Short Term Rentals in Brussels

Short term accommodation in Brussels is characterised by the varied choice of apartments and private homes for rent in each district of the city. Even budget accommodation can be found near Brussels centre if you walk down some of the quieter side streets. The city is known for its pretty townhouses and park areas that provide ideal holiday accommodation for families. Both summer and winter are busy seasons here thanks to the popular Christmas market that takes place each December. Autumn however is one of the cheapest times of the year to visit, as it is outside the busy summer period but not quite into the festive season, making it a great time to come to Brussels if you’re on a limited budget.

  • Short Term Rentals for Families

    Brussels’ status as a European business hub means that families often need to move here temporarily, staying for one or two months at a time. In these cases, the suburbs of Brussels are the most affordable places to stay. The district of Uccle lies south of the city, with Jette to the north, and both of these areas offer short term lets in medium to large properties, many of which have sizeable gardens.

    For families visiting on holiday, a good choice of self catering accommodation is available in the historic centre, with easy access to the many art galleries, antique shops, museums and theatres. Spacious apartments can be found around this area, suiting families visiting for a short stay of a long weekend or just a few days.

    Children adore Brussels at Christmas as it comes alive with lights, festivities and charm. The famous Christmas Market is located in the centre of Brussels, at the Place St Catherine, so booking a short term let in this area would give easy access to all the fun.

  • Short Term Rentals on a Budget

    Budget accommodation can be found all over the city, even in the central district. Budget-conscious travellers may prefer to visit out of season to take advantage of lower nightly rates in the autumn and some months during the winter.

    For those staying longer than a couple of weeks, and particularly those visiting for two or three months, a self catering flat or apartment is the most economical accommodation choice. Many rental properties include wifi, and cooking and laundry facilities can also help visitors keep costs down.

  • Luxury Short Term Rentals

    If you are in Brussels for an extended stay of more than a month and would like a little luxury, the suburb of Auderghem is a good location, lying to the south-east of the city. This area boasts many parks and green spaces, with spacious houses lining the leafy streets. Uccle district to the south also has a village feel and plenty of green space, with short stay rental houses similar in style to those of Auderghem.

    The areas of St Josse, Schaerbeek and Evere in the north-east of Brussels contain a good choice of luxurious apartment blocks, offering spacious rooms and pleasant views as well as luxury facilities such as satellite television and even swimming pools.

  • Short Term Rentals for Business

    Brussels is an important centre for European and global business, and provides its business visitors with a wealth of short term rental options. The business district is in the Northern Quarter, but you don’t need to confine yourself to this area to find the best short term properties to let.


    The freedom afforded by self catering accommodation can be enjoyed anywhere in the city, as there is a vast choice of small studio or one bedroom apartments on offer throughout Brussels. With the excellent metro and public transport links here, you’ll never be far away from the sights should you have any time to spare when you’re in Brussels on business.

  • Alternative Short Term Rentals

    Brussels offers several interesting options in terms of alternative accommodation. Visitors can stay in the University rooms once students have vacated for the summer. They’re located a short distance on foot from the main sights, and provide clean, modern accommodation at affordable rates.

    Hostels are always a good idea if you’re visiting on a budget, and you won’t be disappointed with the variety Brussels has to offer. A good example is the Brussell Hello Hostel which has a terrace, on-site bar and free wi-fi, all at a reasonable price considering its proximity to the main attractions.

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