Rue Bara 101, 1070 Brussels, Belgium
Phone: +32 2 5884067 email@example.com
Winding, ancient alleyways. Freshly baked waffles. Arguably Europe´s most beautiful city square, the Grand Place. Allow your senses to be filled with all that Brussels has to offer. There are many sights to behold and delicacies to taste including Belgian chocolate and fries. From the Grand Place and the Atomium to the small fountain figure Manneken Pis and of course the European Quarter, the Belgian capital has a lot to offer. The Old Town's beautiful museums, galleries, parks and shopping streets such as Rue Neuve can all be comfortably explored by foot. But if you ever need to use public transport, the MEININGER Hotel Bruxelles Gare du Midi is just a five-minute walk from Belgium's largest train station, the Gare du Midi.
Daily from 6.30 to 10.30 a.m.
includes a filled bread roll/sandwich, muesli/chocolate bar, fruit and one drink.
Until 02.00 pm (private rooms only)
Subject to availability, cannot be reserved in advance
per day/pet (private rooms only)
throughout the hotel
You can rely on our hotel service: a substantial breakfast will make sure your day gets off to a great start, and our packed lunches are a great snack for when you're on the go. Late check out by 2 p.m. gives you more time for a leisurely breakfast, to pack your suitcase or simply catch your breath before your journey continues. At MEININGER Hotel Bruxelles Gare du Midi free Wi-Fi is available throughout the entire hotel.
Arrival & departure
Local tax: (not included in the price)
Private rooms: € 4.00 per room per night (0,75 € per guest per night in a shared dormitory).
The multiple bedroom with up to 6 beds is a private room. Depending on the number of guests there are single and bunk beds in the room. Lockers are available in multibed rooms with more than 4 beds. Padlocks are available at reception (subject to small fee) or guests can use their own.
For our group travellers the multi bedded rooms are equipped with up to 8 beds and private bathroom. For more information on the rooms, please contact our experts in group sales.
The family room has no more than 4 beds in it. Depending on the number of persons, this includes single and bunk beds. A cot can be added on request.
What is a dormitory?
You book a bed in the small mixed dormitory, which has no more than 4 beds. The dormitory is up to 8 beds. You share the room with other guests. From 18 years!
You book a room in the women's dormitory, which has no more than 4 beds. You share the room with other female guests. Women from 18 years!
Lockers are available in dormitories. Padlocks are available at reception (subject to small fee) or guests can use their own.
Please note: for bookings of several beds in dorms, we do not guarantee accommodation in the same room.
Good location and clean hotel, reception in bruxelle can be more friendlly then what they was , in other meningers staff was more helpful and kind :)
It's great how you can get to know people from all around while you enjoy your stay in a charming hostel.
It’s the perfect hostel
Great little hotel near the station Gare du Midi. Clean and fresh - good facilities and friendly staff. reasonable bar prices.
The beds were very comfortable and the toilet as well. Everything was very clean and the staff was kind. I would recommend d very much this hostel!
Good accommodation near metro station
It was fantastic! Helpful staff, amazing cleanliness, comfy sheets and pillow. The shower was amazing. I felt like I was in a hotel even with the shared room. Thank you so much!
Rather enjoyed my stay. Met a few fun people and used the open kitchen to make a meal. Breakfast was very good but a little over priced compared to other places.
At the MEININGER Hotel Bruxelles Gare du Midi, you'll go on a journey of discovery across an illusionary world. The interior design is inspired by Belgian painter and surrealist René Magritte. The artist, who blurs the lines between fantasy and reality in his paintings, lived in the Belgian capital until his death, where his works are omnipresent, even to this day.
Modern, relaxed and flexible: backpackers, families, business travelers and tour groups will find the perfect accommodation with made-to-measure comfort at the MEININGER Hotel Bruxelles Gare du Midi.
All room types offer modern furnishings and free Wi-Fi - from shared dorms to private single, double and multi-bed rooms.
Our dorms with 4 to 6 beds including lockers offer backpackers good-value accommodation in the Belgian capital. Independence and flexibility are guaranteed thanks to washing machines, dryers and a guest kitchen where you can cook to your heart's content.
The MEININGER Hotel Bruxelles Gare du Midi is an attractive base for business travellers in Brussels thanks to ideal connections with international long-distance transport and short journey to the city center and European Quarter. Free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour reception guarantee a pleasant stay.
The MEININGER Hotel Bruxelles Gare du Midi's large multi-bed rooms provide comfort for families. The hotel's Game Zone provides a change of scenery after a busy day in the city. Equipped with a microwave, oven and fridge, the 24-hour guest kitchen allows maximum flexibility when it comes to meals.
Multi-bed rooms also make the MEININGER Hotel Bruxelles Gare du Midi the perfect accommodation for school groups. Students can spend time together in the communal spaces and Game Zone. Flexible catering options with packed lunches, lunch and evening meals round off the offer for groups of 12 or more.
MEININGER Hotel Bruxelles Gare du Midi is located in Bara, Anderlecht, just behind the South Station, offering fabulous public transport connections to the city center. Gare Du Midi train station is just 5 minutes´from the hotel and from here you can get trains to not only great destinations in the city, but to all over Belgium and to other countries (the Eurostar stops here). Brussels Central Station is just 3 minutes on the train from Gare Du Midi. Also, Zuidstation underground is very close to the hotel and is great for connecting to all over Brussels via the subway.
If you are looking for a breath of fresh air and some green space to have a picnic, then there are some great options in the local vicinity. Plaine de Jeux Pierre Paulus is just 1.8km from the hotel whilst the larger Parc de Forest is just a little further south. Also worth discovering nearby this hotel is Halle Gate- a medieval fortified city gate dating back to the 14th century.
The local area around MEININGER Hotel Bruxelles Gare du Midi offer a variety of restaurants and cafés serving delicious multi-national food. However, being in Brussels means you must try some of the mouth-watering Belgian cuisine that is raved about by all the travelers who visit. In particular, there are some chocolate houses and stores nearby that serve up truffles and sweets akin to little pieces of heaven! In addition, be sure to get some "French Fries" when you are in Brussels. Many people do not know that they were actually invented in Belgium and you must always go to the source to get the best of the best!
There are countless beautiful landmarks and cultural wonders to discover when you take a trip to Brussels. Towards the top of the list must be the Centre for Fine Arts or "BOZAR", which is an 11 minute journey via public transport. The multitude of spectacular displays on offer here including exhibitions, theatre performances, concerts, movies and dance make it attractive to all types of tourists.
Brussels is home to some truly stunning museums and the hotel is very well connected to all of the major ones. The Magritte Museum is a particular delight to visit- it is a shrine to the artist René Magritte, who was one of the great surrealists of his generation. Located in the neighborhood of Zavel, closer to the city center, and just a 15 minute journey from the hotel, it is a great option for anyone visiting the city. The museum itself is one of six museums that make up the "The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium". These institutions house a collection of 20,000 works of art that represent the great works of painting, sculpture and drawing in Belgium from the 15th century to the 21st century.