Hotel Brussel Airport
Are you looking for a hotel close to Brussels Zaventem Airport? Then Van der Valk Hotel Brussel Airport is the best option for you! The hotel is only five minutes away from Zaventem Airport and we offer a shuttle service to and from the hotel. The city centre of Brussels is only a twenty-minute drive from the hotel. Brussels has a lot to offer for every age. Take a look at our tips for your stay at Hotel Brussel Airport and make your holiday unforgettable.
Famous sights in Brussels
Brussels houses a lot of famous sights that are known around the world. Visit the Grand Place, the central square of Brussels. The square, renowned for its aesthetic and historical wealth, is surrounded by the Town Hall, the Broodhuis and many guild houses.
A real icon of Brussels is the Atomium, a steel construction consisting of nine spheres, each with a diameter of 18 meters. The spheres together form the cubic spatially centred crystal structure of iron.
The capital of Belgium is of course known for its world famous 'Manneken Pis'. This statue of a peeing boy is located in the centre of Brussels. The famous statuette also has an equally famous wardrobe. It was and is decorated for special occasions. The entire wardrobe of about 700 pieces can be seen in the Stedelijk Museum Het Broodhuis on the Grote Markt.
Hire an e-bike and discover the area
Van der Valk Hotel Brussels Airport has e-bikes for rent. An e-bike is the perfect way to discover the beautiful bike trails in the vicinity of the hotel. Cycle through the heart of the city and discover the amazing architecture of Brussels. Make your way towards the many highlights that Brussels has to offer. Are you looking for a route filled with nature? Vast forests, stylish parks, castles and charming villages surround the Belgian capital in the so-called 'Groene Gordel'. Here you can cycle through the beautiful nature that Brussels has to offer.
In the vicinity of Hotel Brussel Airport are several museums that are worth paying a visit. The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium houses six museums with over 20.000 works of art. This jewel among Belgium's cultural institutions is comprised of several entities: the Musée Old Masters Museum, the Musée Modern Museum, the Musée Wiertz Museum and the Musée Meunier Museum, the Musée Magritte Museum and the new Musée Fin-de-Siècle Museum. The Museums’ collections trace the history of the visual arts – painting, sculpture and drawing – from the 15th to the 21st centuries. They preserve the works of the Flemish Primitives, of Pieter Bruegel, Peter Paul Rubens, Paul Gauguin and many others.