Welcome to Bruges
Just 700 metres to the historic city centre, this 3-star hotel offers rooms with free Wi-Fi. The hotel has an elevator and it is surrounded by a garden. Rooms at Hotel Olympia are fitted with heating, a desk, and TV. Each has a private bathroom with a hairdryer. A continental breakfast is served each morning in the large breakfast area.There is a bus stop at 600 metres from Hotel Olympia and Brugge Central Station is 800 metres away. You have easy access to the Zeebrugge motorway as well.
The hotel offers a bar/lounge. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas. Additional amenities include multilingual staff,dry cleaning/laundry services, and an elevator (lift). This is a smoke-free property.
Hotel Navarra Bruges is an elegant 17 th century mansion (listed as a historic monument) that still features much of ist original charm. The hotel is situated in the very heart of Bruges, nearby the world famous Market Square and its Belfy Tower.
Bruges has earned ist international reputation as an art city through its impressive cultural heritage.
In the year 2000, the historic city centre of Bruges was added to the list of World Heritage by Unesco.
Bruges, with its medieval street pattern, romantic canals, green ramparts, historical buildings, its esteemad kitchen and its broad variety of recreational facilities all contribute to its excellent reputation as a cosy, cosmopolitan city renowned for both leisure and residential seminars. Stay in one of the finest hotels in Bruges.
Hotel Navarra, situated in a 17th-century building, features a health club, an indoor pool, and a sauna. Business amenities include a business center and complimentary wireless Internet access. Hotel Navarra has a restaurant and a piano bar/lounge with live piano music twice weekly March through June. Room service is available during limited hours. This is a smoke-free property (fines may apply for violations). Parking is available nearby (surcharge).
Francine and Dave welcome you to the Golden tree Hotel. The hotel is totally non-smoking and the twenty comfortable rooms have bath or shower, hair-dryer, telephone, television and radio/alarm. We are conveniently located, only 15 minites stroll from the Market Square of this beautiful old town, and only 50 metres from the Zand Square with its new concert hall and many bars and restaurants.
A full buffet breakfast is taken in the elegant dining room.
A complimentary breakfast is available. In addition to a terrace and self parking, Golden Tree Hotel features an elevator (lift). Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas. Guest parking is available on a limited first-come, first-served basis (surcharge). Nearby parking is also available for a surcharge. This is a smoke-free property.
Bruges has the distinction of being Europe’s best-preserved medieval city and Belgium’s most popular tourist destination, a veritable 13th-century ‘open air museum’. It is a small town with lots of character and charm, with postcard-perfect cobbled streets and a maze of waterways inviting exploration by foot, horse-drawn carriage or canal boat.
While it’s easy to pass the time simply looking around at the beautiful buildings, visitors to Bruges can learn more about the city’s long history through the many fascinating museums dedicated to everything from chocolate and frites (chips or french fries) to diamonds, art and folklore and lace.
Bruges is a foodie’s dream destination, especially for chocolate lovers. It’s hard to go more than a few metres without stumbling on a window display of dainty confections, and there are several factories and even a museum dedicated to chocolate-making in Bruges. The restaurants in the city are just as mouth-watering, ranging from Michelin-starred establishments to humble waffle houses.
Known for its notoriously less-than-idyllic weather, Bruges’ summers are colder than most cities in Europe and its winters are chilly and wet. This doesn’t stop the locals from enjoying themselves however, as most of the city’s biggest events take place in the winter, including chocolate and music festivals, ice sculpture competitions and Christmas markets.