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Europ Hotel
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Reviewed 12 November 2011

This is a small family run hotel just a few minutes walk from the Centrum. Located on a beautiful quiet canal, but close to everything. The hotel has a lift and is clean and cozy. My room was modern with TV, comfy bed, nice bathroom with marble shower. Hotel also has wifi for a fee. Great breakfast with rolls, jam, cereal, fresh fruit, coffee, juice, cheese, meats, etc.
Staff is friendly and all speak English well.

Room Tip: If you want a beautiful view, ask for canal facing, cost more but worth it
  • Stayed: November 2011, travelled solo
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1  Thank Kman773
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Reviewed 8 November 2011

excelent position near centre of Bruges, 5 minutes walk to the main square, right on a canal. Pleasant reception, but the standard room was rank. Had to pay 68 Euros for an upgrade to a roomat the front. Superb! Two double beds, fantastic en-suite, what a differnce. Continental breakfast included, not much selection,., settled for coffee and breadrolls, with butter but no conserve. It wasOK for one night but wouldnt have liked to stay any longer

Room Tip: try another hotel unless you want to pay extra
  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank cabbieEastYorks
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Reviewed 2 November 2011

I found and booked this hotel at the last minute and there wasn't much available in Bruges.

I read the reviews here after booking, so I was a little apprehensive.

Upon arrival, I was pleasantly surprised to find that some of the more scathing reviews were inaccurate.

The hotel is well situated in a quiet part of town. It is a nice location, overlooking the canal.

Staff were helpful and friendly.

The room was clean and comfortable and breakfast was good.

Having viewed the hotel's website, I took their advice of using a local car park. Unfortunately, we arrived on Saturday lunchtime and the car park was full and turning people away. We drove to the hotel and enquired about parking. The receptionist directed us to a car park about 100 metres away which only cost €10 for 24 hours, so was even cheaper than suggested on their 'site.

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled as a couple
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5  Thank daveo138
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Reviewed 10 October 2011

Twitchy the Wonder Bunny, a pink and blue globe trotting bunny gives this hotel 3 out of 5 carrots. The rooms were nicely appointed, but you should be prepared for two twin beds in the double occupancy room. The beds were not very comfortable. Room rate included a complimentary breakfast buffet which was a very good selection of meats, cheeses, croissants, and rolls as well as cereal and yogurt. The dining room is very cramped.The staff did not make a bad impression but they did not make a good one either.

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 13 September 2011

Stayed here 6-9/9/11 and had been warned about it through this site. I had booked it as a Eurostar package from London and it was the only 3 star hotel available at the last minute. Our room 45 looked over the side street. The pluses are it was very quiet, the breakfast was quite good even if the dining room was cramped, and the bathroom was a reasonable size-they also had BBC world on the TV and everything seemed to be in English with subtitles on the other channels so we could watch a lot of it. Another plus was the location -literally right in the middle of Bruges. The guy on reception was OK with us (I was expecting him to be rude-he wasn't, just not overly friendly). The blond lady on reception was very helpful and pleasant even suggesting we share a cab back to the station with another guest when we were leaving (it was raining-again!!) he was alone and had already booked a cab and agreed to share with us to lessen the cost (it turned out to be only 8euro so it was only just more expensive than the bus from the main square at (2europp). She gave us tips about various things and was overall very good in that job. The minuses were the room was very dated. The furniture dated from at least the seventies. The leather chairs were virtually vintage in their distressed state. The bed coverings were dreadful and even though I pulled them off and put them away in the cupboard they were found and dragged out every day by the cleaner! My companion had ripped sheets the first night-we reported it and they were changed. I had a towel on the last day with a big hole in it literally from wear. There is nowhere to put your soap/shampoo when using the shower as there is no shelf in the shower recess so it ends up on the floor. The carpet seemed fairly new and the walls recently painted if a little dull (grey?????) in a country that has this much rain a bad colour choice throughout the hotel. All in all a reasonable hotel although overpriced for the standard of fittings. The rooms facing the front are much better (I saw them being cleaned- but you would need to book in advance and pay more-some had two double beds in them)
I think we overpaid but I blame the agent in the UK not the hotel.

Room Tip: All the rooms are quiet so if you want a good standard ask for a room facing the canal.
  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled with friends
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1  Thank Robsurmer
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