The Pand Hotel is located in the heart of historic Bruges
(Unesco World Heritage)

You will stay in a quiet side street of Bruges’ most photographed place: the Rozenhoedkaai.
Here you have a view of the canals (Dijver), the swans, the Belfry and the typical buildings of Bruges. You can also take a boat there and discover the city in unique fashion. 

Bruges’ main attractions are the Markt Square (at 350 m), with the 13th century Belfry, and Burg Square (at 250 m) with the gothic City Hall and the Basilica of the Holy Blood. Romantic souls stroll along the Lake of Love (at 1 km). The city has a rich religious heritage with numerous almshouses, chapels, churches, a beguinage and a cathedral. The Church of Our Lady (400 m) houses the white marble Madonna and Child by Michelangelo.

You will stay within walking distance of the most important museums of Bruges. A selection from the wide range on offer: the Groeninge Museum (at 300 m, focus on Flemish primitives and painting), the Gruuthuse Museum (at 350 m, city palace from the 15th century, focus on Bruges’ history) and the St. John’s Hospital (at 500 m, 12th century former hospital, focus on the painter Hans Memling).

Bruges has a very accessible array of shops. The two most important shopping streets are situated between the Market Square and the old city gates: Steenstraat (at 400 m) and Noordzandstraat (at 600 m). There is a wide range of culinary options: from cozy brasseries to award-winning gastronomic restaurants. Flavors from all over the world come together in Bruges.