Queen Anne Hotel Brussels (Brussels)
Queen Anne Hotel Brussels

country: Belgium, city: Brussels (City Centre)

Queen Anne Hotel Brussels Queen Anne Hotel BrusselsWith all the comforts of this century, the hotel makes its guests to enjoy a friendly and personal service as well as ensure their stay is comfortable.

Location
The Queen Anne is a friendly hotel, which is ideally located in the centre of Brussels, close to the world-famous Grand Place. Guests have excellent access to shopping areas, restaurants and public transportations.

Rooms
The 60 tastefully furnished guestrooms of the property are well equipped with modern amenities to offer you a pleasant stay. For longer stay, the Queen Anne also has 11 luxuriously furnished apartments.

Restaurant
The hotel is famous for its delicious buffet breakfast, sweet and savoury, served each morning. Guests can enjoy coffee or tea at the lounge, and for other drinks, visit the onsite bar.

General
Queen Anne Hotel Brussels is your home in the heart of Brussels.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Breakfast room
Cocktail bar
Laundry facilities
Lounge
Reception
Safe deposit box
Cable / Satellite TV
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Telephone

Extra Information:

Address:
Bd.Emile Jacqmain 110
1000 Brussels


International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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