The Pand Hotel, an 18th century carriage house, has been converted to a 26-bedroom boutique hotel. The Pand Hotel is situated in the heart of Bruges, in a quiet street just steps away from the historic Market Place, Burg Square, the canal, museums and boutiques. The deluxe hotel is recommended by journalists around the world for its charm and refined, cosy atmosphere.
The charming hotel The Pand is owned by the family Stuyts and you will be welcomed by an enthusiastic and dedicated team, managed by Katelijne Haelters. This unique lifestyle hotel has been decorated in a very distinguished and elegant way, using original antiques, objects of art and opulent fabrics, creating an intimate and cosy atmosphere for its guests.
Hotel The Pand reveals its charm in a typical private mansion from the 18th century and is situated in one of the most tranquil corners of Bruges, only few steps away from the canals.
This authentic carriage house has been stylishly transformed into a luxury boutique hotel with a delicate and skilful interpretation of each living space. Original antiques and unique objects of art, create an interior full of charm and character expressing a timeless, elegant and comfortable atmosphere. In the library guests can relax by the open fire,. … The pine panelled walls and old wooden floors give the lounges the singular elegance of an English house and the refined variety of an art lover room, between hundreds of old books, several Louis Vuitton suitcases, old framed deeds, wooden collectables… The bar, in dark and aubergine colours, with its mahogany furniture, leather chesterfield armchair and lighting by Jacques Garcia, lights up at nightfall in a cosy and nostalgic atmosphere.
All 26 bedrooms have been individually decorated and offer the modern comfort that the discerning traveller expects: air conditioning, free WIFI, telephone, minibar, flat screen, clock radio, DVD, safe, marble or granite bathrooms with hairdryer and magnifying mirror. The wonderful Junior Suites are decorated with the stunning Ralph Lauren fabrics. They include a jacuzzi, high quality body care products of Hermès. Baldaquin, canopies and testers give to each room a unique charm.
Full cooked breakfast with waiter service and champagne is served upon white linen table cloths, napkins with embroidered initials and silver teapots. Eggs are prepared according to your wishes on granny's AGA stove.
The Pand Hotel provides its guests with all the services of an international deluxe hotel… and with all the care and surprises of a private mansion in a blend of intimacy and cordiality.
Be our guest and enjoy this discreet luxury.
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Please fill this form for individuals or for groups and you shall receive an answer written by a live person at The Pand Hotel. This is the only way you can know exactly what room types are available for the dates you want, an the best possible rate, because you are dealing directly with the hotel. Bear in mind that websites set up to give an automatic answer, work with allocated quotas given by the hotel, therefore when it appears there are no rooms available for the date you want, this is not necessarily true. Plus they charge the hotel a commission which is normally around 20% of the room rate.
Pandreitje 16 8000 Brugge − Belgium
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The charming Hotel The Pand has an ideal location. It is situated in the very heart of Bruges, yet in a very quiet street. The Market Square, Burg Square and the canals (Dyver) are just a few steps away.
Within walking distance, you will find the most important museums of Bruges, such as the Groeningemuseum (with the collection of the paintings of the Flemish Primitives of the 15th Century). Also the very trendy shops with exclusive brands are in the immediate neighbourhood.
There is a nice collection from all kind of restaurants (from bistros up to the 3 star Michelin restaurant ‘De Karmeliet’ ) at a few steps away from the hotel.
Belgium disposes of a very good train and bus transport system. So Bruges can easily be reached from all European cities.
If you come by car, the motorway E40 will bring you to Bruges straight away. Since there are only one way streets in Bruges, we would advise you to have a closer look at the route description.
There is a public car park at the end of the street. But we also have limited private parking facilities for our guests. If you need one, please make sure to reserve in advance.
The Thalys connects Brussels with Amsterdam, Paris and Cologne. Trains leave and arrive at ‘Brussels South’ (Gare du Midi / Brussel-Zuid).
The Eurostar connects London with ‘Brussels South’. The trip takes 2hrs and 45min.
Trains from ‘Brussels South’ to Bruges (the train with final destination Ostend) leave every 5 minutes past and 26 minutes past the hour.
You can find the timetables of the trains from different European cities towards Bruges on the ‘railway-website’ of Belgium.
Once in Bruges, you can take a taxi from the trainstation towards The Pand Hotel. The cost of the taxi will be approximately €10.
We can also reserve a taxi from towards Brussels airport. This trip will cost €175 (one way).
