Premier Hotel Navarra

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

St-Jakobsstraat 41, Bruges, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium

6 Reviews

Hotel Navarra
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  • Families95
  • Couples91
  • Solo91
  • Business100
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    Who Would Think It's A Best Western?


    Who would think that I would travel all the way across the ocean and then drive from London to Belgium to stay in a Best Western? Most definitely not me! However... I did!
    I was quite impressed by the quality of the hotel, as Best Western's are not credited with being fantastic hotels in North America. The staff were friendly and we spent a great deal of time in the evening in their Jazz Bar "The Duke" making friends with the lovely Bartender who wanted to keep me.
    More than anything I remember that fantastic bar and the friendly bartender who made us smile and turned a blind eye when I snuck away a menu covered in jazz legends to bring home.
    The guestroom was comfortable and relatively large by European standards and the bathroom was modern. We only spent one night, but the hotel was beautiful and we were pleased with the accomodations.

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    Great location and facilities


    Lovely location right in the centre (but rather difficult to find by car).

    Great rooms, friendly staff.

    The breakfast was exceptional.

    In the cellar is a pool and a brand new sauna that gets little used. Great to warm up on those winter evenings.

    Unique Quality: Cellar Pool.

  • Pleasant Hotel in Brugge


    Unlike Bluming, We found on our stay in Feb 2004 that all the staff were charming and helpful, and the TVs worked.
    Breakfast was fine for Northern Europe (you have to go to Spain for a really good breakfast buffet)
    We would go again, and recommend it.

    Unique Quality: Pool and Health Club free to residents

  • If you want quiet, this isn't it


    This is a very old and lovely hotel. One draw back is that the rooms facing the street are in front of a cinema and bar. This seems to be the local hang out and things don't start cracking until 10. Even with the windows closed, it is like trying to sleep in the middle of the bar. The night staff member was extremely sympathetic and found us another room. In both rooms the remote for the TV did not work and when you got a station, the volume could only be adjusted up to a certain level. Guess they knew that their rooms were not sound proofed. When the remote did work, it would get stuck on the porn channel. My daughter was with me and it embarassed us both and then we could not turn the TV off! LOL We decided to buy a movie and could not get it to work as well but were charged for it. When bringing it to the attention of the desk clerk the next day, she became very argumentative and demanded that we pay for the movie we did not watch. The room included a breakfast buffet which was very good. The beds were comfortable.There is no on premise restaurant. Taxi fare to the train station was about 5 euros. I found all of the hotel staff to be very rude and snotty with the exception of the night clerk. Customer service was almost non-existant. I would not stay here again. The one good thing about this place was it's location. It was very close to the city center.

    Unique Quality: There was a sauna/fitness center, but we did not use it. There was live jazz piano music in the bar.

    Directions: City Center

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    Hotel Navarra


    The Navarra was a great stay and in a good location....a short walk to the town square and all the bars/restaurants....throw in the connection to BW and you have a hotel that is easy to reserve at the last minute (which is the way I typically travel)....

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    Hotel Navarra.


    for a double room with breakfast, approx. 60 US Dollar or 70 EURO

    Unique Quality: a perfect service and location, a hotel from the chain 'Best Western'

    Directions: Ezelstraat - Brugge
    perfect location, in the historic center of the town.

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above average but not a four star

by TripAdvisor Member alexia05

the hotel was not bad but it had some negative points. let's start with the good points. the room is very big and clean. the hotel is very close to the grote market.
the bad points are: firstly, it is over-priced. i paid 143 euros a night and i must say it was not worth that much. i travel very frequently and i never pay that much for a room and i usually stay in better quality hotels than this one. for example, i stayed a couple of days later at the renaissance in brussels for 100 euros a night and it was not comparable. of course, i must say all the hotels in brugge are expensive for some reason. i don't understand why. this is the reason i picked this one because it was one of the cheaper 4 -stars. of course i don't know why it is a 4-star, maybe because of the pool? the main problems of this hotel are that the breakfast is very poor and the public areas like the lounge. it doesn't have that 4-star feel. i think if they charged a little less it would be a very good choice, not 143 euros. the parking was good though. only 13 euros a night which is not bad.
so overall i would say, if you get a better rate than i did, go. if not look at some other choices.

Hotel Navarra is Excellent

by TripAdvisor Member powerpointwine

This really is an excellent hotel that is centrally situated for seeing all the sights in Bruges.

It is literally 3 minutes walk from the main market yet situated in a quiet street.

The rooms are spacious and clean. I would have no hesitation in using this hotel again.

Breakfasts are substantial with some cooked and plenty continental style. Bar is friendly and every drink is served with cake and chocolates!! Prices are not too bad neither.

Good Location - nothing special about rooms

by TripAdvisor Member CathyGB

We stayed at the hotel for 3 days in March. We booked a Eurostar break which included the train and hotel. The hotel is located very close to the main square which is a great advantage. We had a very small room on the 2nd floor but it was recently renovated and very clean. Decor is brown and cream and very much a business hotel type room with trouser press! The bed was a standard double - mattress not very comfortable. Shower in the bathroom is over the bath with no shower curtain but a wall either side - still possible to soak the floor if you are not careful. Not great water pressure. We had an external fire escape outside our window and each morning at 7am several builders would walk outside our bedroom windows to climb the scafolding to begin work. They did not talk, but the noise of their boots on a metal walkway may wake you up! Some of the rooms are still being renovated - not sure how long this will take. One morning there was no hot water- reception provided a key to another room for the use of the bathroom. This room was on the main corridor and was at least twice the size of our room! If you can afford to - upgrade to a larger room. Breakfast was buffet type with bread, cheese and 2 cereals. Hot food was scrambled eggs and sausages and boiled eggs. Did not eat any hot food - looked rather dry. Only 30% occupancy during our stay- so very quiet. Goes up at weekends. Ask for a tea tray at reception - nowhere else to get a hot drink outside ot breakfast hours. Bar very quiet most nights- should stay open till 12am but barman usually closed it by 11pm and went home! Not a happy type! In conclusion - an average hotel in a good location with helpful staff, but if you want some luxury and atmosphere, stay somewhere else.

Lovely Hotel

by TripAdvisor Member Flanjee

We stayed at the hotel between the 31 March-3 April for a long weekend.

The staff were really friendly and very helpful. The room we stayed in was basic, but clean. The bed was very comfortable and the bathroom was a decent size.

The location was perfect as it was a 2 minute walk to the main Market Square. The hotel had a list of resturants that were highly recommended, and we picked two, which were really nice. You have to try Carlitio's and the Indian resturant.

The hotel made the holiday that extra special and we would definately stay there when we go back.

Mr & Mrs Sidhu


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Address: St-Jakobsstraat 41, Bruges, West Flanders, 8000, Belgium