Temporary Accommodation Guide
It is relatively easy to find a serviced apartment in the city as several companies do specialize in providing serviced apartments in the name of temporary accommodation. The costs vary depending on the location with the more expensive units being close to the European sector. Most of the apartment providers are willing to negotiate prices should a long stay be required and it is advisable to call them and try to work out an agreement. When booking, usually 10% is taken upfront and the rest paid upon arrival at the property. Internet is usually available, although an extra fee may be charged. Below are a few options for serviced apartments.
Immobe Aparthotels – Provides a wide range of apartments with prices beginning at 78€/night at 4 convenient locations in the city. They offer studios all the way to 3 bedroom apartments and houses with internet connections available. A four night minimum stay is required. Accommodations can be found on the internet site http://www.immobe.be/index.asp though bookings must be done by telephone +32(0)26260776.
Moveandstay.com – Through this agency you are able to book online and they have apartments listed from around the city. Some of their apartments do not require more than a one night stay. Their website http://www.moveandstay.com/brussels/servicedapartments.asp provides maps showing the location of apartments listed and the utilities included on the listing. For more information you can contact them by phone +44 20 3286 1188
Apartments 2 Book – This agency provides apartments around the city and there is no minimum stay required. Their prices can begin as low as 39€/night if a long-term booking is made. Their website http://www.apartments2book.com/brussels.htm provides map locations of the apartments and the utilities available at each of their locations. Bookings and enquiries may be made online http://www.apartments2book.com/brussreq.htm
Home in Brussels – Provides a wide range of apartments around the city. They manage over 500 units and offer good pricing in some of the most exclusive areas in the city. The website http://www.homeinbrussels.be/ is easy to use and provides an interactive map showing the locations. They do require a one week minimum stay and bookings can be made online.
Brussels Business Flats – Offering apartments in three of the more popular and affluent areas in the city, close to the European district and also metro stations. Apartments do come with internet and range from studios to 3 bedrooms. Again, pricing for longer stays can be negotiated. Booking is not as simple as just paying on the website, however, as a series of back and forth emails requesting prices, available dates and other information are required. A phone call is often more efficient. More information can be found at http://www.bbf.be/