Originally a manor house built in the 18th century, Hotel de Snippe in Bruges is located in the center of the city near notable museums and the famous canals. Bruges is also known as the Venice of Northern Europe and Hotel de Snippe was once the residence of the mayor. Elegant décor from the 18th century was beautifully restored by husband and wife team Luc and Francine Huysentruyt who now owns and operates the place.
Hotel de Snippe serves a refined cuisine in the spectacular winter garden. It is also possible to dine on the terrace during summer. Chef Luc Husentruyt’s subtle cuisine is rooted in the Flemish tradition but is also innovative and creative, infusing modern techniques and contemporary methods in his craft. Luc Huysentruyt is the President of Disciples d’Escoffier he is well known in the culinary scene in Belgium and prepares some of the finest haute cuisine in the area. Some of his signature dishes include the Browned asparagus with truffles, Anguilles au vert, and Lobsters with white Bruges beer.
An idyllic place to stay and dine far from the city lights and the bustling towns, Hotel de Snippe is an unforgettable experience for those looking for tranquility and peaceful meditation. While it is close to nature, Hotel de Snippe is not to far from historic sites, government buildings, museums, major shopping malls, major tourist attractions in Brugge, post office, tourism visitor center, conference center, and the bus terminal. Around the hotel de Snippe, there is also a gymnasium and a golf course in driving range.
The stylish rooms are designed for comfort and luxury, combining classic pieces and up-to-date amenities. Breakfast and lunch is offered in the room and there is also free newspaper delivery in the morning. Satellite TV, cable TV, local TV stations, minibar, modem dataport, electronic safe, coffee and tea facilities, radio, video player, and electronic keycard are provided.