Hotel Barsey by Warwick
Why We Love This Hotel
- It's in Brussels' Avenue Louise district, known for its shops, art galleries & museums
- The hotel restaurant has an Italian-style patio within a pretty garden
- Brussels's largest park -- Bois de La Cambre -- is 9 minutes' walk from the hotel
- Many of the elegant rooms with classic décor have balconies overlooking the city
The Warwick Barsey Hotel is in Brussels' Avenue Louise district, known for its shops, art galleries and museums. You can reach many of the city's attractions by foot or tram – the Abbaye tram stop is metres from the hotel.
The upscale property is a 9-minute walk from Brussels's largest park, Bois de La Cambre, and a 10-minute stroll from Ixelles Ponds. The Horta Museum is a 15-minute walk away, while the European Union Parliament Building and Notre Dame du Sablon are less 20 minutes by public transportation -- there is a tram stop nearby -- or about 30 minutes on foot.
The Barsey Restaurant & Lounge serves traditional Belgian food and spills out onto an Italian-style patio/garden with a fountain and statues. Guests can choose from a range of Belgian beers at the bar. There’s also a gym (open seven days a week) with treadmills, bikes, a step-machine and weights.
All 99 classic bedrooms have free Wi-Fi, a mini bar, 24-hour room service and a flat-screen TV with cable. The rooms on the higher floors, where most of the suites are, have balconies with city views.
Children up to 12 years of age can stay in their parents' room for free (a cot can be added upon request). The Warwick Barsey Hotel is also pet-friendly -- dogs can stay for an additional 12.50€.
Note that a city tax of around 8€ per night must be paid upon checkout.