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All reviews quiet street old mansion scrambled or boiled eggs the main square lovely garden lovely hotel bread high ceilings pastries coffee machine family run hotel room was large family room breakfast room common areas exposed beams good size
We chose this hotel for our 3-night stay in Bruges thanks to its location and previous good reviews! It was our 2nd time visiting Bruges so we knew where we were going straight away. The hotel is on a quiet street less than 5 minutes...More
I stayed here for 4 nights over xmas.
- You can't beat the location - only a few minutes walk to the city center, and on a very quiet street
- Felt very safe walking to and from, even at night, and you can't...More
My wife and I stayed 3 nights, we'd booked a double room,however, it was on the third floor at the rear of the hotel with no lift access,when I explained my wife had trouble climbing stairs, they upgraded us free of charge to a lovely...More
We spent two nights in Brugge staying at Hotel Patritius. The hotel is located just a few minutes from the main square.
We stayed in the new building in Room 5. The room is tastefully decorated making the best use of the space available (the...More
Excellent location 2-5 minutes from the city center, but located in a more residential area, this hotel is perfect for the traveller that wants an upscale experience without breaking the bank. It's a bit old, but very clean and quaint. The owners who also staff...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.