International Brussels Airport is about 1h30mins away from Bruges by train. We could order a taxi to come and pick you up at the airport. The cost would be €175 (one way).
Brussels South Charleroi Airport
Ryanair and Wizzair offer cheaper flights into Belgium, but you arrive at Brussels South Charleroi Airport. From there, there is a direct bus connection to the Brussels Railway station. From the Brussels Railway station there is a train to Bruges twice an hour. We can also arrange a taxi from the Brussels Charleroi airport to The Pand Hotel at about €260 (one way).
International Airport Ostend - Bruges
There are also flights towards the International Airport of Ostend-Bruges. We could arrange a taxi to pick you up at the airport at the rate of €75 (one way).
Hull & Ramsgate (UK) - Zeebrugge & Oostende (B)
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Hull (UK) - Zeebrugge (B)
P&O North Sea Ferries has a daily connection from Hull to Zeebrugge. We can book a taxi from the ferry terminal in Zeebrugge to The Pand Hotel at the rate of €50 (one way).
Dover (UK) - Calais (F)
There is a very good connection between Dover (UK) and Calais (F). From Calais you can drive to Bruges in 1h. You could also catch a train from the train station in Calais Frethun to Bruges. That would takes 2h30mins.
The hotel facilities include an intimate lounge, library, cosy and romantic bar, internet corner, free wifi throughout the hotel, a country style breakfast room where a full cooked breakfast with fresh and healthy products is served with waiter service and Champagne. Eggs are prepared according to your wishes on the AGA stove.
Each room is beautifully decorated with great care and attention to detail and offer the highest standards of comfort. The Jr Suites and Mastersuite are individually decorated with stunning fabrics of Ralph Lauren. Be our guest and enjoy this discrete luxury.
Before leaving for Bruges you might not have had the time to purchase that special gift you wanted to offer while staying in Bruges. We can have it ready upon your arrival. Please let us know, we can purchase this on your behalf, have it gift wrapped and will join your personal message.
We welcome children of all ages and will go out of our way to make them feel really at home. Our Junior Suites have sofas which can be turned into extra comfortable extra beds. Bruges has many sights and attractions which can excite children: boat trips, horse & carriage rides, bike tours, visit the Folklore museum, Bambinoland, Chocolate Museum, Boudewijn Seapark Dolfinarium, the coast… Just contact reception in order to organise your day.
The name Bruges was first found in the 9th century on coins. Then the name was spelt ‘Bryghia’, a Celtic word which means ‘quay’, since an estuary ‘Het Zwin’ arose by multiple floods.
The link with the sea was the beginning of the economical prosperity of Bruges in the Middle Ages. We could call the 15th century ‘The Golden Age’ of Bruges. The Dukes of Burgundy made Bruges their main residence and attracted a large number of artists. This resulted in beautiful buildings and the heydays for painters of the Flemish School of Primitive Painting.
From the 16th until the 19th century, Bruges (Flanders) was occupied by the Austrians, the Frenchmen and the Dutchmen. With the independence of Belgium in 1830, gradually an economical and cultural revival occurred.
Bruges became cultural capital in 2002 and was declared world heritage by the UNESCO.
Tourism is for Bruges the main source of income.
Bruges has been proclaimed world heritage by UNESCO and there are lots of good reasons for that. Like no other, the historic town centre with its alleys, mansions, churches, canals and museums is so well preserved.
It is a very romantic place, where it's great to live and walk around. But it is also a vibrant, modern and lively city with all modern comfort one would expect in the 21st century. Past and present are mixed in a very harmonious way.
Hotel The Pand is situated in a quiet street in the historic town centre, only a few steps away from the canals, Burg and Market Square, museums and shopping. From the hotel you go to the Burg Square, the administrative heart of the city. The Burg square is a showcase of different European architectural styles. The relic with the blood of Christ is being kept in the Basilica of the Holy Blood in Romanesque style. On the same square, also the Town Hall (Gothic style) and the former Court of Justice in Neo-Classicist style are situated.
Through the Breidelstraat you walk to the Market Square, the former trade centre of the city, which is dominated by the presence of the Belfry Tower. The Belfry with its carillon was the symbol of independence of the people of Bruges. On the top of the tower you have a panoramic view over the city.
Wednesday is market day.
We welcome children of all ages and we do anything to make them feel at home. Bruges has many sights and attractions which can excite children such as: