Reach our perfectly located hotel in Brussels
Warwick Brussels is located in the heart of the Brussels city centre, steps from the Grand Place, Brussels Town Hall and the Central Train Station. We are easily accessible by car and public transport.
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How To Get Here
Subway: Central Station, lines 1 & 5.
Bus: Central Station, lines 29, 38, 48, 63, 65, 66, 71 / Royal, line 95
Tram: Bourse, lines 3 & 4 / Royal, lines 92 & 94
Nearby Train Stations:
Central Station: located a few steps from the hotel and offering, among others, direct connection to the South Station (Thalys, TGV and Eurostar terminals) and Brussels National Airport.
South Station: Subway line 2 or 6 to “Arts-Loi” and change for the line 1 or 5 to Central Station.
Brussels-Luxembourg Station: Bus 38 (Direction Debrouckère) to Central Station
North Station: Tram 3 or 4 (Direction Stalle) to Bourse (5 minutes by walk from the hotel.)
Further information about Brussels’ public transports: www.stib.be
Further information about trains and extended excursions: www.b-rail.be
Private parking (including bike parking) is available at the hotel at additional cost.
- Address Rue Duquesnoy, 5, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
- Phone +32 2 505 55 55 | Fax +32 2 505 55 00
- Contact [email protected]
The central square of Brussels, the Grand Place is considered to be one of the most beautiful medieval squares in Europe. The Grand Place is home to the town hall, a Gothic masterpiece dating from the Middle Ages with a 96 metre high tower, topped with a statue of the city’s patron saint the archangel Michael. The unique buzz of the square makes it a great place to people watch and get a true sense of this historic city.
Shopping on Avenue Louise
One of the premier shopping streets in the city, Avenue Louise offers shoppers a great variety of prestigious international brands and stylish boutiques, many housed in charming Art Nouveau buildings.
This cheeky sculpture is a must-see for any visit to the Belgian capital. Embodying the local’s sense of humour and free-thinking spirit, it is the best-known symbol of the people of Brussels.
Flagey A key cultural centre
Flagey boasts a world-class programme with something to suit all tastes, young and old alike. Host to a variety of music festivals that showcase classical, contemporary and jazz, as well as a much-loved art house cinema, Flagey makes for an enjoyable visit during any trip to Brussels.
Dedicated to the work of Belgian surrealist artist René Magritte, this museum boasts the largest collection of his work with 230 works and archives. Rubbing shoulders with the Royal Palace of Brussels, the museum is situated on the Place Royale.
The Royal Palace of Brussels and Parc de Bruxelles
A stroll through the Parc de Bruxelles, the 32 acre historic city park featuring serene ponds and fountains, tree lined walks, Art Deco lamp posts and statues, brings visitors to the 19th century Royal Palace. The official palace of the King and Queen of Belgium is open for tours in the summer months. A highlight of any visit is the spectacular Hall of Mirrors, featuring a ceiling created with 1.6 million iridescent green jewel scarab beetle shells.