The Markt is dominated on one side by the bell tower of Belfort, which belfry is 83 mt high.
Raised between the XIII and the XV century, Belfort represents the symbol of Bruges. In a room inside the tower are kept all the statutes and acts of the city council, which remind us of the prosperous commercial period of Bruges. A spiral staircase leads to the top, from where one can enjoy a magnificent view of the city.
Once built as a private mansion in 1869 and later in the hands of bankers, this magnificent 19th century classical building has been renovated and con [...]
The Pand Hotel is decorated with Ralph Lauren fabrics, antiques and art objects. It is just a 5-minute walk away from the Market Square and is situate [...]
Martin’s Brugge is situated just behind the famous 13th-century Belfry and 170 metres from the Grote Markt. It benefits from a terrace and a cocktai [...]
Featuring a heated outdoor pool with terrace, Leonardo Hotel Brugge is surrounded by woodland. A 10-minute drive from Bruges, it offers free parking, [...]
Hotel Navarra is housed in an elegant 17th-century mansion, a 3-minute walk from the central Market Square and the Belfry of Bruges. It offers free ac [...]
Boat Hotel De Barge is a unique hotel in Bruges which floats on the Bruges-Ghent Canal, 600 metres from Bruges Railway Station. It offers a fine dinin [...]
Hotel Albert I is situated next to an underground parking garage on ‘t Zand and is set within a 10-minute walk from the Market Square and the Belfry [...]