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Velotel Bruges

Velotel Bruges

4 Stars

Handboogstraat 1 Brugge BE-8000


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Velotel Bruges Hotel exteriorVelotel Bruges FireplaceVelotel Bruges Fitness centreVelotel Bruges Lobby
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Rating criteria
Rating
Cleanliness 5
Facilities 4
Service 5
Location 4
Pricing 5
Overall 4.6
Velotel Bruges invites travellers to elegant accommodations set within a lush park and within close proximity to historic city landmarks in the Venice of the North. While on a Brugge holiday, visitors should not miss a stop at the 12th-century basilica of Holy Blood Basilica Chapel and a tour of the charming houses at The Beguinage. Tourists can discover 14th-century Brugge via the interactive Historium Brugge and later take in the view of the panoramic Minnewater.

Location
Velotel is situated a few kilometres north of the city centre of Brugge. During free time, holidaymakers can learn about chocolate production at Choco-Story or find local goods at Bruges Market Square.

Rooms
Each of the 120 non-smoking rooms and suites is equipped with air conditioning, mini bar, TV, safe deposit box and en suite bathroom. Suites come with dining and lounge areas.

Restaurant
Visitors at Bruges Velotel savour local and regional Brugge specialties at Brasserie Ter Poele on site. After a long day, patrons can sample Brugse Zot beer at Tapasbar.

General
Velotel Bruges has a function space ideal for art exhibits. The hotel also provides conference facilities, laundry/dry cleaning services, copy facilities, parking and Wi-Fi access throughout the property. For on-site recreation, guests can work out at the fitness centre or unwind in the sauna.

Additional Information

  • 3 km to the Train Station (Brugge)

Hotel Facilities

  • Baby Sitting Service
  • Conference Facilities
  • Faxing Facilities
  • Internet Access - Wireless
  • Lift / Elevator
  • Photocopying Facilities
  • Room Service
  • Smoke Free Hotel
  • Banquet Facilities
  • Currency Exchange Services
  • Gym / Fitness Facilities
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Lobby
  • Reception
  • Safe Deposit Box
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Disabled Facilities
  • Internet Access - High Speed
  • Laundry Services
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Restaurant
  • Sauna

Room Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Hairdryer
  • Pay-per-view Movies
  • Telephone
  • Colour TV
  • Internet Access
  • Radio
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Mini Bar
  • Safe

Velotel Bruges Guest Reviews (21)


Velotel Bruges
3 out of 5

The front desk people were friendly. The room was clean. Location is not that great, too far from centre and the parking costs are extra. Saima was out of order.

Princes apple wrote on April 2, 2012


Velotel Bruges
1 out of 5

We have recently stayed at your hotel and were initially pleased but sadly by the end of our stay was very unhappy! It is NOT a 4 star hotel as claimed, on a par with Travel Lodge in the UK which at best are 2 star cheap stay-over hotels. Your Prices for 3 nights varied from £130-£400! So we shopped about for best deal on internet. There is no mention anywhere that its €9 a day parking irrespective of your car being in car park! We were only notified at the hotel reception. No tea or coffee making facilities in rooms (coffee in bar €4.50) I can honestly say in all the hundreds of hotels I’ve stayed….there has always been tea/coffee making facility in the rooms for free. Breakfast prices seemed to very depending who was asked? Initially told €14 then told €17…..decided not to eat breakfast in hotel as if you cant get the price right, what chance does the food have? Our complimentary mineral water in rooms was actually €4.50 a bottle! Strangely though, the same mineral water sold at reception was €2.50, why? Nowhere in the room does it say we have to pay for the water. Receptionist claimed there was…..we checked-there wasn’t. The first day we were there in the afternoon we went to the bar for a snack and was told the chef hadn’t turned up! Rudy went into the kitchen to make us something himself! The following day the Restaurant totally shut randomly without any notice, we booked an evening meal (Reindeer special), turned up at 7.30pm and bar and restaurant locked up! When we asked why? Was told, it’s not worth opening! I’m Sorry but that’s Not acceptable! A member of your staff (again, Rudy, who was very helpful throughout our visit), out of sheer embarrassment recommended a restaurant we could go to as the hotel was shut, and we were stood there like lemons in our best clothes and nowhere to go. You should give Rudy a promotion; he’s the only one who is bothered about customer satisfaction. The hotel is Miles from nowhere, generally unhelpful staff (except Rudy) and very disappointing.

