What are you looking for when you think about Bruges accommodations? There are lots of places to stay in Bruges, so you're sure to find something that suits you. Many of the best spots incorporate the city's incredible historical architecture. From the luxurious Bruges hotels - some of which really seem like palaces and are found in the medieval heart of the city - down to cheaper options like B&Bs, guesthouses, or hostels where you can pay a small fee to spend the night in this beautiful city, there's something for everyone here.
The best place to begin asking the question of where to stay in Bruges is in the middle of the city, not because it's difficult to get around, but because the atmospheric old town is so beautiful that it's really unmissable. You will love the chance to wake up each day feeling like you're in a fairy tale! And not all the lodging in Bruges in this area is too expensive, either. While some of the hotels in Bruges might break the bank, there are plenty of alternatives for low-cost accommodation in the heart of the city. There is also camping outside of the city center in an area easily reached by bus.
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The hotel is really great and located only steps from the Burg Square in downtown. We stayed in the newer part of the hotel in a room overlooking the canal. The room was great: roomy and nicely-decorated. The phenomenal bathroom had a shower and toiletries from L'Occitane. It's like a small palace; in the older part, they have the bar and three beautiful and welcoming lounges with fireplaces. There's also a library area. I'd even suggest the bathrooms on the ground floor of the hotel, which are immense and beautiful. Reception staff were very friendly and helpful at all times. Breakfast is in the basement, in a huge room with a great variety of dishes. The spa, sun loungers, sauna, and steam room are also in the basement. A highly recommendable hotel.
This hotel belongs to the company SLH (Small Luxury Hotels), and it's the best is its location, in the heart of Bruges near the canal. It's not exactly cheap at 225 euros a night including breakfast, but it's very good. The room was nice and had a teddy bear in the bed. LCD TV, free wifi and very friendly staff. Breakfast is pretty good, they offer champagne and cook various dishes other than what is on the buffet. And they give you a tour, which I couldn't do at that time.
Little hotel in Bruges with views of the canals. If you go to the Venice of the North (nice little cliche, huh?), your best bet is a hotel with views of the canals. The hotel is in the old town and comes at a very interesting price (about 90 € for a double room with canal views) and is highly recommended for a getaway to Bruges.
This hotel is situated in the quiet neighborhood of San Gillis. The building dates back to 1553, and is a safe house so you do not have an elevator. The entrance is through a very small door, it doesn´t even seem like it would be a part of the hotel. It has a medieval cellar in which breakfast is served, with few windows facing directly to the channel, almost to the height of the water. What a great way to start the day!. It also has a courtyard where in fine weather breakfast is served.
This hotel is very close to Minnewater (the Lake of Love), and 15 minutes walk from Markt Square. For a little more than 30 euros (in winter it's less) per person it includes a delicious breakfast. The rooms have cable tv and heat and air conditioning. The one problem is that you can only use wifi if you're in the gardens, terraces and restrooms.
The hotel is in the center of Brussels in Burg Square, next to the historic City Hall and Chapel of the Holy Blood. It has 96 rooms, which were completely renovated in 2007. I didn't stay there for the price of the room, which is around € 112-267 per room, but I visited the basement of the hotel. There you can admire the ruins of the famous Sint-Donaas Church from the 12th century, and the remains of the city walls from 1000 years ago. When building the hotel they found this respected archaeological site because they came to an agreement with the city for anyone who would like to see the basement you can see it as a guest or not. And we did, but you have to ask for permission first.
One of the things that attracts a lot of tourist attention in Flanders is the influence the Spanish language has left on Belgian culture, although they don't keep very good memories of us as being the people who conquered them. This hotel is an example of that, as its name could not be more Spanish or more beautiful. It's in a small house that's been nicely restored, with a shop on the ground floor and shared reception. This small family hotel has a bunch of different rooms that are exquisitely decorated. They help the customer in any way possible, as evidenced by the fact that in the morning, apart from the regular coffee you had for breakfast, espresso is also offered because they know that the Italians and Spanish are so much alike. The breakfast is all-natural and healthy, with freshly squeezed orange juice, and bread and pastries made in the oven. It has a small garden where you can read and spend some quiet time away from the bustle of the street, as another advantage of this hotel is in the heart of Bruges, close to the Market Square.
