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Highly recommended! My husband and I LOVED Hotel Patritius! The building itself was beautifully historic and had a ton of charm. Beds were comfortable, wifi worked and everything was clean. Breakfast was a standard European continental breakfast (toast, croissants, meats, cheese, fruit, yogurt, etc) with...More
We stayed for one night as we were arriving a bit later in the evening via EuroStar. All staff were very professional and gave us a warm welcome on arrival and at breakfast. It is very well situated and close enough to the main town...More
My wife and I stayed at this hotel for one night in late April of 2018. We stayed in a quirky little room on the top floor (two twin beds). The hotel appears to be an old home, which comes with all of the associated...More
We arrived very early in Bruges and the hotel was accommodating and allowed us to park while we toured the town. They even checked on our room to see if it was ready. We reserved a Superior Double Room. We were on the second floor,...More
Nice central hotel. Very well located. Family run, very helpful before we arrived. We had some issues with booking and they sorted them without question. Would go back. Breakfast was tasty and worth getting. Decent price for Bruges.
As I mentioned on my Aug. 5 review, the taxi that the owner of the Patritius hotel cost 7.8 euros without tip to take us to the train station. If you have not been in Bruges before you may consider that it is full of... More
As I mentioned on my Aug. 5 review, the taxi that the owner of the Patritius hotel cost 7.8 euros without tip to take us to the train station. If you have not been in Bruges before you may consider that it is full of cobblestone streets and the sidewalks were crowded making any walk with luggage a bit challenging. BTW, I totally loved the city.