ALL DIGITAL Summit 2018 takes place in Hotel NH Brussels Bloom.
Address: Rue Royale – Koningsstraat, 250, 1210 Brussels – Belgium
+32 2 220 66 11
- 1.67 km The European Parliament’s Visitors’ Centre
- 1.24 km Brussels-Central Railway Station
- 1.57 km Grand Place (City centre)
- 3.92 km Atomium
NH Brussels Bloom is a unique art-themed hotel conveniently situated in the lively Botanique area of the city. Decorated with work by artists from all over the world, this creative, contemporary setting is a destination in itself. Just 15 minutes from Brussels Airport and Brussels North station, it’s also close to public transport, and a 15-minute walk from the historic city centre.
Each of the hotel’s 305 rooms is decorated with hand-painted frescos, created by 287 different artists.
Rooms have tea and coffee making facilities.
The hotel has its own waffle van in the OO! restaurant where you can enjoy an extensive breakfast buffet. But there is also a fully-equipped gym for working out after those extensive breakfasts 🙂
The hotel boasts a Green Key certificate for sustainability in the tourism industry.
How to get to Hotel Bloom:
Closest train station: Brussel Noord – Brussels North. 850 meters away from the hotel
Closest Metro station: Botanique. A single ticket for 1h is 2.10€.
Click here for a Brussels Metro map.
From Brussels airport:
Taxi: It’s a 30 minute trip and is around €40.
Public Transport: Take the train to Brussels North Station. It’s a 12 minute trip. A single ticket for the train is around €8.80 one way. From here it’s a 10 minute walk or 5 minute taxi ride to the hotel.
From Charleroi Airport:
The easiest way is to take the shuttle bus to Gare du Midi (Brussels-Midi)
Shuttle bus is operated by flibco.com. Departures every 20 to 30 minutes according to the timetable.
It costs from 5 EU, you can buy the ticket online in advance. Your ticket is valid for the selected day until 04:00 am the next day.
And then you can take Metro from Gare du Midi to Botanique: orange Line 2 and blue Line 6; both direction Simonis (Elisabeth) – not to confuse with the other Simonis.