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The 10 Best Hostels in Bruges, Belgium

Some of the best backpacker spots in Bruges

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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. Location, friendliness, tidiness

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8.5
Very Good
2,468 reviews

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. The girl at the recepcion is so friendly,outgoing and gentle. Also hotel is very clean, comfortable.

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8.1
Very Good
1,774 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. Everything, the cleanliness, facilities, big space. The free lockers. Presence of lifts. The breakfast was very good for a hostel.

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8.9
Excellent
4,816 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. The pub was a nice place to spend in the evening.

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8.1
Very Good
3,182 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. We stayed in a different building very close to the hostel building, where you actually have to do the check in, and that was a very comfortable and convenient building.

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8.1
Very Good
452 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. Location couldn't be better, right in the center. The atmosphere of the place is so nice, I wish I could stay longer. Really good beers and food. Outstanding customer service. Nice place to make new friends. Warm and cozy. Very nice decoration. Beds were very comfortable. I will defenitely go back.

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7.3
Good
1,384 reviews

Hostel Gran Kaffee Passage

Bruges Historic Center, Bruges

Offering a restaurant, Hostel Gran Kaffee Passage is located in Bruges. Free WiFi access is available. The accommodation is 450 metres from the Church of Our Lady.

Each room here offers a private entrance and shared bathroom facilities. Extras include bed linen. At Hostel Gran Kaffee Passage you will also find a bar. Comfy beds, clean, privacy, great location

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7.2
Good
457 reviews

Hostels – what are they?

Hostels offer so much more than a cheap place to stay – they're also a fun way to travel and meet like-minded people. Common areas like shared kitchens and game rooms give you the chance to swap tips, tricks, and travel stories with backpackers from all over the world.

Hostels have come a long way since the first youth hostel opened back in 1912. Nowadays there's something for everyone, from budget "crash pads" to 5-star "poshtels." Whether you'd prefer a bed in a shared dorm or your own private room, you'll see that most hostels are cheaper than local hotels – and a lot more fun, too!

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