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Nice central hotel. Very well located. Family run, very helpful before we arrived. We had some issues with booking and they sorted them without question. Would go back. Breakfast was tasty and worth getting. Decent price for Bruges.
This is a small, family run place. Beautifully appointed, recently renovated rooms that are unusually large for Europe. Bed was comfortable. Breakfast is served in a communal room, and is typical European with yogurt, meats, cheeses, fresh croissants, and included a freshly cooked, made to...More
Literally 5 mins walk from the centre, Hotel Patritius is well positioned. As you walk from the hotel to the centre, you will pass many places to eat or enjoy a drink. It’s far enough away though to not be interrupted through the night by...More
Stayed here for a long weekend. The property is beautiful and in great repair. Room was spacious with fabulous high ceilings. Everything was absolutely spotless and the bed super comfy. Located on a busy street but room was very quiet.
Hotel was well located and...More
This hotel is located in a 19th century home in the heart of Brugge. It has been decorated with a lot of nice touches. According to the owner, many renovations have been done and will continue to bring it to its former beauty. There is...More
As I mentioned on my Aug. 5 review, the taxi that the owner of the Patritius hotel cost 7.8 euros without tip to take us to the train station. If you have not been in Bruges before you may consider that it is full of... More
As I mentioned on my Aug. 5 review, the taxi that the owner of the Patritius hotel cost 7.8 euros without tip to take us to the train station. If you have not been in Bruges before you may consider that it is full of cobblestone streets and the sidewalks were crowded making any walk with luggage a bit challenging. BTW, I totally loved the city.