We went to the Orangerie for afternoon tea on a Saturday afternoon as a treat during our honeymoon. Having tea on the terrace is a wonderful experience, although the people queuing for boat rides can be a bit off putting. Scones, jam, tea in silver tea pots, little patisseries,extra tea when you need it....wow. And the scones are amazing, melt in your mouth creations. recommended as a special treat.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- De Orangerie Hotel is located right on the most picturesque canal of medieval Bruges in the very heart of the city centre. This small XV century monastery of the Sisters Karthuizerinnen has been converted into a wonderful "boutique hotel", furnished with exclusive fabrics (Braquenié, Pierre Frey, Bennison, Ralph Lauren), antiques, and objets d'art.All of the 20 graciously proportioned bedrooms have been individually decorated with antiques, and offer all the modern comfort that the discerning traveller expects. In the elegant lounge along the canal, guests can relax by the open fire, in comfortable sofas while going through the available art books and international magazines, and enjoying a drink which is served round the clock. The winter garden lounge with its views on the “trompe l’oeil” Italian gardens is a haven of rest and tranquillity in fresh white and light-greyish colours. It is recommended to enjoy the typical English “Afternoon Tea” or an aperitif either on the waterfront terrace or in the cozy lounge. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Martins Orangerie Bruges
- Martins Orangerie Hotel Bruges