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How to Find the Best Hotels in Brussels Rogier Square, Brussels

Finding your perfect hotel room in Brussels Rogier Square is a simple as can be when you choose to book via Hotels.com. Our team of travel experts have worked hard to create a comprehensive and varied list of places to stay in the Brussels Rogier Square neighborhood of Brussels. Here you will find plenty of great accommodation options, no matter what your budget, who you are traveling with, or what your plans for the trip are. We ensure that all of our hotels in Brussels Rogier Square, Brussels are accompanied by photos, giving you can get an accurate idea of what your hotel is like. We also include reviews on our website, which are written by other Hotels.com users who have stayed there themselves before you. Situated right at the center of Brussels, Brussels Rogier Square is a historic place to stay. So why not book yourself in to one of our great hotels in Brussels Rogier Square, Brussels today?

What's Brussels Rogier Square like?

Lined with grand old buildings and lit up beautifully at night, Brussels Rogier Square is a place for meetings, parades, live music, and much more. Lining the square you will find lots of wonderful cafes and restaurants, as well as street food vendors where you can enjoy Belgian delicacies such as waffles and hot frites or fries (traditionally served very hot in a paper cone with fries). Brussels Rogier Square is also a wonderful place to shop, and you will be able to plunder the unique boutiques here for everything from glamorous clothing to special souvenirs to take back home for family and friends.

How to get along with locals in Brussels Rogier Square

There are several official languages in Belgium: Dutch, French, and German. English is also widely spoken here (usually as a third language spoken after two of the official languages). Brussels is a very cosmopolitan city and it is common for the inhabitants to speak many languages fluently. So why not pick a language and master a few phrases in it? Knowing how to get around in Brussels is also a good idea. You can travel as locals travel and take the underground or "metro". Brussels Rogier Square has its own metro station, Metro Rogier, and tickets are inexpensive. At Hotels.com, we are experts in all that there is to know about traveling to Brussels, and you can make the most of our local knowledge by booking one of these hotels in Brussels Rogier Square, Brussels today and start getting ready for your trip!

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