8 golden rules
Respect the hygiene rules
Limit your close contacts
Wear a mounth mask
Everything is open except from dancings.
What travel-related measures are in place when traveling/returning to Belgium from abroad?
You must complete the Passenger Locator Form (PLF) within 48 hours before arriving in Belgium, even if you’re vaccinated. The PLF must be completed:
by all people travelling to Belgium, except:
if they are staying for less than 48 hours in Belgium,
if they are returning to Belgium after a stay abroad of less than 48 hours;
Are you traveling to Belgium by plane or boat? Then you must always fill in the PLF, even if you are staying in Belgium for less than 48 hours or were abroad for less than 48 hours.
Are you travelling by train or bus from a country outside the EU or Schengen area? Then you must always fill in the PLF, even if you are staying in Belgium for less than 48 hours or were abroad for less than 48 hours.
If you have stayed in a very high-risk country for the past 14 days, you need to fill in the PLF at all times, regardless of the length of your stay.
Check which COVID certificate you have at www.covidsafe.be. In principle, you have applied for this before you left. There are three types of certificates:
A vaccination certificate proves that you have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. You are fully vaccinated 2 weeks after your last vaccination dose. From 1 September, vaccination certificates from non-EU countries will also be accepted in Belgium under certain conditions, pending their equivalence agreement with the EU.
A recovery certificate shows that you have recovered from COVID-19. You have a positive PCR test result no older than 180 days and you no longer need to isolate.
A test certificate is proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test result. This test should be less than 72 hours old.
We take the government measures as a guideline, here is a small reminder:
Maintain the physical distance of 1,5m.
Wash your hands regularly.
It is recommended to wear a mouth mask.
If you are ill, you should stay at home.
Coughing and sneezing
Cough or sneeze in the elbow or handkerchief.
BE-HOUSING takes the following measures to ensure that your stay runs smoothly and safe:
You can check-in (social distance proof) after completing the online check-in.
Our reception remains closed to avoid physical contact. Of course, our residence managers will still be available to you by telephone.
Before arrival, an express check-in mail will be send to you, containing the access codes to the building and the keybox. In the keybox you will find an envelope with your name.
It's necessary to complete all payments online on our website. We have several payment methods like credit card, maestro or iDeal. We do not accept cash.
We provide masks for our staff and we advise guests to provide masks themselves as well.
The common areas will be additionally disinfected.
Disinfection gel is provided in our offices.
Breakfast is possible for the following residences:
Mechelen: Breakfast package in the room
Bruges & Blankenberge: Breakfast buffet
Brussels South: Breakfast in the room
Brussels expo en Leuven: No breakfast possible yet
Try to book your stay in time to secure your reservation.
Some rules regarding the cleaning and repairs in your room:
Please leave the room when your flat is being cleaned.
Our technical team is not permanently present in the residences. For urgent technical defects, you can always contact the residence manager who will look for a solution. The residence manager’s telephone number is always posted in the lobby next to the reception. For less urgent matters, you can contact sales.
Most accommodations are equipped with their own kitchen/kitchenette, which makes social distancing a little easier.
In our courtyard you can enjoy the fresh outside air.
All our residences are under the permanent supervision of a residence manager. He or she is available day and night for any emergency.
You can quickly and easily make changes to your booking through our online portal.