|Dating back to 1400, the hotel die swaene overlooks a picturesque canal in brugge city centre, two kilometres from the train station. This three floor hotel features 30 guestrooms, all of which feature quilted fabrics and antique style dark wood furniture, and include satellite television, direct dial phones, minibars, and internet connections. Bathrooms come with shower/tub combinations, makeup mirrors, hair dryers, toiletries, and bathrobes.
guests can enjoy afternoon tea on the terrace of the pergola kaffee while watching the boats drift along the canal. Alternatively, the meeting room of the guild of tailors dates back to 1779 and offers a range of drinks and specialises in cognacs. The storie is a vaulted restaurant with 14th century columns, which specialises in fish dishes and flemish cuisine. Business services include conference rooms, secretarial services, and banquet facilities. Onsite parking costs approximately 12 eur per night. Guests can browse the gift shop for souvenirs, unwind in the sauna, or swim a few lengths of the outdoor pool. The concierge can provide information on local attractions and the hotel offers a guided walking tour every week day. The hotel is centrally located 100 metres from brugge town hall 200 metres from the famous gruuthuse palace and museum. Brussels airport 80 kilometres away, around 60 minutes by car.