Hotel De Tuilerieen Bruges isn elegant patrician house from the 15th century has been transformed into a luxurious, contemporary hotel.
Between 1578 and 1584, Juan Perez de Malvenda kept the relic of The Holy Blood safely on the premises of the hotel. (You can still see this in the Basilica of the Holy Blood at De Burg)
Hotel De Tuilerieën counts 45 unique rooms. All rooms combine modern comfort with authentic charm. They all have free Wifi access, Flat screen TV’s, air conditioning, coffee making facilities.
The enthralling location along the most beautiful canals of Bruges “Den Dijver” ( also called ‘Holy Water’ and one of the oldest canals in the city) immediately immerses you in the enchanting atmosphere of the historic city.
The hotel is ideally located at just 50 m from the celebrated market square. The hotel has a bar & lounge, private car park, indoor swimming pool, sauna, terrace, as well as a meeting room. Each morning you can enjoy a lovely breakfast.
We offer our hotel guests a delicious breakfast buffet every morning for € 29.00 per person. Breakfast is served from 8am to 10.30am. There is also a possibility to have breakfast in your room.
Our cozy bar is open every day from 12 PM to 11 PM. Drop by to enjoy our wide range of beers, our collection of fine whiskey and Gins with matching garnish.
Our hotel also features a lounge, where you can enjoy your newspaper or read a book
Pool – Sauna – Infrared Sauna
Indoor swimming pool, sauna and infra red sauna are accessible during your stay. The wellness complex is open every day from 7 am till 10 pm.
Hotel De Tuilerieën also has a calm and quiet patio, where you can enjoy the sun and a drink.
Hotel De Tuilerieën has one meeting room, called Jan Van Eyck. The room with a historical character offers you all modern comfort and natural daylight. During the cold months, you can enjoy the open fireplace during your meeting.
Known as the Venice of the North, Bruges is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. The UNESCO was quite right, in 2000, to put the entire historical city center on the World Heritage list.
Walking along the maze of winding cobbled alleys and romantic canals, you imagine yourself in medieval times. The wealth of museums presents a striking image of this city’s turbulent history.
Bruges is also home to contemporary culture, such as the new Concert Hall, which is one of the most prominent music complexes in Flanders.
A wonderful winter experience – that’s what Winter Glow is all about.
A winter festival packed with fascinating experiences, sparkle-filled special moments including a new Light trail, ice skating with unique decor on the Minnewater (Lake of love), a cosy winter bar, three Christmas markets, shopping fun during the many shopping days and a lovely walking trail to wander through the historic centre with its beautiful atmospheric lighting and Christmas decorations.
Winter Glow will wrap you in its embrace and warm you up. In other words, there are more than enough reasons to stay in Bruges overnight and experience wintry Bruges at its most beautiful.