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The Pand Hotel
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The Pand Hotel is housed in a former carriage house dating back to the 18th century.
It was transformed into an exclusive boutique hotel featuring 26 rooms and suites.

The hotel is located in a quiet side street of the Rozenhoedkaai, Bruges’ most photographed place.
The Market Square, The Burg Square, the canals, the museums, the shops… are all within walking distance.

The Pand Hotel is the proud holder of various awards.
In addition to the favourable reviews by journalists from all over the world, the hotel enjoys numerous extremely positive comments from its guests.

Art objects, exquisite fabrics, precious antiques, a charming atmosphere and an impeccable service characterise this hidden gem.

A luxury address par excellence for an unforgettable stay.


Total amount of rooms: 26


Adapted toilet not (or not easily) accessible
Adapted lift for people with disabilities
Access to rooms not (or not easily) accessible
Entrance not (or not easily) accessible

Other facilities

Car park or garage (on request) (paying)
Bicycle parking (free)
Bar or café
Children's beds
Family rooms
Reception (24/7)
Garden open to guests or visitors
Laundry service

Getting there

PANDREITJE 16, 8000 Brugge

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Nearest bus stop:

Nearest station:
Station Brugge

Nearest parking:
Pandreitje car park

The Pand Hotel

PANDREITJE 16, 8000 Brugge

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