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Hostel Europa

Assebroek, Bruges

Hostel Europa offers accommodation 1km from the city centre and is close to the train station. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Free private parking is available on site and free WiFi is featured in the shared areas. The main tourist attractions are all within a 20 minute walk. Super friendly and helpful staff. Really helpful with the things to do and, in my case, with my options to get to the train station with heavy luggage. The room was nice, you have to make your own bed but that's the way you know is clean, so that's a good thing. Good breakfast and nice facilities and common areas.

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Very Good
1,087 reviews

Snuffel Hostel

Bruges Historic Center, Bruges

Set 800 metres from the Market Square in Bruges, Snuffel Hostel is housed in a modern-style building with an interior garden and terrace. Free WiFi access is available. The hostel has a bar, where guests can try various types of Belgian beer. Excellent price quality ratio, spacious room, very nice bar with a wide selection of beers. Deapite the bar however it is not noisy and is perfectly fine also for small kids. Highly recommend!

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3,458 reviews

St Christopher's Inn Hostel at The Bauhaus

Bruges Historic Center, Bruges

This hostel is located in the centre of Bruges. St Christopher’s Inn offers free hiking tours and a 24-hour front desk. Market Square with the Belfry of Bruges is just a 13-minute walk.

Free city-maps are available. Bicycle rental and other activities like beer tasting events in the hostel's are offered. It was such a cool place, really pretty with a great pub downstairs. The location is super convenient, just a 5 minute walk from the main square.The bedroom itself was really nice, room was a part of a whole apartment with two other bed rooms which was really convenient as well. Everything was clean and stylish, the staff was nice and helpful to share some nice tips.The breakfast seemed nice as well, for only 5€ which is a good price for Brugge. We were very happy with the accommodation.

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Very Good
1,875 reviews

Hostel Lybeer Bruges

Bruges Historic Center, Bruges

Hostel Lybeer Bruges is located in the Historical Centre of Bruges. The accommodation offers

The dorm rooms at Hostel Lybeer Bruges feature hypo allergenic bedding and high quality beds. Each room has an individual design and a shared bathroom. They feature parquet flooring and free WiFi. Really nice place the building is incredibly cool! Bathroom are clean and modern. Location is perfect

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1,783 reviews

Hostel Lybeer Private Rooms just for two!

Bruges Historic Center, Bruges

Hostel Lybeer Private Rooms just for two! is located in the Historical Centre of Bruges. The accommodation offers newly renovated rooms, daily activities, and 19th century lounge room with a bar were guests can enjoy a drink. private room was very comfortable with a great renovated bathroom. excellent location.

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353 reviews

Charlie Rockets Youth Hostel

Bruges Historic Center, Bruges

Located in the centre of Bruges, 350 metres from Market Square, Charlie Rockets Youth Hostel offers functional accommodation, a bar and a restaurant. There is a 24-hour reception available.

The rooms come with shared bathroom facilities located in the corridor. Some have a wash basin. Best budget place in Brugge. Karel and his staff are nice, very friendly people.

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