Bruges

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This is the only five-star hotel in Bruges — The Telegraph
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In a beautiful location near the canal, the 26-room Pand Hotel is a popular upscale, chain hotel in a quiet spot not far from the main tourist destinations in Bruges. — Oyster
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Overlooking the canal, this hotel with an elegant facade is a long-standing favorite with a loyal guest list—and for good reason. — Frommer's
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The 22-room Hotel Heritage - Relais & Chateaux is a grand boutique, designed with historical restoration in mind. — Oyster
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This luxurious little boutique hotel occupies a unique part-timbered medieval house that’s been tastefully updated and graced with art, antiques, Persian carpets and fresh orchids. — Lonely Planet
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15th-century convent turned romantic boutique hotel overlooking the postcard-perfect Den Dyver canal in central Bruges — Jetsetter
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This small hotel on the beautiful Groenerei canal in the center city has rightly been called one of the most romantic in Europe, thanks in great part to the care lavished on it by the Hessels family. — Frommer's
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Pleasant hotel with a rustic feel that occupies three old gabled houses in the often-overlooked St Anna quarter... Rates as one of the friendliest and most helpful midrange hotels in Bruges. — Lonely Planet
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This small elegant traditional hotel gains inspiration for its up-to-date style and attentive service from well outside the city's ancient ramparts — Star Service
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This small hotel may seem a little out of the way in the north of the city, but the centre of Bruges is only a 15- minute walk away. The well-presented rooms are double-glazed and air conditioned. — DK Eyewitness
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The factor that sets this place apart from several similarly historic hotels is the relatively large garden. While hardly a park, it is large enough for a short stroll and has some attractive corners. — Lonely Planet
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This neat little privately-owned hotel exudes quality. — The Telegraph
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— Michelin Guide
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Stone stairs descend to the former wine cellar that has been reinvented to accommodate an exotic subterranean pool, a four-person sauna and state-of-the-art gym, albeit a small one. — Star Service
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Martin's Relais Oud Huis Amsterdam comprises five historic 17th-century burghers' homes that have been combined to create one of the more attractive midrange inns on the canal — Star Service
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Romantic, family-owned 16th-century bed-and-breakfast overlooking one of Bruges’ many canals and the Bonifacius bridge. — Hideaway Report
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This little hotel is part of a comfortable family home situated in a quiet corner of the city. — Fodor's
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Pay what you like, nowhere else in Bruges can get you a more romantic location than this fabulous B&B, which started life as a 15th-century tannery. — Lonely Planet
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The four guest rooms are comfortably grand, each with at least partial views of the tranquil little canalside garden. — Lonely Planet
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Up the historic spiral staircase, 16 guest rooms vary quite radically in size and style... Despite relatively modest prices there’s a decent breakfast and pretty garden, but parking costs extra. — Lonely Planet
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