Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, lounge, bar, indoor swimming pool, sauna, terrace, parking (EUR30 per day).
Yes, cots free of charge and extra beds EUR40 per night.
Yes, for EUR25 per night.
All major cards accepted.
Standard double room starts at EUR149; breakfast is EUR25.
Good Hotel Guide Review
By the Groeninge museum, 50m from Market Square, Alana Boonen’s luxurious little B&B hotel is a 15th-century mansion on one of Bruges’s main canals. It is ‘visually delightful’, says a recent visitor: traditional Flemish colours, polished wood, and black-and-white marble chequerboard floors, and crystal chandeliers. Most of the individually-decorated bedrooms are spacious; some overlook the canal: ‘Our superior double, in the adjacent building, had wooden beams, brick walls, lovely furnishings, sumptuous bathroom, great views towards the town square.’ An attic room was ‘smallish but well equipped’. A canal-facing room was found noisy at the weekend. Breakfast, in a pleasant room, with big sash windows facing the street and canal, has meats, cheeses, fruit, omelettes, yogurt and a chocolate fountain. There is a small indoor swimming pool and sauna. Dissenters found the extras (parking, breakfast) add up and that the hotel is expensive.