A modern three-star hotel walking distance from the NATO district, the Mercure Brussels Airport offers travellers a complimentary shuttle to Bruxelles National, just over 3 miles away.
Guests can choose between a standard guest room and a studio apartment, which features a kitchenette. Wi-fi is free throughout the building and pets are welcome.
The Mercure Brussels Airport welcomes guests with a 24-hour front desk, multilingual staff, and private indoor parking. Active travellers will find a fitness centre on site as well as outdoor running trails nearby.
The cosy Vins Sur 20 Restaurant and Wine Bar features fresh, regional cuisine and opens onto a sunny terrace. A decadent buffet breakfast is served daily, and room service is available 24-hours.
Nearby attractions include Grand Place, Manneken Pis, and The Atomium. The Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and of Military History is within 20 minutes by car or public transport.
The Mercure Brussels Airport is popular with air travellers for its efficient shuttle service, with business travellers for its location near the NATO district, and with coach parties as well, for its reasonable commute into the city centre (15-20 minutes). Sightseers travelling without a car or coach can catch an express bus into town; the stop is about five minutes down the street.
Clean, comfortable rooms with all the basics...
The rooms are often described as "just a little bit better" than what you might expect for a three-star near the airport, with comfortable beds, hot showers, and impeccable housekeeping. Some rooms offer lovely garden views.
A warm welcome...
The front desk staff frequently receive rave reviews for their personable and professional customer service, with guests often describing the entire team as friendly, helpful, and attentive. The bartenders are often singled out for their warm, welcoming manner, and compliments go to the chef on both the breakfast buffet and dinner menu.
Too smoky for some...
Smoking is permitted on one of the hotel's eight floors, and non-smokers inadvertently assigned these rooms are quick to request a change.
Beat the breakfast crowd...
Though the breakfast is widely considered tasty and in keeping with the rates, travellers note that the staff sometimes struggles to keep the buffet filled, particularly when the room is packed with a tour group on a schedule.
Fitness fanatics find the gym a bit too small and basic, while others are unimpressed by the "tiny" televisions in the rooms. A few guests have also been disappointed in long waits at the bar or indifferent customer service at the front desk