on July 16, 2000
This was a sister hotel to the Ambassade Hotel we stayed in while in Amsterdam. While the lobby and dining areas were perfectly decorated with old-time charm, our room had a much more generic modern feel. This was quickly forgotten when we saw how large it was compared to the rest of our european hotel rooms.
The staff was amazing and helped us make the most of our short stay in Brugges recommending our restaurant for dinner and providing us with bikes to tour the town. A buffet breakfast was served in the spacious dining area consisting of the same thing we'd eaten for 7 days; boiled eggs, cereal, breads, luncheon meat and sliced cheese.
The hotel was perfectly located near the town square, shopping and restaurants so you can walk to everything. Just pay attention to where you are. I kept walking down side streets and into shops and ended up getting totally turned around and lost. It was very embarassing to have to ask a local where my hotel was located and how to get back to it.
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