NH Brugge

Boeveriestraat 2, Brugge, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $120.00

Travel Blogs from Brugge

Busy Day in Brugge

A travel blog entry by kgratz on May 10, 2014

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When we woke up, we immediately hit the road. We were going to cram Brugge into one day. First stop was to climb the Belfort. We waited in line, until the doors opened at 9:30. Climbing to the top was a challenge, but it was well worth it. The view over Brugge was the best thing ever. You could see the beautiful housetops and roofs all around the …

Dragging Suitcases on the Cobble Streets

A travel blog entry by kgratz on May 09, 2014

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We woke up in Bastogne, checked out, and waited at Bastogne Sud, the old train station. We were about 20 mins early, so we stopped in the shop for the donkey farm. They had cosmetics, all in French. I'm not one to use much cosmetic and cream stuff, but I bought a bar of soap.
Awhile later, the bus came. We had to run all around the small …

Sites of Battle of Ypres an Hill 62

A travel blog entry by yake


... was presented in a very interactive way. I read a little sign in one of the town centres that spoke of the devastation to Belgium and it's people during WWI. In 1915, over 5,000 Belgians fled to France for safety from the Germans. In 1919, only 500 returned and of those 79 left as they couldn't handle what they had returned to - their beautiful village had been levelled. We visited Hill 62 today - wow. Josh ...

Beautiful, medieval Bruges!

A travel blog entry by nikki.murdick


Everyone says that one can't come to this area of the world and not visit Bruges (called that in the French speaking world and Brugge in the Dutch/Flemish speaking world). I am SO tired today that I fell asleep in the car and didn't wake until we entered the city of Antwerp (called Antwerpen by the Dutch). Because the roads are so congested, the Garmin sent us through the city. Well that was interesting! This is a very busy city--the second largest in Belgium. We drove through the ...

Another day of travel

A travel blog entry by travelingagain

... of red shirts and they got someone to try to fix and if not they would carry for us and so they carried!!.So now we are on the train for Brugge!! Nice journey and not long and at the end an escalator and lift!! all in the outlying stations but not in the big ones! Anyway we got a taxi and a super nice driver who got us to our B&B which is a nice room with a huge bathroom. Apparently this city has regulations for room size etc. ...

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    TravelPod Member ReviewsNH Brugge

    Reviewed by kgratz

    Great location.

    Reviewed May 10, 2014
    by (2 reviews) Allegan, Michigan , United States Flag of United States

    Very lovely hotel. My grandpa stayed here when it was the Pullman, in the 1980's, and insisted I stay there. It was excellent. Was there during Mayfoor, and the marching band/parade came right outside our hotel window.
    Close to town, on the main street basically. Excellent location to get to all the museums and center of town with ease.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews NH Brugge

    Nice hotel and a positive experience.


    Very nice hotel with friendly staff. Our superior non-smoking room was large, clean and tastefully decorated. We were to the rear of the hotel on the top floor and our room was very quiet. The area generally seems rather quiet I would assume other rooms would be fine also.



    I have stayed in several Sofitel around the world and the experiences have always been very positive. This is why I booked Sofitel in Brugge but I was extremely disappointed. I must say that the hotel was not up to the Sofitel standards I am used to. First of all I had to change rooms since we were put in a smooking room without asking us, and the smell was so strong you could hardly breathe despite my friend is a smoker too and myself I'm quite used to the smell at home! Room size was ok but nothing great, but the problem is that it really needed a complete renovation: dated decoration, furniture was old, damaged and scratched, funny smell.... Bathroom was really small for a Sofitel and old as well... The overall impression was of a hotel that has long passed its best days... Even breakfast was rather poor for a Sofitel... Best thing about it is its location next to the city center but being Brugge a rather small city this is not a particular advantage. If you are coming by car location is great since there's a public parking right next to the hotel.

    Perfect location


    stayed at the Sofitel for our anniversary.Lovely room,great facilities,helpful staff.Would use again in the future.Within walking distance of the main square.car parking over night is free outside the hotel,then at 9 am must move into the pay parking next to hotel- very cheap and easy to do.Staff explained the parking and gave us a map of the city which was very helpful.The romm was quite large,the en-suite was very clean an well equiped-toiletries supplied and towelling robes and slippers!piping hot water all the time.didn't use the pool but it looked lovely,can't wait till our next visit!!

    Very nice hotel


    I stayed at the Sofitel for a weekend in June and I really liked it.

    The hotel is well located, 10 minutes walking distance from the main square ( town hall ) and very close to the 2 shopping streets.

    The staff are very friendly and helpful. The breakfast was nice and we appreciated the inside swimming pool. The only negative point was that the cleaning of our room wasn`t up to the same standard as everything else in the hotel and the view was not great.

    However , I would go back to this hotel next time I stay in Brugge

    LOVE this place


    The Sofitel in Brugge, Belgium is one of my favorite hotels. (it helps that the city of Brugge is one of my favorite places) It's small and quaint and has lots of local flavor. It has 149 rooms and the property is a renovated 17th century monastery.



    My wife and i have just spent xmas 2004 in the sofitel, Bruges

    and i can honestly say it was the best time we have ever had in any hotel that we stayed in. Service/ rooms/ food/ ameneties were all worthy of being 5 star nothing was too much trouble for any of the staff, so good in fact that we have booked again for Valentines weekend.

    Hotel Sofitel


    We have jsut come back from our 6th trip to Bruges. I t never fails to please, the perfect place for a short break. We always stay in adifferent hotel, usuall in adifferent quarter, and this time we chose the Sofitel. The hotel is currently undergoing renovations so that all the rooms are of the same exectuvie standard. Althugh we paid for a standard room we were upgraded without charge to an executive room. We were very please we had because to be fair this was the stard of room we expected of this 4 star hotel. The renovations did not affect us at all and theywill be completed within the next few weeks. The pool and the buffet restaurant breakfast were excellent. We had 2 wonderful meals, 1 near the Minnewater and the other the back of Steven Stein square. There are so many really good resaurants at various prices, but I would avoid the main squares unless its for a break during the day to people watch! Visit the flower market on Saturday morning - just off Z'land. The price savings and quality are very good. Would we stay in the Sofitel again - yes, except we like to try something different every time. This is our order of hotels we have stayed rank according to value/expectation, depends how much you want to pay! - Accacia, Olde Burg, Novotel Centrum, Sofitel, Medici. The only one we would not go back to is Accacia

    Fantastic location


    Great location. Small pool. Rooms and corridors drab. In need of revamp. Nice restaurant and bar. Breakfast good. Worth it for location.

    Bar and swimming pool the best bit


    Lovely entrance, but dingy corridors and even darker rooms. No tea and coffee making facilities in the rooms and they urgently need bringing up to date. The swimming pool and steam room were however excellent and empty most of the time. The bar was an unusual U shape, with lovely decorations and a good range of drinks. Location a little out of the way.

    Charming town, less charming hotel


    Brugge is a must-see when traveling in Belgium but the Sofitel fell short of Sofitel standards. Upon check-in (at 2 p.m.) we were assigned a very spacious room that had seen better days. When the elevator made several stops on the lower floors, we realized we were in the only floor in the building that had not yet been renovated! The front desk informed us that all of the rooms had been already assigned and they were unable to move us into a newer room. I find it hard to believe that at 2 p.m. (when check-in technically begins at 3:00), the rooms were all occupied. Guest service was brusk and the large meeting taking place in the conference rooms with breaks and a reception in the lobby made the hotel seem very much like a business only place - not the most relaxing vacation experience.

    TripAdvisor Reviews NH Brugge

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