El encanto de una época pasada y confort contemporáneo cerca del centro de la ciudad (20 'a pie de la Grand Place) Idealmente situado cerca del centro de la ciudad (un simple paseo de 20 minutos de la Grand-Place histórica), y cerca de la estación de metro de Madou , el "70 Traversiere" es una casa burguesa 1850 que le ofrece el encanto de una época pasada y el confort contemporáneo. El desayuno se sirve en el hermoso comedor en casi cualquier momento. Establezca la hora del desayuno sólo ocurre si el total supera en número de clientes la facilidad de estar (8). Pago en efectivo sólo cuando no nos aceptan tarjetas de crédito ni cheques. Además de nuestras habitaciones del B & B (todas con baño privado), la casa también tiene 3 habitaciones de estudiantes, compartiendo un baño y una cocina. A veces se encuentran disponibles en el modo B & B, a un ritmo menor. Póngase en contacto para cualquier requisito especial, bien podríamos conocerlos.
4,6 en octubre 16, 2013
I travelled to Brussels from Ottawa, Canada in September/October 2013 and stayed at 70 Traversiere "Balcon Room" for 3 weeks. Very impressed with pretty much everything about the B & B. Booking was fast and easy. My room was large, clean and decorated with authentic European charm. Private bathroom clean and tidy. Jeanine was very nice and very accommodating with breakfast schedule. The best part was the B & B's location - right in the middle of everything. I would definitely stay here again and would absolutely recommend this B & B.
4,8 en julio 17, 2013
Wonderful place to stay in Brussels. Location is very good and convenient . Very charming rooms and living room. Service is outstanding. I would recommend to my friends and family
4,4 en junio 14, 2012
My husband and I very much enjoyed our stay at this B&B. It has a really beautiful charm and the room we had was absolutely gorgeous. The whole interior of the the building is just beautiful. The B&B was pretty centrally located. It was just about a 10 minute walk from downtown Brussels which was something that was really important for us. It made it easy to go out and site see on foot. Our only real complaints are that the shower wasn't capable of running warm water-it was either hot or cold, therefore we had to take baths instead of showers. Also-for breakfast we were served fresh juice, coffee and bread with jam/other spreads. If the breakfast could have been a little more substantial, that would have been nice.
2,6 en agosto 14, 2010
While my husband and I agree with many of the positive comments that have been made about 70 Traversiere B&B, we had a negative experience which negated anything positive that we could have possibly added. We were traveling with our 10-year-old granddaughter and had made detailed and specific arrangements with the innkeeper, Jeanine, via email, for a particular room which would accommodate the 3 of us with 2 separate full beds in 2 adjoining parlors: the Baldaquin Room on the 2nd level. When we arrived we paid cash in advance for a "split booking" where we would stay a number of days, depart to do a week of travel in France & Italy, and return to Brussels for one night before our early-morning flight back to the States. When the first part of our stay was complete, we removed all of our belongings from the room, were assured that our room would be awaiting us upon our return, said our goodbyes, and left for the airport. A week later, the afternoon before our return to Brussels I, by chance, happened to check my email and discovered a message from Jeanine stating that the Baldaquin room, which we had prepaid for, had been booked to another party for 4 nights! She went on to say that the only room that was available that would have an extra bed for our granddaughter was the "Attique" Room. My husband and I are both seniors and I have a heart condition. The Baldaquin Room was on the 2nd level, but the Attique was at the top of the house on the 5th level and up 7 flights of stairs. Our granddaughter's "bed" was a cot. Since we had returned late at night there was no time to find other accommodations, so we were stuck. Jeanine never offered us a refund, a discount, an explanation or an apology. We will never again stay at 70 Traversiere, nor can we ever recommend that anyone else stay there. It was a terrible way to end what would have been a perfectly lovely trip.
3,4 en enero 06, 2009
All in all, I enjoyed my stay at this b&b. I reckon the place has the absolutely craziest interior I have ever seen anywhere :) And this is, I think, can be both a good and a bad thing, depending on your sense of humor. Personally I enjoy all that kitchy stuff, so I found it just wonderful with all these crazy objects all over the place. The room alone was bigger than my own flat, and the private bathroom was huge, too, so at least you get enough space! The only thing to complain about was that you couldn't lock the door, which made me a bit susceptible about leaving my property there (nothing got stolen, though). The breakfast was very simple, a bit of a disappointment. But despite some bad sides, I would stay there again and recommend it to my friends!
