A French speaking association with a long standing experience and fun activities, Décalage offers a great program of wheelchair accessible guided tours in Belgium and abroad and wheelchair dancing too! Check out their program to see if there is anything for you and meet some very cool locals.
Located in the hip area of the canal, the Meininger Hotel City Centre is entirely wheelchair accessible, has accessible rooms with roll in shower and is a very good choice for a weekend in Brussels. It is both hostel and hotel.
The best option to rent a wheelchair, scooter, medical bed, shower chair or hoist in Brussels or in the South of the country (Walloon region) is the Red Cross. The website is in French but the staff is multilingual so you will find it easy and fast to reserve what you need for your stay […]
Need a wheelchair accessible taxi? Try Victor Cab, a new taxi service via a mobile app that has a special section PMR (French for "Person with Reduced Mobility"). Check the website and download the app. There is a wait during rush hours which in Brussels can be very long.
If you are travelling in a group, it is worth to check out the guide "Accessible group accommodations in Flanders and Brussels" by Visit Brussels. All new guide (2018) prepared with care and lots of useful information for you and your tribe!
If you can follow a guided tour in French, then maybe you can do a cool group visit, just like a local, and make some Bruxellois friends. The ABP (Belgian Association of the Paralyzed) organizes once a month a visit to a museum with a guided tour. If you want, they also offer transport!