Hotel de Orangerie

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Classic decor on the Rei canal in Bruges

Hotel de Orangerie

Hotel de Orangerie fully embraces the look and spirit of historic Bruges, the romantic hot spot of choice. The compact city is a treasure trove of valuable estates within a small area that can easily be crossed on foot or by bicycle. In 2000 UNESCO declared the entire inner-city to be a world heritage site, a rarity in Europe. Located in a former convent that dates from the 15th century, De Orangerie is a hotel where history, romance and modern luxury become one. A tempting combination of antiquities, opulent furnishings and perfect care. The salon with its open fireplace is reminiscent of an old English manor. The hotel overlooks the enchanting rei (canal) Den Dijver.

Enjoy Afternoon Tea on the terrace overlooking the water

Restaurant Salon

A delicious breakfast menu is served in the beautifully decorated breakfast room or on the terrace. There is a choice of delicatessen, cheeses, salmon, yogurt, fresh rolls and Danish, jams, fruit salads, fresh fruit and of course a number of varied egg dishes. Your breakfast is accompanied by fresh tea, coffee and fruit juices to your taste. The intimate romantic setting of the bar is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a glass of wine from the extensive wine list, or a good glass of beer or champagne.


Historic 15th century monastery
Open fireplace and antiques
In Bruges city centre
Tripadvisor Travellers' Choice 2022
Terrace overlooking the canal "De Dijver"


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Grand Market

The lively Grand Market is a 3-minute walk away.

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Centre of Bruges

The historical centre of Bruges is UNESCO world heritage since 2000.

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Bell tower

The medieval bell tower also known as Bruges' belfry is located on the main market.

A true oasis of elegance.

‘’ A true oasis of elegance, overflowing with engravings, old paintings, tapestries, silk curtains and antiques. ‘’- Babette Bouillon

 Hostess: Babette Bouillon