The Smallest World-City
Brussels hostels can be found on the doorstep of the city’s many attractions and in the heart of the Grand Place vicinity. From here, enjoy easy access to shopping, bars, clubs, restaurants and public transport networks. Hostels provide free maps of Brussels offering the latest suggestions of where to find pubs, nightclubs, cheap and good food, chocolate, waffles and beers. Book an affordable private room or shared dorm (up to typically 4 people). Linen and towels are usually included in the price, however, hostels in Brussels do not always offer breakfast. Hostels in Brussels are a great place and way to meet other travellers and usually provide communal lounges, kitchen facilities, internet access, planned activities and helpful, multilingual staff. Prices range from €25 for shared accommodation and € 30 for a private dorm with shared bathroom. Stored luggage and lockers in dorms are used to protect your valuables whilst you’re out exploring beautiful Brussels. Best to book a week or two in advance in summer as popular hostels get booked up early. Hostels can be booked online from such sights as www.travelcuts.ca, hostelworld.com and hostelbookers.com. Here properties are rated and availability as well as useful information is provided.