We reserved the Honeymoon Suite A review of Hotel Ter Reien
My husband and I just returned from an anniversary weekend in Brugge. We reserved the honeymoon Suite with it's double French doors opening right out onto the canal. I thought the 110 Euro for the "best" room in the house was a pretty good value. The room was quaint and lovely although much smaller than dipicted in the photo on the web site. It had a four poster bed and a good sized shower bath ensuite also with French windows. If you had a mind to, you could sit on the "throne" and watch the tour boats go buy. The swans swam up to the doors begging for crumbs several times a day. The hotel was quiet enough in the evening, even being on a busy canal. The best restaurant we found was "Cafedral Brasserie", Zilverstraat 38 with fabulous (although pretty pricey) food. But also a great interior. The waiters and service were quite good. Breakfast at the Hotel was varied, plentiful, and good. The best thing to do in Bruges is to just walk the city and drink in all that preserved medieval architecture. The hotel has no parking but there is a garage about a 5 minute walk away. The street that the hotel is on has several restaurants. Of course you are centrally located and very close to everything on foot. It is easy to walk the city in a day. I would stay at the Hotel Ter Reien again if I ever return to Brugge.