~ Luxury 4-Star Hotel Prinsenhof in Bruges, Belgium ~

“ An Elegant and Friendly Bruges Hotel Situated Close to the
Grand Place and Historic Brugge Town Centre. ”

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Hotel Prinsenhof Bruges / Brugge - Photo of Room
“ Petit hôtel accueillant et cossu dans une maison de maître rénovée, à l'écart de l'animation du centre.
Toutes les chambres sont différentes et offrent un confort actuel.
Klein hotel in een gerenoveerd herenhuis met een weelderige inrichting, waar u prinselijk wordt ontvangen.
Alle kamers zijn verschillend en bieden modern comfort.” (Michelin)

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Hotel Prinsenhof
Ontvangersstraat, 9
8000 Bruges, Belgium
Email: PrinsenhofILA@ila-chateau.com

Reservations
hotel location map in Bruges Brussels 100 km • Gent 45 km
Oostende 28 km • Lille 75 km
Calais - Eurotunnel Terminal : 120 km (80 Miles)

Owners: Thierry & Katrien Lemahieu-Sœnen
Number of Rooms / Suites: 19 / -
Rates: from 155 €
Restaurant: No restaurant, but you can eat
    the gastronomic way nearby or cheaply
    at many places in the charming and
    lively little squares of this old city.
Open all year round
Entirely air-conditioned
Private hotel parking and closed garages
WiFi access

Photo of Bruges - Brugge in Belgium

“ Please request information about our special package
deals for an exciting discovery of historic Bruges

Hotel Prinsenhof in Bruges / Brugge - Rolf
All you need to say is "Prinsenhof" to find peace and
silence, extra attention and a caring ambiance.
 
Avec Katrien, Thierry et ... 'Roef'!
"Avec la mer du Nord pour dernier terrain vague...
Avec Frida la Blonde quand elle devient Margot...
Quand le vent est au sud écoutez-le chanter
Le plat pays qui fut le...sien"


Photo of room at Hotel Prinsenhof in Bruges

As a much travelled person I have always used you and your hotel as the benchmark by which I have measured others and so far no one or place has come up to your excellent standard. Some may have 5 stars, apparently for size, lifts, and a night porter and etc ! but certainly not for comfort, cuisine and hospitality. I have horror stories of multi starred so called international hotels.- snooty 5 star Paris - breakfast a croissant and a coffee, with difficulty a second cup. USA breakfast - could not cook an egg nor make toast, and thought that french dressing on a salad was to smother it in tomato ketchup, Ugh ! ........." (K A Bradley -UK)

English hotel text An old manor house beautifully converted into a family-run comfortable little hotel in Bruges, Belgium. Friendly and efficient service. Situated in a quiet central street close to the Grand'Place and the historic town center. Bruges hotel parking is very convenient at the Prinsenhof, where private parking is directly connected to the hotel, with entry from the Helmstraat.

Arriving in Belgium I was immediately enchanted with the country and its people .... Our discovery tour started in Bruges, a town which is arguably the prettiest in Belgium. One cannot help but draw comparisons with Venice as well as Amsterdam. Bruges is charming, full of history and tradition, and, unlike today's Amsterdam, is spotlessly clean.

Founded in the 4th century on waterways connected with the North Sea, it became a sheltered port for vessels trading along the channel coast. Soon it became a major trading post and growing constantly, achieved commercial prominence and political importance. Over the centuries Bruges became a wealthy, cultured and elegant small town and today it still fits this description. In its heyday it boasted 150,000 residents, 52 trade guilds and 17 consulates. Today, the inner town that lies within the Venetian-style canals has 40,000+ inhabitants living in the lovely timeless brick houses with their framed windows and Amsterdam-style stepped gables. The ships have gone and tourism now replaces much of the maritime trade as the town's most important source of income. Yet here one is not swamped by an avalanche of visitors as one might be in Venice, and somehow there is less promotional hype and hard sell from the local shopkeepers and residents.
(Walter Glaser - Wings of Gold Inflight Magazine)

The entire medieval historic centre of Bruges has been recognised by UNESCO as a world heritage site and Prinsenhof is a part of it. Peacefully hidden in a small cobbled street, our accommodation doesn't resemble a conventional hotel from the outside, but its charm lies in its comfort and tranquillity and the genuinely warm greeting of Katrien, Thierry and ... 'Roef', the fun and so clever Jack Russell. A must-see and stay !

The Prinsenhof is not only one of the finest hotels in Brugge, but also one of the best hotels in Flanders.

Photo of hotel breakfast terrace
~ Small outside terrace ~

French text Ancienne Maison de Maître luxueusement rénovée au cœur de Bruges, à deux pas de la Grand'Place, centre de la ville historique. Ambiance familiale très au calme. Parking privé relié à l'hôtel, accès par Helmstraat.

Photo of hotel Room

German text Im Herzen von Brügge und zwei Minuten vom Marktplatz gelegen, dem Mittelpunkt der historischen Stadt, bietet Ihnen das Hotel einen prinzlichen Aufenthalt mit nur sechzehn Luxuszimmern. In einem völlig restaurierten, herrschaftlichen Brügger Haus können Sie umringt von modernem, gemütlichem Komfort, die damals herrschende Atmosphäre vollauf geniessen.

Photo of Bruges hotel Dining Table

Photo of Brugge hotel Reception

Photo of Prinsenhof hotel Salon

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