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Description Best Western City Centre Brussel is centrally located, at only 10 minutes walking distance from the historic Grand Place, just near the pedestrian shopping Street'Rue Neuve' and all major sightseeing ... more

Brussels Hotels

Description Best Western Premier Carrefour De L\\\'europe Hotel is a 4 star business hotel. Located in the heart of Brussels, just between the Grand\\\'Place and the Central Station. The recently refurbished Best... more

Brussels Hotels

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Good

Advantagesdecent value, nice park nearby, close to Brussels North station

Disadvantagesaudible road traffic, room style & decor a bit disappointing, breakfast fairly average

...Best Western Brussels City Centre Introduction As part of a weekend break in Belgium I stayed one night at the Best Western Brussels City Centre Hotel. After searching on various price comparison websites I booked the hotel via www.hotelhippo.com which offered the cheapest price. I paid £56.31 for a single room with breakfast included. This included a five percent discount redeemable...

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Super

Advantagesquiet location, good value, helpful staff

Disadvantagesquite a long walk to the city center, took me approximately 30 minutes to walk to

...Best Western Hotel Docklands Antwerp Introduction On a weekend stay to Belgium I stayed one night at the Best Western Hotel Docklands Antwerp. The online booking was made three weeks in advance via www.bestwestern.com. I took advantage of the advanced non-refundable offer and paid ?60.50 (approx. £53.50) which included all taxes and buffet breakfast. The price I paid represents a 40% saving...

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Excellent

AdvantagesNice location, great hotel, breakfast included in the price,

DisadvantagesNo smoking area in the hotel, no smoking balcony either

.... My brother and I visited Prague in Mid January 2011, to have a nice break from home. It also gave me the chance to stock up on some less expensive tobacco from the Tesco supermarket near Wencezlas Square. We looked at booking a hotel in Prague within a £50 a night spending limit per room and this appeared a good value stay. We paid just £35ish a night direct through the Best Western Prague...

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