Bruges 4-Star Hotels
This hotel occupies a rebuilt 14th Century patrician house and is reasonably priced by four-star
standards. It's on a quiet street just 200 meters from the market square.
Breakfast is served in a vaulted cellar at the Hotel Ter Brughe, which was built as a
wealthy trader's house in the 16th Century. Garage parking is available.
The building is old, but the interior is discreetly modern and
wheelchair-accessible. (The hotel bills itself as "Adults Only," so visitors
under 18 need not apply.)
An old patrician's house has been turned into an 11-room hotel and restaurant with a view
of a canal, medieval bridges, and the Bruges Town Hall. The bistro serves Flemish and
Don't let the 1869 exterior fool you--each of the Hansa's 20 rooms has modern
amenities, including two telephones and optional Wi-Fi Internet access.
Old stone fireplaces in the two lounges, four-poster beds in the 24 rooms, and a reception
hall that was once a carriage house add atmosphere to the Romantik Pandhotel, which
overlooks the Belfry in downtown Bruges.
Free parking is one of the perks at the Pannenhuis, a former "notary
house" just outside the town center. The hotel has a garden with sun
terrace, and most rooms have balconies.
The Prinsenhof is only a minute or two away from the Market Square, in a handsome brick
building with attractive public rooms.
Hotel Die Swaene
"The Swan" (a member of the Luxury Hotels of the World group) claims to be a favorite of honeymooners. It has 24 bedrooms, a lounge
that once served as a meeting room for the Guild of Tailors, and a vaulted 17th Century
Hotel De TuilerieŽn
An indoor swimming pool and "flowery private courtyard parking" are two of the
amenities offered by this hotel, which is in the medieval heart of Bruges.
3-star hotels in Bruges