Curiosity was the main reason for booking the Hotel Noga as it seemed "different and quirky". Firstly a tip - don't take the Metro to De Brouckere for the hotel as it's a bit of a trek, the best stop is Sainte Catherine metro - much nearer and less hassle! The hotel is down a cobbled side street so a good idea to wear flat shoes if you have a number of cases! On arrival, you'll find a lovely boutique hotel with a maritime theme, big comfortable sofas, old fashioned photos with a homely feel. My Economy room was basic, small and clean, with a TV, coffee making facilities and bathroom with shower (excellent hot running water) and the price was very reasonable for a city centre hotel especially for an Easter weekend. Breakfast at 6 euros was excellent value, a buffet with crepes you could heat on a griddle, eggs, baked beans, ham, croissants, cereal and much more! A nice touch on Easter Sunday morning was finding a small chocolate egg underneath my teacup. All the staff were incredibly welcoming and helpful during my stay and, after checkout, I was able to leave my bags so I could explore the city before my flight home. The hotel is 20 minutes walk from Grand Place and other attractions such as the Manneken Pis (watch your handbags/manbags, incredibly crowded around the statue). If you are flying from Brussels airport, take the metro from Saint Catherine to Central Station, where you can pick up the train for the airport - a helpful tip from the chap on reception. The hotel is a real gem with character - would certainly stay there again!
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