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The Pand Hotel

The Pand Hotel

Formerly an 18th-century carriage house, the Pand Hotel is now an intimate boutique hotel conveniently located just a block outside the main historic area. The location on a side street means the hotel is quiet but still close to the city’s sights. A short walk to the end of the street brings you right into the heart of the activity and gives you a superb view of the Dijver Canal and the stone structures lining its banks.

The hotel boasts two inviting lounges on the ground floor with the building’s original ceilings, an open fireplace, plush chairs and sofas and elegant chandeliers. This thoughtful design carries into the 25 rooms, each of which is decorated individually with a mix of antique furniture and contemporary designs.

Our rating: Medium

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There are 25 rooms and suites at the Pand Hotel, all unique in size, layout and decor. You’ll find a mix of antique furnishings with more modern touches such as four-poster beds, photos of historic Bruges and handwoven rugs. The suites are the biggest rooms and each boasts a separate seating area.

All rooms feature en suite bathrooms, air conditioning, Wi-Fi, minibars and cable TV.


The Pand Hotel is located in the middle of historic Bruges, but on a quiet side street so you can avoid most of the crowds and noise. It’s a five-minute walk to Market Square and the Church of Saint Magdalene and a 15-minute walk from the Lake of Love and Bruges begijnhof. It’s also a short walk to a wide variety of restaurants, shops and cafes, and an eight-minute walk to Bruges Central Station.

Food and drink

  • A buffet breakfast is served daily in the dining room or interior courtyard; á la carte egg options are also available.
  • There is a hotel bar and lounge offering drinks all day and evening with an extensive wine and whisky list.


  • An extra bed is available upon request in the Junior suite
  • The Master suite can accommodate four people

Facilities and activities

  • Laundry service
  • Interior courtyard for your use
  • 24-hour reception
  • On-site parking
  • Turndown service


The hotel offers an elevator to all floors, though the rooms are not wheelchair accessible due to the historic nature of the building.

Our opinion

We love this small and inviting boutique hotel for its unique character and warm and friendly service.

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