My wife Anne and I determined to go to Bruges in Belgium as well as see the Christmas markets.
We owned to Folkestone as well as caught the Network Tunnel then owned direct to Bruges from Calais. The road network was excellent.
We had set up to remain at the Hotel De Tuilerieen which forgets one of the most stunning canals in Bruges- Den Dyver. This luxury hotel in Bruges Belgium has its own parking area as well as having actually parked the auto we did not get in it again up until we left four days later.
The hotel was reputedly a luxurious hotel in Bruges Belgium and also it measured up to its track record.
The resort has forty five rooms of different qualities. The room was huge, wonderfully offered with antique home furnishings and a wooden floor-a throw over one of the chairs.
The resort served a sparkling wine morning meal in a wonderful dining-room and as we took a trip on foot around Bruges, which is a small city, we were able to partake in the alcohol at morning meal! The resort does not offer dinner but this was not a problem as Bruges has lots of quality restaurants consisting of some with Michelin celebrities.
The small lounge bar in this deluxe hotel in Bruges Belgium had a roaring log fire as well as it was relaxing to return to the Resort De Tuilerieen in the mid-day to take tea on the natural leather sofa before the fire.
The personnel were specialist and also most positive with any type of request being managed perfectly.
There is a tiny interior heated pool, sauna, steam bath as well as jacuzzi which we utilized at twelve o’clock at night after returning to the resort from dinner. Candles are plentiful around the hotel as well as there are white Xmas lights on the frontage of the hotel to invite you.
This is undoubtedly an unique resort in Bruges Belgium.
We can not wait to return.
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The hotel has forty five spaces of various grades. We were upgraded to an executive area overlooking the canal. The area was huge, perfectly provided with antique home furnishings as well as a wooden floor-a toss over one of the chairs.