is the hotel for you !
We had a super time and stayed for 3 nights , Brussels is a fabulous city and we shall return one day i hope !
29 Nov 2017
Ok for the price we paid
I did not pick the hotel (note to myself: no more "mystery getaway" on Groupon, not worth the value at all) and after reading the reviews here and on Google I was expecting the worst. What we found was beyond correct. Expecting the worst I was actually nicely surprised. The room and the shower were OK and clean. It's warm, the bed is cosy. Yes the building is not young but I have seen worst. There is no breakfast or restaurant in the hotel but plenty shops, bakery, restaurant around. Coffee machines in the hall. The location is far from all tourist activities but there are bus stops less than one minute away. A taxi from the city centre at night will cost you 12 euros. The area has a bad reputation but from what I saw it is not deserved as I never felt unsafe. And there are actually some quite good restaurants in this area. The guys at the reception are quite nice and polite. The hotel has recently changed direction so hopefully the bad reviews will go away. Overall if you are not looking for luxury and don't mind being in the bus, I would recommend.
03 Nov 2017
Nicely smelly and dirty
I definitely would not recommend the hotel to anyone. Location is far from good. Anderlecht looks like a suburb, with limited transport access. You need to walk 25-30 minutes to the metro station and buses also take a lot of time to get to the centre. The chlorine smell in the rooms and corridor made it even more difficult to stay in the hotel. No breakfast, no adequate cleaning, basically, it should be among the cheapest hostels, but it claims to be 3-star hotel with irrelevant prices, which they certainly are not!
30 Oct 2017
Trying to remember at least on....
The room was so tiny that you had to go to the corridor to actually turn around. The bed sheets were almost black from dirt. The room needed a proper cleaning, especially the bathroom. But that was still bearable... the best thing turned out to be an amazing smell of chlorine which had made our stay a lifetime memory. Anderlecht neighbourhood is kind of depressing suburb with a transport problem. You have to walk 30 minutes to the nearest metro station. The buses came only once in 20 minutes.
Service was the worst, no breakfast. It was not even close to a 3-star hotel, but hardly making to a hostel or a motel. I was really trying to write something positive too, but that's just impossible. We wanted to check out of the hotel the very first day, but we had to pay in advance and they did not return our money back. So, seriously guys, DON'T GO THERE!
13 Oct 2017
If you want to lose your self ....
"If you want to lose your self respect entirely - you should definitely check in to this "hotel".
I don’t even know where to start at how dreadful this experience was. First the location was so terrifying, I was praying to return safely during the evenings (since I was working from morning till dawn). I had the pleasure of getting a room precisely located on the sidewalk, meaning that basically my window was a welcome to all the different dirty smells surrounding this area, which was a nice combination to the odor of the pools chlorine coming from the hotel itself. Of course the room didn’t had a minibar or a safe, since it was already ‘soooo secure’. Oh and lets not forget to mention the bathroom… such a delight. The construction of the sink made it possible for me to take a shower involuntarily every morning and evening and don’t even dream of getting a soap or anything complimentary from the hotel room. Anyway, I’m a positive person and I still felt a huge relieve, when I was able to escape from this room and appreciate the beauty of Brussels central areas.”