Diners Club Yorkshire wrote on January 17, 2012


Velotel Bruges
3 out of 5

This hotel falls short of its 4* status in most areas except prices! It is a pleasant, out of town, modern hotel similar to the artist's impression shown, but in no way luxurious. It is clean, warm, comfortable but a bit impersonal . There is free WiFi and a sauna and gym . It is away from the city centre, not far from the hospital, in a quiet and ruralised location ( there is a field with sheep ). A discounted taxi service can be used . Bottled water left in the room is NOT complimentary, as you find when paying your bill, but complain if there was no indication. Minibar is also expensive to use . There were no tea/coffee making facilities, nor a pillow menu. Secure car parking charged for. ( Surely all these are to be expected in 4* accommodation? ). 'Facial' tissues in the bathroom were in fact loose leaf toilet tissue. The restaurant serves good food at a high price, but closed without notice while we were there. Even staff could not say why. Luckily we were directed to a local bistro round the corner which was excellent ( towards Centre, 2nd R at first roundabout ) Baristro le Staff. On the whole, it was good value accommodation, and we would use it again. The art work is interesting and brightens the place up.

julietlima wrote on January 16, 2012


Velotel Bruges
1 out of 5

Not a 4 star hotel! On a par with Travel lodge UK.Miles from anywhere, €9 car park a day....irrespective of you being parked there. complimentary bottle of water is actually €4:50 and NO tea and coffee facilities in room at all. Very expensive in hotel....although we booked a meal in resteraunt one evening only to turn up and find resteraunt/bar doors locked. When asked why? Told.....not worth opening! Disgraceful.......!

Diners Club Yorkshire wrote on January 15, 2012


Velotel Bruges
5 out of 5

The hotel was very comfortable and cozy. Breakfast was varied and a good dinner and excellent service. The center of Bruges can be reached by bus and walk to the bus stop is about 500 meters. The hotel staff advised route to stop and gave the Card. The location was quiet and comfortable countryside window, was reflected in the sheep pasture.

TaPiitu wrote on October 5, 2011


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall4.6 out of 5
Cleanliness5 out of 5
Facilities4 out of 5
Service5 out of 5
Location4 out of 5
Pricing5 out of 5

Velotel Bruges Guest Reviews

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3 out of 5

The front desk people were friendly. The room was clean. Location is not that great, too far from centre and the parking costs are extra. Saima was out of order.

Review by: Princes apple
Date stayed April 2, 2012

1 out of 5

We have recently stayed at your hotel and were initially pleased but sadly by the end of our stay was very unhappy! It is NOT a 4 star hotel as claimed, on a par with Travel Lodge in the UK which at best are 2 star cheap stay-over hotels. Your Prices for 3 nights varied from £130-£400! So we shopped about for best deal on internet. There is no mention anywhere that its €9 a day parking irrespective of your car being in car park! We were only notified at the hotel reception. No tea or coffee making facilities in rooms (coffee in bar €4.50) I can honestly say in all the hundreds of hotels I’ve stayed….there has always been tea/coffee making facility in the rooms for free. Breakfast prices seemed to very depending who was asked? Initially told €14 then told €17…..decided not to eat breakfast in hotel as if you cant get the price right, what chance does the food have? Our complimentary mineral water in rooms was actually €4.50 a bottle! Strangely though, the same mineral water sold at reception was €2.50, why? Nowhere in the room does it say we have to pay for the water. Receptionist claimed there was…..we checked-there wasn’t. The first day we were there in the afternoon we went to the bar for a snack and was told the chef hadn’t turned up! Rudy went into the kitchen to make us something himself! The following day the Restaurant totally shut randomly without any notice, we booked an evening meal (Reindeer special), turned up at 7.30pm and bar and restaurant locked up! When we asked why? Was told, it’s not worth opening! I’m Sorry but that’s Not acceptable! A member of your staff (again, Rudy, who was very helpful throughout our visit), out of sheer embarrassment recommended a restaurant we could go to as the hotel was shut, and we were stood there like lemons in our best clothes and nowhere to go. You should give Rudy a promotion; he’s the only one who is bothered about customer satisfaction. The hotel is Miles from nowhere, generally unhelpful staff (except Rudy) and very disappointing.

Review by: Diners Club Yorkshire
Date stayed January 17, 2012

3 out of 5

This hotel falls short of its 4* status in most areas except prices! It is a pleasant, out of town, modern hotel similar to the artist's impression shown, but in no way luxurious. It is clean, warm, comfortable but a bit impersonal . There is free WiFi and a sauna and gym . It is away from the city centre, not far from the hospital, in a quiet and ruralised location ( there is a field with sheep ). A discounted taxi service can be used . Bottled water left in the room is NOT complimentary, as you find when paying your bill, but complain if there was no indication. Minibar is also expensive to use . There were no tea/coffee making facilities, nor a pillow menu. Secure car parking charged for. ( Surely all these are to be expected in 4* accommodation? ). 'Facial' tissues in the bathroom were in fact loose leaf toilet tissue. The restaurant serves good food at a high price, but closed without notice while we were there. Even staff could not say why. Luckily we were directed to a local bistro round the corner which was excellent ( towards Centre, 2nd R at first roundabout ) Baristro le Staff. On the whole, it was good value accommodation, and we would use it again. The art work is interesting and brightens the place up.

Review by: julietlima
Date stayed January 16, 2012

1 out of 5

Not a 4 star hotel! On a par with Travel lodge UK.Miles from anywhere, €9 car park a day....irrespective of you being parked there. complimentary bottle of water is actually €4:50 and NO tea and coffee facilities in room at all. Very expensive in hotel....although we booked a meal in resteraunt one evening only to turn up and find resteraunt/bar doors locked. When asked why? Told.....not worth opening! Disgraceful.......!

