Every morning, a lovely breakfast was included. There was fresh bread (3 types, still warm), cereals, sliced ham, cheese, juice, milk, tea and coffee.
The best part about it was that it was served in this beautiful room, with a warm fire burning, and such craftsmanship put into the building.
Unique Quality: Some of the tables at the windows look right out at the mideval church across the street. Great architecture!
My husband and I stayed for a week in Brugge at the Hotel Salvators. Located right in the centre of town, but on a quiet street, a 15-minute walk from the train station, the location can't be beat.
The hotel is actually a beautiful house, owned and caringly renovated by Philip, the owner. The staff were always friendly and helpful, and seem to speak several languages, including english. They also have several bicycles available to rent (very affordable, 5 Eu / day), in my opinion, the best way to see Brugge and the surrounding countryside.
Unique Quality: The room we stayed in was just amazing! With a 'power' bed (adjustable head and foot heights), gas fireplace in the bedroom, full kitchen, pull-out crib available, and huge bathroom, with pulsing shower massage. The ceilings were vaulted, with the original wooden beams criss-crossing, giving a beautiful rustic appearance. New carpets, gorgeous paint combinations, and all the little things that make a difference, like sunken pot lighting in 6 different parts of the room. One of the windows looked out onto the garden and Koi pond in the back yard, very nice!
Breakfast was included, held in a beautiful seating area with a roaring fireplace. Great selection of cereals, milk, juice, teas, coffee, yogurt, ham and cheese, 4 types of still-warm bread, jams and honey, and probably more I'm forgetting. There was also free internet access, and a cozy bar to sip drinks and chat in the evenings.
Directions: Generally, upon leaving the train station, walk left about 10 minutes to the fountain and T'zand (plaza). Turn right down the main shopping street (Zuidzandstr), walk a mere 2 short blocks and turn right, it's at the far corner of the block.
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Address: St.-Salvatorskerkhof 17, Bruges, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium