See why so many travelers make Hotel Agenda Louise their hotel of choice when visiting Brussels. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning, a minibar, and a refrigerator, and Hotel Agenda Louise makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and express check-in and check-out. In addition, guests can enjoy breakfast buffet during their visit. As an added convenience, there is paid private parking available on-site.
Close to some of Brussels' most popular landmarks, such as Avenue Louise (0.5 mi) and Place du Grand Sablon (0.8 mi), Hotel Agenda Louise is a great destination for tourists.
Brussels has plenty of seafood restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Chez Leon, Noordzee Mer du Nord, and Le Bistro, which are serving up some great dishes.
Brussels is also home to Anneessens Tower, a popular ancient ruins that is not too far from Hotel Agenda Louise.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Agenda Louise as you experience all of the things Brussels has to offer.
I was travelling for business and stayed 2 nights in the junior suite. Nice room, great firm mattress, lovely shower, quiet hotel. Only slightly annoying feature is the lift which goes up and down all night and there is no escape as it’s a narrow hotel. Bring good ear plugs! Nite to hotel - get the lift serviced or upgraded ! (It’s very noisy. And squeaky) Also whilst tea and coffee making facility is provided, they are mean with how may sachets they provide and there is no milk. Otherwise very good and close walk to lots of restaurants.
The bed was so comfortable. I really enjoyed our stay here, both receptionists were super friendly and helpful. It was far from Center walking it was like 30 minutes but there is supermarkets nearby. I would go back! The only thing is that the rooms get a bit stuffy so you need to open the window.
Stayed at the hotel for 3 days and it is basically fine enough if you don't expect anything other than a bed to sleep in. However, there were so many mistakes and shortcomings that I will not use the hotel the next time I am in Brussels • There was no hand soap in the bathroom nor did it come any of the days. so you had to wash your hands in their showgel • The safety box did not work • The windows could only be closed and not locked • The window sills were filled with mold • The ceiling was filled with spider webs • Breakfast costs 10 Euro, but is not close to being worth the money.
The great: - Rooms are very clean and the staff was extremely friendly. My wife is mobility handicapped, and they were very helpful in working with us. -Rooms are very modern with a new bathroom. Wish they had handlebars in the bathroom for my handicapped wife, but we made it work. Note, that a wheelchair probably wouldn't work in the room. The room isn't tiny, as many other European hotel rooms we've stayed in are. But it's not US large either. - Great location in Brussels. It's about a 15 minute walk to the museums or 1.5 blocks to a tram stop. - It's in a residential (think european small apartment blds) area but there are 3 small cafe's within 1 block of the hotel. - Lots of conveniences close. Day mart 1/2 block away for quick essentials, night mart (they apparently have marts that are open during the day and different ones at night (after 8PM) is about 2 blocks away. There are 3 cafes within 200 yards of the hotel. There is a coffee shot 100' from front although it doesn't open till 9AM. 3 blocks away are a bunch of shops like coffee, bagels, chocolates, bakery, ice cream, etc. -Hotel is very small. I consider this a plus for a limited mobility person. The elevator is 15' from the front door, which is 5 feet from curb. She walks with a cane, so this was very helpful. The less good: - The elevator is very small. We've gotten used to that in Europe hotels. Her mobility scooter fit (Gogo scooter), but had to be put in at an angle. Her scooter is pretty small, but larger scooters might not fit. -The basement garage only fits a few cars and is limited in height. We had a European minivan and it wouldn't fit . Confirm before you go. There is other pay parking around the hotel so we were ok. -The neighborhood is quiet. If you are looking to be in the middle of the action, look elsewhere. But it was perfect for us. -There is a 3" step to get into the hotel and a automatic glass door. The attendant always pressed the button to hold the door open when we got there. This might be a problem for some. Other Info: -Our rooms overlooked a courtyard. I don't think there are any with a view of the city. It didn't matter much to us, but it might be important to others. -It was me and my wife and 3 young teen kids. We had 2 rooms on floor 1. There were only 5 rooms on that floor so although we were on "opposite sides" of the floor, we were still only 20' apart.…
The hotel was all right, the room and the towels were pretty clean, location is very good and really quiet. Avoid breakfast by all means, it's really disappointing and it costs 10 euros that you would waste. I had the inspiration to skip it, but my colleague ate in the hotel and his decision was bad.
This hotel was such a disappointment and not worth the price. Elevator is very small and barely works, some lights in the staircase didn’t work either, some receptionists were rude and missing a smile, curtains in the room were all ripped and broken, bad lighting especially in the bathroom, corridors weren’t spacious at all and keycard stopped working.
The room is of a good size; two comfy chairs and a desk chair. Bathroom is fine. Excellent online price for a hotel in this part of Brussels. The curtains were in poor condition; let down the quality of the room.
Very good location.coffee shops nearby. Spacious and clean room. Tram station, 5"minutes by foot. Nonsmoking hotel very quiet. Very good and helpful staff especially Natalie who helped us always with a smile. Warmly recommend.
I almost never write a review but this time really got my nerves! Please don’t book over there! When you book you see this lovebly pictures of the place but in reality it isn’t. Half hour before we did the check in, they told us that they are moving us to a different location. Then when we got there, the room didn’t have a double bed as booked, it had a sofa-bed for children that obviously we didn’t fit! Then, after calling them to tell them that’s not what we booked, they said this is it and only after a while they gave us another room with a regular bed. But there the toilet wasn’t working and it took them 24 hours to fix it and meanwhile I couldn’t go back to the room! They didn’t even apologize for nothing! We stayed there just because we didn’t find elsewhere to stay but next time I rather book an hostel than this thing!…
I was in town weekend gone with about 30 other friends and we all stayed in the same hotel. Receptionist got a bit flustered but who wouldn't with 30 boisterous guests. room was clean and brilliant. some wear and tear but seriously nothing to be upset about. staff were very friendly and accomodating. would go back again. fantastic location about 15-20 minute walk from grand plas(sic)