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Bruges Economy Hotels

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2-star hotels

Hotel Leopold
The cozy Hotel Leopold emphasizes its family atmosphere. Eight of its 12 rooms have private shower and toilet.

Hotel De Barge
Bunk down in a barge with 23 cabins, each having a private shower and toilet. The Hotel De Barge is permanently moored in the Bruges-Ghent Canal.

Hotel De Goezeput
Rooms (all with private bath) are located in a renovated 18th Century monastery.

Hotel Maison Printanière
If you prefer a suburban location to the bright lights of the big city, the Maison Printainière may be to your tastes. The hotel is 20 minutes from central Bruges by bus.

Hotel De Pauw
Dogs are welcome at this family-run hotel near the St. Giles Church, which has 8 rooms (6 with TV and radio).

Hotel Salvators
Some of the family rooms have kitchens at the Salvator, which is located in a restored house near the town center. Facilities range from shared shower and toilet to private singles or doubles with Jacuzzi.

Hotel 't Voermanshuys
A 16th Century house (and former convent) has been converted into a hotel with singles, doubles, and a two-bedroom family suite. A restaurant occupies the vaulted cellar.

1-star hotels

Hotel Erasmus
Some rooms at the Erasmus have canal views, and all come with private facilities.

Hotel 't Keizershof
Breakfast is included in this hotel's reasonable rates, and parking is free. The hotel is handy for motorists, since it's on the city's outskirts.

B&Bs

Elisabeths Corner
Stay on the second floor of a brick manor house within walking distance of the city center. The moderate rates include a "royal breakfast
."

Woodside Bed and Breakfast
This family-owned guesthouse is out of town in Wijnendale-Torhout, but it might be worth considering if you're traveling by car and want an inexpensive base for trips to Bruges, Ghent, and World War I battlefields.

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