Of the three hostels where I have stayed in Brussels, parts of this one were the best and other parts were the worst. As for the best parts, the lobby was beautiful, with a bar, candlelit tables, soft music, and hotel guests from around the world. The staff was quite friendly and helpful, especially when my electronic key did not open my door.
On the downside, though, my room was very small and simple. For $25 for a single, not much more can be expected, but the real drawback is that the paper-thin walls allow you to hear all the other guests coming and going through the night. As with any hostel, you pay for what you get, but if you really need a good night's sleep, you might want to look else...Read More