Jacobs Hotel

Address: Baliestraat 1, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | 3 star hotel
 
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsJacobs Hotel Brugge

    Reviewed by blemings

    Quiet, Clean and Close to the Center

    Reviewed Apr 11, 2011
    by (8 reviews) Medicine Hat , Canada Flag of Canada

    We parked, left the car, and walked into the center in about 15 minutes. The fellow at the desk was exceptionally friendly. The room was a good size with a big bathroom.(no shower though) Breakfast in the morning was basic and good. Our only problem was that the internet service advertised was not available. As we keep in daily touch with an aging relative, this bothered me somewhat. Overall though, I would recommend this hotel to anyone, and would stay here again myself.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Jacobs Hotel Brugge

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

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