Hotel Prinsenhof is located in the heart of Bruges. Housed in a 20th-century mansion with a characteristic façade, Prinsenhof is managed by the five-star Dukes’ Palace Hotel, which is across the street. Just a stone’s throw away from the market square of Bruges and a 10-minute walk from the Beguinage, the hotel is a good starting point for exploring the iconic attractions of the “Venice of the North”.
The stylishly furnished rooms have all that is needed for an enjoyable stay. The classic rooms have a view of the patio. All rooms are air-conditioned and fully equipped with laptop-compatible safes, flat-screen TVs, desks, hairdryers and spacious bathrooms. The Executive rooms are more spacious and also have rainshowers.
For a bite to eat, guests can head go to the neighbouring hotel; the Dukes Restaurant offers Belgian classic dishes and international favourites with a modern twist. A heated terrace is also available.
The American breakfast buffet is served in Hotel Dukes’ Palace - across the street from Hotel Prinsenhof - from 7:30 am to 10:30am on weekdays and from 7:30am to 11am on weekends and during school holidays.
The Dukes’ Palace has a wellness center that features a sauna, steam bath, and a gym. Massages are available on site (for a fee and subject to availability).
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Groupon’s Guide To Bruges
With numerous market squares, medieval brick buildings and canals, Bruges takes travellers for a leap through time back to the Middle Ages of north-west Belgium.
The historic centre of Bruges has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as Gothic landmarks such as the Town Hall and The Church of Our Lady illustrate significant stages in the commercial and cultural fields in medieval Europe. The artistic heritage is present throughout Groeninge Museum, housing six centuries of Flemish and Belgian paintings, while the Bruges Art Route may be the star of a cycling tour through the city’s growing collection of paintings, sculptures and works-in-progress. Visitors with a sweet tooth will find chocolate-filled display windows all over town, and the Choco-Story provides an insight into the history and making of this cocoa treat.
Weather in the medieval city of Bruges consists of a moderate climate, with hot summers and colder winters. The best season to visit Bruges is summer, with an average temperature range between 13-21°C. August is considered the hottest month, but the temperature hardly climbs to 22°C. The colder season starts in September but becomes unpredictable in late December and January; Bruges gets some shorter days with a very poor level of sunshine during this period.