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Modern and practical rooms, quality restaurant, free Wi-Fi, attentive staff, parking and equipped meeting rooms. Our 3-star hotels in Brussels offer all the comforts you need, and in a friendly atmosphere....
Our hotels in Brussels
Enjoy the comfort of Campanile rooms in Brussels. Depending on the establishment, you’ll find private parking, meeting rooms, restaurants with self-serve buffets or à la carte dishes, as well as evening entertainment.



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In Brussels and its surroundings

Check out our Campanile hotel-restaurants in Bruxelles and enjoy comfortable rooms
Hôtels Drogenbos Campanile

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Planning a stay in Drogenbos and looking for a hotel? With its comfortable rooms, Campanile invites you to take an indulgent break at the best price!

Hotels Vilvoorde Campanile

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Planning a stay in Vilvoorde and looking for a hotel? With its comfortable rooms, Campanile invites you to take an indulgent break at the best price!



What to do in Brussels?

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Take advantage of your short stay in Brussels at our Campanile hotels for a visit to the historic center, to discover various unmissable monuments. Among them are the famous Atomium, the famous Manneken Pis, the City Hall and the typical corporation houses, Anneessens Square known for its many book-sellers, and the Galleries Royales de Saint-Hubert, which house luxury boutiques. Don't miss either the Sablon district for those who like to wander around Belgian antique shops or the extremely numerous churches.
Start by visiting the historical center of the Belgian capital and discover the most typical monuments. Take advantage of a stroll through the various parks and green spaces that cover 8,000 hectares in the city within its walls. Don’t forget to pass through the business district to see European institutions such as the European Commission, European Parliament, European Union Council, or the Economic and Social Committee. The multi-secular opera house in Brussels will also be the opportunity to spend a pleasant evening of culture, before you retrieve the comfort of your Campanile room.
Are you staying in Brussels with your kids? There is no lack of fun and educational activities. Of course, show them the Manneken Pis, located next to the Brussels 3-star Campanile hotel. You can also browse some Brussels museums, such as the Transport Museum, Royal Africa Museum or Charlier Museum. Finally, thrill seekers will love a visit to the Bruparck at the foot of the Atomium, which is packed with original attractions known Europe-wide.

Top 3 gastronomic experiences in Brussels

Mussels and fries

The famous mussels and fries are a must-have of Belgian cuisine, which can be found on the menu of many restaurants in Brussels. It differs from its French equivalent, particularly in the specific way the Belgians prepare French fries. “Fritkot” (deep-fried food) has been recently recognized as part of intangible Belgian heritage.


Belgian chocolates are famous around the world: take advantage of your arrival in Brussels to see for yourself how much this recognition is deserved. The praline (nut-filled chocolate) is one of the most famous Belgian specialties.

Sample the local cuisine at your hotel-restaurant in Brussels

At Campanile, we’re dedicated to introducing our guests to the cuisine of the region they’re staying in. See for yourself in our Brussels hotel-restaurants, whose menus offer many local dishes.
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Must-see events


Many music, film and folk events take place in Brussels, such as the Couleur Café Festival (World Music), the Brussels Comic Strip Festival, Kunstenfestivaldesarts (dedicated to contemporary creation), the Brussels summer festival (a music festival with an eclectic program), or the BIFFF (Brussels International Festival of Fantastic Film).

Meyboom Plantation

The Meyboom (or Meiboom) plantation is the oldest Brussels tradition, celebrating a victory by Brussels over the city of Leuven, which occurred in 1213. This festive event takes place every year on August 9th and consists of planting the May tree near Brussels’s Grand-Place, at the crossroads of the rue des Sables and the rue du Marais.