This is the perfect place to pamper yourself in the harming city of Bruges. It is the heart of the Plaza de Markt, next to Belfort hotel, with the friendliest staff and nice atmosphere and if you like, as icing on the cake, you can enjoy the best Belgian cuisine in its restaurant. Not to forget ...
Not that I've been to the rest, but I'm sure this is the best hostel in Bruges, and, of course, it gave me my best memories I took away from this town. Snuffel is a hostel without many amenities: the room was about 14 people (but sufficiently large), the stairs to it were Belgian style (very narrow), the bathrooms were quite far from the room (and in fact I had to go through the bar), and the kitchen was not the cleanest I've ever seen, but the atmosphere was great. The ground floor functions as a bar (probably one of the coolest bars with the nicest people in Bruges). Sometimes I felt like I didn't want to go sightseeing and I just wanted to stay there drinking beer with the manager, who besides being handsome, played good music. So: this hostel is a good plan for 'travelers on a budget.' It's also friendly and even familiar. They rent bikes, provide maps of the routes and, in short, they treat you very well. Very highly recommended!
Located just behind the main square with the Belfry, this has become a symbolic landmark of Bruges. The hotel - only 50 metres from the Markt - has friendly, helpful staff, spacious rooms, and a hearty, delicious breakfast. Highly recommended! You can stay during the week for 70 euros, or 110 at the weekend (including breakfast for two).
There are plenty of people looking for a hotel in the historic centre of Bruges, so this inn, a few steps from the Smedenpoort (one of the city's gates) is a good choice if you want to stay in the Venice of the North. The rates are lower than many other central hotels, and there are both regular and superior rooms with simple decoration. The comfort and cleanliness is impeccable, with water beds in the superior rooms making for a fun experience ... the hotel also offers breakfast, and an a la carte restaurant with a bar and private lounge. Try it!
I arrived at this hotel on the recommendation of a couple of people who had stayed there before. It's quite far from the station, so you'll need to take a taxi to get there, which isn't cheap. The owner who met me told me that he only spoke French and English, which was a problem for me as I'm Spanish. I had booked a room on the third floor, which was another problem, as there's no lift, so taking my suitcase up wasn't easy. But the room was impeccable, tastefully decorated, with good towels, both large and small. Desk, TV, wifi, and a nice view from the window of the city's domes. Breakfast wasn't included in the cost of the room, but I decided to have it in the hotel anyway. It was excellent, with plenty of great dishes. Lots of ornaments and flowers everywhere. Despite the few inconveniences, I'd really recommend it.
This is a tiny hotel in the center of Bruges, close to the central Market square and the main shopping street in Bruges. It is modern and minimalist and the staff is excellent, all of them very nice. The hotel is next to one of the canals of the city, so that if you request a room with the view of the canal it will be even more romantic as it is a small canal with pretty gardens, not busy. Perfect for a trip to Bruges!
Located near the heart of the city, this is the perfect place for a break in Bruges. The rooms are spacious, comfortable, and very quiet, as the house is located in a pedestrian street with little traffic. The owner, Hugo, is always willing to help with recommendations for a closer look at the city, whether you want restaurants, pubs, or Belgian chocolate shops. The breakfast is very complete, with pastries, fruit, toast and coffee in abundance. The only downside is that carrying your luggage to the third floor can be quite uncomfortable, especially considering the traditional Belgian household-style stairs. Anyway, highly recommended.
The hotel is very well located. It is quite charming, with nice rooms and very large bathrooms. Everything is very clean, and the breakfast has a little of everything. The people who run the hotel are very nice, and speak English. I'd recommend it.
The Het Hof Geestelic Hof is in West Flanders Bruges in Belgium. This hotel is situated in the city of Bruges which provides a perfect setting for a romantic stay. The hotel has been recently renovated and offers comfortable and fully equipped rooms, an Internet zone, a restaurant, a meeting room and a lounge bar, and assures a nice break and unforgettable stay in Bruges.