A wellness center with a Turkish bath located in 14th-, 16th- and 17th-century cellars
A great, central location near Bruges’ main shopping street and historical highlights
What To Know
There’s a restaurant for breakfast and a lounge serving Belgian beers and wines, but you’ll have to go out for lunch and dinner
Parking must be reserved in advance and is an additional cost
Parking on site
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Romantic hotel beside medieval buildings and glimmering canals that combines rich history and modern luxury
The luxurious Grand Hotel Casselbergh was created out of three historical residences of centuries’ worth of leading citizens and local aristocracy. Originally known as Casselbergh, Zeven Torens, and Fransch Schildt, they retrain the elegance of their genteel age, and have been complemented by a new wing in the rear. The 118 rooms combine modern conveniences with the 18th-century charm of Bruges. Breakfast is an inviting continental buffet—or it’s served in your room if you’ve found the ambience too romantic to get up—and in the evening the scene moves to the hotel bar, which has a variety of Belgian beers on tap and other spirits to get things flowing before guests head out to some of Bruges’ top restaurants, as recommended by the concierge.
In the Area
One of Belgium’s (if not Europe’s) most beautiful cities, the medieval city of Bruges positively drips with magic and romance. The well-preserved city center of this “Venice of the North,” as it is known, has earned a UNESCO designation. Historium Bruges allows guests to visit a re-creation of medieval times—and now sells tickets that include a tasting of Belgian beers. Bruges Ballooning offers aerial tours over the city in its modern-day incarnation. Further afield, the steamship Lamme Goedzak takes guests on a half-hour cruise to the charming village of Damme.