Bruges is a culturally dynamic city and combines history with modern culture and art. In the Concert Hall and City Theatre top productions are being performed on a regular basis. When you enjoy art, several museums will accommodate your taste, ranging from the Flemish Primitives to 18th and 19th century art.
Visit the Musea Sculpta 3D which shows you masterpieces by the Flemish primitives from the 15th and 16th centuries in an original way. You will view the unique plaster relief sculptures of, amongst others, The Garden of Earthly Delights by Hieronymus Bosch, The Last Judgment by Hans Memling and the Adoration of the Mystic Lamb by Jan van Eyck.
Bruges is a great spot to visit with your partner, family, friends or even solo. A historic city like Bruges has several museums that are worth a visit. On every corner of the street you can drink a Brugse Zot or buy a nice box of chocolates. Bruges is also known for its delicious food. Need more tips? Ask our concierge!
Stroll around in the romantic medieval city of Bruges. If you like astonishing views, you must climb the 366 stairs of the Belfry tower. Enjoy a boat excursion on the canals or jump on a horse-drawn carriage which leads you around Bruges. Don’t forget to take a walk around the Lake of Love. The two big shopping streets are the Steenstraat and Noordzandstraat.
Be sure to find the best Belgian chocolate while staying in the city of chocolate. More than 50 excellent and creative chocolatiers will offer you a unique and artisanal taste. Don’t forget to surprise your friends back home with Belgian beer straight from the brewery or a handmade gift.
Remains of an ancient Roman Choir can be found in the basement of the hotel, with the foundations of the Saint Donation's Church.
The remains of the 10th Century city wall of Bruges can be seen in the basement of the hotel.
Markt 7, Brugge, 8000
Enjoy a panoramic view of Bruges and surrounding from the Belfry tower, located on the main square, a stone's throw away from the hotel
Burg 13, Brugge, 8000
This marvellous double chapel contains the Relic of the Holy Blood
Burg 11, Brugge, 8000
One of the oldest and most beautiful town halls in Europe. Don't miss the Gothic room, a real eye-catcher
A visit to Bruges is not complete without a boat trip on its canal. Get on board and enjoy this wonderful city from a different perspective. Available from March until November
The belgian coast is nearby, 20-30 minutes driving.
Jan Van Eyckplein, Brugge, 8000