Brussels: Double Room for Two with Option on Breakfast at hte 4* Hotel Izan On sale!

Brussels: Double Room for Two with Option on Breakfast at hte 4* Hotel Izan

£83.40 £55.92

The Hotel Centrally located in Brussels, near the Horta Museum and the imposing Palais de Justice, the 4* Hotel Izan Avenue Louise makes for a…

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The Hotel

Centrally located in Brussels, near the Horta Museum and the imposing Palais de Justice, the 4* Hotel Izan Avenue Louise makes for a perfect base for a cultural discovery of the city. The palatial hotel rooms, decorated with classical style paintings, are equipped with a TV with satellite channels, a direct dial telephone, a safe, a writing desk and a minibar, as well as en suite bathroom facilities with bath or shower. The breakfasts, made with fresh produce, are served either buffet style or directly in the room.The hotel has a bar and a British-style lounge with an open fireplace, as well as an own library for the guests to use.

Groupon’s Guide To Brussels

Known as the Capital of Europe, Brussels is a world-renowned cultural centre which combines museums and architectural landmarks with modern art. As the sun sets on the city’s many Art Nouveau buildings, century-old mansions and churches, the former fortress turns into a cosmopolitan place with bars, restaurants and buzzing nightlife.

Strolling through narrow alleyways and cobblestoned streets, tourists may visit La Grand-Place, a 17th century square blending Baroque, Gothic and Louis XIV architecture styles. Modern art form seekers may admire an iconic five-sphere structure at the Atomium, an imposing 102-metre complex that pairs up traditional cuisine with panoramic views over the city, in the on-site restaurant. At the foot of the Atomium, the whole Europe awaits to be explored at the Mini-Europe entertainment park that exhibits approximately 80 cities and 350 buildings in miniature. Music lovers can head to La Monnaie, the largest opera house in Belgium, featuring theatre performances, recitals, dance and classical concerts. No Brussels tour would be complete without taking a glimpse into the history of chocolate, a Belgian delight, at the Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate, where travellers with a sweet-tooth can even learn to make artisanal truffles. Brussels weather is temperate, but the city experiences a fair amount of rain, with about 200 rainy days each year. In summer, maximum temperatures are generally a pleasant 22°C to 25°C, but visitors are advised to bring an umbrella when visiting the city. September enjoys temperatures of up to 20°C, while the average temperatures in October may drop to 11°C.