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Garret & Elvi the the hosts (as well as the owners) are friendly and lovely couple, always ready to assist in any subject and answer any question.
A wonderful attitude that gives you homely feeling.
Recommendations to interesting places and a very good restaurants.
Excellent location, walking distance from everywhere in the center of the city.
Simple hotel, but with silent and comfortable bedroom, very clean bathroom and a nice breakfast. I would definitely recommend for a quick trip to Brugge.
This was our first stay at Patritius hotel but it is not going to be our last. We had 2 double rooms in the new quarters and were very impressed with the accommodation. The rooms were modern and stylish, with comfortable beds and perfect showers....More
We had a lovely visit to Hotel Patritius! The hotel itself is charming. They were able to fit my family of ten on the top floor together and even started breakfast a half hour early so we could make our morning train. Highly recommend--comfortable, affordable...More
This hotel is superbly located in the centre of Bruges and it lovely on the inside and out. Breakfast is quite nice. The beds in our room, which had two twins were very uncomfortable, soft and lumpy. Altogether a good experience, but must keep this...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.