WEIGHT: 53 kg
Sex services: Pole Dancing, Watersports (Giving), Humiliation (giving), Female Ejaculation, BDSM (receiving)
ALERT: whatever else you read about this hotel, please note it is in on the main street of the vefry busy and thriving red light district. The sex-workers in every other doorway, the pimps in BMWs, the johns in nondescript company cars and the madams overseeing the women Intimidating street arguments can break out at any time.
Cars slowing down to negotiate with the women at all times of the day and night. Once you get through the front door, the hotel is immaculately clean, modern, high tech design, visually striking. The receptionist is welcoming and polite. The rooms are great, well equipped, clean, modern, trendy.
But, we had serious second thoughts about getting the hell out and checking into the Marriott in the town centre because the street activity was very threatening and unpleasant. We were travelling with our two children, both aged under 5. We've been in far better and far worse hotels. Our room was quite big and cozy, although, It could have been cleaned a bit better. On the other hand, the hotel is cheap compared to others in Brussels and in a good location we've rarely used metro.
All in all, it's a very good value for money and we won't look for something else next time we'll be in Brussels. Few reviews complained about prostitutes. The situation on streets around the hotel looked pretty safe to us and prostitutes were an interesting picture to see. Positives first: really nice small boutique hotel, reasonably priced, nice sized rooms and very friendly helpful staff. Geographically well situated 10 mins walk from both city centre and Brussels north train station.
Now the negatives: the hotel appears to be in the middle of a thriving red light district - a brothel opposite complete with free customer parking and women touting on all street corners, at all hours. I wasn't hassled but as a woman traveling alone I probably would have chosen to stay elsewhere had I known.