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Antoine 2 é um apartamento de 125m² no 4º andar de um edifício histórico, que tem um elevador em serviço. Pode acomodar seis pessoas confortavelmente e é composto por três quartos (com dois conjuntos de camas de solteiro e uma de casal), banheiro moderno), espaçosa sala de estar e uma cozinha totalmente equipada e moderna.
NOTA IMPORTANTE: Entrada do escritório: Rue Grétry 23, aberto de segunda a sexta-feira: 10-22, 10-18 sábado, domingo e feriados nacionais fechados.
Para chegadas fora deste horário, ou em feriados nacionais, por favor ligue-nos com antecedência para agendar uma reunião. imposto municipal de EUR 4,59 / dia / apartamento será coletada de você no momento do check-in separado, e vamos transferi-lo para a jurisdição da cidade.
Taxa de check-in tardio de 30 € é cobrado para chegadas após as 22 horas
Reservamos el apartamento Antoine7 y en la oficina de ApartmentsApart nos dieron las llaves de Antoine2, que está en el mismo edificio. Ni en ese momento, ni antes, se nos advirtió de que el apartamento que nos daban era distinto (y peor, a juzgar por las fotos) del que habíamos reservado. Nos dimos cuenta de esta mala gestión de nuestra reserva cuando intentamos abrir la puerta del apartamento reservado, sin éxito.
Las fotos del apartamento Antoine2 no coinciden con su estado real, que es peor de lo que aparenta en la web. Algunas fotos ni siquiera son de este apartamento (habitación con la cama doble) y el mobiliario del salón-comedor es totalmente diferente y de peor calidad del real.
El calentador de agua no funcionaba correctamente. La temperatura del agua oscilaba entre fría y caliente a intervalos de unos 20 segundos.
We are a family of five. Finding a place with a reasonable price to accommodate a family of five in a city like Brussels can be challenging! We were very pleased to find this charming flat in the heart of Brussels not far from the Grand Place. There was plenty of room for our family, really spent very little time in as we were sightseeing from dawn till dusk! Place Ste. Catherine was a lovely place to relax. We stumbled upon this area on our way from our apartment to Grand Place. Easy to get to on the subway and some nice fountains with the church in the background. Nice place to stroll around.
My friends/colleagues and I took this apartment for the duration of a week-long conference in Brussels. From the moment we walked in, it was clear that we could not have made a better choice accommodation-wise! Very spacious; good balance between getting your individual space and being able to interact as a group. Ambient and well equipped kitchen (everything you could possibly need including a dishwasher) excellent for cooking together and making group meals. Sometimes we preferred to eat out at the Fin de Lessie restaurant. This place is famous for having no menu except the one in the chalkboard, and that every chair in the hall is different. Friendly staff, lively relaxed environment. The food is well made and savory, very good value for money. Totally recommended in central Brussels.
We had a fantastic time at Antoine 2 apartment for the 3 days we spent there. Everything was in great condition and nicely arranged. The living area was spacious and comfortable sofas. The kitchen was fully equipped with everything to prepare a simple meal. The staff served us well as they were very kind and attentive the entire time. We would love to stay here again if we visit Brussels again.
We had an amazing time here! The property is beautifully kept, and spotlessly clean. We were made to feel extremely welcome, from the moment we entered through the door. Very central – we were a short distance away from key sights. All in all just a great stay! Highly recommended!
Unassuming from the outside – Antoine 2 in Brussels – is roomy, bright, clean and tastefully decorated inside; it has all the mod cons required for a very comfortable ‘home from home’ stay. We all loved it and would recommend and book the house again ourselves. We visited the EverReady ‘t Underclasses monuments. Everyone wants a pic touching her arm (it’s supposed to be good luck) so it’s best to visit in the morning. Otherwise you’ll end up standing with a big crowd while everyone tries to dart in and pose for their pic one by one. It’s bait strange, but…when in Rome!