Hotel Georges V
Lonely Planet review
Tucked away on a quiet, inconspicuous street on the edge of the St Géry quarter, all 17 rooms at this 1859-built hotel are bathed in sunshine streaming through big picture windows. Run by a warm, friendly family, everything about this place is homey and cosy.
The checked tablecloth breakfast room has china plates on picture rails, watercoloured pen-and-ink drawings on the walls and stained-glass leadlight windows in the reception area. Room sizes vary: some doubles are teensy, and bathrooms in the single rooms are so itty-bitty that you have to clamber over the toilet to reach the single-size sit-down bathtub with hand-held shower (fortunately the wash basin is in the main part of the room). The decor's updated, fresh and clean, if not stylish (a few of the bathrooms boast iridescent mosaic tiles), but all rooms, especially those tucked under the eaves on the top floor with slanted ceilings, have every charm and comfort you could want, at a veritable steal for this popular part of town.
Services & facilities
- Tours/ticket assistance
- 24-hour front desk
- Coffee shop or café
Location. Hotel Georges V is located in Brussels's Brussels City Centre - Grand Place neighborhood, close to Halles de Saint-Gery, Manneken Pis Statue, and La Grande Place. Nearby points of interest also include Cathedral of St. Michael and Notre Dame du Sablon.
Hotel Features. Hotel Georges V features a coffee shop/café. Other property amenities at this Victorian property include tour/ticket assistance.
Guestrooms. All guestrooms at Hotel Georges V feature minibars and safes. Accommodations offer city views. Bathrooms feature hair dryers. Wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge. Guestrooms offer direct-dial phones. Satellite television is provided.