Welcome to Hotel Saint Nicolas

Welcome to the dynamic and vibrant city of Brussels. It is culturally very rich, it has a good nightlife, interesting museums, the Square Conventions Center, and a world-famous central market square: The Grand Place (it’s French name) or the Grote Markt (it’s Dutch name: remember Brussels is Bilingual French-Dutch, which in practice means that all street names and signs there are written both in French and Dutch.) Monuments in the city include Manneken Pis, the Atomium and the Royal Palace.

Rooms

Welcome to  the dynamic and vibrant city of Brussels. It is culturally very rich, it has a good nightlife, interesting museums, the Square Conventions Center, and a world-famous central market square: The Grand Place (it’s French name) or the Grote Markt (it’s Dutch name: remember Brussels is Bilingual French-Dutch, which in practice means that all street names and signs there are written both in French and Dutch.)  Monuments in the city include Manneken Pis, the Atomium and the Royal Palace.

Breakfast

Starting your day at the Saint Nicolas, you can choose from an international breakfast buffet or indulge in the very best our chef creates to appeal to your senses.

Free Wifi

Service is our top priority. We are pleased to offer you the latest technology and the fastest fiber optic connection available, accessible with your Facebook account.

Grand Place

The St. Nicolas Hotel is in the Grand Place area, where the main tourist attractions are, perfectly combining sightseeing, museums, shopping, business, dining and bars.

  • 250m from Grand Place
  • 170m from The Bourse
  • 500m from the Manneken Pis
  • 600m from Central Station
  • 300m from Place St Catherine

Festivities

Brussels is full of life, but even more so in the summer! A city bursting with energy, moving to a summer beat. For a city with only a million inhabitants, Brussels has an active annual calendar of events. What’s more, due to its central location in Europe, it hosts visitors from all over Europe to these festivities.

Visit Brussels

While visitors can tour each of these institutions, another way to get the full experience is to head out to Place Luxembourg on a Thursday night, and become immersed in the hustle and bustle that is the European Quarter.