The hotel provides modern rooms including luxury double room, deluxe double room and single room. The hotel has 37 rooms, all of them generously proportioned; open shelving and hanger rails make the rooms seem even more spacious, albeit a tad utilitarian. All the rooms vary, and each features its own unique image of Brussels, stretched on a long canvas, by a Belgian photographer. Every room has a desk, TV, safe, and hairdryer. Some rooms have tea and coffee-making facilities. A pillow menu is available. They are equipped with climate control, a private safe, television, a seating area and an iron with ironing board. And my favorite part, the white, metro-tiled bathrooms have bathtubs with shower attachment, but a few have showers only. For guest with disabbilities there’s one fully adapted room on the ground floor.
The buffet breakfast offers fruit juices, cheeses, charcuterie, various kinds of artisan bread, croissants and other patisserie, yoghurt, and cooked eggs. It is served in the bar area and can be taken onto the terrace in summer. The hotel bar, called the Zoom Beer House, serves some 50 Belgian beers, listed in a catalogue, and selected brands of chocolate. There are plenty of good restaurants in the area: Zoom staff can recommend their own tried-and-tested favourites.
The location of the hotel is well connected to many sights, it is close to Metro Louise subway station and Faider bus station. Zoom Hotel is 15 km away from Brussels airport.
Corporate travelers can use a business center, a meeting room and a photocopier available on site.
Cost: Double rooms from €55 in low season; and from €120 in high. Breakfast €15, or half-price for under-12s. Free Wi-Fi.
Rue de la Concorde 59, 1000 Brussels, Belgium.