Halal Hotels Brussels
The exact number of Muslims in Belgium is unknown but various sources estimate that 4.0% to 7.6% of the country’s population adheres to Islam.
In Brussels specifically, the Muslim population is estimated at approximately 160 000 persons, representing 39% of all Muslims in the country and nearly 17% of the total population of Brussels.
By Crescent Rating, Belgium is 39th rated among most Muslim-friendly countries.
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Like other tourists, Muslim travelers coming from Islamic countries have particular requirements when they choose the destination for their vacation. Among these requirements, Muslims are concerned about the availability of halal compliant foods (no pork or alcohol in food) and a clean place to pray.
Many international hotels in Belgium do serve halal food that is slaughtered in accordance with the teachings of Islamic Sharia and is free of any substances forbidden by Islam such as pork and alcohol.
Other Islamic countries such as Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Oman and Brunei continue to be popular with Muslim tourists. Among non-OIC countries, Singapore, Thailand, the UK, Japan and Taiwan remain the top five respectively, but show improved scores on the index.
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The City of Brussels is the largest municipality and historical centre of the Brussels-Capital Region, and the capital of Belgium. Besides the strict centre, it also covers the immediate northern outskirts where it borders municipalities in Flanders
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1. Hotel Queen Mary 3* – Halal Hotels Brussels
The Hotel Queen Mary is situated in a historic building from 1859, entirely renovated in 2016.
It is situated in a peaceful neighbourhood in the center of Brussels, only a 10-minute walk from GrandPlace and Manneken Pis Statue.
All of the rooms at The Hotel Queen Mary have digital TV (10 channels), en-suite bathroom with toilet, shower and hairdryer.
Bourse Metro Station is just a 5-minute walk from The Hotel Queen Mary, and Brussels-Central Railway Station is 1.2 km away. Musee Bruxellois de la Gueuze is less than a 15-minute walk from the hotel. In less than 5 minutes walking distance, you will find the Place Saint-Géry with its many cosy bars, and Place Sainte-Catherine with its famous Belgian restaurants.
Set in a 19th-century building on a narrow street, this laid-back hotel is an 8-minute walk from Beurs metro station and 10 minutes by foot from the renowned Manneken Pis statue. It’s 11 minutes’ walk from the landmark Grand Place square.
Homey, simply furnished rooms provide free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and mini fridges, as well as tea and coffee making facilities. Some offer sitting areas and/or street views.
There’s a shared kitchen and a dining area. An airy entryway features pillars, vaulted ceilings and wood floors. Parking is available.
A no frills basic hotel, but a great central location.
A bit compact, but clean and comfortable. Helpful, friendly staff.
The bathroom was small, but a good shower.
Very good night’s sleep.
Superb value for money.
Location couldn’t be better. I walked everyday. The hotel is 15 minutes from Midi Station on foot. City Center is 7 minutes on foot. North station is 30 minutes on foot, and when you walk to the north station, you walk through the shopping street. The hotel is located in a quiet and safe road.
There is mini bar and heating is working very well. There is hot water even at 5 a.m. breakfast is very good for 8 euros.
If I go to Brussels again, I would definitely stay there again!
How much does a room costs at Hotel Queen Mary?
Prices start 72$/night for Budget Double Room.
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2. Radisson Collection Grand Place Brussels 5* – Halal Friendly Hotels Brussels
Newly-renovated and featuring a sleek, contemporary design, Radisson Collection Grand Place Brussels offers accommodation in the heart of Brussels. The property is only a 5-minute walk from Grand Place, the Rue Neuve shopping area and Brussels Central Station. Free unlimited WiFi is available throughout the hotel for all guests.
The spacious rooms feature lush bedding, soft fabrics and refined colour palettes, creating a sense of serenity and well-being. Abundant in-room amenities are included and rooms offer views over the hotel’s grand atrium, city streets or the quiet neighbouring courtyard.
Breakfast is available daily at the Radisson Collection Grand Place Brussels and features Continental, North European, American and Asian cuisine. The Stoke Grand Place offers all-day dining with a focus on grilled specialities.
