Pascal, a real "Bruxellois", looks forward to welcome you in one of the three comfortable and fully equipped rooms or two apartments in his beautiful Art Nouveau mansion. Situated near the centre of Brussels, the house was completely renewed in 2008 with respect for the original character, which is well kept or restored. All rooms have a private bathroom, wc, television and wifi. There's also a fully equipped kitchen in the apartments. The breakfast is served in the dining room on the ground floor. All the guests draw a chair up to one huge table. Pastries, bread and cereals are offered together with all kinds of old-fashioned, traditional marmelade, chocolate spreads and other products from Belgium or abroad.
5 on May 08, 2012
El lugar está un poquito apartado del centro, pero si no os importa caminar o moveros en metro, es un lugar estupendo. Toda está muy limpio, y tanto la habitación como el baño son muy espaciosos, por lo que si vais a pasar varios días y os hace mal tiempo, no resultará agobiante quedarse algo más de lo esperado en la casa. El desayuno, excelente. Queso, fiambre, yogures, cereales, panes variados, chocolate, bizcocho casero, mermeladas caseras sabrosísimas, zumos diversos, café y té...Muy buena cantidad y calidad. Pascal, encantador, siempre dispuesto a ayudaros con las indicaciones que necesitéis.
5 on August 01, 2011
We were a group of colleagues participating at conference in Brussels. The house is spacious, full of light and air - worth a picture at Conran's books. Pascal is very attentive, his advice on Brussels were useful and breakfast tasty. I would stay there again for business or with my family.
4.8 on July 16, 2011
Very good located B&B in Brussels, close to the city center. The rooms are very cosy & clean And the owner Pascal is very friendly, makes time for his quests and very helpfull... Recommended for a any kind of a trip Darline
4.2 on July 16, 2011
Absolutely loved my stay at B&B Leopold II. It was the highlight of my trip to Brussels. Pascal is a wonderful host, so helpful and knowledgeable. The breakfast every morning is lovely: breads, cheese, meats, yogurts, fruit, homemade jam and sometimes homemade treats from Pascal. The room I stayed in (Architect's Room) has amazingly high ceilings, rustic wooden floors and really polished modern furnishings. Just a few words about location: the attractions in Brussels are spread out from each other like no other city I've been to. Regardless of where you stay, you're going to have to walk a distance or take the metro to get where you want to go. The advantage of B&B Leopold II's location is that it's right near a major metro station that is the beginning and end of a line (it's a circle line that goes around the entire city center). This was amazingly convenient. Also since the B&B is outside the downtown area, it's quiet and less crowded with more of a neighborhood feel. I would stay here again in a heartbeat!
3.4 on July 15, 2011
We stayed for a weekend in May 2011. We met the enthusiastic owner of the Bed and Breakfast, who was very friendly and willing to help when necessary. Rooms were very nice we stayed in the Architecture room and the Royal room, both beautiful decorated. Distance to center of Brussels is 20 minutes walk or with public transport just few minutes.
5 on March 31, 2011
Notre séjour a Bruxelles à été sublimé par l'accueil de Pascal au sein de sa demeure charmante et confortable ! Le petit déjeuner était particulièrement appréciable ! Nous avons beaucoup apprécié la gentillesse et la disponibilité de notre hôte qui a été de très bon conseil tant pour les visites que pour les restaurants.
2.2 on March 25, 2011
More or less acceptable especially it is located near to the Metro station that I need to travel between Expo and Train Station. Just confused by bathtub, which is reversely positioned. It misled me that there was no hot water....
4.4 on March 24, 2011
it was a nice place to stay with a lot of hospitality from the owner Pascal. close to a metrostation and also to the centre (with a walk of 20 minutes )
4.2 on January 17, 2011
Koloniale kamer was fantastisch. Zag er zeer sfeervol uit, bed was goed, alles goed schoon. Badkamer was netjes, met een hele fijne douche, een verwarmd handdoekenrek, echt tot in de puntjes geregeld. De eigenaar kon ons helpen met een super adres om uit eten te gaan, kaartjes van de stad en de metro. Het ontbijt was overigens echt goed. Echt een aanrader dus!
4.0 on January 16, 2011
We spent one night in Brussels and Leopold II was perfect for us. Nice, spacious room with badroom ensuite. Very welcoming host, with personal tips to explore the city, and a good breakfast in the morning. Metrostation close by, bicycle station close by but also close enough to the city centre to walk. Good pick!
Airport, City, Downtown, Suburban
Brussels, Belgium (BRU-National) 8 miles
Driving on the ringway 0, you take the E40 in the direction of Brussels/Koekelberg. Follow the Avenue Charles Quint until you reach the park below (Avenue Pantheon). At the traffic lights you continue straight on until the crossroad, up to Simonis at the bottom of the park. You are now on the Boulevard Léopold II. After a 300 metres you can see the house at your left side.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Religious Services
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast, Cottage, Urban Inn, Historic Inn, Homestay
Board games, Computer, Fax Machine, Telephone, Wet bar
Coffee/Tea facilities, In-room internet, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Library, Microwave, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Nederlands, English, French