Things To Do
Hilton Brussels Grand Place provides the ultimate in convenience, within easy walking distance of the best tourist attractions in the historic city centre.
Window shop at designer stores and high-end boutiques on the Avenue Louise, hunt for bargains around Rue Neuve or browse the luxury stores at the glass-roofed Galeries St. Hubert – the first shopping arcade in Europe. Enjoy a fun afternoon at Mini-Europe or the Comic Strip Museum, before savoring a coffee and a gourmet treat in a café at the ornate and iconic Grand Place.
Discover the fascinating history of Belgium at BELvue museum, which is situated right next to the Royal Palace or visit the futuristic Atomium, just outside of the city centre.
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Events For Museum & Art Lovers
Belgian Beer Weekend, from 7 to 9 September 2018. During this weekend you will be able to try numerous beers from small, mid-sized and large Belgian Breweries.
Brussels museum late night opening, From 13 September to 6 December.
As many as 5 museums will offer late night guided tours and workshop each Thursday. It have become a classical in the cultural autumn of the Belgian capital. The event will celebrate its 18th anniversary in 2018.
Magritte, Atomium Meets Surrealism - 21 September 2017 - 10 September 2018. To Honor the 50th Anniversary of the death of René Magritte, the icon of Belgian surrealism the Atomium invites you to this unique exhibition.
The Smurf Experience, from 3 October 2018 to 27 January 2019
Offers an unprecedented chance to plunge into the magical world of these little blue elves. An exploration with spectacular special effects and displays for a unique experience to share with the family.
In and Around Town
The Grand Place
Central square of Brussels, important tourist destination and memorable landmark in Brussels.
A miniature park representing 80 cities and 350 buildings.
Displays works of the surrealist artist for which it is named. 8 min from hotel, closed on Mondays.
Window shop in the unique shopping galleries of Brussels.
A famous landmark in Brussels, depicting a naked little boy urinating into a fountain's basin.
The most popular touristic attraction and a symbol of Europe’s capital.
Get ready for the biggest electronic music festival in the world from the 20-22 and 27-29 July 2018.
Comic Strip Center
The Belgian Comic Strip Center chronicles the history of Belgian comics. 9 min from the hotel.
Royal Museum of Fine Arts
The Museum's collections trace the history of the visual arts – painting, sculpture and drawing.
The official palace of the King and Queen of the Belgians situated in front of Brussels Park.
The Chocolate Museum
Dive into the world of chocolate, see how cocoa is made into chocolate and taste it!
Comic Strip Walk
Brussels loves comic strips so much it has invited its heroes to take possession of its walls and gables.