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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Exhibition. ID#2018 - A Circular Journey: Now to 5 May 2019. ID (Innovative Display) is an original creation located at Atomium that immerses the visitor in a dreamy universe where a beautiful combination of light and sound displayed.
Brussels Pride: 18 May 2019, This annual event, celebrated around the world has its roots in the Stonewall riots in New York in June 1969, which grew out of a protest against police brutality to gays.
Ommegang: The 89th edition of this historic show will take place on 26 and 28 June at the Grand-Place, starting at 8:45 p.m. The parade and show are part of the folklore of Brussels, with 1,400 actors, folk and historic groups, horses, puppet theatre, giants, flags... It honours the coming of Charles the Fifth to Brussels in 1549.
Start Tour de France: 5 July 2019. Brussels will host the start of the Tour de France in 2019. For the second time, the capital will receive the start of the Tour, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first Tour victory of Eddy Merckx in 1969.
Tomorrowland Festival: 19-21 July & 26-28 July 2019. Tomorrowland is an electronic dance music festival held in Boom, Belgium. Tomorrowland was first held in 2005 and has since become one of the world's largest and most notable music festivals.
National Day: 21 July 2019. Belgian National Day celebrates the birth of the Belgian nation, Belgian culture and pride and Belgium's independence from the Netherlands.
Flowertime: 14-18 August 2019. Every other summer, in alternation with the Flower Carpet of the Grand-Place, the Town Hall of Brussels receives Flowertime. The enchanting building is transformed into an idyllic place for a stroll. The entry hall, the corridors, the offices, meeting and reception rooms are adorned with dozen of floral arrangements, each of them unique and surprising.
Belgian Beer Weekend: From 6-8 September, the Grand-Place in Brussels will serve as a unique backdrop for the Belgian Beer Weekend, which has been dedicated entirely to our national beverage. This will allow 60,000 beer lovers to partake of fine Belgian beers in one of the most beautiful squares in the world (UNESCO World Heritage).
Treasure Hunt: Escape The City The Secret of the Manneken Pis Until 15 November 2019. Check the city with your team, solve the enigmas and find the Manneken Pis before it's too late!
In and Around Town
Get ready for the biggest electronic music festival in the world from the 19 - 21 and 26 - 28 July 2019.
The Grand Place
Central square of Brussels, important tourist destination and memorable landmark in Brussels.
Comic Strip Walk
Brussels loves comic strips so much it has invited its heroes to take possession of its walls and gables.
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.
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.
From 13 to 16 August 2020 at the Grand-Place in Brussels. Every 2 years the Grand-Place in Brussels is covered with a flower carpet of begonias.