This hotel is ideally located along the canal area, near some very hip places in Brussels, such as the MIMA Museum with it’s lovely terrace on the canal. It is approximately 30 minutes walk from the centre if you are by wheelchair, and the itinerary is rather flat and easy to do. The building is impressive as it used to be a beer factory, and it was renovated very recently into a passive building, so it is accessible and environmentally friendly!
It is both a hotel and hostel, with the possibility to stay in a shared dormitory or have a private room. All the common areas of the hotel are flat or have ramps and they have some rooms that are accessible with bathrooms with grab bars and possibility of a wet room. There is also a guest kitchen, a bar and a play room all accessible.
As Brussels is rather hilly, this hostel is ideal if you want to hang out in the lower part of the city, full of lively bars and restaurants and shopping streets, all you have to do is cross the canal and in 10 minutes you are entering the central area of town.
We will be collecting more information from the hotel itself, but in the meantime you can see a lot of it in this promotional video.