Bruges

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Deserving of its 5 stars, this former ducal palace is up to the usual Kempiski decorative standard, but the spa pool, art gallery and chapel make it something extra special. — DK Eyewitness
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9 reviews
Boutique hotel, hidden away on a tree-lined backstreet just a few minutes' walk from the Markt and very much for lovers of luxury. — Lonely Planet
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6 reviews
This little coquette has conquered the hearts of many with its memorable waterfront location and unpretentious, old-world elegance; elegance is a key word at this hotel. — Star Service
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9 reviews
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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6 reviews
Heritage Hotel upholds a discreet fin de siecle character that bodes well with its fussy French-chain image and finicky fine-dining room. — Star Service
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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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The charming Die Swaene is an upper-middle-range boutique hotel situated in a historic canal-side building in the heart of Bruges. — Oyster
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6 reviews
This is a delightful small hotel of just 20 rooms, overlooking the canal in north-central Bruges, and still run proudly and lovingly by the couple who personally created it in 1983. — The Telegraph
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6 reviews
The Adornes is set in a renovated set of 16th- to 18th-century mansions overlooking the canal in the quieter, eastern part of the city, yet within walking distance of the centre. — DK Eyewitness
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5 reviews
The historic Grand Hotel Casselbergh Bruges is a spacious and charming hotel with an amazing downtown location. — Oyster
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5 reviews
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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5 reviews
The upper-mid-range Hotel Prinsenhof Bruges has an excellent central location and is within walking distance to shops, attractions, and restaurants. — Oyster
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5 reviews
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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4 reviews
An upper-middle-range property that evokes Bruges' rich history with its setting in a series of elegant canal houses built and remodeled between the 13th and 18th centuries. — Oyster
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3 reviews
This is a fabulous place to stay: a medieval and 16th-century house, overlooking a canal, exquisitely decorated and equipped to the standard of a top luxury hotel. — The Telegraph
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4 reviews
This little hotel is part of a comfortable family home situated in a quiet corner of the city. — Fodor's
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2 reviews
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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2 reviews
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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Between canals and the main square, the mid-range Hotel Patritius is a charming bed-and-breakfast in a beautifully restored historic mansion. — Oyster
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