Leonardo Hotel Brugge

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Chartreuseweg 20, (formerly Novotel), Bruges, West Flanders, 8200, Belgium
Leonardo Hotel Brugge
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90%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
22%
25
Very Good
44%
50
Average
24%
27
Poor
7%
8
Terrible
1%
2

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 25% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families69
  • Couples61
  • Solo50
  • Business35

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Forum Posts

Nice B&B

by travellie

Hello! Does any one know of a nice, not too expensive B&B in Brugge?

Thanks!

Ellie

Re: Nice B&B

by unaS

I had a very good experience in Brugge.

Monique, the owner of the B&B I was staying at met me as arranged at the train station. An extraordinarily kind person, she also took a couple that I had met on the train to their hotel despite road works requiring a long detour.

Also very good reviews on Trip Advisor.

A few minutes pleasant stroll from Grote Market, Burg Square and the centre of town. Located on a narrow residential street it is quiet and pleasant.

It is an entire duplex flat, the stairs are steep and narrow. Very large but somewhat overloaded with 'knick-knacks". A bit kitchy for my taste, but not displeasing.

The kitchen is fully supplied. The bathroom location a bit awkward for more than a single person. One must close off half the flat to have any privacy.

The bed is a large double and comfortable, there is also a single bed in the opposite corner. The bedroom is large and pleasing with a skylight and open wooden rafters. Good strong private lights for each side of the bed. Clock radio provided.

Very clean and well kept.

The owner is a very friendly and helpful person. She is willing to pick up visitors at the train station.
One can take the flat with or without breakfast.

Phone: + 32(0)50 34 59 59
Address: Schrijversstraat 7
Directions: Walking distance Ezelpoort Gate.

Website: http://www.hotel-base.com/en/178684/gastenkamer-monique-den-hert-brugge.html
NOTE: The photo on this site is NOT the Gastenkamer Monique den Hert!

Other Contact: Email: monique.denhert@skynet.be

Map: http://www.intellitravel.eu/be/brugge/bed-and-breakfast/gastenkamer-monique-den-hert-bed-breakfast.html

Re: Nice B&B

by vpeter

Hi Ellie, here you can find accomodation in Brugge:
http://www.brugge.be/internet/en/index.htm

Have a nice time in this beautiful city.

peter

Travel Tips for Brugge

In Brugges

by sourbugger

In Brugges is the name of film that did moderately well, although the dialogue would be little difficult to decipher if you can't get your head around a strong Dublin accent. The plot basically revolves around two small time gangsters hiding out in Brugge. The earthy dialogue is strong, grim and engaging. A couple of examples are given below :

Early on in the film :

Ray: Bruges is a ***hole.
Ken: Bruges *is* not a ***hole.
Ray: Bruges *is* a ***hole.
Ken: Ray, we only just got off the ***ing train! Could we reserve judgement on Bruges until we've seen the ***ing place?

Then later on at the prime tourist site :

Ken: Coming up?
Ray: What's up there?
Ken: The view.
Ray: The view of what? The view of down here? I can see that down here.
Ken: Ray, you are about the worst tourist in the whole world.
Ray: Ken, I grew up in Dublin. I love Dublin. If I grew up on a farm, and was retarded, Bruges might impress me but I didn't, so it doesn't.

... take a horse drawn...

by edgarvnl

... take a horse drawn carriage ride through the narrow streets. Starting from the Markt, or main square, this hour-long excursion will take you along the quaint back streets of Brugge. Highlights include a stop at the beautiful Beguinage -- a 16th century convent that still houses 12 sisters -- and a leisurely trot along the peaceful canals. This may well be the ideal way to begin your discovery of Brugge, as it provides a quick and informational overview (the drivers are fonts of local history) of the place. Waking up early in the morning and walking the deserted cobblestoned streets. Without the noise and confusion of the daily tourist circus, you could well picture yourself in the 11th century.

Do a boattrip on the canals....

by annelies77

Do a boattrip on the canals. You really get another view than you have from the streets. Yes, it's very turistic, but it's really worth it. A trip by horsecoach is offered too, but it doesn't bring you anywhere you can't get by foot. To my humble opinion a trip by boat is much more interesting.

Unhelpful Signage

by johngayton

I'm not quite sure what this is all about.

Most tourist destinations have signage that directs you to the main places of interest and the useful stuff such as where the railway station is. Here in Brugge though all the signs seemed to only give directions to the various hotels - maybe I was being a bit short-sighted and didn't notice the others but every sign I saw was similar to the one pictured.

I assume these are paid for by the hotels signed and not provided by the local tourist office??

Hmmm....

Brugge 2002 : the new...

by filipdebont

Brugge 2002 : the new Concertbuilding at the Zand. I am really cultural minded, and I think it is great to do something for the development of culture, but I am not so happy with the spot they have choosen to build this temple of culture. Before it was build, you had a splendid view from this big square (the Zand) with lots of green and trees. And now when you look from a distance, it is just as the build a big factory at the edge of the square.

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Address: Chartreuseweg 20, (formerly Novotel), Bruges, West Flanders, 8200, Belgium