“Our luxury guestroom will help make your Bruges city break luxuriously memorable”
Colourful, vibrant architecture is the perfect backdrop to the cafes, bistros and restaurants that line the streets – it’s no wonder the city centre is a UNESCO World Heritage site
Our one bedroom Apartment Odevaere is situated in Bruges’ most fashionable and picturesque area. Dating back to the Medieval times, you can see evidence of its past in the many churches and original buildings surrounding it.
The apartment itself is a delightful mix of traditional and modern. Whilst the furniture is traditional, with an antique writing desk and original beams, you’ll find touches like a Nespresso coffee machine and fast WiFi bring it very much into the 21st century. Every care has been taken by our award winning interior design team to provide an experience unlike any other you’ll find in Bruges – it’s the little touches that will make your stay so special.
Wake up in the comfortable double bed, take your coffee onto the terrace, and enjoy the views of Bruges laid out below. After that, you can stroll around the canals and Bruges shopping area, stopping for lunch at one of the many restaurants or cafes on your doorstep. With everything you could want from your Bruges stay within walking distance, this apartment is ideally located.
Join us in Apartment Odevaere, and let us make sure your stay in Bruges is a special one.
One of our top picks in Bruges. Located in the heart of Bruges opposite the Cathedral, close to the station and within walking distance of Bruges main attractions and shopping areas.
The modern rooms all feature linens by C & C Milano, designed by Natalie Haegeman and free Wi-Fi is available throughout the roomsl.
Close to everything what the city has to offer. Bruges is a great choice for travellers interested in walking,sightseeing and architecture.
This property is also rated for the best value in Bruges.
24 hours check-in
Laptop friendly workspace
Odevaere, Katelijnestraat 136 Bruges
– Gentpoort, One of Bruges’ four remaining city gates.
– Godshuis de Vos, Historic almshouse built in 1713.
– Minnewater, Known in English as the Lake of Love, the Minnewater harks back to Bruges’ medieval heyday.
– De Bron, very good vegetarian restaurant