18 Flemish hotels found
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De Witte Lelie * * * *
16-18, Keizerstraat , B-2000 , Antwerp
A real gem in the diamond city of Antwerp, De Witte Lelie sparkles with style. Originally three 17th century gabled townhouses, this delightfully classic hotel, with its striking white fade and chic, contemporary interiors, includes 10 superbly comfortable suites, elegant salons and a picturesque city garden.
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Manoir du Dragon * * * *
73, Albertlaan , B-8300 , Knokke
Overlooking the Royal Zoute Golf and surrounded by beautiful gardens, this charming manor, dated from 1927, has been entirely transformed by Mrs. Vanhollebeke, to a superb 4-star small luxury hotel.
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The Pand Hotel * * * * L
16, Pandreitje , B-8000 , Bruges
The Pand Hotel is Bruges at its best: scenic, historic, and classic throughout. On top of it all, youll enjoy the kind of service only family-run establishments can provide.
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Die Swaene Hotel * * * *
Steenhouwersdijk , B-8000 , Bruges
Overlooking a canal in the very heart of Bruges historical centre, Die Swaene Hotel is a romantic and peaceful haven with many surprising extras. An indoor swimming pool, a new spa and a glass Pergola Kaffee restaurant form a pleasing contrast to the old-world charm of this 18th century townhouse.
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Hotel de Tuilerie * * * * L
7, Dijver , B-8000 , Bruges
Once a 15th-century residence, the Hotel de Tuilerie maintains all its original charm, warmth, and luxury. Overlooking the lovely canal of the Den Dijver, The Hotel de Tuilerie enjoys status as an UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Martin's Klooster * * * *
22, Predikherenstraat , B-3000 , Leuven
A listed building dating from the 16th century, at the Martins Klooster no two rooms are alike. Each of the 40 rooms has its own charm and cachet: for example, it has two tower rooms in the roof, a suite that follows the paved alleyway that borders the hotel, and on the ground floor spacious rooms with a garden view. All the rooms are vast and luminous, and the stained-glass windows are equipped with shutters that offer discretion in summer and warm in winter. An individually-controlled air conditioning system in each room makes it possible to maintain the temperature at an optimum level throughout the year.
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Hotel Jan Brito * * * *
1, Freren Fonteinstraat , B-8000 , Bruges
Quietly situated in the heart of Bruges: 20 meters from the most romantic and picturesque canals, 200 meters from the Burg square (City Hall) and Marketplace (Belfry), the Hotel Jan Brito is a 16th century listed building, now a luxury hotel with every comfort. Much more than the exterior has been preserved. This impressive mansion has been tastefully refurbished, conserving unique decorations from former centuries: marble mantelpieces, paintings, oak staircase, exposed oak beams.
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Gasthof Groenhove * * *
30, Gulden Peerdenstraat , B-8310 , Bruges
Gasthof Groenhove is an oasis of peace within walking distance of the historic centre, that wont leave any visitor indifferent. The hotel is an old, charming villa and has six comfortable rooms with bathroom (some with bath, most with walk-in showers), telephone, mini-bar, safe, wireless internet and TV. The limited number of rooms guarantees a personal welcome and a family atmosphere. The rooms vary in size, and are elegant and romantically furnished. Most of the rooms have lovely large windows overlooking the gardens which surround the hotel.
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Kempinski Hotel Dukes Palace Bruges * * * * *
8, Prinsenhof , B-8000 , Bruges
The Prinsenhof founded by Duke Philip the Good in 1429 and former royal residence is a unique portal to the past. Kempinski Hotel Dukes Palace Bruges will rouse your senses from the moment you step into the lobby.
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Hotel Heritage * * * *
11, Niklaas Desparsstraat , B-8000 , Bruges
Built as a private mansion in 1869, later in the hands of bankers, this magnificent 19th century classical building has been renovated and converted into the H?tel Heritage. The house has a cellar dating back to the XIV century, of which stones are now displayed at the museum of the archaeological society. You will enjoy a perfect blend of luxurious accommodation and personal service.
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