The Pand Hotel , the eternal charm of Flemish luxury
The city of Bruges is a beautiful place, filled with perfectly preserved medieval architecture and charming beyond all reason. The town has never been destroyed in wars, and its location on the sea trade routes between the Hanseatic cities and the south has always made it a good place to do business. The city is surrounded by the ancient canals of the medieval era, and there are still extensive watercourses running throughout the city center. And just a short walk from the beautiful centre of the town, stands the Pand Hotel, on a quiet street that leads to the Dijver canal, which curves round and passes by the foot of the majestic spire of the city’s Basilica. The intersection is called the Rozenhoedkaai, the “Quai of the Rosaries,” and it is one of the most photographed locations in Europe.
The Pand is a small luxury hotel, filled with exquisite furnishings and opulent decorations. From the moment you enter the facility, you will find yourself in an atmosphere of royal comfort and ease. The Pand Hotel is proud of its stylish look and old world elegance, and it provides its clientele with the classic luxury services of European tradition. The Pand Hotel offers Master and Junior Suites, as well as several Charming Plus and Charming rooms, offering a total of 26 suites of varying designs. The Concierge will gladly assist you in creating bespoke tours of the city. Within The Pand Hotel, the lavish appointments of the bar and patio will always be available, and the guests have at their service a gloriously warm and well-stocked library.
In addition to its position as a site of the most beautifully preserved medieval architecture in Europe, Bruges offers bespoke travellers fabulous strolling itineraries. The compact old city remains vital and lively, and the surrounding metro area is a busting commercial landscape. When you enjoy your walks through Bruges, you can begin and end your journey at the Belfort, the gigantic bell tower that stands near the Markt, the city’s central square, which still offers open-air stalls during most of the year.
Lace making became a local industry in the 1600’s, and the city’s vendors can still sell you some of the most elaborate weavings in the world. Like any good Belgian city, Bruges also stands as an example of chocolate manufacture, and the town’s central boasts a museum dedicated to the history of the sweet stuff. The Pand Hotel will gladly provide guidance and recommendations for your itinerary.
Bruges is famous for its cuisine, and the city hosts several culinary festivals. The Pand Hotel serves its clientele with luxurious comfort in such a cozy and delightful setting.