Official hotels and rates

GS1 has appointed three hotels that offer competitive rates to all attendees during the week of the Global Forum. A limited number of rooms are reserved. Book early to secure your room.


Hilton Brussels Grand Place 


Hilton Hotel Lobby



  • King Guest Room - single occupancy: 199 €  - SOLD OUT
  • King Guest Room - double occupancy: 219 € - SOLD OUT
  • King Deluxe Rooms - single occupancy: 224 € - SOLD OUT
  • King Deluxe Rooms - double occupancy: 244 €  - SOLD OUT
  • King Executive Rooms - single occupancy: 249 € - SOLD OUT
  • King Executive Rooms - double occupancy: 269 € - SOLD OUT
Special rate for the weekend:
  • King Guest Room - single occupancy: 169 €
  • King Guest Room - double occupancy: 189 €
City tax will be added 4.24 € per room night
GS1 corporate rates are including breakfast and free WIFI.
Carrefour de L'Europe 3
1000, Brussels, Belgium
T +32 (0)2 54 84 211

If you would like assistance with your booking, contact Anne Monnom at, Ph. +32 477 78 34 78. Please do not contact the hotel directly. 


Warwick Brussels (formerly named Royal Windsor)


Warwick Brussels (formerly named Royal Windsor)


  • Classic Room Single: 179 €
  • Classic Room Double: 199 €
Special rate for the weekend:
  • Classic Room Single: 159 €
  • Classic Room Double: 179 €
City tax will be added 4.24  per room night.
GS1 corporate rates are including breakfast and free WIFI.

Duquesnoystreet 5
1000 Brussels Belgium
T +32 (0) 2 505 57 37

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Ibis Brussels Off Grand Place

Royal Windsor Hotel



Special rate for Moonday, Thursday, Friday

  • Room Single: 119 €
  • Room Double: 134 €
Special rate for the Tuesday, Wednesday
  • Room Single: 135 €
  • Room Double: 150 €

Special rate for the weekend

  • Room Single: 89€
  • Room Double: 104€
City tax will be added 4.24  per room night. 
GS1 corporate rates are including breakfast and free WIFI.

Rue Marché aux Herbes 100- Graskmarkt
1000 Brussels, Belgium
T +32 (0) 2 514 40 40

If you would like assistance with your booking, contact Anne Monnom at, Ph. +32 477 78 34 78. Please do not contact the hotel directly. 




Other hotels nearby:


NH Grand Sablon

Rue Bodenbroek 2/4, 1000, Brussels

T: +32 (0)2 518 1100

Book at NH Hotel Group

Scandic Hotel Grand Place

Rue d'Arenberg 18, 1000, Brussels

T: +32 (0) 2 548 18 11

Book at Scandic Hotel

Novotel Grand Place

Rue Marché aux Herbes 120- Grasmarkt 120, 1000, Brussels

T: +32 (0)2 620 04 29

Book at Accor Hotels


Travel information

Security Procedures

We're putting safety first with security procedures. Please help us by:

• Providing your photo ID at the registration desk to receive your badge.  

• Wear your badge at all times during the Global Forum. 

Checking in at Registration:

Registration location: The Square (glass entrance) rue Mont des Arts, 1000 Brussels
Registration hours: Sun 16:00 - 18:30 / Mon to Thu: 07:30-18:00 / Friday: 08:30 - 12:00

Getting to the Venue

All Global Forum activities except the Networking Dinner are located in the main venue::

Glass Entrance
Rue Mont des Arts – Kunstberg
B-1000 Brussels,  Belgium

The SQUARE MEETING CENTER is located in the heart of Brussels, less than 500 m from the Historic City Center and the Grand Place. The Central train station is only 200 m from the SQUARE and it takes less than 30 minutes (by taxi) from Brussels Airport.

Walking from our recommended hotels: Get the Walking Map 

By rail: SQUARE is just across the Brussels Central railway station. 

By national trains: Get off at Bruxelles-Central / Brussel-Central and follow the exit signs to ‘Mont des Arts – SQUARE’. 
International trains (Eurostar, Thalys) arrive into Bruxelles-Midi / Brussel-Zuid. From there, it’s a simple two-minute train journey to Brussels Central station. Just take any train heading north (free of charge: your ticket to Brussels includes commuting from and to any train station in Brussels), get off at the first stop (Bruxelles-Central / Brussel-Central) and follow exit signs to ‘Mont des Arts – SQUARE’.

By air: After landing at Brussels International Airport (Zaventem), make your way from the main arrival hall of the airport to the train station on level -1. Take a direct train to the city centre. After 17 minutes, get off at the Brussels Central station, and follow the exit signs to ‘Mont des Arts / Kunstberg – SQUARE’.    

By car: There are 660 parking spaces right underneath SQUARE at the fee-paying car park named Parking Albertine / Albertina - SQUARE, level -2 (maximum height: 195 cm). You can get in via Place de la Justice – Gerechtsplein, 16 at 1000 Brussels, and then walk straight into the building. Please do not use the other entrance at rue des sols / stuiversstraat which is the loading and unloading street during build-up and dismantling periods.

Dress code

Business attire is recommended for all sessions. The Wednesday networking dinner is casual attire.

Brussels International Airport

The airport is located 13 km (8 miles) North East of the city center. The Brussels Airport information desk is situated in a central position in the departure hall. Airport staff will gladly assist you with your travel questions. Opening hours are Monday - Sunday,  6:00 am to 9:00 pm.

More info at 


On average you should expect to pay between 40 euro and 50 euro for a journey from the airport to the city centre. Fares are displayed on the meter and include the service. Tips are left at your discretion. You can always order a taxi by phone at no extra charge:

  • Taxi Vert:
+ 32 2 349 49 49
  • Taxi Bleu
+ 32 2 268 00 00
  • Autolux
+ 32 2 411 41 42

More info at

What to do, see, discover and visit in Brussels:

Brussels is a city of contrasts with enormous diversity when it comes to places of interest and things to do. Most tourist attractions and museums are open on Sundays and closed on Mondays. There is a small entrance fee for most museums. Special entrance packages are available.


Belgium is a melting pot of cultures and this is clearly represented in the variety of cuisines available. There are more than 2000 restaurants in Brussels alone, so it would be difficult to name them all. But suffice it to say that whether you’re in the mood for traditional Belgian cuisine or international fare, it has got it covered.


Tips are normally included in the service fee. There are no strict rules for tipping in restaurants, bars, sightseeing tours. Most of the time, Belgian people will round up the amount that they have to pay. E.g. If you have to pay 18,50 € (euro), pay 20 €.


  • Average temperatures in February: 3°-12°C (37-54°F)