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Best Western Plus Park Hotel Brussels
Best Western Plus Park Hotel Brussels

Avenue De L'yser 21 (0.3 km from Triumphal Arch)

This Best Western Plus Park Hotel Brussels is housed in a mansion opposite the Cinquantenaire Park, a 2-minute walk from the Merode Metro Station and the European Institutions. The hotel offers free access to a sauna, a private garden and a terrace.

Very good 11 reviews
Hotel Derby
Hotel Derby

Avenue De Tervuren 24 (0.5 km from Triumphal Arch)

Hotel Derby is situated in front of the Cinquantenaire Park in Brussels a 5-minute walk from the Royal Museums of Art and History. The hotel has a 24-hour reception.

Pleasant 1035 reviews
Holiday Inn Brussels Schuman
Holiday Inn Brussels Schuman

Rue Breydel 20 (0.6 km from Triumphal Arch)

Holiday Inn Brussels Schuman is located at the heart of Brussels' European District 350 metres from Schuman Metro. Free WiFi is offered in the hotel.

Very good 1941 reviews
Urban Suites Brussels Schuman
Urban Suites Brussels Schuman

Rue Jean-andré De Mot 6 (0.7 km from Triumphal Arch)

Urban Suites Brussels Schuman in Brussels provides accommodation with free WiFi 2.1 km from European Parliament 3.1 km from Mont des Arts and 3.1 km from Avenue Louise. The property is 3.3 km from Coudenberg and 3.5 km from Egmont Palace.

Good 306 reviews
Hotel Satellite
Hotel Satellite

Rue Franklin 157 (0.7 km from Triumphal Arch)

Hotel Satellite is located in the European District in Brussels a 10-minute walk from Schuman Train Bus and Metro Station from where the city centre can be reached in 15 minutes. Free Wi-Fi access is available.

Very good 621 reviews
Aloft Brussels Schuman
Aloft Brussels Schuman

Place Jean Rey (0.9 km from Triumphal Arch)

Aloft Brussels offers modern chic guest rooms and free WiFi 550 metres from the European Parliament and 400 metres from Schuman Metro Station which provides a 15-minute connection to Brussels' historical centre.

Very good 2179 reviews
B-aparthotel Montgomery
B-aparthotel Montgomery

Avenue De Tervuren 149 (1.0 km from Triumphal Arch)

Revel in comfort and classic style at your own city apartment near the famous and impressive EU Quarter and next to the Montgomery Square. B-Aparthotel Montgomery offers free Wi-Fi access.

Pleasant 235 reviews
Eurostars Montgomery
Eurostars Montgomery

134 Av De Tervueren (1.1 km from Triumphal Arch)

The Eurostars Montgomery offers spacious rooms in a traditional Victorian setting in the European business district. There is free WiFi and room service.

Very good 1890 reviews

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About Hotels in Triumphal Arch!

Triumphal Arch Brussels is a monumental arch located in the heart of the Belgian capital. It is one of the most recognizable monuments in Europe, having stood for centuries as a symbol of power and strength. Constructed in 1832 by King Leopold I to commemorate Belgium’s independence, the Triumphal Arch stands at an impressive height of 31m (102 feet). The arch is composed of two main arches that are connected by a smaller central arch. Carved on each side of the arch are four stone statues depicting a variety of important figures from Belgium’s past and present. These statues represent figures such as King Leopold I himself, Count Flanders, and Jan Van der Meersch.

At the top of the Triumphal Arch Brussels stands a small ellipse-shaped lantern with four gilded figures that was added during an extensive renovation project carried out between 1838 and 1845. This richly decorated structure has been restored several times since its construction, most recently during a major facelift that began in 2003 and was completed in 2012. Throughout its history, this iconic monument has earned its place among Brussels’ most celebrated landmarks and continues to offer visitors an awe-inspiring view over the city skyline.