A storied building with a long past, the Hotel De Tuilerieën offers historic design elements mixed with modern amenities. Stroll along the Dijver Canal, spend time at the spa or take the short walk to Bruges’s museums, restaurants and shops.
Hotel The Peellaert
Centrally located in Bruges, Hotel The Peellaert combines historic design elements with easy access to the main sights, making it a convenient base for your visit to the city. The building was originally the residence of Baron de Peellaert during the 18th century, but was refurbished in the 21st century as a boutique hotel. Many historical details were retained, such as original wood and marble flooring, ornate chandeliers and the intricate friezes lining the ceiling.
The lounge offers another look into the building’s past — among the vaulted ceilings, fireplaces, handmade furniture and floral decorated upholstery you’ll find portraits hanging of the previous families who lived in the residence. You can enjoy a drink in this classic room, or head outside to the terrace in the manicured garden.
The hotel, which only allows guests 18 and over, offers 50 spacious rooms that combine classic design features with modern comforts like Wi-Fi and air conditioning. It also boasts a wellness area with a spa, fitness room, hammam and steam room.
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The 50 rooms and suites are divided into four categories, with the main difference between them being the size of the room. The smallest is the Quality room, then the Executive room, Deluxe room and the largest, the Junior suite. The Executive rooms have an additional seating area, while the Deluxe rooms and Junior suites have a more classical feel with high ceilings, original frescoes and elegant chandeliers.
The rooms are all equipped with modern amenities, such as en suite bathrooms, air conditioning, Wi-Fi, espresso machines, minibars and flat-screen TVs.
Hotel The Peellaert is centrally located in the historic district near Bruges’s highlights and a wide variety of shops and restaurants. It’s about a five-minute walk to Burg Square, Market Square and Jan Van Eyck Square, and a 15-minute walk to Lake of Love and the Bruges begijnhof. The train station is about a 15-minute tram ride from the hotel.
Food and drink
- A buffet breakfast is served daily in the dining room, along with á la carte options.
- There’s a hotel bar that offers Belgian beers, wine and cocktails from 12:30pm-10:45pm. Drinks may be served on the outdoor terrace during warmer months.
Facilities and activities
- Small but modern fitness room
- Spa offering a variety of treatments and massages
- Steam room, hammam and relaxation area
- Laundry service
- Outdoor terrace
- 24-hour reception
The building contains an elevator that accesses all floors. Wheelchair accessible rooms are available on request.
We like how easy it is to explore Bruges by foot from this spacious, comfortable and adult-focused property.
Places & hotels on the map
Alternative places to stay nearby
Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favourite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
An elegant hotel in central Bruges, Hotel Dukes’ Palace offers a luxe base for exploring the city. Take in the historic architecture, stroll through the sprawling garden, spend time at the spa and enjoy the generously sized rooms.
Located close to the action but on a quiet side street, the Pand Hotel offers a comfortable and convenient base for your stay in Bruges. Take a short walk to the nearby shops and restaurants, or enjoy a drink at the hotel lounge.
Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
Spend a few hours with a guide exploring Bruges’ historical highlights, where you’ll see artwork by Michelangelo, Gothic cathedrals and a towering belfry. Then, spend an hour cruising the postcard-worthy canals and see step-gabled houses and stone bridges.
Explore the windswept beaches, flat green meadows and reed-lined streams and canals along Belgium’s coast. Your local guide will lead you along a series of paved bike paths through the countryside, seaside resort towns and small, authentic villages.
Explore Antwerp’s legendary Diamond Quarter, a stopover for 86% of the world’s legal raw diamonds, on this three-hour walking tour. Your guide will take you to a workshop where you can watch the gemstones be cut, shaped and polished.
See a world-renowned altarpiece, a bird’s-eye view of the city, a medieval castle and lively market squares on a walking tour of Ghent. Then explore the city’s waterways on a boat tour of the canals, where you’ll be served local delicacies and Belgian beer.
See one of Belgium’s most singular cultural traditions. At Oostduinkerke, you can watch fishermen farm shrimp atop sturdy Brabant draft horses. You’ll then get to try the shrimp during a beachfront cookout.
See the fields where soldiers fought on the front lines during World War I on this full-day trip around Flanders with a private guide and driver. You’ll see a preserved trench, burial grounds, museums and memorials.