Bryghia Hotel is located in the original "Domus Osterlingorum Brugae" or the "House of the Easterners", which has always played a very important role in the history of Bruges.
Building from the Middle Ages
Built in the Middle Ages between 1478 and 1481, the building housed the most important of four trading posts of the German Hanseatic League.
As conditions evolved, Bruges lost its prominent role as a trading city, resulting in merchants leaving the city around 1500. Only the coat of arms of the Holy Roman Empire above the entrance still refers to this rich past.
A new start
After centuries of unnoticed existence, the building was finally renovated in 1965 and transformed into the hotel that writes a new, fascinating chapter in the history of this property.
In 2018, the property and the hotel became the property of the Vanrenterghem family, who, as part of a long-term renovation over the next decade, want to bring back the luster of yesteryear to the hotel. So if you want to spend the night in Bruges in a building with a past and a future, you can't be anywhere better! Quickly discover our beautiful rooms.