There are many wonderful places to plan your next European trip around, and one of them is the Belgian city of Bruges. This is a charming city that’s romantic, backpacker-friendly, and a hip scene for Belgian beer fans. There are historic Medieval buildings here, picturesque boat rides, impressive castles, and some amazing cuisine to sample. When you have the opportunity to explore this city for yourself, consider staying at one of these highly rated hotels to settle in and feel right at home in Bruges.
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Hotel Van Cleef (Prices & Photos)
For friendly hospitality and a great hotel concept, book a room at the Hotel Van Cleef in Bruges. There are just 15 rooms and suites in this boutique hotel, and each has a blend of classic and modern style. Inside the rooms, you’ll find marble bathrooms, luxurious toiletries, bathrobes and slippers, minibars, free Wi-Fi, and other amenities. You can also find themed package deals here too that include afternoon tea, boat trips on the canal, three-course dinners, and continental breakfasts.
Crowne Plaza Brugge (Prices & Photos)
We also love staying at the Crowne Plaza Brugge when we’re in this part of Belgium. This hotel is in the city center, making it easy to see the sights while you’re in town. Onsite you’ll find an indoor pool and fitness center with various workout machines. Wi-Fi is included with your stay, and the daily self-parking fee is 28 EUR. There is an accessible room here for wheelchair users with accessible parking onsite and service animals allowed as well. For dining, the Plaza Café serves all three meals plus dessert, and the bar is open from 6pm until midnight. If you are traveling with your family, babysitting services and children’s activities are available here.
Hotel Dukes' Palace (Prices & Photos)
It’s also a great idea to book your stay at the Hotel Duke’s Palace when you’re in Bruges. This is the former residence of the Burgundian aristocracy and now a 5-star hotel in the heart of the city. There are 110 rooms and suites here that celebrate the elegance of the 15th century. You’ll also find a garden, terrace, restaurant, bar, spa, and gym. Family rooms with two bedrooms are available if you’re traveling with a larger group. There’s a breakfast buffet each morning, and room service is available as well. The onsite spa offers everything from massages to a salt wall, infrared cabins, sauna, and steam room.
The Pand Hotel (Prices & Photos)
The Pand is a small luxury hotel that’s charming and beautifully decorated with antiques and unique décor. It is housed in an 18th-century carriage house and is now a boutique hotel with 26 bedrooms. It’s in the heart of the city but tucked away on a quiet street where you can easily walk to the museums and canal from a peaceful place. It’s easy to head over to the nearby restaurants, Groeninge Museum, and Grote Markt from here. Onsite you’ll find a library, cozy bar, free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, and full breakfast served each morning. The rooms also have flat-screen TVs, marble or granite bathrooms, Ralph Lauren fabrics, and canopy beds. Children are also welcome here, and the hotel offers babysitting services, highchairs, strollers, kids’ films, coloring books, and baby cots for little ones.
Hotel Navarra Brugge (Prices & Photos)
The Hotel Navarra Brugge is also in a convenient central location and a beautiful hotel to stay at in Bruges. The hotel itself is a historic monument, and it’s a four-star, family-run hotel that offers friendly service and top-notch amenities. Here you’ll find onsite parking, free Wi-Fi, a bar and garden with terrace, wellness center and pool, and delicious breakfasts. Breakfast is served on weekdays from 7am to 10:30am and on weekends from 7am to 11am. The hotel’s wellness facilities include an indoor heated pool, hot sauna, professional gym, and changing rooms. Make sure to stop by the hotel bar to listen to live music and the intimate jazz bar on the garden terrace. If you’re celebrating something special or just want to treat yourself, there are themed hotel deals available here that celebrate the Belgian loves of chocolate, beer, romance, and sports.
Guesthouse Bonifacius (Prices & Photos)
If you’re looking for more of a bed and breakfast experience for your trip to Bruges, then look no further than the Guesthouse Bonifacius. This house dates back to the 16th century and overlooks the canal in the center of the city. This is a charming and private place to stay in town that has granite bathrooms, Jacuzzi baths, high-quality body products, and a library of movies to watch. Enjoy free minibar drinks, free Wi-Fi, and viewing original antiques and artwork here. You’ll enjoy eating breakfast in the intimate Gothic Room, which has views of the canal, and the famous De Gouden Harynck restaurant is right in front of the B&B for your dining pleasure.
Grand Hotel Casselbergh (Prices & Photos)
You’ll be close to the Burg and the Main Market Square when you stay at the Grand Hotel Casselbergh in Bruges. This is a historic luxury hotel that blends the best aspects of elegance and modernity. There are 118 rooms here, 40 parking spaces, a wellness area, and meeting rooms. Guests will enjoy the rooms that offer views over the canals of Bruges, the large breakfast buffet, and the cozy bar/lounge. For dinner, head over to the sister hotel of Hotel Dukes’ Palace, which is a five-minute walk from here. There’s also a nice wellness center here that offers massages, a steam bath, sauna, and gym.
Hotel Prinsenhof Bruges (Prices & Photos)
The last great hotel we’ll mention here is the Hotel Prinsenhof Bruges, which is a historical and luxurious place to stay. There are 24 rooms in this stylish hotel, which offers a delicious breakfast each morning. In the evening, head to the onsite bar called The Bowler. This is a pet-friendly hotel as well for travelers who can’t bear to leave home without their furry friends. If you’re looking for the ultimate in comfort, book a deluxe room with double marble sinks and a Jacuzzi with separate rainshower.