Review by: Diners Club Yorkshire
Date stayed January 15, 2012

5 out of 5

The hotel was very comfortable and cozy. Breakfast was varied and a good dinner and excellent service. The center of Bruges can be reached by bus and walk to the bus stop is about 500 meters. The hotel staff advised route to stop and gave the Card. The location was quiet and comfortable countryside window, was reflected in the sheep pasture.

Review by: TaPiitu
Date stayed October 5, 2011

4 out of 5

at first, we got lost. we cant find the hotel. and we came on holiday so their are no people around to ask. and some people don't know the hotel. but when you find the hotel, the hotel itself is so beautiful. theres a farm, play grounds and gardens around it, it will relax you. people bikes around it. the facilities are great, they have a gym and sauna for free use, but the downside is, their is no tv in the room. but im ok with it, because wifi internet is accessible to the room.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed May 4, 2011

4.2 out of 5

Excellent Hotel! Although this hotel is a bit out of the heart of Brugge, they offer a taxi service from the hotel to the city centre for just 7Euro, which was very easy and affordable. Comfy beds, clean hotel, and great Tapas bar!

Review by: Ryan Rose
Date stayed March 8, 2011

3.8 out of 5

I thought the hotel was lovely. We didn't eat there as I thought the food was expensive. if I was going to criticise it would be the poor quality of the pillows. The should have been feather!

Review by: lynn march
Date stayed January 7, 2011

3.8 out of 5

This hotel is outside the Bruges ringroad and is thus not very convenient as public transport isnt that quick to the centre.It is situated by an industrial estate and so apart from the hotel there is very little else.No pubs restaurants etc. breakfast isnt included and at €17.50 is way overpriced parking is another €9.I wouldnt use this hotel again as there are many more closer to the centre of Bruges.

Review by: paul cousins
Date stayed August 21, 2009

3.8 out of 5

A bit remote but whyen driving the car up to a place called De Ezelspoort where a Parking of GB Supermarket is it is only 600 meters walking to the heart of town. Breakfast is good but when it is too busy things run out and are not replaced in time as the waiting staff hardly ever checks the supplies. This has to be done by the cooks which does not work too well. Ckeck in staff is very friendly and helpfull. I would stay here again.

Review by: Arie de Groot
Date stayed August 4, 2009

3 out of 5

It was an ok hotel. the location is good. the rooms are a bit small.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed April 24, 2009

4.2 out of 5

Hotel Reception staff extremely helpful in recommending places to visit and restaurants.

Review by: Geraldine Donald
Date stayed July 28, 2007

4.4 out of 5

Efficient, clean and stylish hotel with good value. A bit far from town but easy parking compensates largely. Friendly staff and we were happy to stay in your hotel.

Review by: Ronald Beys
Date stayed September 26, 2005

4.8 out of 5

We had a lovely stay in the hotel. We were with three adults (one 13 years old) and three children. The last minute price and the possibility that the two youngest children could sleep in a spare bad, made it possibible for us to come to Brugge. Otherwise it was far to expencive. All six of us enjoyed it immensly. Thank you.

Review by: Michael van muijden
Date stayed November 2, 2004

4.4 out of 5

Hotel located in a very quiet residential area, having breakfast you can even see cows. The hotel is very nice in it's nordic design and the breakfast buffet is really great and has a lot of varieties to offer. To get into town though, you need a car since it would be a 30 minutes walk to the city centre.

Review by: Bernard Terwei
Date stayed October 24, 2004

4.4 out of 5

Fantastic hotel, reasonable prices but on the outskirts of the city. Hotel has an arrangement with a local taxi company for a fixed prixed return fare to the city. Staff and facilities were fantastic. Overall a great hotel.

Review by: Luke Abercrombie
Date stayed September 30, 2004

3.8 out of 5

Very nice hotel and environmently friendly as well.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed August 9, 2004

4.8 out of 5

The hotel is very clean, coasy and modern. As the hotel location is not in the city center, this hotel is especially convenient for those, who travel by car (lots of parking places).

Review by: Reet Oorn
Date stayed April 21, 2004

4.2 out of 5

We stayed at the Scandic Hotel Brugge for a weekend and was great. Right from the moment we arrived staff at the front desk were extremely helpful. Is nice having sauna at end of the day and relaxing in the bar for a drink. Is only 5 minutes by taxi to middle of Brugge and is good as can get away from the cenre for the evening. Rooms are modern and the Double bed we had was very comfortable.

Review by: Greg Stewart
Date stayed February 17, 2004

4 out of 5

Fantastic service which includes a taxi service (10 Euro) that takes you to and from a restaurant downtown. 5 minutes away and tough to find - but the service and great rooms make up for the bad location.

Review by: lawrence norman
Date stayed January 27, 2004

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Velotel Bruges Hotel exterior
Hotel Exterior
Velotel Bruges Fireplace
Fireplace
Velotel Bruges Lobby
Lobby
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Velotel Bruges Hotel exterior
Hotel Exterior
Velotel Bruges Fitness centre
Fitness Centre
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Room
Velotel Bruges Sauna
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