A 4-minute walk from De Brouckere metro station and La Monnaie De Munt opera house, this upscale hotel with an art deco- facade is also 1.1 km from the Royal Palace of Brussels.
Contemporary rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms and suites have Nespresso coffeemakers and access to a club lounge serving complimentary breakfast, while suites add living areas.
There’s an acclaimed seafood restaurant and a relaxed atrium eatery nestled beneath a 12th-century wall. Other amenities include a gym, a sauna.
The Radisson Collection Grand Place Brussels is also home to 2 stylish restaurants: Shanghai Kitchen and Stoke Grand Place.
The hotel was elegant but hip. The cleanliness was exceptional. The room modern, comfortable. The bedding very nice.
The location was wonderful – just minutes from the Grand Place. I thought the value for money was extraordinary and I am a frequent traveler using 4 and 5 star hotels.
Nice (newly) decorated hotel with very friendly staff, cosy rooms, in the heart of Brussels. Good beds, pillow-menu, free bottles of water in the room. You can explore Brussels by foot from the hotel.
Park your car directly underneath the hotel, attractive parking-fee in the weekend. We enjoyed breakfast, didn’t use diner. We had a wonderful stay at this great place.
How much does a room costs at Radisson Collection Grand Place Brussels?
Prices start 164$/night for Collection Room.
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3. YOOMA Urban Lodge 4* – Muslim Friendly Hotels Brussels
Located 0.5 km from the Brussels Midi train station and 1.3 km from the Grand-Place, the YOOMA Urban Lodge is gradually moving away from its decoration based around art photography to offer private rooms for 2, 4 and 6 people in the universe of Franco-Belgian comics in partnership with Dargaud, Dupuis, Le Lombard and Les Schtroumpfs.
This property has room service, a wellness area including a hammam and sauna, a lounge with a 250 m² terrace, luggage storage, parking and free Wi-Fi in all its premises.
All rooms at this hotel are equipped with air conditioning, a large-screen HD TV and a private bathroom with a bathtub.
The vast majority of rooms are themed around a Franco-Belgian comic book hero, with a total of 30 different worlds represented. Some rooms are dedicated to photography.
A 3-minute walk from the nearest tram station, this ultra-chic, downtown hotel is a 15-minute walk from the 17th-century Manneken Pis fountain and 2 km from the Royal Palace of Brussels.
Featuring black and white decor, along with contemporary furniture, the hip, modern rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars; some add terraces. Upgraded rooms have sitting areas/rooms with sofas; suites add iPod docks. Room service is available.
A breakfast buffet (fee) is available. There’s a stylish restaurant, as well as a trendy lounge bar and a spa offering a sauna, a steam bath and massage therapy.
The Hotel, with its Rooms and De Luxe Suites decorated in Black and White with natural black stone floors, metallic curtains, joyful photographs laid in aluminum, terraces with a panoramic view is a mixture of esthetics, luxury and timeless design. Being a tourist or a businessman, it offers you a personalized welcome by trying to reinvent the art of the high class hotel service.
A unique experience to live, to be part of and to come back to, as though it was your home.
The bedrooms can be a bit of a shock though: the bathroom door is just smoked glass, so absolutely no privacy; a semi-opaque door would have looked just as good and at least given some privacy. The rest of the room was perfect, including a Nespresso coffee machine.
Breakfast had plenty to offer, similar to most hotel buffet breakfasts, but also included fresh honeycomb (great on the waffles)! The scrambled egg was a bit below-par on the second day though.
This hotel is very well located near to the Brussels-Midi railway station, and so was ideal for our two-night weekend visit.
The local area is a bit seedy, with not much else around, so a trip into the city centre is a must when looking for anything of interest. The walk into the city is a pleasant one mile, and we felt perfectly safe walking back late in the evening, despite being gawked at by customers in the men-only Muslim cafes.
How much does a room costs at YOOMA Urban Lodge?
Prices start 128$/night for Double Room.
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