Bryghia

Oosterlingenplein 4, Brugge, Flanders, B8000, Belgium

What was once an Eastern European trade center makes for a handsome, 15th-century landmark building, with its Flemish Renaissance Revival–style facade. Try and grab a room overlooking the Goudenhand Canal, so named because legend has it that a golden hand was once found in its waters. Outside, the brick walls are lined with paned windows and flower boxes; inside, the hotel is warmed by pastel floral fabrics, beech cabinets, and plenty of beamed ceilings. Guest rooms are simple yet comfortable, and the public rooms include small sitting areas and a beamed, slate-floor breakfast salon.

PROS

  • efficient service
  • excellent buffet breakfast

CONS

  • a fair walk from the main sights, though very quiet
  • the rooms can be a little basic

Location

QUICK FACTS

Hotel
Historical
Quiet
Central
Local Flavor

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 050-338–059

HOTEL DETAILS

20 rooms
Rate Includes: Breakfast

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