3,4 en octubre 14, 2008
We were both a bit disappointed when we arrived as the street is quite dark and gloomy but our room was lovely and light, Jeanine is charming and very helpful, the bed comfortable (even for my husband who's 6ft4) and in fact the area is handy for transport and the Botanical Gardens (and the bar there) are lovely. I'd recommend this B&B to my friends
3,6 en octubre 11, 2008
I enjoyed my staying, because I had calm and confortable staying without distorbing and problems. The service was flexible and friendly.
3,8 en octubre 09, 2008
A strange b&b. stayed in attick room, lots of stairs. no room key but place to attach own padlock and a chain for the inside. shower water pressure was great. floor sloped a bit which was strange. but at this price 69EUR it was good. rather charming.
4,0 en septiembre 16, 2008
My partner and I enjoyed our stay here. Our room was huge! Our room, and the entire house for that matter, had a 'period' feel to it, like walking into a movie. Jeanine was very helpful as well. Would definately stay there again.
3,0 en agosto 16, 2008
We checked in before noon after an overnight flight; while our room was ready, the backyard was being excavated and jackhammered all day, which made it impossible to try to nap for a couple hours. The room itself was fine (large double bed and a fold-out sofa; private bath); however breakfast both days was exceptionally ordinary (juice, rolls and croissants, jam, coffee). We don't speak French, so Jeanine was very accommodating to call a taxi to get us to the train station on Sunday morning.
Situado bajo el techo (4 ª planta) que ocupará una sala de 25m ² donde los muebles vitage 1920 tendrá que luchar contra las antiguas vigas de cateterismo su ojo. Privado en cuarto de baño privado con inodoro en un estilo del siglo 19, en armonía con esta casa de carácter. Consulte las tarifas individuales / dobles exactos (en € uros) en nuestro sitio web y visite nuestra galería de fotos completa.
: EUR 60 - EUR 60
Ex 25m ² habitación orientada al sur en el segundo piso, su gran terraza con vistas a los jardines interiores, una capilla y una magnolia monumental. Va a usar el baño original (compartida) y baño (ducha), ubicado cerca de la 1 ª planta. Consulte las tarifas individuales / dobles exactos (en € uros) en nuestro sitio web y visite nuestra galería de fotos completa.
: EUR 60 - EUR 60
Brussels, Belgium (BRU-National) 10 miles
DESDE EL SUR (Mediodía) FERROCARRIL (Thalys / Eurostar): tomar el metro / metro hasta la estación "Madou", tome la salida "Astronomie", echa un plano de la ciudad en la superficie y caminar unos 3 minutos. DESDE EL NORTE RENFE: tomar el autobús 61 y salir en la parada de autobús "Limite", caminar 100 metros por la calle
Bed and Breakfast
Ordenador, Salas de Conferencia, Fax, Servicio de Internet, Biblioteca, TV por Satélite/Cable, Servicios de secretariado, TV, Juegos de videoconsola, Teléfono, VCR, Vídeos , Café o té de cortesía
Jeanine Ravoson Ravomandroso
Malagasy, Inglés, Francés
No literalmente como grabado en Robert Louis Stevenson tumba "Inicio del marinero, segunda línea de mar, y la casa del cazador, de nuevo hom de las colinas" - pero sin embargo dejar de fumar tanto una profesión y una afición a una mejor darle la bienvenida en nuestra casa y entre. .. unos antiguos teléfonos
Desayuno de Jeanine
Un croissant (o el equivalente belga "Couque au beurre"), una "pistolet" (pequeño pan redondo), exprimió el zumo de naranja, mantequilla y mermelada o Sirop de Liège (o especiales jam Pok-Pok de Madagascar cuando esté disponible!). Café, té o chocolate caliente. Todo servido con una sonrisa en porcelana fina, de acuerdo con el espíritu de la casa. Peticiones especiales? Pregunta Pierre ...