Looking for a place to stay in Bruges? Then look no further than Hans Memling Hotel, a quiet hotel that brings the best of Bruges to your doorstep.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hans Memling Hotel offers guests free internet access.
Plus, Hans Memling Hotel offers breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day.
Nearby landmarks such as Burg Square (0.2 mi) and Stadhuis (0.2 mi) make Hans Memling Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Bruges.
If you’re looking for an Italian restaurant, consider a visit to Bocca, Sale e Pepe, or Carlito's Restaurant, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Hans Memling Hotel.
If you are interested in exploring Bruges, check out one of the historic sites, such as Historic Centre of Brugge, Basilica of the Holy Blood, and Beguinage (Begijnhof).
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hans Memling Hotel as you experience everything Bruges has to offer.
Not at all like website, great location and entrance that's where it ends. Ok breakfast hot food always cold chipped crockery and glasses. Carpet filthy, same bathroom,pillows should go in bin. Room never cleaned bed just made.Towels grey not white. We opened window and it fell of hinges reported to staff who showed no interest. Renovations happening which we were not told about. Over prices and staff are smiley but don't care.
I was worried about this hotel which was booked by a friend after reading the reviews but was pleasantly surprised! Luckily we had a refurbished room in the attic which slept 4 of us. It was fresh, clean and had a brand new bathroom. We didn't eat breakfast as there are plenty of lovely cafes nearby.The staff were friendly and helpful. The best thing about this hotel is the location as it is so close to the main square and market.
Stayed here for 4 nights. 2 mins away from the market. Perfect location, good few bars around, some night shops. We got an email regarding construction, so at least we knew before we arrived. The staff at reception were lovely. The lift is very very small. When you get off at the second floor it was like a construction site, you need to try find the light switch for the hallway. The room was compact, old furniture (wobbly legs). Some broken tiles in the bathroom. The bed was fairly ok. You can hear EVERYTHING in the room above (everything they say) floors are very creaky - no matter where you walk on it. The shower pressure is very poor, would take about an hour to wash my hair! Walked in the tiles in the bathroom and it went down. Hopefully when the construction/refurbishment is done, it will be a hotel you would want to go back to. …
The only good things about the hotel are the central location and the look of hte breakfast room. Our shower either dribbled hot water or blasted cold, which caused a flood since the screen wasn't properly sealed. The mattress was much too soft, giving me a painful back and the pillows too hard. The ceiliing tiles were stained, probably because of similar problems on the third floor. There was rarely anyone on reception. By the time I found someone tpo complain to, I was told it was too late (second day of three) to change the rooom. Bruges is a beautiful city so the hotel didn't spoil our trip.
Me and my partner booked this hotel for a one night stay to see the Xmas markets. We booked the hotel and several hours later were sent another eMail to advise that there were some minor building works going on at the the hotel. Ok, we thought; should not be a problem for one night. As we arrived at the hotel we could see scaffolding. Not a problem. We booked in and were given a room on the first floor. We took a 3' x 3' elevator up as instructed by the receptionist, somewhat a tight fit with bags. As we exited the lift we were greeted to a view of the other half of the hotel, a building site. Guess they forgot to mention the building works were so extensive. The receptionist was a very bright and helpful young lady. The room was a little cold so we checked the one small radiator under one of the two very large windows only to find it was on full but still very little heat coming from it. No spare blankets either. The bathroom, while appointed well had several badly cracked tiles filled in with corking and were stone cold. No pun intended. We put the towels on the floor to stop our feet from freezing up. When we turned on the sink hot water we got a luke warm trickle. As for the radiator in there, it did not work at all. The bed was very comfortable but the very poor excuse for pillow were so lumpy and small we used a pair of chair cusions. Also it should be noted that there is no kettle or facilities to make a hot drink in the room. We decided to go down the stairs the next morning and got stabbed in the hand by two protruding nail heads sticking out of the makeshift bannister. Given the price of this hotel we were very disappointed. Good points: Very nice staff and a very comfortable bed.…
We have just stayed at Hans Memling for a couple of nights. We knew they are in the middle of renovating. To be honest it didn't really affect our stay much at all, our room is yet to be renovated but it was comfortable and clean. We weren't disturbed by the builders too much. The rooms that they were working on looked fab, it'll be great when it is done. The only negative was the outside noise from youths partying at nearby bars into the small hours but a good pair of ear plugs sorted that for our second night. Great position and when the refurb is finished worth a visit
Renovation as a tad disruptive however the WiFi remembered me, which was nice. Brad seemed to enjoy himself which was pleasing as he's a special little boy. Price is pretty cheap for the money leaving more money for dem waffles.
A little hard to write a review of a hotel that is going through a refurbishment as it clearly needs it, so sadly going to have to write the review based on the experience and not the future! The Hotel was just 300m from the Markt so was fantastic in that respect and seeing the Belfry from the rooms window (through the scaffolding) showed how central we were. Now the room would not have looked out of place in a late 70's movie, the mattress probably just as old as we rolled into the middle easily. The fridge and hairdryer did not work and the shower temperature was temperamental at best! The office block ceiling tiles and poor lighting didn't help! The carpet was dead and the sink cracked, however, hooray the TV had decent channels and subtitles! The staff were lovely, the breakfast pretty decent and the front end of the hotel was nice. BUT just a warning, try not to put too much weight on that outside banister going up the stairs, I wouldn't trust it!…
Let’s say you don’t mind mosquito corpses all over the walls and ceiling. How about construction noise? Inside the hotel, which is under renovation, and outside, where a building is being renovated. Guess what - you still pay the full price. And the hotel doesn’t warn you. It gets worse. Today we were given a room with a view of a pile of nasty dirty blankets with bugs crawling on them outside our window, and a heating/cooling system that according to front desk is broken. They told us the room is better, which is a lie. Their solution? To solicit 80 euros more so that we move into a family room. Tonight, we face the choice of sweating in our sleep because the room is hot, or having my child eaten by mosquitoes. Do not stay here! What an awful experience in such a beautiful city.…
Dirty room, poor facilities, dour decor, indifferent staff, bad food, tiny pillows, no towels or toilet paper in room upon arrival, noisy, overpriced. It’s the worst hotel I’ve stayed at in Bruges. Location is good, but then most hotels in Bruges have a good location as it’s a small city. Would not recommend. Would not stay again.