The city of Bruges is a magical place, its great renown dating back farther than a whole millennium. Ever since the year 1050 it has been known as a home and meeting place for merchants, artists and royalty alike. Its historical city centre, declared World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 1999, was mostly built during the Middle Ages, and many of its buildings have been restored and rebuilt in their original neogothic style.  These days, the “Venice of the North” is known not only for its unique charm and influence in European culture, but also for being a safe, lively city that welcomes its visitors with open arms.

While in Bruges’ city centre, you will come upon the Heritage Bruges, a 5-star hotel boutique that is a paradise for travellers who seek the comforts of home despite the distance. After all, what is better than feeling at home while away from it? This hotel’s proposal is exceptional: luxurious Louis XVI rooms, sumptuous breakfasts, splendid dinners, a relaxing spa and a wondrous city to explore. Located inside a building whose first written mentions date back from 1390, the interior, redesigned by Louis Delacenserie in 1869 houses 22 rooms to choose for your stay. The classical and deluxe rooms feature the warm Louis XVI décor and a marble bathroom, and the deluxe suites include a cosy living room. The Junior suites, on the other hand, are furnished in a contemporary style, and feature elegant living rooms and bubble baths. Located on the uppermost storey, these suites also keep the original structure’s wooden beams and have a privileged access to the roof solarium, as well as views to the City Theatre or the Belfry Tower.

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At your arrival to the hotel, dinner will be ready at the Mystique, the hotel’s signature restaurant run by Gregory Slembrouck, a culinary rising star. The menu, 3 or 4 courses long, incorporates French and Belgian plates with influences from all over the world, and is accompanied by the best wines and liquor that the region has to offer. After a good night’s rest, Bruges awaits, but not before a splendorous breakfast: the Deluxe breakfast includes a bottle of champagne, cheese board and cold cuts, freshly baked bread, seasonal fruits and a cup of the most delicious Belgian chocolate.  Upon your return to the hotel, after a day of basking in the city’s magnificence, the spa Le Moment will be at the ready, with a steam room, hammam and sauna prepared for your relaxation.

So, when you plan your next trip to Belgium, do not skip your stop at the city of Bruges: Heritage Bruges awaits you on the Niklas Desparsstraat 11, 8000 Brugge, eager to provide you with an unforgettable experience.

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