If you see “free breakfast” in the list of amenities, stay away! This property is vastly overrated (by Expedia and its affiliates), no better than a Motel 6 except with musty rooms. Realistically, one star or maximum two. Hotwire no bargain either — final price with fees equal or higher than walk-up rate. No airport shuttle either (property is a few blocks from Jamaica Station). Very disappointed.
Other listed amenities: free parking, free internet, bed choice.
Free Internet (in Room)
$204 all in: a decent deal, but no significant savings. Was hoping for Hilton or Sheraton. Tried bidding up to $145, but kept getting counteroffers of $174.
$149.97 after taxes and junk fees. Bid $99 on PL, got a counter for $127. Went to PLEx w/o rebidding.
Free InternetFree ParkingFree BreakfastAirport Shuttle
Business CenterFitness CenterNon Smoking
Free InternetFree parking
Business centerFitness centerPool(s)Restaurant(s)Smoke-free roomsSpa services
Excellent property and price for long airport layover. Former Moevenpick, though I read a bit tired. Final price $64.94
Final cost $76. (Hotwire showed what I believe is the same property for $66 base). I've stayed before when it was the Moevenpick. Very convenient to airport for long layover. I read that it could stand renovation, but very satisfaction property and price for my purpose.
€60 after fees (does not include $8 city tax collected at hotel).
Excellent price for a very good property for non-weekend stay. Was not posted as available until almost midnight prior to check-in. Already on hotel list, usual amenities. Giveaway to identity is the "90% recommend" (most 4 star hotels in central Brussels on HW and PL are older properties with spottier results)
w/ the fees, final price was w/in $10 of booking directly. However, as a result of prior poor experience w/ Hot.wire I had $50 credit (Hotdollars) to burn.
Accessible for visually impaired
Accessible for hearing impaired
Accessible path of travel
Disputed the charge with credit card (Fidelity Amex, administered by Citicard), who would do NOTHING for me, citing that I had checked in rather than walk away. I then filed a complaint w/ BBB of San Francisco. Hotwire immediately offered me a $25 credit for misrating + another $25 credit for condition of property. They also advised that they had re-rated property from 3.5 stars to 2 stars. I accepted the offer.
This property is rated 2 stars by Expe.dia and can be booked directly for $20 cheaper than the Hot.wire rate. It might be 2 stars, were it not in deplorable condition. It has a 2.4 (out of 5) customer rating, and that is as a 2 star. The hotel rates itself as 2 stars. Based on this misclassification, I asked Hotwire for a refund. They refused, claiming that they start with the Expedia rating and adjust based on customer feedback. So much for Hotwire customer service. This is outright fraud. I am now disputing the charge on my credit card.