Ideally situated for exploring Bruges.
A very warm welcome awaits you at the Hotel Jacobs Brugge, a charming three-star hotel ideally situated for exploring Bruges, one of the loveliest towns in Belgium. A Unesco World Heritage site, our city combines medieval architecture and canals to earn its name as the Venice of the North.
The Jacobs Hotel Brugge is housed in one of the typical stepped-gable buildings that give Bruges its fairy-tale atmosphere, and is near the Langerei, one of the picturesque canals that once transported cargo for the medieval textile industry. Look around the Lace Centre, the Folklore Museum and the St. Gillis and St. Anna churches nearby or stroll on to the Belfry Tower and the famous Grote Market.
Non-smoking rooms, Bar/lounge (selection of Belgian beers and liquors), Lobby with 60-inch flat-screen TV, home cinema set (DVDs available) and library, Complementary Wi-Fi in rooms and public places, Lift, Reception. Pets are not accepted.
Bruges is a compact city. The use of motor vehicles in the historic inner city is not recommended and street parking above ground is limited in time to a maximum of 4 hours in the Blue Zone and to 2 hours in the Pay&Display Zones. Paid parking in the paid parking zones applies every day, also on Sundays and public holidays. From 16/2/2017 paid car parking will be applicable everywhere in the city centre, from 9.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. You can easily park your car in one of the underground car parks, which is usually less expensive.
The most inexpensive and largest car park is next to the railway station: you pay € 3.50 a day, bus transfer with De Lijn to and from the city centre for 4 passengers included. The bus connects the railway station and the centre every five minutes.
The Park and Ride areas are situated right outside of the city centre. Here you can park your car for free and for longer duration. The city centre is a stone’s throw away on foot or by bus.
Complementary high-speed Wi-Fi Internet access in all rooms and public places