Relais Bourgondisch Cruyce - Bruges

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Intimate Flemish townhouse in a picture-book setting

With its timbered facades, gabled roof and leaded windows, the waterfront setting of Relais Bourgondisch Cruyce is a picture. This undeniably romantic hotel piles on the charm before you’ve even stepped inside.

Come Here For...
  • Lashings of medieval magic. 
  • A fabulous Flemish find with a cosy, cool bar.
  • Location, location, location – it's only steps from all the sights.

Hit the spot
On a picture-postcard canal in the heart of Bruges.

There's a Salon de Thé where you can nibble on quiche, waffles and salads, or a lounge bar great for sampling the local beers. 

Good to know
It’s not cheap – but you’ll soon see why.

Essential info
Check in
Guest parking is available a few minutes away at EUR 25 per day. As the hotel is set on a narrow street, you’ll need to drop off your luggage first.
Wollestraat 41, Steennwersdijk, Bruges, Flemish Region, 8000, Belgium


16 rooms and suites.

Special features
Expect Ralph Lauren bed linen, marble bathrooms, antique furniture and flatscreen TVs. All but the Standards also have air conditioning.

Pillow Talk
Classic and Superior Classic rooms with their coveted canal views, small terrace and super kingsize beds are the pick of the bunch.

Eat & Drink

Dining in
Just a couple of minutes from Bourgondisch Cruyce is the restaurant Maria Van Bourgondie, owned by the hotel. Come here for excellent French-Flemish cuisine and relaxed hospitality.

House favourites include Flemish beef stew, flame-grilled double T-bone steak and eel in a fish sauce with herbs. You’ll also find the ubiquitous moules marinère and fries, and apple tart warmed with Calvados.

Served until 10:30. Start the day here with a champagne breakfast complete with Belgian waffles.

Room service
Drinks are available all day and breakfast can be taken in bed.


See & Do
Explore the winding cobbled streets of the World Heritage city of Bruges, dubbed the Venice of the North for its canal-laced centre. Take a boat ride along the canals to get a duck’s eye view of the city’s architectural beauty, or clip-clop through its narrow streets by horse and buggy.

There are scores of museums and galleries to visit, including the medieval church of Our Lady to the ancient town hall. Bruges is at its most atmospheric in winter, when its medieval buildings are wrapped in mist, and blazing fires offset the chilly weather.

Diary Dates
April- May
Inside Bruges is an interior design festival with a twist. This outdoor festival has florists, designers, carpenters and more scattered through Bruge’s medieval streets.



Enjoy three days of revelry in the market square in the Bruges Triple Days festival.