Hotel De Tuilerieen vs Hotel Martin's Relais

Both properties are rated very highly by reviewers writing for major publications. Overall, Hotel De Tuilerieen scores significantly higher than Hotel Martin's Relais. Hotel De Tuilerieen comes in at 90 with positive reviews from 9 publications like Insight Guides, Hideaway Report and Fodor's.

Hotel De Tuilerieen
Hotel De Tuilerieen
8 / 10
Dijver 7, Bruges 8000, Belgium
From $214 /night
  • Pet Friendly
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Hot Tub
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Shuttle Bus
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Insight Guides Insight Guides
"The most luxurious hotel in town: a 45-room pale pink mansion facing the main canal. With courteous staff and antique-stuffed rooms, this is a hotel that is hard to resist."
Lonely Planet Lonely Planet
"The interior styling by designer Pieter Porters has created interest using lots of curiosity knick-knacks from old skis to antique shoe-expanders." Full review
DK Eyewitness DK Eyewitness
"The sister hotel of the Orangerie, near the Groeningemuseum, has a sense of refined 18thcentury urban elegance – and a swimming pool."
Star Service Star Service
"This 16th-century remnant, once a noble Flemish residence, is on the short list of exceptional period hostelries in Bruges." Full review
Frommer's Frommer's
"Overlooking the canal, this hotel with an elegant facade is a long-standing favorite with a loyal guest list—and for good reason." Full review
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Hotel Martin's Relais
Hotel Martin's Relais
7 / 10
Genthof 4a, Bruges 8000, Belgium
From $88 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
  • Multilingual
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Star Service Star Service
"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." Full review
Oyster Oyster
"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." Full review
The Telegraph The Telegraph
"Formerly the Oud Huis Amsterdam, this old, agreeable and somewhat rambling hotel is now part of the small, efficient chain of Martin’s Hotels." Full review
Fodor's Fodor's
"Five noble, 17th-century houses in the elegant Hanseatic district combine the grace of another era with the polish of a modern, first-class property." Full review